What do you mean "They went past the ending?"
I mean,that when I thought the plot was complete, the story continued. To me it was sort of like the sequel tacked onto the orignial. It was okay, but sort of longer than it needed to be.
The movies were 50 First Dates with Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore and Somethings Gotta Give with Jack Nicholson and Diane Keaton.
Both are cute movies and you have to love the story. But a funny thing happened when I was watching First Dates. I was so entranced that I forgot to go to dinner. When Adam and Drew finally kissed I shut off the film and hurried to dinner.
Later I came back and noticed that there were a lot of scenes listed that I didn't remember. I didn't remember them, because I hadn't seen them. They were in a part of the film that followed the big kiss that I had seen. I had missed their getting married, having kids, and moving to Alaska, duh. Like half the movie.
So I watched that movie too, sort of a 50 First Dates II.
In Somethings Gotta Give Nicholson and Keaton realize they are in love. Hooray, but the story doesn't end there. Nicholson plays a numbskull who can't bring himself to say "I love you" outloud, and Keaton plays a numbskull who has to hear it outloud or she cannot stand it.So they part, she moves to Paris, gets engaged and he alley-cats around for a year without her. In Something's Gotta Give II, Nicholson goes to Paris to find her, still can't say "I love you" out loud, but this time, at least, she accepts him without his saying it. Fade out in the Paris snow beneath the Eiffel Tower.
Four cute movies masquerading as two with attached sequels.