Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind film ending

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) film ending

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is a movie about two opposites who attract, break apart and opt to erase their memories together to move on. We watch these characters unknowingly struggle to find happiness following their memory erasing procedures. What is erased within the mind is found hidden in their heart. Our hearts never let go of love; they store these warm feelings forever.

True love is never easy to find. What happens if true love is realized as soon as your relationship ends? Joel (Jim Carrey) and Clementine (Kate Winslet) fall for one another, only to discover their personal flaws push each other away. As tragic as this love story appears, there is actually a happy ending to cheer viewers up.

Haven't watched Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind yet? Don't want the movie spoiled? Avoid reading this film ending spoiler and go watch this touching movie.

***Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind ending spoiler***

While driving down a residential road, Joel listens to a tape of Clementine discussing her true thoughts about Joe. She says he is boring and pathetic. It's the cold hard truth, which Joel obviously can't accept. He stops the car and rudely tells Clementine to get out. She leaves the car angry and upset. 

Clementine returns to visit Joel at his place. She listens to a taped session of Joel discussing what he really thinks of Clementine. On this tape, Joel shares his real thoughts on Clementine's hair. He tells her, in person, that he loves her hair. She thanks him for recognizing her hair. 

Joe is embarrassed this tape is playing, passively telling Clementine he intends to stop it. However, Clementine says it's only fair to insinuate she wants to continue listening to this tape since Joel heard hers playing on the car cassette player. She asks whether Joel has any whiskey to drink. 

Underestimating the scant amount of whiskey left in the bottle, Joe pours the remainder of its contents into a glass. He hands this glass to Clementine to drink. Clementine gets offended by Joel claiming all she does is sleep with guys and doesn't care if she hurts them. She denies she is this way, objecting to Joel's perception of her cold actions toward men. 

Joel denies Clementine is promiscuous. Nevertheless, Clementine is unable to keep listening to critique about her treatment of men and decides to leave. Joel follows Clementine to the door, where both say bye. She tells him "it was nice meeting you and all" and leaves. Joel can't bear the thought of losing Clementine again, so he decides to chase after her. 

In the hallway, Joel tells Clementine to wait. She challenges Joe, asking him what he wants. Joel requests Clementine to wait for awhile. She stares at his puppy dog look and breaks down.

Clementine says "okay" to confirm she will wait for Joel. Then face-to-face, Clementine warns Joel that she is a messed up girl who only cares about herself. In response to this warning, Joel also says "okay" to confirm he is also ready to take another step with Clementine. She lets out a nervous, emotional laugh to reveal her relief. The two laugh together, showing us this relationship is ready to start up again. 

Joel and Clementine run on a snowy beach. Their joyful laughter convey warmth and happiness. Running along, they playfully flick snow at each other. 

After multiple attempts to move past the past pain, Joel and Clementine find their true love is too powerful to ignore. 

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind film ends. 

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

American Mary Film Ending

American Mary is a horror thriller about a talented medical school student who is inspired to perform strange/weird modification surgeries in exchange for quick cash. She goes on this daunting path to pay bills. However, Mary is sexually assaulted at a physician party and takes this crime into her own hands to make a valuable statement.

American Mary ending is clear-cut, straight to the point. If you haven't watched American Mary yet, then beware reading the movie ending spoiler below.

***American Mary movie spoiler***

Mary walks up the stairs to her loft. Her cell phone rings, but she rejects this call. She enters her home. The phone rings again, and again. She finally answers this call, telling Beatress she knows she quit dancing and is no longer with the club. 

Beatress is injured on the ground. She suffered from stabbing wounds and physical blows to her face. She apologizes to Mary, telling her she didn't want to tell him. She warned Mary to watch out for Mr. RealGirl, the husband of Ruby. 

Mary performed modification surgery on Ruby, removing her areolas and closing her vagina shut. Mr. RealGirl is devastated, taking revenge for this surgery. 

All of a sudden, Mr. RealGirl stabs Mary in her gut. In a struggle, Mary turns this knife on Mr. RealGirl and kills him. 

We see a flashback of Mary walking past a mirror. On this mirror, there is a picture of Ruby with her husband Mr. RealGirl. 

Mary is profusely bleeding out. She crawls on the ground to her surgical space. Sad music plays.  

Mary finally reaches her suture kit. She lies on her back, beginning to sewing up her abdominal wound unassisted and without proper view. She is unable to properly seal this wound before fatally bleeding out and dieing in the process. 

Police arrive at her home. They find both Mr. RealGirl and Mary dead. One officer looks at a book showing Dr. Grant used a guinea pig for Mary's modification surgeries. They are mortified of this horrible act. 

Detective Dolor looks over to a bloody Mary dead. Blood consumes the floor. 

American Mary movie ends. 


The Boy Film Ending

The Boy is a horror about an American girl who accepts a nanny job in the U.K. Once she arrives at an extravagant home, she meets an old couple and their toy boy. She is responsible for taking care of this toy boy, conforming to all 10 rules written on paper to satisfy his needs.

The Boy film ending features a twist you won't expect. If you haven't watched The Boy movie, avoid reading the movie ending below. 

***The Boy Film Ending***

Blood drips on Cole's face. He awakens to a message written in blood, "Get Out." Cole gets all hysterical, wanting answers to who left these rats in his bag and wrote a bloody message. 

Greta enters the room. She is as shocked as Cole is. Cole assumes she has something to do with this threat. Malcolm hears this commotion from outside, quickly entering the home to help Greta.  

Cole orders Greta to hand over the doll (Brahms). She refuses to give him Brahms. Malcolm tells Cole to leave Greta alone. 

Tension escalates, as Cole then grabs the doll from Greta and smashes it against a hard surface. This toy boy breaks into many pieces. It appears the ashes of Brahms pour out. 

Greta is in shock to see Brahms broken. The lights begin to flicker. Noise radiates from the walls. Cole draws close to the mirror, telling Greta and Malcolm to be quiet and listen. 

All of a sudden, the glass mirror breaks. Cole falls backward. A masked man emerges out of the mirror. It is Brahms. He overpowers Cole, stabbing a spear/hook into his neck. Cole bleeds out.  

Greta and Malcolm run away from Brahms. We learn that Brahms never died as a child. He has been living in the walls the entire time, expecting his parents to care for the doll as it were real. 

Greta and Malcolm run upstairs. They lock the door. Brahms tries to unlock the doors, twisting and turning the doorknob like a deranged lunatic. Greta tells Malcolm to hurry up and lock the closet door. They reach just in time before Brahms can enter. 

Brahms is strong as an ox. He resembles Michael Myers. He is tall and strong like the Halloween killer. The two escape the room through the walls. They end in a room where Brahms has a doll dressed in a red dress and is wearing a necklace. These items were stolen in the bathroom, while Greta was taking a shower. 

Greta is angry. She finds a letter written by the Heelshire's. She realizes then that they knew Brahms was living inside the walls. In this letter, they tell Brahms he could have the girl. 

Brahms appears. They climb into the walls. On the verge of escaping the home, Malcolm tells Greta to leave without him. He wants to save her from this Mad Man. Brahms wrestles Malcolm to the ground. He crushes his head, remembering how he killed a young girl many years ago. 

Greta is devastated that Malcolm is possibly dead. She exits the vicinity. 

However, Greta enters the home from the front door. She sees Cole dead. Brahms is there waiting. She talks to Brahms like a child. She tells him he must go to bed. 

Greta puts Brahms in bed, pulling the covers over his body. He wants a kiss. She tells him no, he's been bad and must go to bed. Brahms throws a fit, pulling her back. Greta goes in for a goodnight kiss, but Brahms wants more and tries to French kiss her. 

Unexpectedly, Greta stabs Brahms with a knife. Both of them get into a fight. Brahms pins Greta against the wall, choking her until she becomes dizzy and hazy. She reaches down, pushing the knife further into his gut. He drops her, and then falls to the ground. 

Greta returns to Malcolm. She rescues him. They exit the Hilshire home. We see them drive off together, relieved to have escaped the psychotic Brahms. 

In the end, we see the Brahms doll reassembled. This doll consumes the screen, revealing Brahms didn't die from his stab wound. 

The Boy movie ends.  


Tuesday, January 26, 2016

The Revenant Film Ending

The Revenant (2015)
The Revenant stars Leonardo DiCaprio in an American epic adventure. As seen in marketing material, this film is based on a true story about Hugh Glass, a frontiersman who embarked on the American West. We watch a bear-mauling that leaves Hugh fighting for his life.

The Revenant film ending stretches the truth for enjoyment purposes. If you haven't watched The Revenant yet, then beware the movie ending will be spoiled below.

***The Revenant Ending***

Hugh and Captain Andrew Henry leave the Base to search for John, the traitor who left Hugh to die. Captain Henry is determined to apprehend John and bring him back to await trial. 

In the midpoint of this film, John murdered Hugh's son, Hawk. John deceived Bridger, telling him that Indians were drawing close. As a result of this lie, these two men leave Hugh to die in a shallow grave. Bridger didn't want to leave Hugh behind, but John manipulated him. 

Hugh and Captain Henry follow snow tracks. As a nature expert, Hugh inspects the snow tracks and senses John is close. Captain Henry wants to go in another direction, but Hugh is confident John is no further than a mile away. 

Hugh and Captain Henry travel up the mountain. Then, Hugh goes off into another direction to track John. Captain Henry and John collide. He tells John he will be taking him back to the Base to await trial for murder. John disagrees this will happen. Both men draw.

Hugh hears gunshots echo into the wilderness. He finds Captain Henry dead and scalped. Hugh plans to trick John. He props Captain Henry up with a large stick. He makes it seems as if he is leading from the front. 

John shoots at the first horse. He is sure he killed Hugh. When John approaches the horse to survey the body, he discovers it is Captain Henry. 

John quickly turns to the back horse, where Hugh pops out and shoots him. Wounded, John runs away from John. The two men get into a fight with knives and an ax. They beat each other to a bloody pulp. Hugh is stabbed in the leg. He axes John's fingers. 

John almost stabs Hugh in the face. Hugh turns the knife on John, stabbing him in his abdomen. John crawls to the bottom, near the cold stream. Hugh is on mission to kill John. 

Arikara Elder, his daughter, and Indians wait on their horses near the stream edge, on the opposite side.

John reminds Hugh that he came a long way to seek revenge and there is nothing he can do to bring back his boy. He remembers what the Sioux Indian tells him earlier on, that revenge is in the hands of God. 

Hugh pushes John into the stream. He watches on, as Arikara Elder pulls John out of the water and slices his neck. 

The Indians ride by John, where the daughter silently acknowledges him. Hugh treks up the hill. He sees a vision of his wife, as a sign that it is all over and a new journey is on the horizon. Hugh breaks the fourth wall, and then the movie ends. 

The Revenant movie ending.