Netflix Asked What Changes Twitter Users Would Make To Movie Endings
An ending can make or break a movie. Some flicks are enjoyable right up until the closing moments where we find out Jigsaw had yet another apprentice hiding in the weeds and we just watched two timelines play out like they were one (again). Other films keep you intrigued before effectively pulled all of its threads together into one magnificent tapestry of understanding and closure.
Since no one gets it right every time, Netflix decided to ask Twitter what movie endings they would change and how. I would change the ending of The Descent to the original, hallucination ending so the sequel never happened. Such a waste.
Obviously, this was my favorite exchange from the entire thread that ensued.
I’m honestly surprised Courtney didn’t tweet this response:
WOW YES pic.twitter.com/5KsKFJ3Eh9— Netflix US (@netflix) February 27, 2019
Let us not forget that the person or people in charge of Netflix’s Twitter account are geniuses.
i believe he said, "dont make ghost in the shell."— Netflix US (@netflix) February 27, 2019
weird flex but ok— Netflix US (@netflix) February 27, 2019
Very witty, they are.
but you can change it. you CAN change it, michael— Netflix US (@netflix) February 27, 2019
And some people don’t understand how endings work.
honestly i didnt think about that either before I asked the question and now here I am….— Netflix US (@netflix) February 27, 2019
Finally, we were left with life lessons.
never go to central park. that's the lesson— Netflix US (@netflix) February 27, 2019
Image sources (in order of posting): Pathé Distribution, Twitter
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