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11th May '18 12:36:25 AM TheMountainKing
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* ''Film/AQuietPlace'' is a rare hopeful case. Evelyn sees through the surveillance monitors a bunch of the creatures are coming. However, she just learned the beasts can be killed, so her daughter puts in the sound system the sound that weakens them, and the movie ends just as [[BringIt Evelyn does a]] DramaticGunCock.

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* ''Film/AQuietPlace'' is a rare hopeful case. Evelyn sees through the surveillance monitors a bunch of the creatures are coming. However, [[spoiler: she just learned the beasts can be killed, so her daughter puts in the sound system gets ready to play the sound that weakens them, and the movie ends just as [[BringIt Evelyn does a]] DramaticGunCock.]]
11th May '18 12:34:33 AM TheMountainKing
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* ''WesternAnimation/TronUprising'' - Despite some [[AnyoneCanDie heavy losses]] and struggle, it's looking like Beck might just be getting a rebellion underway, but then [[TheManBehindTheMan Clu himself]] [[MoreDakka is seen leading an army of Recognizers, Light Jets, and tanks]] and closing in on Argon City. There has been no mention of Argon outside of this series and in January 2016 the third movie was canceled. Thus the Bolivian army ending to the storyline has a Bolivian army ending to the franchise.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TronUprising'' - Despite some [[AnyoneCanDie heavy losses]] and struggle, it's looking like Beck might just be getting a rebellion underway, but then [[TheManBehindTheMan Clu himself]] [[MoreDakka is seen leading an army of Recognizers, Light Jets, and tanks]] and closing in on Argon City. There has been no mention of Argon outside of this series and in January 2016 the third movie was canceled. Thus the Bolivian army ending to the storyline has is a Bolivian army ending to the franchise.
11th May '18 12:33:33 AM TheMountainKing
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* The ending of the animated film version of Literature/ThePlagueDogs has the two protagonists swimming out into the ocean, trying to reach an island. While it at first seemed that there was likely no island at all, the film gives just a tiny bit of ambiguity to their fates by having the fog clear during the credits to reveal that there was in fact an island, albeit a distant one.

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* The ending of the animated film version of Literature/ThePlagueDogs ''Literature/ThePlagueDogs'' has the two protagonists swimming out into the ocean, trying to reach an island. While it at first seemed that there was likely no island at all, the film gives just a tiny bit of ambiguity to their fates by having the fog clear during the credits to reveal that there was in fact an island, albeit a distant one.



* ''Literature/ThePlagueDogs'' ends with the two dog protagonists swimming off into the ocean to escape from the humans who have been after them the entire film, toward a far-off island, battling exhaustion and weakness along the way. It ends with them drifting into the fog, their fates unknown; it is likely they will drown before ever reaching the island, but due to the depressing nature of the rest of the movie a part of the viewer wants to believe they make it all the way. Note that only the hallucinating dog can supposedly see the island, implying it might not even be real; we do not see it until after the credits start to roll.
6th May '18 1:22:26 PM CASCHero
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* ''Manga/OnePiece'' This happens twice to Mr. 2/Bon Clay. First, at the end of the Alabasta arc, he distracts the Marines as a decoy ship, and is left facing a Marine captain and several ships, but he survives, ending up captured and sent to the high-security prison of Impel Down. Later, he faces Warden Magellan, a man made from poison, in hand-to-hand combat in an effort to buy Luffy enough time to reach Ace before Ace's execution. Bon Clay's final words as he faces down certain death are "I have no regrets" with his make-up smeared and a grin on his face, while a whole battleship of pirates weep for his sacrifice. [[spoiler:However, he somehow survived that, too!]]

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This happens twice to Mr. 2/Bon Clay. First, at the end of the Alabasta arc, he distracts the Marines as a decoy ship, and is left facing a Marine captain and several ships, but he survives, ending up captured and sent to the high-security prison of Impel Down. Later, he faces Warden Magellan, a man made from poison, in hand-to-hand combat in an effort to buy Luffy enough time to reach Ace before Ace's execution. Bon Clay's final words as he faces down certain death are "I have no regrets" with his make-up smeared and a grin on his face, while a whole battleship of pirates weep for his sacrifice. [[spoiler:However, he somehow survived that, too!]]too!]]
** The end of the Whole Cake Island arc ended with the Straw Hats allies, the Sun Pirates and the Germa 66, fighting about some of Big Mom's pirates to give the Straw Hats time to escape Big Mom's territory. After getting confirmation they're out of the area, the groups about to retreat themselves...only for Big Mom to show up and ready to do battle. We're never shown what happened after that.
25th Apr '18 5:07:31 PM ANTMuddle
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* Pictured atop this page is the Creator/BruceLee film ''Film/FistOfFury'' (also known as ''The Chinese Connection'') very famously ends with Bruce Lee's character walking outside to be met with a line of Japanese policemen armed with rifles and pistols, trained on him. Realising he's going to die, he lets out a final cry and performs a running jump kick at them, the final frame catching him in mid-air as a crescendo of rifle fire sounds. Though being [[MemeticBadass Bruce Lee]], it's entirely possible that instead of him dying for the ending, it was instead he horribly slaughtered all of the policemen and the whole scene was cut out for being just too violent for television.

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* Pictured atop this The page is image, from the Creator/BruceLee film ''Film/FistOfFury'' (also known as ''The Chinese Connection'') Connection''), very famously ends with Bruce Lee's character walking outside to be met with a line of Japanese policemen armed with rifles and pistols, trained on him. Realising Realizing he's going to die, he lets out a final cry and performs a running jump kick at them, the final frame catching him in mid-air as a crescendo of rifle fire sounds. Though being [[MemeticBadass Bruce Lee]], it's entirely possible that instead of him dying for the ending, it was instead he horribly slaughtered all of the policemen and the whole scene was cut out for being just too violent for television. Although for his dojo, there was a satisfactory ending.
16th Apr '18 7:21:43 AM igordebraga
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* Apart from the theatrical releases, ''Film/BladeRunner'' had this.

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* Apart from the theatrical releases, ''Film/BladeRunner'' had this.this as Deckard runs away with Rachael, knowing he will be pursued. Granted, [[Film/BladeRunner2049 a sequel]] proved at least he survived.



** At the end, [[spoiler:Seth manages to get out from under criminal prosecution by cooperating with the Feds, but the movie ends just as Federal agents storm J.T. Marlin after Seth walks out, leaving it ambiguous exactly what happened to Chris and the rest of the company, or if any of them got away.]]

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** At the end, [[spoiler:Seth Seth manages to get out from under criminal prosecution by cooperating with the Feds, but the movie ends just as Federal agents storm J.T. Marlin after Seth walks out, leaving it ambiguous exactly what happened to Chris and the rest of the company, or if any of them got away.]]



** Averted with the novels; the novelization of ''Film/TheDarkKnightRises'' includes a passing mention of ComicBook/TheJoker and implies [[spoiler:he's either serving a life sentence in a padded cell at Arkham or has broken out and slipped off the radar]], though not even Selina Kyle knows where he really is.

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** Averted with the novels; the novelization of ''Film/TheDarkKnightRises'' includes a passing mention of ComicBook/TheJoker and implies [[spoiler:he's he's either serving a life sentence in a padded cell at Arkham or has broken out and slipped off the radar]], radar, though not even Selina Kyle knows where he really is.



* ''Film/FinalDestination3'' ends with the last remaining characters boarding a train [[spoiler:which crashes and gruesomely kills all three of them in various ways]]... before [[spoiler:Wendy snaps from the premonition, looks around horrified, and then the lights flicker out with the sound of a train crashing]]. The film doesn't specify if they live or die, with the alternative ending suggesting that [[spoiler:[[ShootTheShaggyDog they don't make it out alive]]]].

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* ''Film/FinalDestination3'' ends with the last remaining characters boarding a train [[spoiler:which crashes and gruesomely kills all three of them in various ways]]... before [[spoiler:Wendy Wendy snaps from the premonition, looks around horrified, and then the lights flicker out with the sound of a train crashing]]. crashing. The film doesn't specify if they live or die, with the alternative ending suggesting that [[spoiler:[[ShootTheShaggyDog [[ShootTheShaggyDog they don't make it out alive]]]].alive]].


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* ''Film/AQuietPlace'' is a rare hopeful case. Evelyn sees through the surveillance monitors a bunch of the creatures are coming. However, she just learned the beasts can be killed, so her daughter puts in the sound system the sound that weakens them, and the movie ends just as [[BringIt Evelyn does a]] DramaticGunCock.
12th Apr '18 5:54:29 AM SparkPlugTheTroper
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* ''Film/TheIncrediblyTrueAdventureOfTwoGirlsInLove'' ends with [[spoiler:Randy and Evie, the film's main characters, hugging and kissing in front of an group of people who are arguing at the two, which all started with them running away from Evie's mom, who got mad at them for ruining the kitchen by making a huge meal the preceding night. What happens to Randy and Evie is never shown]].
3rd Apr '18 12:46:07 AM TheShadow
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*Parodied in That70sShow, when Eric and Donna rush out of a fancy restaurant after all their friends ditched them with the bill, right down to the freeze frame fade to sepia tone.


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* Found in the PostCreditsScene of RickAndMorty's "Get Schifty" as Ice T goes to "crunch the numbers."
18th Feb '18 8:13:07 PM igordebraga
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* The Creator/BruceLee film ''Film/FistOfFury'' (also known as ''The Chinese Connection'') very famously ends with Bruce Lee's character walking outside to be met with a line of Japanese policemen armed with rifles and pistols, trained on him. Realising he's going to die, he lets out a final cry and performs a running jump kick at them, the final frame catching him in mid-air as a crescendo of rifle fire sounds. Though being [[MemeticBadass Bruce Lee]], it's entirely possible that instead of him dying for the ending, it was instead he horribly slaughtered all of the policemen and the whole scene was cut out for being just too violent for television.

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* The Pictured atop this page is the Creator/BruceLee film ''Film/FistOfFury'' (also known as ''The Chinese Connection'') very famously ends with Bruce Lee's character walking outside to be met with a line of Japanese policemen armed with rifles and pistols, trained on him. Realising he's going to die, he lets out a final cry and performs a running jump kick at them, the final frame catching him in mid-air as a crescendo of rifle fire sounds. Though being [[MemeticBadass Bruce Lee]], it's entirely possible that instead of him dying for the ending, it was instead he horribly slaughtered all of the policemen and the whole scene was cut out for being just too violent for television.



* The music video for "My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light 'Em Up)" by Music/FallOutBoy ends with [[spoiler: the band being tied up in the back of a van and about to be set on fire.]]
* The music video for "Party in the CIA" ends with [[spoiler:the protagonist captured and tied to a chair by one of the targets he'd been sent to kill, who flashes him a malicious grin and points a gun at him, at which point it's implied but not ''quite'' shown that he's shot in the head.]]

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* The music video for Music/FallOutBoy's "My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light 'Em Up)" by Music/FallOutBoy ends with [[spoiler: the band being tied up in the back of a van and about to be set on fire.]]
* The music video for Music/WeirdAlYankovic's "Party in the CIA" ends with [[spoiler:the protagonist captured and tied to a chair by one of the targets he'd been sent to kill, who flashes him a malicious grin and points a gun at him, at which point it's implied but not ''quite'' shown that he's shot in the head.]]
6th Feb '18 8:57:34 AM MagiMecha
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* A series of shorts referred to as ''Dynamic Super Robot Wars'' ends with this as Shin Manga/GetterRobo and Manga/UFORoboGrendizer facing down Hades when [[Manga/MazingerZ Kouji Kabuto]] returns with Anime/{{Mazinkaiser}}... where the shorts end.
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