VELVET BUZZSAW (2019) Ending Explained

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  • Published on:  Saturday, February 9, 2019
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    Enter 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.

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  • 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.

  • Aleck Ramon  (2 days ago)

    Same here he blew up very fucking quick

  • Tick Tac Boom  (3 days ago)

    Just Some Guy without a Mustache I remember back when YouTube wasn’t filled with attention whores like you

  • Emily Violet Marie  (Feb 9, 2019)

    I'm not 100 percent sure about this, but I think there actually is/was an artist who used his blood to paint something!this was a cool movie concept. Also, I love your kitty

  • Arlee Dennis  (16 hours ago)

    There was an episode of Criminal Minds where a serial killer was murdering people and painting their portrait in their blood.

  • Henry Williams  (4 days ago)

    Someone did use there blood to make the anguish man painting

  • Honeyydo  (Feb 9, 2019)

    The only death I was sad abt was Jake's character. He had good intentions & didn't know that it was stolen.

  • jake paul455  (18 hours ago)

    Rampage Camper why r u getting annoyed over a youtube comment, it just looks immature

  • poetwashere  (1 day ago)

    yea honestly i don't like that they killed him off

  • Veronika Alcoba  (Feb 16, 2019)

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

  • Abby R  (3 days ago)

    Veronika Alcoba I laughed so hard at the end when she found the third body. She just screamed “third one” or something similar like she was so done with everyone

  • jerrylharbin  (Feb 9, 2019)

    I wonder how much they paid the guy at 3:29 to put his hands in his pocket and tighten his pants to show off his butt?!? #thatsarealjob

  • Devonte Blair  (3 days ago)

    Haha true

  • jerrylharbin  (Feb 12, 2019)

    Lol he’s obviously fit with the cake but, he knew that butt was gone look good on camera and they knew it too. If I were a producer or director I’d say “ok, we need a wide shot oh and get that guy with a nice butt a call. You remember him? Yeah that one, and ask him what size he wears in khakis”

  • Level100Studios  (Feb 9, 2019)

    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

  • Johnson Kennedy  (Feb 15, 2019)

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  • bomber9912  (Feb 9, 2019)

    i think the interpretation of the ending wasnt good. I think the ghost will not return to haunt those who bought or sold the art for 5$, because the whole movie was a critique towards the art industry that tries to basically dictate whats art and what not and wants to make as much money as possible. I see many hints towards Banksy in this movie, who did similar stunts that fit this theme. For example did he literally sell his art for those 5$ to random people walking by even though they are worth now h...

  • Zarif Zafril  (3 days ago)

    i fucking cried reading this.

  • Vall Ey  (4 days ago)

    And about how critics destroy how art supposed to be felt. it's made people buy bcoz the critics was good or bad, not bcoz they like it.

  • Jannette Stanley  (Feb 9, 2019)

    The part where he says “sobriety hasn’t been good for him” and the woman says “this was when he was in the full swing of alcoholism” and he says “exactly”. Was like a back and forth of him saying that the art piece is good BUT he’s not making good art anymore. Not that it was him making a mistake. It was a conversation stating that he sucks now but he used to be really good.

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  • ShunRailer  (Feb 14, 2019)

    I completely agree with this. As someone who has a small background in exhibition culture from multiple different mediums, when I first heard that line I knew instantly that he was referring to the fact his art is no longer as good. The art world can be such a snooty place, guess it is why I loved this movie.

  • Maya Carmel  (Feb 9, 2019)

    Actually u made a mistake.. Rodora got rid of all art pieces in her home as she realizes that having art around is that which will lead to her death. The only piece of art she couldn’t get rid of or forgot about was her tattoo which eventually kills her ❤️

  • cynthia lebron  (5 days ago)

    That's what i thought too. Art is everywhere like the graffiti on the wall that kills Josephine. Tattoos is art and getting rid of the painting s was useless

  • I think it's also a bit because she never really changed. I mean she got rid of the art yeah, but only to save her butt. She still only sees art as a means to make money. I feel like the fact that she keeps her tattoo, and didn't see it as art, proves that she didn't change.

  • Samantha Hayes  (Feb 9, 2019)

    Did anyone else notice that the gas station the maintenance guy stopped at was called "Humble?" A bit ironic LOL thought that was clever that they threw that in there