The Most Shocking Endings In Movie History

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  • Published on:  Saturday, March 2, 2019
  • Seeing the characters we've spent a whole movie getting to know ride off into the sunset might be a great feeling, but sometimes a greater thrill can be found in a good shock. Luckily, there are plenty of writers and directors who are adept at leaving audiences utterly speechless as the credits roll. Massive spoilers ahead.
    Bryan Singer's neo-noir classic The Usual Suspects follows the interrogation of seemingly helpless Roger "Verbal" Kint, one of only two survivors of a devastating fire on a ship docked at the Port of Los Angeles. Kevin Spacey's character spins the detectives and viewers a long and twisted tale of drugs, deceit and death, explaining that everything comes back to a mysterious mob boss by the name of Keyser Söze. The twist? Kint was Keyser Söze all along, which the officers realize only a few moments too late. As Kint exits the police station and shuffles off down the street, his awkward gait starts to straighten out - and we realize we've been had.
    Watch the video for more about the most shocking endings in movie history.

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    The Usual Suspects | 0:19
    Inglourious Basterds | 0:59
    The Planet of the Apes | 1:51
    Orphan | 2:41
    The Empire Strikes Back | 3:22
    Seven | 4:09
    The Departed | 4:40
    Shutter Island | 5:24
    Into The Wild | 6:09
    The Perks of Being a Wallflower | 6:55
    The Mist | 7:41
    The Sixth Sense | 8:25
    The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas | 9:23
    Psycho | 10:03
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  • Looper


     7 months ago +599

    Which movie do you think is truly the most shocking ending of all time? It's somewhat difficult to measure because we know the twists now, but maybe Empire Strikes Back or Sixth Sense?

  • 47Mortuus


     6 hours ago +1


  • wolfo hunto

    wolfo hunto

     2 days ago

    where is oldboy at ?

  • 지훈


     3 days ago +1

    I remember everyone crying when the class was reading the ending of the boy in the striped pajamas when I was in middle school

  • Caraballo Miguel

    Caraballo Miguel

     3 days ago


  • Super Sophie 14

    Super Sophie 14

     3 days ago +1

    the boy in the striped pyjamas actually made me cry and I never cry at films lol

  • MufflerSponge


     4 days ago

    That second movie is a true story

  • Weedz


     4 days ago +1

    Infinity War deserves a spot on here. When I saw it in theaters I was speechless for an hour after

  • Deadshot2618


     7 days ago +1

    Lol where is Iron man?

  • Stranger Things

    Stranger Things

     7 days ago

    yea but have you seen Shrek

  • kingthe pringle

    kingthe pringle

     7 days ago

    What about Phelam 123? They fact that he actually shoots ryder is insane!

  • Shadow


     7 days ago

    the build up to into the wild is so sad cos of who he meets and what he realises

  • Able Magawitch

    Able Magawitch

     7 days ago

    What about the film 'The Passion of the Christ"? No one knew that end was coming.

  • Noel Fowell

    Noel Fowell

     14 days ago +1

    Saws twist ending is the best ever in film history

  • Specky Girl

    Specky Girl

     14 days ago

    I loved the boy in the striped pyjamas shmuel was so cute

  • Menjurus Men

    Menjurus Men

     14 days ago

    no mention on the first ever SAW movie? where jigsaw was there the whole time pretending as a corpse was genius.

  • Marcus Brown

    Marcus Brown

     14 days ago

    no its not the statue of liberty its mega made space balls

  • un kind

    un kind

     14 days ago

    the mist was upsetting

  • Poob Boi

    Poob Boi

     21 days ago

    So no ones going to talk about the one where the detective finds his pregnant wife’s head in a box?

  • Blade Bhagwan

    Blade Bhagwan

     21 days ago

    Squidward : Handsome Squidward :: Hitler : Brad Pitt