I guess this ending makes sense, but it was still a surprise to most of us. I mean, there was no way one guy could have been everywhere at once, doing all that killing by himself. Of course he needed a steady sidekick.
Also, that mask is just unbelievably creepy.
A young Jake Gyllenhaal stars in this sci-fi thriller that fools the viewer again, taking us on a psychological rollercoaster ride where a man in a freaky rabbit costume is the one calling the shots.
The ending is basically the reason I have trust issues. Baby Gyllenhaal had me fooled the whole time.
Planet of the Apes
The 1968 version probably had the surprise ending of that generation. Creepy monkeys inhabiting a planet that turns out to be earth.
This is one of those movies that I hope will never actually be true but part of me thinks it could be…
Another magician movie that *surprises* us with a magical reveal at the end. If having Hugh Jackman and Christian Bale in the same movie doesn’t already have you convinced of the awesomeness of this film, then know that the ending will definitely have you hooked.
I have been fooled again by the slight of hand of magicians and this time I actually quite enjoyed it.
Will Smith steals the show again with this beautiful story of love, time and death. The ending will most likely have you crying as you find out something you kind of knew all along but were still surprised by.
The whole cast commits to a story that defines beauty and regret, shame and healing.