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I like the theater cut ending too but the ORIGINAL ENDING you can find on the new DVD / Blu-Ray 25th Ann. It explains more about Lana and also completes here more as a character.Same for Joel - In my opinion it is more "real Joel character" than in the theater ending - It just doesn't fit to Joel to make the joke about that 20 dollars...And after that, come back here and give us your views on it, especially about the previously unreleased "Brickman ending".I personaly think that the "Brickman ending" is better and more corresponds with the atmosphere of the movie and both main characters - I also believe that it brings more light on all the events.In fact, the chemistry between the two was so intense and real that the director turned away because he was embarrassed.
One day I turned to this online dating site just for fun had nothing else to do and created an account (although I'm single, but not desperate) haha. Based on our conversations, he seems nice (or too early to judge) and asked me to talk to him over the phone. he has a picture but I have no picture profile yet he still chats with me. Whenever he comes back to the states, should I offer to pick him up and see each other for the first time?
However, up until recently, we didn't have the chance to see it.
That has been rectified by the new special edition DVD & Blu-ray.
My opinion: JOELWe can see in the final scene that Joel is a real nice guy and that he would probably NOT continue in any activities like he was forced to do due to the U-Boat incident.
Now he knows that this happens just once in a life - he grabbed the chance and took the risk and it was not all clean as we know, but it made him stronger and proved who he really was - I see it that at Princeton he would be a "Good Son" again but with all the new experiences and more mature view on life.
LANAThe conversation at the end reveals her more as a person and completes her as a character.