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Some of our favourite films just didn't end the way we wanted to! We've rounded up the movies where their final sequences didn't live up to it's theatrical potential.
Drew Barrymore isn't the only one who seems a bit indifferent about her 1994 flick 'Bad Girls'. The film surrounds four prostitutes working in a saloon out West, but decide to flee in search of a better life. However, Drew recently admitted she wishes she could change the film. "I wish that film Bad Girls was more bad,” Drew confessed. “I was like, ‘Let’s be like, dudes! But like, women. But dudes.’”
Whilst we all know that bursting into floods of tears is what makes Titanic great, we really wish they would just give us the ending we all wanted! As you remember, Jack drowned as there wasn't enough room on the lifeboat leaving ...to go on with out him (but keep him in her heart). Why couldn't they survive and live happily ever after?!
After watching three films in the Twilight Saga series, we expected the fourth and final instalment to have an unbelievable ending, how ever the film adaptation of Stephanie Meyers bestselling book was one big anti-climax. After a huge clash between the vampires and the Volturi... it turned out to be Alice's premonition of the devastating consequences such a battle would cause. Pffft.... Snore!
This hilariously accurate portrayal of the American high school experience will always go down in history as one of our favourite teen comedy ever! However, we weren't impressed when The Plastics were dethroned from the top of the school heirchy, and ACTUALLY became nice girls because of it. Picture: Facebook
The epic tale of Hanks' character surviving on an island after his plane crashes, only to finally be saved years later ended with quite the letdown. The girl he had been pining for married another man, crashing all our hopes of a happy reunion, while the package that Hanks keeps with him on the island the entire time finally gets delivered... and we still don't get to find out what it is.
When it comes to Will Smith films he can do no wrong... well until Seven Pounds that is. Although heart wrenching, we were a bit baffled by the idea of him committing suicide so that he could leave his organs to his loved ones.