Whenever this finally makes it to film, it will be considered a god tier ending.
music at the end makes it
it was about him being able to emotionally move on from the death of his parents and how he used batman as an escape it was a good concept but a horrible execution but it gave us great memes
Shiiiiit. Seeing that woman after watching him jam the gun in his mouth and hammer the trigger of the revolver was fucking phenomenal. Amazingly, people I saw it with the theater actually went out to the manager and demanded their money back because of the ending. I didn't even realize that people did that until watching The mist.
How do you figure?
It'd make no sense. He's still got some semblance of thought despite all that's gone on, and he'd set out to kill the thing, even if he died trying.
Childs on the otherhand, makes a lot more sense. Macready refuses to drink from the bottle he's holding because it's a molotov, but "childs" does because the thing hasn't gained a full understanding of human biology yet, and doesn't realize that'd cause an adverse reaction.
That and the whole 'framed in darkness", "no breath despite it being freezing", etc.
I loved the ending of Interstellar. One of the best stories of the last few years.
The last 5 or so minutes of this film is orgasmic. The fucking music when he throws the sword in the lake.
Both to be honest famalam.
Probably more referring to the saloon shit though. That image of the Judge dancing at the end of the book was one of the most horrifying things I've ever read.
Being a memenolanmovie aside, the ending was pretty cool
That wasn't really scary though. A lot of the violence in this book really just felt like a bloody drug filled haze. It's just one of those things that the group was doing. Wasn't it the kid that was smashing babies' skulls?
Even still the Judge stands out as the orchestrator of a lot of the shit that happens. Yeah the Glanton gang participated, and Glanton himself was a pretty fucked up individual, but most of them seemed to be just going along with everything.
Just the thought of a man being so fucking ruthless and insane, be completely unstoppable, is a little terrifying.
Oh I'm sure, but there are weirdos out there who haven't seen popular movies. I still haven't seen any Godfather film -- I mean, I already know what happens so spoiling them isn't a big deal for me, but still.
No, idiot. Jack was always elsewhere, but due to his own Shining and personal frustration, is quickly and easily seduced by the dark magic of the hotel.
Jack, in fact, was /not/ present in the anonymous photographs, nor was he or some twin/ancestor alive in the 20s; rather, the Overlook Itself claimed his soul, brazenly inserting his visage prominently into one of the photos, after the fact. Jack is undead in the ballroom, somewhere, or the hedge maze, another of the seedy happenings at the Overlook over the years, glimpsed by all.
The most romantic interpretation of the final shotl is that Jack has been successfully /subsumed/ into the mythology of the hotel as a fresh victim, and not out of some historical necessity. He did in fact kill on the grounds, after all.
I have never read the book and this is unnecessary to a valid interpretation of the film.
It was like an extended orgasm after getting the shit beat out of you for two hours.
>explaining the ending to a friend
"the thought of wiping out the mud-races with nuclear hellfire is so fucking awesome his whole crippled body becomes erect like a cock"
Mine is literally better though, because it is both a more romantic idea of chance, and also precisely because it /gainsays/ the other "false rhymes/fakes" (the Gradys, the typewriters, the two versions of the hedge seen in the film...)
See, here's why yours is dumb,
/even if/ in fact something of the kind was used and explained much more thoroughly in the novel, just for theoretical discussion. See, even if that were true, in the body of the rest of Kubrick's movie, we don't have a parallel caretaker except-oh-wait-in-the-course of writing this very post it's occuring to me that the missing Grady is possibly Jack's old twin and this just literally occurred to me as a separate possibility for the first time and I've gone cross-eyed.
I still prefer my original interpretation though.
How'd she get out the robot though, I don't understand how the third impact and human instrumentality thing worked.
That's because that woman had no business surviving and that she shows up at the end undermines the adversity the main characters endured throughout the movie. The entire ending can be described that way, but her character, one that ran into the mist as an emotional response rather than a calculated and deliberate act, was an exclamation point on a massive "FUCK YOU" ending for the main character.
The judge was the living embodiment of man's brutality. His sadism had no boundaries and no one was safe from him. Where ever he went children would go missing, it was also implied he might have been a pedophile.
I really do not know how a film would be able to capture what made the Judge so terrifying and interesting.
The Cohen brothers made Chigurh seem like an unstoppable monster in No Country for Old Men, so maybe they could do the same for the Judge.
Instrumentality is the planned forced evolution of the human race be breaking down each individual's sense of self via magic giant robot. When someone loses their sense of self, they become Tang. Shinji and Asuka were either strong enough emotionally via their bonds to their robots to resist being Tang'd or reconstitute their sense of self after being Tang'd.
How do people come back from being turned into lcl then? I remember the movie mentioning that everyone had a chance to come back.
Does that also include Gendo? I'm pretty sure he got eaten by 01 so i'm not quite sure about that.
Jacques Rivette claimed Hitchcock's Notorious was perfect, because it resolves the pathos of espionage, the logos of family, and the ethos of the love affair within five minutes.
No it was absolute shit.
>Look at this character, he's basically a fatherly figure, shows no interest in sex, help her heal her extremely deep seeded wounds
>You don't sound interested in my stories
>You're my first real friend
>Hey guys. Guys. What if. Guys What if this guy rapes her at the end edgy right x)))))))))
His penis wasn't even hard. Like I could get if he got himself all worked up in some giant heat that he was so fucking horned up he couldn't help but rape her, but his dick was completely flaccid, telling me he wasn't physically forced into raping by his extreme hormone levels, but he just wanted to rape a woman.
No the ending was shit. Quite possibly one of the worst endings I've ever seen. Edgy for the sake of being edgy. Fuck logic I need to be edgy.
>tfw you'll never go into full nuclear combat toe to toe with the russkis
>tfw you'll never have twelve wives to reproduce with and help bridge the mineshaft gap
>tfw you'll never meet again, don't know where, don't know when
Jdimsa tbqh familia
All these plebs forgetting about the GOAT.
>The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
>(500) Days of Summer
>Back to the Future
>The Talented Mr. Ripley
>The Dark Knight Rises (I'll fucking fight you)
>The Sixth Sense
>The Usual Suspects
>Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
I could probably cull it down more but those are all the ones that sprung into my head as I was typing.
Ok honest question, Why did Harlan Ellison spurge so hard about this ending? He seems to hold a grudge against L.Q. Jones for what I think is a pretty fucking hilarious one liner.
hateful 8 improved upon reservoir dogs in pretty much everyway, especially the ending.
>Sudden feels when Marquis accepts they will die in the cabin
>They hang Domergue while laughing
>That patriotic music when Mannix is reading the Lincoln letter
>'Huh. Ol' Mary Todd... That's a nice touch'
I loved it.
I got goosebumps during that part, shit was cash.
Not really that they were strong enough emotionally. Just that they were willing to accept the risk of negative emotions such as rejection, fear, denial, hatred, insecurity and so on to come back from tang world, cause they had a chance to experience positive emotions like love, happiness etc.
You can either stay in tang world where literally nothing happens. It's not personal paradise, you're just one of the whole and non-existent. A world where the concept of self doesn't exist as humanity exists as one entity.
OR you could come back from non-emotion world and roll the dice in reality, where you can experience both negative and positive emotions.
Scene of the year 2015. Every review talked about how fantastic the ending was to the point that I was expecting it to just be over-hyped, but fucking hell they were all right.
When you gotta go, you gotta go. I dont understand what was so scary about this ending? Also thought it was funny and laughed a little when she tripped over a rock and knocks herself out. lol
I'm here to remind you taht you can get Friday Night Lights in 720 web-DL from Rutracker.
that's my favorite movie overall
this ending though was fucking crazy, they actually went the dark route and it shocked me
I'm going through House M.D. second time myself.
It's pretty bad show, but when it gets down to personal drama like Wilson-House it's quite good
Why in the fuck are people gushing over that ending? Faggots like you and people in the comments of that video never cease to amaze me.
he recognizes its actually his wife because of the tattoowho fucking cares? Did you cry like the women in those youtube comments too?
Still a pretty good ending. I just posted this one because it doesn't get as much attention as the first's.
Well the original film for one, which ended with the feds coming to town to save the day
In that version everyone has been infected. In the entire world. Or at least that's the assumption
Justified. sorry for gay ass picture, didn't had one on my pc.
I don't like a lot about the last third of the movie (and by that I mean it was a total trainwreck from the second batman gets back to gotham), but I think they executed that whole thing very well, especially with alfred. A lot of it got lost in the noise, but it was there.
The point isn't necessarily historical accuracy, though there is an irony there, I suppose, in the point it was making about romanticism if it had to make it deliberately more depressing.
Still a gr8 movie though
>Eh, historically it isn't accurate
No film is historically accurate.
Films and real life are like fucking chalk and cheese.
Did you actually walk into a film set in the 1800s expecting historical accuracy?
Did you actually do that?
The ending of Hate
1) You have a tripcode so your opinion is automatically invalidated, out of hand. Still your thing is wrong and annoying enough to get me to reply.
2) Since a) films regularly diverge from their source texts and b) art is subjective, it logically follows that reasonable and legitimate interpretations of a fictional film can be made, without need to appeal to their source text, the moreso, the more different the two works are, though this is not essential to the above. Although cousins, a text and its adaptation are distinct from one another.
The Coen's best, right beside "And then I woke up"
>And it's a beautiful day
It's simple, Anon: Only Lucas-era is canon.
The Disney-era is not.
Also, if you like: even EU is non-canon.
So you can enjoy Episode I-VI as canon without any problem.
And / or you just say: Episode IV-VI are the original Star Wars, and Episode I-III are... well... "prequels".
my deep apologies dear anon
next time we'll seek your profound knowledge of literary criticism .I am glad that there are people like you who can help us ,plebians, to understand high literature .
these theories are retarded, there is no meaning behind it. its just supposed to be unsettling for its own sake, not some sort of proof that jack was a reincarnated spirit all along or actually a 200 year old troll who never ages or something retarded like that
>not the ending where they're driving happy in the mountains
i don't actually prefer that version, but since i know that footage exists it just makes the scene feel unfinished now if I see it without that part
This is what I got out of it. Not that it's some twist bullshit, but he was immortalized through the hotel and its dark energy. Since Danny could shine it's not a surprise that he probably got it from Jack. Jack committed bad acts in the hotel and the hotel is leaving behind a residual memento.
>people actually doubt he's a replicant
I prefer Barton Fink seeing the girl from the painting on the beach, or JK Simmons giving up on understanding what the hell Burn After Reading was about. Coens have pretty based endings.
Don't feel bad y'all. I almost forgot it, too.
>Ctrl+F Grapes of Wrath
>Ctrl+F Last of the Mohicans
For fucks sake /tv/ for fuck's sake
>you will never get a better season finale
>That feel good comfy feeling when he gets the girl
>That crushing regret both feel immediately afterwards
>Simon and Garfunkel comes on as the bus drives on
God fucking dammit
>tfw I finally know what that bit in Waynes World 2 was parodying
>emotional response rather than a calculated and deliberate
she was trying to get back to her kids you retard. She tried getting other people to go with her, then left on her own.
They knew it could end after every season so every season could be a series finale as well. The season 3 finale wraps it up perfectly and is probably one of the best episodes. If you are thinking about watching it, do it. It's the best show I've seen so far.
dude... that fucking show, man, I can't handle it
Definitely watch that asap. It's only 16 minutes long and it's just about the best movie of last year. Anomalisa looks fucking amazing too, but I haven't gotten the chance to see that yet.