The most controversial movie endings of all time

The most controversial movie endings of all time

People watch movies to get entertained, but there are few movies which make so angry, disappointing or left people amazed at the end. These kinds of movies are mostly from Hollywood in the past, which leaves people in shock by giving a sad or unexpected ending to the story. And some people like this kind of dead ends while others feel disappointed anyway we cannot read everyone’s mind. These kinds of movies lead to debates and lead to controversial. Major spoilers lie along, apparently. Here is the list of that movie overtime.

The Hateful Eight (2015)

The Hateful Eight (2015)

A Quentin Tarantino film would not be a Quentin Tarantino film if it was not controversial, and when it arrives at QT’s filmography, his most contentious movie is without a suspicion Hateful Eight.

Titanic (1997)

Sure, Titanic is still the additional highest-grossing film of all-time, but those many of dollars could not save the movie from the enormous scrutiny of internet nitpickers.

The Mist (2007)

The conclusion of The Mist is one of the bleakest endings ever put to movie, or as Haleigh Foutch of Collider put it, “The conclusion is often interpreted as a gut punch, I would say it is more of a kick in the balls—the worst pain you have ever felt varied with curdling nausea.”

Watchmen (2009)

Even though Alan Moore’s Watchmen is widely deemed the greatest graphic novel ever composed, it took quite a while to get a film adaptation up on the silver portray.

The Dark Knight Rises (2012)

Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy was a game-alter for superhero films, and its Joker-heavy second instalment was liked by every Batfan on the earth.

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982)

Directed by Nicholas Meyer, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan stars one of the unhappiest death scenes you will ever see in a sci-fi movie.

The Grey (2012)

When Liam Neeson enthusiasts went to check out The Grey, they totally anticipated seeing their boy throw down with a bunch of wolves. That is what the trailer pledged, after all.