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I DRIIIIINNNK YOUR MILKSHAKE!!Looks like a brazilian politician speaking.
saw is just 8 nah smh.
The book of Eli.. great ending. Makes the movie so rewatchable noticing all the things you missed before
No man number one gotta be The Departed.
"the first century of the new millennium"…."so 2000-2009"….don't you mean "the first decade of the first millennium" then?
A fine list. But to me, I find the ending of Sideways to be one of the best. After everything that takes place in the film, Alexander Payne knew exactly where to end it. That makes a great ending.
Why am I not surprised nobody is mentioning In the mood for love? I guess it's too good for people to know about it.
I wished to see here Mulholland Drive and Dogville
How is Shutter Island not on this list!?!?
Memento is my all time favorite film. It is such an emotionally charged and oddly satisfying film even in the face of unthinkable horrors and one that truly keeps you on your toes. I have seen many great films past and present and still have not seen this ones equal in any genre. The best part is, I went to the theater to see a different film and whatever film that was was sold out so I went to see this small, barely advertised little known film called Memento instead. Thank the heavens for "chance"
Sorry but the departed ending was crap. It's not even close to the original Hong Kong movie, the infernal affairs. Which was the best movie came out of Hong Kong for the pass decade, if not decades.However, the film does have a Scorsese signature to it and Leo was amazing as always.
How about The Prestige ?
1. Star Wars III
How tf was Saw #8? That ending was bonkers
Ok ok we know you speak french. Show off
6 was the best
Sorry, I really do not like Daniel Day Lewis. To me, he always appears to overact. We're told he's brilliant, maybe because he's Cecil Day Lewis's son, but I just don't see it. I truly cannot recall a movie in which I liked his performance.
What about Shutter Island
You mean the first decade
Really? No Donnie Darko and The dark knight?
Anybody else cringe at her pronunciation of Martin Scorsese
The Dark Knight?
Seriously? The MIST!? What was good about that ending? Ahhh my emotions!
Nigguh where dark Knight?
Really? Man you guys are pretty easy to please.
"From the first century of the new millennium, so anything from 2000 to 2009"Thought that was a decade not a century lol
Trick ‘r treat ending was perfect. It ends right before it actually began (as the opening scene was actually set after the movie ends)
Eternal Sunshine! Such a clever movie. Great filmmaking. And Before Sunset is something special. What an awesome fade out ending.
I love sawww
“The very best movie endings from the first century of the new millennium—so anything between 2000-2009….” once again, watch mojo doesn’t disappoint.
At the start did they mean of the first decade, not the first century?
#1 is a slam dunk but i had an honorable mention at #2.
Kill bill vol 1 anyone that cliffhanger ending was incredible.
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind 💔
Julie Delpy , not Deply
Where's " Rapskallion Republikan Syndicate Untold"?
NCOM is da real deal here!
No country for old men. The departed. The others. All classic
…. I was about to write a comment complaining about the fact that There Will Be Blood wasn't on the list, but then it made first place! Arguably the greatest ending of all time. Absolutely legendary
I wish I never saw Before Midnight. Before Sunset is my favorite movie and I always loved the ambiguity.
0:26 "first century of the new millenium, so anything between 2000 and 2009". Uhm… you mean the first decade, right?
But WHY was he laying on the floor for hours pretending to be dead for no reason apart from surprising an unseen audience?? I love horror more than anything but I HATE the whole saw series
No country for old men doesn’t not deserve to be here, although I was shocked when I realized it was over and I just wasted hours of my life watching a crappy movie that was over hyped.
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21 March 2019
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