When it comes to the ending of a film, we fans and movie-goers want answers and some closure. The bad guy needs to get incarcerated or killed, the romantic couple lives happily ever after, and the evil object is hidden away to be analyzed by top men. But we can’t always get our way and sometimes a movie is deliberately left open-ended.
And that’s ok. Because it makes it better.Sometimes an ambiguous ending is the best kind. It means we get to come up with our own answers and conclusions, and talk about it with our friends.
I like that. Makes me feel included.