A smooth and painless landing is never easy; Especially in a steep movie. In modern cinema, with the increasing number of best-selling franchises, good and lasting final sequences and dialogues became more important; Because the end of a movie is the beginning of a new stream in the next episode. In Marvel movies, pre-finale dialogues often play an important role in the life of franchises.
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The screenplays listed below are confident from beginning to end, keeping the audience with them, as well as having a lot to say in things like directing and acting; So the audience is forced to think for a while before leaving the cinema or turning off the TV, listening carefully to the final dialogue and exploring their meaning. This is you and these are some of the best ending dialogues in the history of cinema, for movies that always have the last word.
* Note: Since many viewers watch movies They are accustomed to the main language, English dialogues are also used in this article.
* Warning: In the continuation of this article, a part of the story of the films will be revealed.
7- My name is Bande, James Bond
- English Dialogue: The name's Bond. James Bond
- Movie Name: Casino Royale
- Release Year: 2006
- Director: James Campbell
- Cast: Daniel Craig, Eva Green, Mess Mickelson, Jeffrey Wright, Judy Dench, David Arnold
- IMDb movie rating: 8 out of 100
- Raton Tomitoz movie rating: of 94 100
After Pierce Brosnan's last poor performance in "Die Another Day" as Agent 007, Metro Goldwyn Meyer decided to reboot this popular franchise and the audience that at least From the adventures of James Bond they had given up hope of reconciling with the series. The first step was to select a new actor for the role of the band, which would give a new spirit to future films and save the franchise from monotony. Finally, Daniel Craig, who was not a well-known actor at the time, took on this important task.
The new episode was to be adapted from Casino Royale as Ian Fleming's first novel. This film was a modern and different interpretation of the book, and since it was a kind of return of Agent 007, there were many sensitivities for it. Prior to the release of this release, there was a lot of speculation about the choice of Daniel Craig for the role of James Bond, and many fans wondered how the creators used a blonde James Bond at all!
In any case, despite everything However, Casino Royale was released, and ironically, the new James Bond was well received by critics and audiences for breaking stereotypes. In this episode, we encounter the inexperienced and young James Bond, who is tasked with destroying a financier named La Schaefer (Mess. Mickelson) who uses the money of terrorist organizations to invest. For this mission, he has to face Schiffer in a poker game, but as usual, he falls in love with a treasurer named Vesper Lind (Eva Green), who has to raise the necessary money for the gang to participate in betting.lasting moments, but without a doubt the most enduring is the final sequence; Where the gang finally finds the liaison of an unknown criminal organization named Mr. White (Jasper Christensen) and after making a phone call, shoots him in the leg, and finally in response to the question "Who are you?" It utters the dialogue "My Name is Bond, James Bond." He has a lot of semi-finished work.
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6- The truth is I am an Iron Man!
- English Dialogue: The truth is I am Iron Man
- Movie Name : Iron Man
- Release Year: 2008
- Director: John Favreau
- Cast: Robert Downey Jr., Terence Howard, Jeff Bridges, Sean Tobb, Gwyneth Paltrow
- IMDb > Movie: 7.1 out of 100
- Raton Tomitoz Score Movie: 94 out of 100
Iron Man As the first film in the Marvel movie world, it must have unique features that made this world last for many years. Iron Man Before Appearing in Marvel movies was a superhero on the B list, and with the exception of the avid comic book fans, everyone did not even know it existed; So the creators had to approach him cautiously and, of course, cleverly to create a memorable superhero. Build this rich superhero. In the first episode, Iron Man Tony Stark, after beating the villainous character, attended a press conference and with his career, not only made a real fuss, but also laid the foundation for many of Marvel's future films.
Immediately after this symbolic dialogue, Stark's face turns black and white, and the final credits are displayed. The first part of Iron Man is a fascinating superhero film that goes to a fascinating storytelling with confidence and simple expression. Marvel Studios really got to the gold mine through Iron Man.
5- "Storm said on the way", "I know"
- English Dialogue: "He said there's a storm comin 'in" "I know"
- Movie Name: The Terminator
- Release Year: 1984
- Director: James Cameron
- Cast: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Michael Bean, Linda Hamilton, Paul Winfield
- Score IMDb Movie: 8.1 out of 100
- Raton Tomitoz Score Movie: 100 out of 100
At this moment, a Mexican boy takes a picture of her ( The same photo that was given to Kyle Reese to find Sarah) then says something in Latin and leaves. Sarah asks the old man at the gas station to translate the boy's words for him and notices that "he said, the storm is on its way" and while the audience's attention is drawn to the sudden change in climate, Sarah's answer "I know" resonates. .
Sarah's explicit reference to the word "storm" and Sarah's explicit affirmation indicate the fate of the Connor family in the future, from which there is no escape.
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4- Roads? We go where we do not need roads
- English dialogue : Roads? Where we're going, we do not need roads
- Movie Name: Back to the Future
- Release Year : 1985
- Director: Robert Zamkis
- Actors: Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lee Thompson, Crispin Glover, Thomas Wilson
- IMDb rating: 8.5 out of 100
- Raton Tomitoz Movie Score: 96 out of 100
Back to the Future is one of the best science-fiction films about time travel, and after nearly four decades, the audience is still It has a pill full of feet. The film follows a boy named Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) who accidentally travels back in time in a time machine, disrupting the relationship between his teenage parents. He must improve this broken relationship as much as possible so that nothing will change in the present. And he must go to Dr. Brown and the time machine in 2015 to prevent disasters. The idea of traveling to the future is great enough Ironically, it sets the stage for two more spectacular cinematic sequels. However, Dr. Brown's dialogue marks a more spectacular ending.
While Marty and his friend are in the car preparing to move on to the future, he reminds Marty that there is no need to go where they are going. There is no road; Then he puts on his chrome sunglasses and the car takes off. This sequence and dialogue shows the thrill of traveling to the future and the amazing advances that come with making flying machines, and excites the audience to watch the second part.
3- Fear Fear
- English Dialogue: The horror the horror
- Movie Name: Apocalypse Now
- Release Year: 1979
- Director: Francis Ford Coppola
- Cast: Marlon Brando, Robert Sheen, Robert Duvall, Harrison Ford
- IMDb Movie Score: 8.5 out of 100
- Raton Tomitoz Movie Score: 98 out of 100
Undoubtedly, the Apocalypse now has the immortal work of Francis Ford Coppola, one of the best final dialogues in the history of cinema. Captain Willard (Martin Sheen) finally decides to end his mission and assassinate Colonel Kurtz (Marlon Brando) after much misery, struggling with existential crises and the death of all his troops.
Before moving on to a bloody fate, Colonel Kurtz utters a long, circular monologue, finally concluding, "Keep the nations in fear because it requires superiority." At this very moment, Captain Willard attacks him and kills him with a sticker. The combination of this sequence, the terrifying music and the images of the brutal rituals in which the living cows are dismembered is astonishing and leaves nothing to be desired.
Willard walks by his companions after the end of his mission, goes to his boat, and returns to civilization, but the fact that war is hell, and fear, and fear, remains with Willard and the audience.
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2-Louis, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship
- : Louis, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship
- Movie Name: Casablanca
- Release Year: 1942
- Cast: Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman, Paul Henride, Claude Rennes, Conrad White
- Score IMDb Movies: 8.5 out of 100
- Raton Tomitoz Movie Score: 99 out of 100
Lovely Casablanca is full of enduring sequences and dialogues, and its final sequence is no exception. Rick (Humphrey Bogart) eventually sends his ex-girlfriend Elsa (Ingrid Bergman) and his wife from Morocco to Morocco at the threat of a police officer named Louis Renault (Claude Rennes). Louis Renault, inspired by courage and strength Rick falls in love and decides to help him escape the trouble he's trying to save his ex-girlfriend. The two men, who apparently survived the storm, walk and talk about the possibility of love happening in a dangerous time. Renault then suggests that they leave Casablanca with Rick for a while to drain the water from the mill. The sequence of two men walking towards nowhere ends with the dialogue "Louis, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship" and is one of the most thought-provoking and, of course, the most beautiful endings in the history of cinema.
1- There was no plane. It was the heart that killed the demon
- English dialogue: It was not the airplanes. It was beauty killed the beast
- Movie Name: King Kong
- Release Year: 1933 >
- Director: Maria Cooper, Ernest B. Shodzak
- Actors: Fi Ray, Vera Lewis, Robert Armstrong, Bruce Cabot, Paul Purkazi
- Score IMDb Movie: 7.9 out of 100
- Raton Tomitoz Score Movie: 99 out of 100