Not every great movie has a great ending. It is, arguably, the most important part of any film — how a filmmaker wants you to feel when the lights go up is often the key to what that picture was really about. In compiling a list of the greatest endings in movie history, we had many arguments over many months about this very dynamic, and found ourselves drawn to certain types we deemed successful more than others: Ambiguous, dark endings; endings that purported to explain something but secretly did not; endings that denied us and the characters closure; endings that featured people dancing, but not always in joyous, triumphant fashion. Maybe that was a reflection of the times we were living. Dark, uncertain, marked by a significant amount of human flailing. Sometimes, we did go for the cathartic, bring-happy-tears-to-your-face finale, but we frequently found ourselves opining the sorts of stories that lack that release.
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As swimsuit season gears up, women are preparing to compete in lucrative bikini contests across the state. The competition started in , with a half-dozen ladies strutting their stuff at the back bar for 50 spectators. Today, it's held under Gators' big tent, with up to 18 competitors and spectators. Here's how it works: Contestants fill out a bio that host Casey Turner reads for the audience as the ladies work the catwalk. There's no talking, dancing or booty-shaking allowed.
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Dreamgirls is a American musical drama film written and directed by Bill Condon and jointly produced and released by DreamWorks Pictures and Paramount Pictures. Dreamgirls debuted in four special road show engagements starting on December 15, , before its nationwide release on December 25, Curtis soon starts his own record label, Rainbow Records, out of his Detroit car dealership, and appoints Effie's brother, C. When their first single fails after a white pop group releases a cover version , Curtis, C.
Let me tell you about a little film I watched the other night: a flick lost to the annals of history called Love Happens. It stars Jennifer Aniston as an unlucky-in-love florist. Judy Greer reprises her lifetime role as the tough-love best friend, but this time she is also an erotic slam poet.