Here are the Best End Credits/Title Sequences in Hollywood Movies in no particular order.
Into the Wild ends with a dead McCandless in the bus and the camera zooms out to show the river. And then there is the picture of the real McCandless in front of the bus with the dedication and the credits tell how his body was found.
The end credits of The Social Network begin with Mark still lonely after having created Facebook and refreshing the screen multiple times after having sent a Friend Request. We are shown what happened with the case and then there are interviews of Aaron Sorkin who wrote the screenplay, Jesse Eisenberg and Andrew Garfield.
The Bloodsport end credits are very detailed about Frank W Dux’s life – about his matches and knockouts and so on. Thanks to Baba for this.
The Motorcycle Diaries end credits start off with Black and White pictures of people from the movie journey followed by pictures of Che Guevara’s real journey across South America. Lovely background music by Gustavo Santaolalla.
Blue Valentine end credits are very beautifully done with fireworks, lighting and pictures of Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams.
The Imposter end credits show what happened to Bourdin and the case of the missing kid with interviews of the real family and Bourdin dancing like Michael Jackson.
Sherlock Holmes end Credits are very artistically done with scenes transforming into drawings. Excellent background score by Hans Zimmer.
Slumdog Millionaire end credits start with a kiss and the quiz show answer “D: It is written”. The song Jai Ho starts with the English Names written with a line at the top making them appear as if they are written in Hindi. The names appear in motion across pictures of actors who played a role with colorful backgrounds. Scenes of the younger Jamal and Latika dancing are interspersed with the older Jamal and Latika dancing.Tags: Articles Bloodsport Blue Valentine Exclusive Hollywood Into the Wild Sherlock Holmes Slumdog Millionaire The Imposter The Motorcycle Diaries The Social Network