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Lonesome Dove...... "Helluva vision"
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Golden is better then Jimbo... I feared it was true. He is going to hoist a crystal ball there - fsufsu
The Chief running off into the distance in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.
Ah, that's a real good one. I haven't watched that in a while.
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The fact that Kevin Spacey hangs out with communists makes him a shitty person in my book. For the record, I've yet to see a Spacey movie I've actually liked.
My favorites are listed already but Flight and End of watch both had great endings.
Yeah, I'm 19.
Silence of the Lambs
If you don't tear up in that, I don't know what you would for.... The stats on those "hospitals" and what happened to innocent people is staggering.
Did anyone else watch 'The Usual Suspects' again after this topic?
I'll put this ending up against The Usual Suspects any time.
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Aaron (Edward Norton) reveals the final twist in his case when he talks to Martin (Richard Gere) from his jail cell.
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Film Description: A high-profile slaying becomes the case of an ambitious attorney's career in this legal thriller based on the novel by William Diehl. Richard Gere stars as Martin Vail, a famed defense lawyer who volunteers his services to Aaron Stampler (Edward Norton), a Kentucky teenager charged with the murder of a Chicago archbishop. Covered with blood, Aaron was captured after a foot chase broadcast live on TV, making a gleeful Vail certain that he could raise his profile by defending the obviously guilty suspect. Assigned to prosecute is Assistant District Attorney Janet Venable (Laura Linney), who is Vail's ex-girlfriend. Vail's case becomes more complicated than he expected when a psychologist, Dr. Molly Arrington (Frances McDormand) concludes that Stampler suffers from multiple personality disorder. Vail also uncovers evidence that the archbishop was involved in a corrupt land scheme and may have molested young parishioners. Now the cynical, opportunistic attorney is faced with a daunting prospect, a client who may actually deserve his best defense. Its shocking, twist ending made Primal Fear (1996) a big box office hit and earned Norton, in his screen debut, an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor.
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agree with silenc eof lambs,7,pulp fiction,usual suspects and of course departed....add forrest gump
The Usual Suspects
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Usual suspects for sure, but nobody has said Rounders when Mike and KGB go at it.
This, I really like the end of 3:10 To Yuma as well
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The ending of the first Saw where the guy who's been laying there just gets up and walks off had my jaw on the floor for about a half hour. Maybe the fact they made 15 of them after that hurts it, but the ending of the first one I don't think anybody saw coming. Shawshank is epic too.
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I watched the usual suspects for the first time thanks to this thread. Thank you. Great movie
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Sophies Choice- stillhaunts me when I think of it.The movie is kind of slow but the ending is unbearable.Hopefully noone on this board will ever have to make a decision like that.
Yep. Not even close.
Sixth Sense had a nice twist at the end also. Because it was Shamalamadingdong's first movie, nobody saw it coming.
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Braveheart (tear in the eye when he yelled Freedom)
The 6th Sense
A Boy and His Dog.
The ending to American history x. Shit got real lol
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