Originally Posted by keg in kc
I understood what the ending meant, and I still didn't like it. Now, I'm not the kind of guy who requires things to be wrapped-up, and I'm the last person on earth who wants the "good guy" to always win in a movie or a book, but it just...ended. There was no substance to it at all.
And I thought exactly the same thing about There Will Be Blood.
Two movies that could have been great that were utterly buried by their conclusions.
There Will Be Blood didn't conclude everything for you? I can understand No Country (which I rewatched last night and loved it, again.), but TWBB? Why?
On another note, I just watched Almost Famous as I had some how missed it. Easily in my top 5 movies all time. It was tremendous.