Are there any movies that you enjoyed up to a certain point, only to be disappointed by what you felt was a wrong turn or a misstep in the plot? Here's a few I can think of offhand: Grosse Pointe Blank - When the two FBI agents are [unnecessarily] killed, it was done in such an offhand manner that I found it distasteful. The Game - When the Michael Douglas character tries to commit suicide by jumping off a building, I felt that the writers had gone too far - they were stretching the bounds of credibility and my enjoyment of the film took a nosedive. Mark of the Vampire - This 1935 vampire chiller, directed by Tod Browning, is atmospheric and eerie, but the stupid, nonsensical "surprise" ending killed it for me. Whatever. What can you come up with?