5 Best Movie Endings Of 2000s

There are two things that can happen after watching a movie. You can either think about pulling your hair out in frustration or be glad about an utter sense of relief that you didn’t waste your time watching a pathetic movie. Here, we are going to talk about the letter. Sometimes filmmakers can end up making movies that leave an indelible imprint on the mind of the audiences. Here are the 5 best movie endings of 2000s that made fans feel satisfied with their entertainment hours. Let’s take a look.

Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind (2004)

Joel and Clem are a few steps ahead of those who read Cosmopolitan for post-break-up tips. After a messy break-up, people try as hard as they can to forget the other person. However, the painful memories keep coming back. The duo here impulsively got each other erased from their memories with an experimental procedure. 

However, later, they regretted the decision and in the end, the couple was face to face. Even though they didn’t remember that they have been together, they were ready to give it another shot since they knew they have been in love before. The intense emotional truth, innovative storyline, and excellent camera work earned this classic a great reputation.

Inception (2010)

As the extractors started to incept a corporate hears mind, Reddit exploded with theories about the ending. Leonardo DiCaprio beautifully portrayed the role of Dom Cobb. Falsely framed for murder, the protagonist yearns to see his beloved kids. While the audience never got to know whether he was still dreaming or not, in the end, the reunion with his children was emotionally satisfying. The closure was that his mind was finally at peace even though the reality of the situation is still unclear.

There Will Be Blood (2007)

This movie is still a classic after so many years owing to the clever mind games it portrayed. Eli sold Plainview land for oil while denouncing his faith according to the stated condition. However, later, Plainview revealed that someone had already taken the oil from the land and how worthless it was. During a confrontation, he ended up killing Sunday shouting, “I’m finished!”

The Social Network (2010)

Hollywood is full of movies featuring teenage geniuses handling situations beyond their maturity level. In the end, the movie showed a rich and powerful protagonist refreshing the Facebook page of his ex-girlfriend. Even though he created a highly successful venture, there was a cost to his success that left fans in awe. 

Before Sunset (2004)

As we watch the characters of the highly unlikely sequel fall back in love, there was a ticking clock in the form of Jesse having to catch a plane. In the end, Jesse gets a little relaxed just before his flight and Celine says, “Baby, you’re gonna miss that plane.” What a melodious piece of music her words were! Is there anything more satisfying than seeing the two leads in a movie finally reunited in love?

It’s a known fact that releasing a great movie at the box office is no child’s play. However, when filmmakers let the audience rejoice with content at the end of the movie, they remember the ending fondly. Which one among these do you think is the most unforgettable of all? Let us know in the comments below.

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