..It All Ends..

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Movies are a source of entertainment for most of the people these days.. Action, comedy, romantic comedy, thriller and fiction are just a few genres we usually come across and find an escape in from our daily life.. But one thing i have noticed since my childhood in all those moves either Indian, American or Britain, they all end up having a happy ending..
In the beginning we are convinced by the fact that the movie we are watching is close to real life.. One might as well try to imagine all that stuff to be possible but in the end, it all comes down to the fact that worst of the worst villain either apologizes, or die, or might even get jailed..

Happy end
Now the continuation of this post might make the readers feel that i am a pessimist sort of person but the truth is that this is what i have observed and all these things have been running in my mind for more than six months when i watched KARATE KID.. I do not mean to criticize or point that movie out but it just made me realize that when the movie was about to end and everything was absolutely a bummer, i was still sure of the fact that the kid will pull out a miracle and be winner.. I mean, now come on..!!! How can we ever believe that everything that happens can have a perfect happy ending.. I have observed that there is a twist in the story and everything gets perfect, but i believe in the fact that a flip over can also be negative and change all the things you like to the thing you might dislike..
I do believe that movies are a source of entertainment and relaxation, but I also believe in the fact that some truth would cause no harm.. One must be able to see at least what is the worse case scenario.. It is not always about having a happy end, sometimes its about truth, reality, and the negative happenings of life..

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6 thoughts on “..It All Ends..

    Phupho said:
    07/01/2013 at 8:48 pm

    I agree with you about reality but daily life happenings show us the truth and we go to cinema for entertainment and some Positive results which are shown in the “happy ever after—–” 🙂

      samiaidrees responded:
      08/01/2013 at 10:59 am

      Welcoming Perspective it is. 🙂
      Thank you for the response. 🙂

    amna said:
    09/01/2013 at 12:26 am

    good one 🙂

    djmatticus said:
    10/01/2013 at 10:41 pm

    Movies without happy endings: Memento, Dancer in the Dark, The Professional, American Beauty, Voices of a Distant Star, Requiem for a Dream, No Country For Old Men… These are all fantastic movies that do not have happy endings. Check them out. And, it seems to be a recent shift that movies are getting away from always having happy endings and more and more films are coming out that do mirror real life – the endings aren’t miracles, the main characters aren’t always happy, things aren’t wrapped up nice and neat…

      samiaidrees responded:
      11/01/2013 at 10:49 am

      Thank you for the recommendations.. 🙂

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