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50 Best Final Lines In Movies

Starting a script is a hard task but finding just the right line to end things on can be just as tough. While your audience may have started watching with a feeling of expectancy and excitement, chances are that come the conclusion, their eyes may be falling deeper into the destructive world of sleep.

Now's the time to fuel their dreams/nightmares with a catchy one-liner.

We've assembled 50 of the best here but would like to hear if you think we've missed any out. Comments are at the bottom.

(Images: All Star, Rex Features)

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