VELVET BUZZSAW (2019) Ending Explained

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  • Published on:  Saturday, February 9, 2019
  • #velvetbuzzsaw #endingexplained #netflixEnter the high stakes and high dollar world of modern art in the horror comedy VELVET BUZZSAW, where it appears that newly discovered pieces of art of connected or possibly responsible for an increasing string of mysterious murders. Featuring an all star cast led by Jake Gyllenhaal, Toni Collete, Rene Russo and John Malkovich this hilarious and gruesome satire leaves us with many questions in the end. Learn all about the film's true meaning, the strange killer paintings, the artist behind them, and explaining the quite open ending.Subscribe! ►► FoundFlix on Patreon! ►► ►► ►► ►► MAIL:FoundFlix6009 W Parker Rd Suite 149-174Plano TX 75093
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  • Veronika Alcoba

    Veronika Alcoba

     6 months ago +773

    I just found it so funny Coco witnessed almost all the deaths :L She was so fed up by the end 😂

  • Flint Locke

    Flint Locke

     6 months ago +157

    Jake Gyllenhaal looks like he could play the main character in the game "We Happy Few".

  • One Really Grumpy Jill

    One Really Grumpy Jill

     6 months ago +380

    As a cat owner I can confirmed that you should never follow a cat.

  • Crusader Maximus

    Crusader Maximus

     5 months ago +52

    When someone says "Destroy these {Insert Object}" you probably should do so.

  • Just Some Guy without a Mustache

    Just Some Guy without a Mustache

     6 months ago +2273

    I remember back when I was part of the first 140k subscribers for this channel. I would love to congratulate him on coming so far with his content.

  • Omlet Man

    Omlet Man

     6 months ago +152

    We not talking about how the gas station was called Humble

  • Frankie Warman

    Frankie Warman

     2 months ago +96

    I feel like Jake's death was the only one that shouldn't of happened.
    Like, he was the only one that tried to right the wrongs and tried to do what was right. Like damn.

  • Christian Newaye

    Christian Newaye

     5 months ago +170

    “Once I built a railroad” , It’s a direct reference to the old song about our workers during the great depression being completely thrown away by society after working to build all the buildings roads and grill ways not to mention fighting in the first world war just in an instant being cast away by society

  • Rachel M

    Rachel M

     6 months ago +54

    Did anyone else find this film anticlimactic? I feel Jake Gyllenhaal did a FANTASTIC job, but I was left "wanting" for more story/content.

  • Level100Studios


     6 months ago +1897

    I actually really liked this movie and might I say jake is one hell of a actor when put in certain roles with a good script

  • Regular Dude

    Regular Dude

     6 months ago +100

    I thought the part where he says "exactly" in reference to the painting wasn't a mistake, but rather him stating that the artwork he was looking at was decent, because it was painted when the artist was an alcoholic, and maybe all his new works were crap because he's not drunk anymore.

  • Untamed TV

    Untamed TV

     6 months ago +58

    Rhodora didnt stop because she was almost crushed, she was informed about Morfs death after Coco found him and she tried to call Josephine but she didn’t answer cause she was dead, remembering what morf told her

  • Imogen S

    Imogen S

     3 months ago +51

    Honestly the only 3 things I liked about this film:
    1. Jakey
    2. John Malkovich
    3. The way Morf being bisexual(?) isn't made a big deal in his character development

  • Jay HM

    Jay HM

     6 months ago +91

    I saw someone write this somewhere else but important to note is that every character dies while trying to move, hide or destroy the art. Morf keeping some pieces for himself in storage, Bryson stealing the paintings, Jon and Gretchen when making big sales, Josephina trying to remove the picture off her phone, Rhadora when getting rid of the paintings. Even Dease himself dies while trying to destroy his art. The idea, beside just the blatant "art for the sake of art, not money" theme - is that art will kill to be seen.

  • D Mittleman

    D Mittleman

     6 months ago +431

    I wish Morf had been allowed to live. He seems like he genuinely wanted to make things right.

  • Yael Dalton

    Yael Dalton

     6 months ago +58

    I love how Shaggy always manages to use .02% of his power to make these ending explained videos

  • Jephthah San Pedro

    Jephthah San Pedro

     6 months ago +62

    I don't think those people who bought the paintings from the street is going to get killed by the curse. The seller is simply selling it not out of greed or bad intentions but selling it as it is, a painting that need not be millions in value to have worth. Its price tag isn't making the painting more worthy or not. It is simply art for art's sake, not profit. That is how "art" should be and this is in contrast to those "critics" that a painting is only as good as its price tag.

  • Ryan Spears

    Ryan Spears

     6 months ago +31

    I don't think spirit of Dease will attack any of the people who purchased the art. He seemed to only go after people who were greedily profiting from his artwork. The guy on the street got money for it, but he didn't really care for it or believe it had real value, so he's in the clear too

  • Everything Anastasia

    Everything Anastasia

     3 months ago +11

    I don’t watch the movies. I watch ending explained 😂

  • Jessica S

    Jessica S

     6 months ago +9

    The whole credit scene I was on the edge of my seat afraid that John Malkovich was going to be swallowed up by the sand.