What are some movies that you think are overall good movies, but the ending rubbed you the wrong way for whatever reason? Spoilers, obviously. Some of mine: The Natural: You may think I'm crazy on this one, but the ending REALLY bothered me. If you haven't read the book, then you probably have no idea why I say that. If you have, then you probably do. It's one thing to change an ending from a book; there are instances where I can live with that. But this change fundamentally altered the entire purpose of the story. The Breakfast Club: This one is just contrived. I can understand Andrew and Allison ending up together. A little shoe horned, though nothing egregious. But Jon and Claire? That was just plain forced. I get that the whole point was these 5 looking past their perceived differences and coming together. But these two don't say a single kind word to each other the ENTIRE movie and out of NOWHERE, they have a thing for each other? That was a serious strain on my suspension of disbelief. Red River: So Dunson has been tracking Garth for I don't know how many miles with vengeance on his mind. He catches up and he is coming in HOT, with fire in his eyes and ready to kill. Garth stands his ground, but Dunson won't back down. They tussle. Tess basically says, "shame on you" and Dunson says. OK. And that's it! That's the end of it! WTF?! 3:10 to Yuma Wade has been taunting Dan this entire time. "My crew is going to save me". They get right to the train, his gang catches up, and Wade... jumps on the damn train? Why; because, "oh, I've busted Yuma before. No biggie."