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Coens=masters of great endings

A Serious Man, Barton Fink and NCfOM stand out in particular.
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Cinema Paradiso.
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The Usual Suspects!

Schindler's list as mentioned before and Saw (like a lot of their endings, but part 1 was spectacular).

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Fight Club, Se7en, Identity and Lucky Number Slevin.

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Fight club, the princess pride, nothing hill, the usual suspects, charade and some like it hot

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Blade Runner (director's cut).
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Re: Favorite movie endings

Definetly Boogie nights (censured in youtube):



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Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows Part II

It's so cute seeing all the main characters as adults with their kids. Always makes me cry.
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Toy Story 3.

Best ending to anything ever.
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Rosemary's baby, Silence of the lambs, Seven.
Usual suspects - my absolute favourite.
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se7en

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The Departed.

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Inception. The Matrix (1999). The Prestige. The Departed. The 6th sense. Fight Club. The Hurt Locker.

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