It’s a saturday night and you decide to watch a movie. You slouch on your sofa and watch the movie your friend has been suggesting from decades. After one and a half hours, the movie ends. Now one of the two things happens.
1. Either you enjoyed it.
2. Or you didn’t.
The other few times, it just leaves you hanging there. Tbh I love cliffhangers or open endings, but you know the process of watching a movie; you get attached to a character and you want an effing closure for them, which YOU DON’T GET!
So, here I list few movies I’ve watched which I thought ended kinda abrubtly, leaving me asking for more. Tell me if you could relate! 💛
Before we go
You can’t allow the person who you love, to determine how you love.
Once you have saved yourself from being distracted by Chris Evans’ gorgeous looks, you’ll acknowlege what a beautiful lesson the movie has to tell: Not every person we meet are meant to stay, and it’s okay.
Two strangers, Nick Vaughn and Brooke Dalton meets in Manhattan . While Nick is still going through the hardships that comes along with a broken heart, Brooke isn’t struggling any less to make her marriage work with her husband. In the midst of eveything, they witnessed a blooming attraction between them.
How the movie ends: Nick and Brooke after spending a quality time together part ways on a emotional note. As per the theme of the movie that was supposed to be it. Then what was with the hotel feedback form that Nick left with Brooke which said “Turn over“? What was written on other side of the receipt?
I guess we’ll never know. I can’t predict what it said, but how can one forget the smile that it brought on Brooke’s face. So maybe it’s something good or something she was looking forward to.
Pata hai, yaha se bohot door, galat sahi ke paar, ek maidan hai. Mai vaha milunga tujhe.
It’s a story about a budding artist Janardan aka Jordon; his struggle, his passion and his love.
We spend our lifetime finding love. When we find it, we’re not mature enough to keep it around, and finally when we become capable enough, love slips from our grip and we lose it again.
How the movie ends: The movie ends on a emotional note where Jordon is performing on stage contemplating the times spent with Heer.
And that was it. The end. I was curious about what happens to him later. Does the loss of Heer destroys him or he saves himself? Is he sober now? And plenty of other questions!
They didn’t even showed it clearly whether Heer died or survived the coma, but the union of Jordon and Heer (her soul) in the end scene prompted that she died. That particular scene was SO mesmerising and heartbreaking at the same time!
Ek mai aur ek tu
Maine dost se pyaar kiya, aur tumne dosti se pyaar.
Riana enters Rahul’s life at his lowest point. Rahul who wasn’t a very big fan of hers at the beginning slowly grew fond of her, BUT it was not until they got drunk married in LA ( A Ross- Rachel moment), did Rahul realized the intensity of his emotions. Unfortunately, Riana never felt the same way.
How the movie ends: Riana and Rahul divorced each other and continued being best friends. Rahul clearly mentioned how he’s still not over Riana and he’s hopeful that someday he’ll bring Riana in the chapel again. This time not drunk.
Riana once told Rahul how she wants him to be someone with whom she can discuss her heartbreaks.
I mean, don’t you think it’s wiser to choose a person who wouldn’t break her heart in the first place. I hope she gets this and say yes to Rahul.
Already tomorrow in Hong Kong
This is one of those movies which keeps you glued towards the end, and just when you’re expecting something huge to come around, the credit starts rolling!
Ruby felt attracted towards Josh on her first encounter with him. She totally lost her cool when she finds out that he’s committed and how he kept it to himself all this while, and on that note, she leaves.
After 2 years, destiny brings them together once again in the city of Hong Kong.
How the movie ends: As you proceed towards the end, you’ll see Ruby and Josh dancing to a song. It is that moment when they realize the spark between them, knowing it’s wrong, as not only Josh has a girlfriend even Ruby is now engaged to be married with someone.
In the last scene, they are seen sitting in a cab where they both has to make a decision; whether to remain tied to an unhappy relationship, or give themselves a chance.