There are films that are simply eye-dazzling, great stories with amazing endings. Then there are those that have you sitting there questioning why on earth you thought it was a good idea to waste two hours just to come to the realization that the ending was definitely not what you were expecting, or even worse: the most terrible movie ending to exist.
Feelings start to creep up, you wish you hadn’t spend your money’s worth on it, you want to sue the film company, shout at the director, etc. But if you hadn’t experienced what it truly was to watch a terrible movie then how will you ever learn to distinguish great ones and not so great ones?
I guess that’s the beauty of movie watching and some Redditors flat out told their own sad movie experiences and what they believe as the absolute worst endings ever.
Donnie Darko. Basically said what the f*ck throughout the entire movie, though.
Don’t get me started on f*cking Splice.
My favourite movie The Departed,
In the last fifteen minutes pretty much everyone dies. When the elevator opens on Leo, that was the point I shouted “WHAT THE F*CK!?” The first time watching it.
The Witch. The entire movie was f*cked up, but that ending was just….
I’ve never left a movie before where the ENTIRE audience is just silent and dumbfounded.
The original Night of the Living Dead. After all of that, he gets shot by the police force that was cleaning up after the zombies have gone away? VERIFY YOUR TARGET BEFORE FIRING, YOU TWAT!
The husband just accepts that she got away with ruining his life and takes her back in.
The movie was relatively normal and realistic and sh*t, and then….. they just literally fly off into a the sky in a car?? And everyone is just chill with that?
Planet of the Apes (2001). Mark Wahlberg goes back home only to find this one ape got back before him and CHANGED EVERYTHING. HOW? IT’S ONE APE. WHY IS THERE A STATUE OF AN APE-RAHAM LINCOLN?
The Sixth Sense. I just can’t believe that Bruce Willis was bald all along.