The film's brilliance is unsurpassed, and the resolution is genuinely satisfying. The quantity and duration of the happy endings we are forced to witness are the issues with this. 

10. The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King (2003)

Crazy, Stupid, Love shouldn't have a happy ending for Emily. Despite cheating on her husband and not treating him properly overall, she manages to keep the house and the kids and yet has a happy ending. It's not what she deserved, but it's probably the conclusion you were hoping for.

9. Crazy, Stupid, Love (2011)

Excellent film. Really excellent film, in fact. However, the ending is a little contrived, which spoils it. The majority of these movies move at a set speed before hurriedly rushing to provide a satisfying conclusion for everyone. It would have been a better movie if Cage hadn't survived.  

8. Edge of Tomorrow (2014)

Even though the conclusion suggests that Tom will treat Autumn, the new girl, differently, it's likely that he will continue the destructive tendencies he shown with Summer.

7. 500 Days of Summer (2009) 

Christof persists and eventually enters the real world in spite of his attempts to control the circumstances, including tossing Truman into a storm. Both the real crowd and those watching the movie together experience Truman's momentous release. But Truman's own celebrity in the real world is sure to stun him.

6. The Truman Show (1998) 

The film's happy conclusion is merely a brief chapter in Barbie's story of challenging gender stereotypes and bringing about a cultural revolution. Barbie will only become more radicalized as she learns what it's like to be a real woman, and she'll probably be involved in more significant changes in both Barbieland and the outside world.

5. Barbie (2023) 

The enormous power vacuum that the ultimate demise of Voldemort and the Death Eaters created was waiting to be filled by the numerous other cunning villains of the wizarding world. Furthermore, the next generation of Hogwarts pupils will undoubtedly be the focus of anyone wanting retribution for Voldemort's demise.

4. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 (2011) 

The cycle has finished, therefore it's a happy ending, but Yona and Timmy don't have much chance of living without the train shielding them from the post-apocalyptic outside world.

3. Snowpiercer (2013)

It's business as usual for Gotham's career criminals, even with a new protector in the picture - especially without guys like Batman and Bane to keep the underground in check.

2. The Dark Knight Rises (2012) 

The conclusion touches on issues of survival, atonement, and the dynamic character of the post-apocalyptic world. Still unresolved is the water crisis, and there is even water waste in the last moments. Even though Immortan Joe is no longer there, the freed Citadel still faces more difficult issues.

1. Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)