Tenet has made $150 million at the box office -- not bad considering many theaters still haven't reopened and potential moviegoers may be leery about going to see it. Everything in the film has been leading up to this moment, and if the audience doesn't get a satisfying payoff, the movie could be doomed. It's here where he feels alive and can find peace. The agency buries time-reversed gold bars that Sator digs up for payment. To live as a monster, or to die as a good man?" Sheehan is working with Dr. John Cawley (Ben Kingsley) to help Andrew recover from his condition, and if they fail Andrew will be lobotomized. WARNING! or Lost in Translation (what did Bill Murray whisper in her ear?) There are many interpretations for what happened to Riggan. Teddy Daniels (DiCaprio) discovers a brutal truth while investigating the Ashecliffe Institute, learning that his real name is Andrew Laeddis and he's actually a patient at the hospital for the criminally insane. Riggan opens it, and the camera cuts away before we see what he does. Anyone else still outraged by this ending? You bring us up only to bring us down, Hollywood! From the get-go, Tyler’s character is a brooding mess, getting into fights, throwing anger fits, all while chronicling his deepest thoughts in a leather-bound journal. Sator was in the right place at the right time as a teenager, when he dug up a piece of the Algorithm in the rubble of his home in Siberia. The bullet Sator shoots Kat with is inverted, which in this universe means it could affect her with radiation poisoning as well as regular bullet damage. The theory states that Quaid's brain had a violent reaction to the Rekall implant, and he incorporated real things from his life (his wife, Harry from work) into the dream (which is something normal people do on a daily basis). Everything moviegoers need to know is in the title. Entertainment Weekly may receive compensation for some links to products and services on this website. Here's a fun fan theory: the identity of Neil may have an extra layer. Instead of seeing an old fashioned Western shootout, the Coen brothers' Best Picture winner was criticized by some for ending rather anticlimactically, as villain Anton Chigurh (Javier Bardem) kills Llewelyn Moss (Josh Brolin) off-screen and escapes from the authorities. The film was already overshadowed by a Twilight star; why overshadow it with a real-life tragedy too? For those of you who have not seen the film, the plot takes a positive turn when Ally (de Ravin) forgives Tyler (Pattinson) for lying to her about asking her out on the premise of a dare, Tyler and his father begin mending their tumultuous relationship, and Tyler starts going to class and maintaining a social life again. hinting that Andrew has been cured, and would rather die as a good man who made peace with his decisions than the monster who ended his family through neglect. But his dad is running late. In the Algorithm room, the Protagonist and Ives (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) encounter a locked gate. Here are Screen Rant's 10 Confusing Movie Endings Finally Explained. But the 9/11 ending of Remember Me will always stick with me as one of the worst cinematic endings ever. The surreal last sequence of Stanley Kubrick's sci-fi epic has puzzled even the director's most passionate fans for decades. When Ellis wrote the book, he was portraying this group of people as shallow and hollow individuals, something that would have been lost if Bateman's actions were hallucinations. Here at PopWatch, we’re reminiscing about the pop culture moments that we still can’t get over — no matter how much time has passed. The bullet was and risked giving her radiation poisoning. Before he's taken away, Andrew asks, "Which would be worse? A one-stop shop for all things video games. Sator plans to set off a doomsday device, also known as the Algorithm, that will reverse the entropy of the entire planet. In the closed city where the Algorithm is stored, two teams participate in the operation to stop the doomsday device's detonation. Teddy figured this could be a... memento to help him be at peace. Christopher Nolan's breakout hit set the mind-twisting template that many of the director's later films would follow. Russian oligarch Andrei Sator (Kenneth Branagh) is in contact with an unknown agency in the future. Tyler is supposed to meet his dad (Pierce Brosnan) at his office, in some unidentified NYC high-rise. At the end of the film, he confesses his crimes to his lawyer Harry (Stephen Bogaert), who mistakes him for another colleague and laughs off Bateman's concerns as a joke. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. In addition to covering the latest news and hottest movie topics daily, Chris has attended numerous media events for Screen Rant, including San Diego Comic-Con, delivering content his readers care about. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion. The Sense of an Ending is a 2011 novel written by British author Julian Barnes. To keep his new friend happy, Teddy sent him after other "John G's." One of the most common theories is that Riggan tried to kill himself again in the hospital, and Sam is either looking at the meteor shower that was featured in Birdman's beginning or the free "spirit" of her deceased father floating up to be at peace. On the other side, they see the corpse of a masked soldier, who wears a red string on his backpack. Like, how did John David Washington and Robert Pattinson prevent World War III? This enables him to communicate with his daughter Murph (Jessica Chastain) and give her the information she needs to save the people of Earth. Your mind has been suitably blown by the visually stunning action, cool wardrobe and the plot that rewinds backwards and forward through time. Here are some answers to what the hell happened. (2) The "bad" ending : You can succumb to the madness and perform the ritual (which was apparently Pierce's destiny). He ends up turning into the famous star child (giant baby) looking at Earth as the credits start to roll. In The Wrestler, Randy has a serious heart condition and he's informed by his doctors that continuing his career could kill him. Instead of focusing on the top, they should have looked at what Cobb did after he spun it. Recently retied sheriff Ed Tom Bell (Tommy Lee Jones) tells his wife about a dream involving his later father, in … He was incarcerated after he murdered his manic depressive wife for drowning their children. It's a lot to get your head around, but there's some sense there when you think about it. to get rid of bad guys and make some money on the side. Tenet: That ending explained and all your questions answered. in regards to Randy's ultimate demise. Bateman's final monologue offers some clues to support this. The red team is moving forward in time, while the blue team is time-reversed. American Psycho pokes fun at yuppie culture, and is a satire of those obsessed with material possessions and high-ranking status in society. Riggan Thomson (Michael Keaton) has accomplished his goal of putting together a successful Broadway adaptation. "Ice melting, salt or sugar dissolving, making popcorn and boiling water for tea are processes with increasing entropy in your kitchen," according to one explanation. Let us know in the comments! So the masked soldier who dies is Neil. And subscribe to our YouTube channel for more fun videos like this one. He brought the house down by shooting himself in the face in what appeared to be a suicide attempt, but he survived and is shown recovering in the hospital. He couldn't save Llewelyn or stop Chigurh, so the only left was to retire. Ambiguous endings are always interesting and lead to fascinating discussions as people try to fit the puzzle pieces together and make sense of what just happened. Black Friday Walmart deals available now: $100 Wi-Fi robot vac, $48 Roku Ultra, $15 Magic Bullet blender and more, Xbox Series X availability: Check inventory at Walmart, Amazon, Best Buy and more, Black Friday 2020 ad scans: See the best deals and sales at Walmart, Best Buy, GameStop and more, Discuss: Tenet: That ending explained and all your questions answered. Sator grew up in the Soviet Union in a small community acting as a "closed" or "secret" city with sensitive facilities, such as nuclear research sites with a plutonium production plant. In the future, everything is destroyed. Sadly you can't stream Tenet at home, which would really help us figure out exactly what happened. To gain her trust, the Protagonist and Neil try to steal the painting from the "freeport" in Oslo Airport. question that moviegoers asked themselves during this last moment, Cobb decides to walk away from the top before it completes its spin, signifying that he no longer cares where he is. In all likelihood, beings from another dimension reached out to give the humans in our world a helping hand when things got really rough to maintain a sense of harmony in the time-space continuum. He's just happy to be back with his family. So this trajectory of pathos the audience has developed for the character makes the ending all the more obnoxious. An unknown agency is working with Sator to kill everyone in the past, because they're responsible. Cut to his little sister’s classroom and the teacher starts to write the date on the chalkboard “September … 11 … 2001.”. By setting a timer, the red team (those moving forward in time), detonates a bomb in the bottom half of the building at the 5-minute mark, while the blue team does the same in the top of the building by counting backward from 10 minutes to the same moment. It transformed the movie from the ordinary to the extraordinary offensive. Well, while I was sunk into my movie chair, going through the motions of this one-note film, soaring on a neutral emotional plane, thinking this run-of-the-mill romance-drama can’t get any better or worse, so might as well enjoy the aesthetic pleasures of Pattinson’s face and decide what to make for dinner, in a place I thought was a safe space, the movie theater transformed into a bubbling cauldron of audible audience outrage, severe shock, and popcorn projectile…. One explanation is that Interstellar deals with alternate realties and universes, meaning that a non-linear timeline is possible. Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale) is a New York yuppie with a violent edge, as he's responsible for several grisly murders (we'll never look at Huey Lewis and the News the same way again). Sator travels back to the holiday with Kat (Elizabeth Debicki) in Vietnam when they were both happiest, planning to die there peacefully and set off the doomsday device with a dead man's switch linked to his heartbeat. The film ends with Ed saying "And then I woke up" before fading to black. With no other choice for their survival, they're willing to destroy their ancestors and threaten their own existence -- the grandfather paradox. While film is a medium that demands answers to show the audience everything, sometimes directors can get away with this trick and craft something that adds layers to their movie. Which has led some viewers to speculate that Neil is in fact Kat's son.

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