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The Final Image Blog Captures Just the Last Scenes of Your Favorite Movies

The Final Image is a Tumblr-based photo blog dedicated to the final frames of great movies. Whether a film ends with a cliffhanger, twist, or satisfying conclusion, the finale of a film needs to make an impression on the audience and this blog is a shrine to those last moments before the credits roll. See 15 of our favorites below — and even more on the original site.

 
1

The Terminator

1984 (dir. James Cameron)
 

 
 

 

Orion Pictures

2

Ghostbusters 2

1989 (dir. Ivan Reitman)
 

 

 

Columbia Pictures Corporation

3

Grease

1978 (dir. Randal Kleiser)
 

 

 

Paramount Pictures

4

The Social Network

2010 (dir. David Fincher)
 

 

 

Columbia Pictures

5

Independence Day

1996 (dir. Roland Emmerich)
 

 

 

Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation

6

Gone With The Wind

1939 (dir. Victor Fleming, George Cukor)
 

 

 

MGM

7

The Matrix

1999 (dir. The Wachowski Brothers)
 

 

 

Warner Bros. Pictures

8

Almost Famous

2000 (dir. Cameron Crowe)
 

 

 

Columbia Pictures

9

Saving Private Ryan

1998 (dir. Steven Spielberg)
 

 

 

Paramount Pictures

10

Easy Rider

1969 (dir. Dennis Hopper)
 

 

 

Columbia Pictures Corporation

11

Citizen Kane

1941 (dir. Orson Welles)
 

 

 

Mercury Productions

12

Ferris Bueller's Day Off

1986 (dir. John Hughes)
 

 

 

Paramount Pictures

13

Sleepless In Seattle

1993 (dir. Nora Ephron)
 

 

 

Tristar Pictures

14

Casablanca

1942 (dir. Michael Curtiz)
 

 

 

Warner Bros. Pictures

15

Moulin Rouge!

2001 (dir. Baz Luhrmann)
 

 

 

Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation

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