I loved the end of Wrath of Khan. My Dad made an effort to show the films to me in order when I was younger because of the storyline, so I didn't know Spock would be back after he died. So that last shot of the torpedo tube was a great moment. Plus that whole final scene kind of showing rebirth in the midst of death was very nice, about as poetic as the Star Trek films ever got.
For a more recent movie, I really dug the ending of Les Miserables. It was based on the curtain call for the stage production, but I loved the fact that they made the setting the French Revolution of 1848, showing how all the revolutionaries from the Student Rebellion of 1832 were watching over the new revolutionaries. Very well thought out.
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