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Once you see the credits you realize that the whole movie has
different meaning with the last line of credits changing
Iron Man (2008) post credit scene
Throws movie into a new light and sets up the sequels [a1, Sep 22 2021]
||Nice idea, in principle, but I'm trying to think of an
example of this that wouldn't come as a massive let-down
||[+] I like it. Im the sort who always sits through
the credits* and appreciates the insight and
occasional jokes they offer. This is a good
||* As well as post-credit scenes, which often
illuminate plot details or offer a setup for sequels,
e.g., Iron Man (link)
||+ As long as they run the credits slow enough to
kind of ScoobyDo-ish.
||I don't see how it's possible without making a really bad movie.
||I sit through the credits for 2 reasons:
1: these days, a lot of movies (at least, the type I like) have
mid- & post-credits scenes.
2: as a "sign of respect" to those who made the movie.
It's very rare that I'm NOT the last to leave the theatre (when
watching on the big screen).
||Closing credits of 1955 film Les Diaboliques
||Ne soyez pas DIABOLIQUES!
Ne détruisez pas l'intérêt que pourraient prendre
vos amis à ce film.
Ne leur racontez pas ce que vous avez vu.
Merci pour eux.