10. "The Graduate" (1967)

Katharine Ross and Dustin Hoffman's Ben Braddock successfully end Elaine Robinson's wedding, and the two flee on a bus. The two are examined by the camera as they reflect on what they have just done after the initial excitement has subsided.

9. "Chinatown" (1974)

It's already too late for Jake Gittes (Jack Nicholson) to stop Noah Cross' (John Huston) and Evelyn Mulwray's (Faye Dunaway) twisted love affair.

8. "Carrie" (1976)

When you think the Stephen King novel adaptation is finished terrifying you, director Brian De Palma adds one more scare at the very end.

7. "2001: A Space Odyssey" (1968)

A technological masterpiece, "2001" by Stanley Kubrick's conclusion. Keir Dullea's David Bowman crashes into the monolith.

6. "The Third Man" (1949)

The stunning conclusion of Carol Reed's noir movie is evidence that sometimes deeds really do speak louder than words.

5. "Seven" (1995)

The shocking turn in David Fincher's "Seven" brings a police whodunit that we thought couldn't get any crazier to a thrilling conclusion.

4. "Casablanca" (1942)

Rick (Humphrey Bogart), who had intended to leave with Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman), instead shockingly orders her to travel to America with Victor (Paul Henreid).

3. "Citizen Kane" (1941)

The meaning of "Rosebud" That is the word MacGuffin that Orson Welles uses as a plot device in his classic film to describe the life of Charles Foster Kane.

2. "The Usual Suspects" (1995)

The revelation that "Verbal" Kint (Kevin Spacey) is actually the legendary crime lord Keyser Söze in the final minutes is one of the most unexpected twists in movie history and may never be equaled.

1. "Planet of the Apes" (1968)

George Taylor (Charlton Heston), who initially believed he was on a planet where apes descended from humans, discovers that he has actually been on Earth the entire time after viewing the Statue of Liberty in ruins.