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One trick to balancing these goals, Black said, is to require the model to incorporate some keywords into the ending that are related to those used early in the story.
" This is what we expect and want, endings where all the loose ends are tied together.
Although the producers as well as 20th Century Fox TV have refused to comment on the particulars of the happy ending, (http://www.deadline.com/2014/04/how-i-met-your-mother-himym-ending-dvd-series-finale-happy/) Deadline reported a source describing it as a "happy ending."
It can certainly be a fine line between activating an audience's imagination with an ambiguous ending, and infuriating their sensibilities with willful uncertainty.
A .com domain ending for a website is far and away the best for international business.
In the case of 26-year-old Abin Ninan, he doesn't think that happy endings ever really happen, but he still believes them.
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An obvious solution is to slow down the revolving door of frequent endings. They still will happen, but we can capitalize on endings by addressing them with wisdom and respect.
The ending of this business relationship may sting for years to come, but other opportunities will spring forth.
Australian Film, Television and Radio School screenwriting lecturer Billy Marshall Stoneking is a strong believer in the power of film endings. 'The ending is the most crucial part of the process ...
If beginnings, then, matter for O'Connor as they do for all short-story writers, it is important to realize that they are always subordinate to the endings. In diegetic terms, more often than not the ultimate moments of her stories are the highly charged moments everything leads to, and three times--in "A Late Encounter with the Enemy," "Greenleaf," and "The Lame Shall Enter First"--the full revelation of the climactic moment, the story's most crucial event, the protagonist's death, is deferred to the very last sentence.
David Sutcliffe's role in Don Roos's newest ensemble comedy-drama, Happy Endings, could not be more different from his performance as a gruff, obsessive, and sexually adventurous gay graphic novelist in 2004's Testosterone.
The story has a fairy tale ending that is also a bit too pat, but then happy endings do sometimes occur, and these characters seem to deserve such an ending.
The James Cameron film, starring Leonardo di Caprio and Kate Winslet as young lovers who have only just found each other aboard the doomed vessel, topped a poll of Scottish movie fans' favourite endings, ahead of thrillers like The Usual Suspects and The Sixth Sense.
Weimann closes, appropriately, with a chapter on endings and epilogues, where he finds doubleness extending beyond the frame of the play.