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Taxi Driver has the best ending due to it's artistic nature and the ending is open to many interpretations.

The scene looking down from above at the apartment will be a classic for 100 years.


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Breaking Bad.

Newhart

Casablanca

Patton

The Godfather

Doctor Strangelove

Dirty Harry

The Sixth Sense
 
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Breaking Bad.

Newhart

Casablanca

Patton

The Godfather

Doctor Strangelove

Dirty Harry

The Sixth Sense


Good list and I can't argue with any of those. I'll add
Mad Men.
I can't think of a better ending to the epic series.



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some of the ones already mentioned. And,

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
 
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The Last Days of Disco.

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Deliverance...



 
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This....and the original Planet of the Apes



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Angel and the Bad Man,
Tall in the Saddle
Iron Giant
Sound of music
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Good film noir has great endings. Although not well known I enjoyed Robert Mitchum and Jean Simmons in Angel Face. Treasure of the Sierra Madre is another great one.
 
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The Mist.


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I know this is going to sound dumb and immature but:

"A Dog's Purpose"

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I've agreed with so many offerings in this thread. I didn't expect to find this one though.

I'm quite fond of foreign movies. This one this year has probably claimed the top spot on my list. I even started a thread about it. As brutal as the last half hour of this movie is, the very ending was just perfect.



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Snow falling, the Southbend Shovel Slayer reunited with his family.

“Kevin!!! What did you do do to my room!!!”


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The end of Serenity, when Mal is telling River about the "first rule of flying."



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'Kaiser Soze' is always great

'The Good Liar' was a fantastic one also


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"Out of the Past" - 1947. Robert Mitchum and Jane Greer.


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There Will Be Blood


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Several that have been mentioned, one that has not:

Don't Look Now

Psychic thriller with Julie Christie and Donald Sutherland, set mainly in Venice.
 
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Speaking of Italy...




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