How It Should Have Ended (2005– )

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A look back at how things would have been if your favorite movies had ended just a little differently.

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You ever wonder what a film would be like if a certain story quirk was handled more logically? This series endeavors to provide the answer with short vignettes illustrating how the films in question could be handled in the funniest manner possible. In addition, the clips for superhero films are accompanied by Superman and Batman chatting about them at a local eatery along with various guests when appropriate. Written by Kenneth Chisholm (

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30 June 2005 (USA)  »

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21 January 2013 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

The "How (Insert Movie Title) Should Have Ended" videos are spoofs of memorable blockbusters in which plot holes and lapses in logic are amusingly pointed out and made fun of. There are quite a few videos at this point, some of movies dating as far back as Jaws and Weird Science and Ghostbusters, and some amalgamations of two (or more) movies, like the Terminator and Back To The Future fusion which had me in stitches.

As wonderful as these HISHE videos are, I personally like the Super Café scenes even better. Super Café is a series of little scenes where Superman and Batman sit in a window booth of a café talking about various things: their own movies, other superhero movies, their phones and tweets and facebook updates, comicon, etc. Occasionally they're visited by other superheroes such as Professor X and Magneto, Iron Man, all of the Avengers, and even Super Mario, who is a little confused about his super status. These little scenes are an absolute delight. I only wish that there were more of them because I can't get enough.

The animation is rudimentary, but the art, the voices and especially the writing are excellent. Kudos, HISHE team, and please keep up the good work! Might I suggest a visit to the café from an unemployed and idle Wonder Woman next?

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