7 Must Watch Movies That Had Open Endings!

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Gone Girl (2014): The closing shot is a replica of the opening scene, with Nick caressing his wife’s head and in a chilling voiceover says, “what are you thinking?”, “how are you feeling?”, “what have we done to each other?”!  #bestthrillerever Gone Girl (2014): The closing shot is a replica of the opening scene, with Nick caressing his wife’s head and in a chilling voiceover says, “what are you thinking?”, “how are you feeling?”, “what have we done to each other?”!  #bestthrillerever

Gone Girl (2014): The closing shot is a replica of the opening scene, with Nick caressing his wife’s head and in a chilling voiceover says, “what are you thinking?”, “how are you feeling?”, “what have we done to each other?”! #bestthrillerever

Prisoners (2013): A police detective and a troubled father looking for an abducted daughter in their different ways. Denis Villeneuve’s brilliance in storytelling makes ‘Prisoners’ stand on its own and this open ending makes it even more worthwhile. Prisoners (2013): A police detective and a troubled father looking for an abducted daughter in their different ways. Denis Villeneuve’s brilliance in storytelling makes ‘Prisoners’ stand on its own and this open ending makes it even more worthwhile.

Prisoners (2013): A police detective and a troubled father looking for an abducted daughter in their different ways. Denis Villeneuve’s brilliance in storytelling makes ‘Prisoners’ stand on its own and this open ending makes it even more worthwhile.

The Dark Knight Rises (2012): The conclusion of the Dark Knight series by Christopher Nolan means we don’t have a logical conclusion, but dead or alive, Batman will always be the evergreen enigma of the fantasy world. The Dark Knight Rises (2012): The conclusion of the Dark Knight series by Christopher Nolan means we don’t have a logical conclusion, but dead or alive, Batman will always be the evergreen enigma of the fantasy world.

The Dark Knight Rises (2012): The conclusion of the Dark Knight series by Christopher Nolan means we don’t have a logical conclusion, but dead or alive, Batman will always be the evergreen enigma of the fantasy world.

Shutter Island (2010): One of the most complex movies ever made with stalwart Martin Scorsese at its helm, ‘Shutter Island’ is a multiple time watch for many because of its winding maze of a plot. Shutter Island (2010): One of the most complex movies ever made with stalwart Martin Scorsese at its helm, ‘Shutter Island’ is a multiple time watch for many because of its winding maze of a plot.

Shutter Island (2010): One of the most complex movies ever made with stalwart Martin Scorsese at its helm, ‘Shutter Island’ is a multiple time watch for many because of its winding maze of a plot.

Memento (2000): Christopher Nolan played with the non-linear storyline, creating and solving mysteries across two timelines and ending the film where it began. Memento (2000): Christopher Nolan played with the non-linear storyline, creating and solving mysteries across two timelines and ending the film where it began.

Memento (2000): Christopher Nolan played with the non-linear storyline, creating and solving mysteries across two timelines and ending the film where it began.

Inception (2010):  The climaxes in his films tend to turn the story around and leave us with a throng of unanswered questions. Inception is a singular piece, even without its mind boggling climax. Inception (2010):  The climaxes in his films tend to turn the story around and leave us with a throng of unanswered questions. Inception is a singular piece, even without its mind boggling climax.

Inception (2010): The climaxes in his films tend to turn the story around and leave us with a throng of unanswered questions. Inception is a singular piece, even without its mind boggling climax.

American Psycho (2000): Christian Bale portrayed the protagonist Patrick Bateman; a posh, white-collared serial killer loose in the streets of New York. Its too good a story to reveal! American Psycho (2000): Christian Bale portrayed the protagonist Patrick Bateman; a posh, white-collared serial killer loose in the streets of New York. Its too good a story to reveal!

American Psycho (2000): Christian Bale portrayed the protagonist Patrick Bateman; a posh, white-collared serial killer loose in the streets of New York. Its too good a story to reveal!

Movies are mostly predictable. By the end, we all get an idea to what's going to happen, but what if those endings are absent? We remain clueless and these are the kind of anecdotes that leave a mark! 
Here are some amazing movies which have open endings. How many have you seen? 
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