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YMMV: Time Bandits
Crowning Music of Awesome: The opening and closing theme, as well as George Harrison's song "Dream Away" during the end credits. (Harrison produced the film.)
Esoteric Happy Ending - Judging by the very negative portrayal of consumerism and mundane thinking that Kevin's parents represent, the filmmakers might see their total destruction to be a good thing for Kevin in the long run.
It seems obvious (to some anyway) that it does have a happy ending. Kevin's parents are dead but they didn't really care for him. More importantly, the only father he truly wanted, Agamemnon, shows up as a fireman who winks at him. The only way that could happen, besides the WMG entry, is that the Supreme Being is watching over Kevin and will make sure that Kevin will be ok. While the WMG entry of Agamemnon adopting Kevin might or might not happen, the Supreme Being will make sure things turn out alright for Kevin.
Unfortunate Implications: The Time Bandits were written as little people so that audiences would accept a child as their equal. Thus, the filmmakers were planning on audiences seeing little people as less than full adults.
On the other hand, six extremely large disgruntled ex-employees of the Supreme Being out to loot history for all they could steal wouldn't have had quite the same charm.