Top 10 Movies Ruined by Happy Endings

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These were some great movies RUINED by happy endings. There’s a time and a place for happy endings, and these movies weren’t it. We’re looking at otherwise good movies that pulled a happy ending virtually out of nowhere, ending on an upbeat note that actually hurt the movie in question. From The Dark Knight Rises to World War Z, these were movies ruined by their endings. What movie do YOU think was ruined by a happy ending? Let us know in the comments!

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15 thoughts on “Top 10 Movies Ruined by Happy Endings

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  2. All of the films on this list are considered good movies for the most part, so implying the happy endings “ruined” them is a really terrible argument, sure there were darker endings to explore in all of them, but the happy endings never felt shoehorned in in most cases and they all worked within the context of the film.

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  4. I’m kinda surprised they didn’t include The Count of Monte Cristo (2002)—totally changed the ending of Dumas’ revenge novel, destroying its morale and meaning.

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