GRETA (2019) Ending Explained School strike for climate - save 2 months ago   15:16

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In the suspense thriller GRETA, a young woman (Chloe Grace Moretz) finds a purse on a subway and makes friends with its owner. But she comes to learn that Greta is not at all what she appears, as she turns obsessive and violent.

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Samuel Robinson
.......So, this isn't so much a movie ending explanation as it is a 16 minute rundown of the film in its entirety...spelling out what anyone who watched the movie already knew.

Ok. Whatever.
Master_DAN_Subs
I don’t get it, when she was locked in the room she tried to open the window, could she just fucking smash it with the chair she tried to hit the door with lmao
Byron Mansfield
The beggining sounded like the bloodborne death
Also Stephanie bales?
Anyone who can read can see that that said Samantha bales
Ale
What if the ending was a dream?
Sovann T
The entire time she could've just fight Greta.. Just a crazy old lady, nonetheless still an old lady, jesus Christ so many opportunities for escape lol
Vikram Kapoor
I'm surprised by all the small mistakes here... she did try to return the bag to the lost and found, one of their dads own the loft and they're "breaking it in", and she was looking for candle sticks not wine glasses... what's happening?
Steve VC
ENDING EXPLAINED???? LMAO You need to give people more credit. You must think we're all fucking idiots if we can't understand the ending. Seems there's only really one idiot here.
Bunker Sieben
Turn in the bag to police, not in person. You never know who you may encounter.
gjh
wait, what about the dog??
Queron Jones
I'll 360 a bitch if i have to
Kamilla Virág
Magyarok rajtam kívül?
Gacha Gracie
Is it just me or in zombie/supernatural/murder mystery movies, do people ALWAYS say ‘let’s spilt up’. I mean. That’s so dumb! If there is a killer/ghost/zombie somewhere then I would NOT want to split up. Comment if you agree with me. ._.
Radmon Carrington
*greta killed the detective*

3 second later


*dancing like a real psycopath*

Me: *am i joking to you*
Sam Hodd
this reminds me of the movie ma
Chocolate Fudge
The colors are georgeous in this movie
Chocolate Fudge
Ive just seen the movie. It pissed me off. The girl is at one point stuck in a box, greta opens the box and the girl doesnt jump at her throat doesnt punch her nothing.
Ha Nghiem
Who can i watch this movie... i can not find it?
zunkwind
12 minutes in and you've not spoken about the ending...for a video called Ending Explained theres not a long of explaining going on.
zunkwind
This guy got lots of details wrong. Candles not glasses, Samantha not Stephanie etc
Morphine Dreamzz
greta says she can't work her phone, which is an old ass nokia phone. when she starts blowing up frances phone, it's all imessages, nobody caught that? also this dude says "stephanie" like 7 times and the chicks name was "samantha". the movie was good but there are things that don't make sense.
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School strike for climate - save GRETA (2019) Ending Explained 2 months ago   11:11

Greta Thunberg realized at a young age the lapse in what several climate experts were saying and in the actions that were being taken in society. The difference was so drastic in her opinion that she decided to take matters into her own hands. Greta is a 15-year-old Stockholm native who lives at home with her parents and sister Beata. She’s a 9th grader in Stockholm who enjoys spending her spare time riding Icelandic horses, spending time with her families two dogs, Moses and Roxy. She love animals and has a passion for books and science. At a young age, she became interested in the environment and convinced her family to adopt a sustainable lifestyle. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx