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    Our hearts are filled with pride to know that Lagaan and Apur Sansar have been featured in Vulture’s 101 greatest endings in the movie history list. It has titles like Some Like It Hot, Korean film Mother and many more. Lagaan takes the 90th spot while Satyajit Ray’s Apur Sansar is on number 41. The format in which the list was formed was that the deciders went for one film per director so that everybody gets space. The article reads, “We prioritized a diversity of tone, origin, authorship, subject matter, and genre. And we were a bit flexible on what constituted an actual “ending”: a final shot, a final passage; it just had to come at the end of the film.” More importantly, they put together names based on the movie endings that stuck a chord with the members of Vulture’s staff. Ashutosh Gowariker Birthday Special: 11 Standout Scenes From Lagaan and...
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    California Prop 14 may change lives of sick kids, keep taxpayer funding of stem cell therapy research The Best Ramen in Every State I Can't Believe This Social Security Bonus Was So Easy Ad Microsoft Americans Are Obsessed With New Blanket That Puts You To Sleep In Minutes Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/11 SLIDES © Paramount Pictures It's not always easy to make a good movie. Far too often we flock to movie theaters for some film that reels (pun intended) us in with a solid premise, but doesn't quite follow through on execution. Sometimes a totally enjoyable flick keeps us on the edge of our seats until the very end...and then falls apart right before the closing credits. Here are a...
    Jonathan Lynn’s dark comedy Clue, inspired by the mystery-solving board game, is easily one of the best whodunits of the 20th century. Lynn and co-writer John Landis (director of The Blues Brothers and An American Werewolf in London) fool the audience with subtle tricks and twists, as six guests are invited to a New England mansion to get to the bottom of a nasty blackmail conspiracy. Their dirty laundry (war profiteering, adultery, political corruption) creates motives for six subsequent murders — Mr. Boddy, who arranged the meeting; a cook; a motorist; Yvette the maid; a cop; and a singing-telegram performer. But all the victims are also co-conspirators in the plot. There’s a lot to muck through in the fast-paced setup, but the film’s most ingenious twist is the three different endings, where the butler Wadsworth (Tim Curry) reveals three different answers to whodunit. Each ending was sent to different theaters...
    Leonardo DiCaprio in "Inception." Warner Bros. Nothing beats a great movie ending. Here we rank 33 of the all-time best. Find out where favorites like "Inception," "Avengers: Infinity War," and "Casablanca" end up on the list. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Movie endings can leave you with a sense of satisfaction or make you want to throw your chair at the screen. Every filmmaker strives for the former, and in some cases, they manage to pull off something that will be remembered forever. Whether it leaves you happy or sad, or has a visual or line of dialogue that just brings everything together, a movie ending can make or break how you feel about the story you just watched. From "Gone with the Wind" to "Avengers: Infinity War," here we rank 33 of the best movie endings of all time (spoilers galore, obviously).
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