The Cine-Men, Episode 56 – Favorite Movie Endings. 

One thing that The Cine-Men co-host Darryl Mansel and I agree on is that the ending of the film is as important as the beginning. Good ones either offer clarity, emotional payoff, or, perhaps, something so memorable that it’s the first thing you think of when the film is brought up. On our 56th episode, we discuss three of our favorite movie endings, digging into the “why” of what makes them so special to us. 

Our challenges for this episode are Halloween (1978) and Little Shop of Horrors (1986). Depending on your feelings on these films, our reactions to them may surprise you.

Episode Description:

Cine-Men hosts Douglas Davidson and Seed return to discuss movies they’ve seen recently, their favorite endings in movies, and the Cine-Men Challenge.


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