10+ Ending Scenes That Ruined Movies For Fans

If you're still not over the ending of How I Met Your Mother or Dexter, we have some bad news: there are terrible movie endings out there, too.

Case in point: these 10+ ending scenes that ruined movies.

Caution: spoilers ahead!

*Allegiant* (2016)

"I was actually tempted to break my (rented) DVD in half. Literally everything after like the first 10 minutes was completely made up by Hollywood. The book ending is completely different and so much better." Redditor - minecraftplayer48

*City of Angels* (1998)


"The movie where Nic Cage is an angel and he falls in love with Meg Ryan, who's a human. He becomes a human for her, then she DIES. WTF?! I almost threw my TV out of the window because I was so upset." - Reddit 84waffle

*Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom* (2018)


"I thought it was going to end on a sad and mature ending conveying the idea that you can't save everything...but that stupid little girl ruined it by pressing that button." - Redditor GordoDaMasta

*Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald* (2018)


"The very last moment of this? Like, hey, let's upheave tons of established lore in the last 30 seconds! The [expletive] was that?!" - Redditor silvermoonchan

*My Sister's Keeper* (2009)

"Especially since I read the book. I very nearly threw my remote at the TV I was so [expletive] pissed." - Redditor HighPrairieCarsales

Just goes to show that books turned into movies don't always work out...

*Hancock* (2008)


"Hancock. Loved the premise and seeing Hancock start as this sarcastic, alcoholic, and bitter hero who's hated by everyone turn into an actual hero that people look up to and respect is touching. The PR angle for a superhero movie was interesting and unique. But then all of that is ruined by the lovers' twist and all of act 1 and 2 pretty much is thrown out. I'm fine with either the superhero PR angle or the tragic lovers angle, but they're way too different and the latter is introduced too suddenly. Hancock really feels like 2 separate movies stitched together." -Redditor thwipsandquips

*Wonder Woman* (2017)

The movie got decent reviews (93 percent on Rotten Tomatoes), but that couldn't save it from audience critics.

"The first two acts were really good and then everything fell apart in a terrible final battle sequence." - Redditor IndyDude11

*Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice* (2016)


"Barely a 5 minute slap fest that was suddenly halted because of momma issues. I was looking forward of at least 20 minutes of these two pounding the snot out of each other...

And the less about lex riddler, the better..." - Redditor mraspez

*Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker* (2019)


"Here's how it should've ended:

Old Lady: What's your name?

Rey: I'm Rey. Rey Palpatine.

Old Lady: Palpatine? Bu that was the name of the guy who committed two galaxy-wide genocides! Are you saying you're related to him?!

Rey: Yes, but bloodlines...aren't important.

THE END." Redditor -MasterKlaw

*Remember Me* (2010)

"The whole family was fine and safe in their house and the son was there — even though he ran into a war zone — and he was wearing the same clothes...WTF!" - Redditor Ame_liorate

*The Circle* (2017)


The Circle on Netflix was better than this, tbh...

"Seemed to be a film warning of the dangers of sharing too much online only to do A COMPLETE 180 on the message at the end!" - Redditor leonmacdonaldrules

*A Simple Favor* (2018)


This movie was all about twists and turns, but the final turn in the end left people asking one simple favor: FIX THE ENDING.

"It was all mysterious and there were some good twists, then she just gets hit by a car and the moms group is like 'Don’t mess with moms' or some shit?! Like WTF?! The ending felt like it was meant for a different movie." - Redditor LazerTRex

*Passengers* (2016)


"It could have been an amazing Sci-fi movie where Jennifer Lawrence was forced to make the same decision Starlord did. Instead they went happily ever after." - Redittor Lpreddit

This person should stay away from Disney movies...

*Justice League* (2017)


Justice League, [expletive] Superman gets resurrected and immediately beats the [expletive] out of Steppenwolf. The conflict was just gone, the heroes had no difficulty after he came in." - Redditor LordKingThing

*Aladdin* (2019)

"The Disney remakes as a whole don’t hold up to the original animation films, but as a huge Aladdin fan I was beyond disappointed to not see a battle between Jafar as a Snake and Aladdin.

Nobody asked for the giant nameless parrot to chase them through the city. No one. Give me a snake battle." - Redditor SumGoodJuJu