Lost in Translation, Wrestler, Graduate und Sopranos: Die definitiven Schlußszenen

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(Collegehumor Direktending, via /Film)

Ich mag Filme mit offenen Enden. Also, manchmal. Dennoch wüsste man schon gerne, was passiert, nachdem Randy in The Wrestler von den Seilen gesprungen ist oder nachdem Dustin Hoffman mit Mrs. Robinson in der Reifeprüfung im Bus geflüchtet sind. Und Tony Soprano is fucking dead, man.

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  1. Mimi

    “… nachdem Dustin Hoffman mit Mrs. Robinson in der Reifeprüfung im Bus geflüchtet sind.”

    Wohl eher mit MISS Robinson, oder?!

  2. El_Skeletto

    Das Ende von The Wrestler ist für mich tatsächlich das ultimative Ende der Filmgeschichte.

    Ich weiß…man sollte nicht so voreilig über Filme urteilen, die erst vor so kurzer Zeit angelaufen sind, aber ich bin mir ziemlich sicher, dass mich bisher noch nix so emotional aufgewühlt hat-

  3. GunGrave

    … CollegeHumor hat schon immer nette Dinge auf Lager! … am Besten gefiel mir das mit “Sopranos”… Do you think he´s dead? … I shot him in the neck… BÄNG… yeah that´s do it… °-^

  4. Depp

    WOW!!!

    vielen dank fürs spoilern im newstext auch.

    depp.

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