The worst movie endings in the history of cinema

These movie endings are the epitome of anti-climactic

#28 Every Day

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You know how people say that you should love a soul and not a face? Well, the 2018 romance drama titled “Every Day”, kicks it up a notch. “Every Day” follows the strange life of a spirit named A, who inhabits a different person’s body every single day. When he falls in love with Rhiannon (Angourie Rice), their lives become a chaotic game of “come find me”. We found it quite interesting and beautiful how Rhiannon could love A in any form, no matter his face, size, skin color, race, or gender. Now, that’s real love right there.

We honestly shipped these two so bad that it literally hurt us when A made the difficult decision to leave Rhiannon to live a healthier lifestyle than he could ever offer her. The movie ends with Rhiannon looking at an Instagram post by A, who apparently moved to another city. Ah, here come the tears again. We did not want it to end that way.