First impressions mean a lot, but they’re arguably even more valuable in movies, given that the last impression is the last thing the viewer is left with as they rise to live the rest of their lives. there is.
A great final scene can either confirm the movie’s greatness in the viewer’s mind, or leave them feeling completely pissed off and like they’ve wasted the last two hours of their lives.
And the sci-fi genre certainly isn’t immune to this. Given the typical scale and ambition of a sci-fi movie, they have a tremendous responsibility to tie things together satisfactorily at the end.
These 10 sci-fi movies are all about what most viewers are looking for, from grossly insulting sequel bait to cowardly never-ending to straight-up, unsatisfying solutions to beloved franchises. made me angry.
These endings certainly got people talking, but mostly not in a good way.
If you saw Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker in theaters the first weekend, you could probably feel the tension in the audience at the end of the movie.
In the final scene, Rey (Daisy Ridley) visits Luke Skywalker’s (Mark Hamill) abandoned home on Tatooine to bury both his and Leia’s (Carrie Fisher) lightsabers.
At that moment, Ray is approached by an elderly passerby and asked for her name. Rey considers which last name to give, and as she looks to her side, she sees the Force ghosts of Luke and Leia looking at her proudly.
Rey then replies to the villagers, “Rey Skywalker.” end.
We all knew it was coming, but it didn’t make the pain go away. Taking on the Skywalker name, Rey didn’t feel well-earned for the entire movie, having spent just a few days training with Luke and barely knowing Leia.
We can’t blame Rey for dropping the Palpatine name, but coming to the Skywalker saga’s hasty and awkward conclusion to the end, this one hits a complete cross-note and elicits nothing but negative sentiment from most fans. I called you up.