Was anyone else disappointed? I thought it was a huge let-down
I mean...it's nice to see something else than your run of the mill standard ending but...i mean....yeah....
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I thought the ending was pretty good. It leads up to the movie witch pretty much wraps things up.
I think it waz a gud ending nd connectz well wit da muuvi but da real dissapointment is in da ending of da muuvi...wat r dey go na do now???...
I still haven't seen the ending though
I seriously want to see it....
I personally thought the ending was disapointing. Mainly because of the whole coming into our world during WWII. I think something more imaginative should have happend, like Ed accidentally changes Al into something else to carry on the mission to get his body back. Also I was a bit disapointed with Al not recalling anything of the 4 years, kinda feals to me like it was all a waste of time. It was all a bit rushed and didn't add up to a quality TV show. I hope the film cures the mistake of the ending and is as equally entertaining as the show
I thought the ending was good however they left it open so they could make the film. In a way the ending of the series was not the full complete ending which may be left some people dissapointed or wanting more. When I saw the end I knew the film was coming out as Britains release schedules are about a year behind Americas so I wasn't dissapointed and was looking forward to its release. I was a bit dissapointed with the end of the film though.
I thought the ending was decent since I really can't think of anything better. Like people already said, the movie pretty much wrapped things up. Maybe it could've been better, perhaps a happily-ever-after ending like some people wished. The truth being, the ending was already much more up beat than I bargained for.
Last edited by MysticEntity; 01-06-2008 at 02:11 PM.
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The end of the movie was for me, melancholy, given the transition from their world to ours and leaving everything behind. That being said, I found it a non-cliche type of ending, which is fine with me.
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