VELVET BUZZSAW (2019) Ending Explained

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  • Published on: 09 February 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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  • Runtime : 20:6
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COMMENTS: 40

  • James Somogyi
    James Somogyi   4 hours ago

    Got to say I was very disappointed with velvet buzz saw. The trailer was a flat out lie really made it look like you was gonna watch a suspenseful thriller just for it to feel like a cheap tv show. I wasn't afraid once and everything was predictable and this was embarrassing for me since I got a bunch of friends to watch it and everyone just kept saying how this was a waste of time. Fantastic trailer but a terrible predictable film. Having said that I liked Jakes character it was acted well.

  • LYIA
    LYIA   11 hours ago

    This movie was a masterpiece....combining my two favorite things art and horror....loved the ending people forget tattoos are a form of art

  • Hailey Simmons
    Hailey Simmons   13 hours ago

    Netflix is a content behemoth. That's a perfect way of putting it...

  • Pedro Garcia
    Pedro Garcia   18 hours ago

    2:44 ah sadly or surprisingly pleasant the art market is a billion dollar industry. Get your art on yall-- capitalisticly speaking as a rule of thumb I keep to Dr. Maya Angelou's saying: "all knowledge is spendable currecy depending on the market, know everything" and so personalizing every business interaction so as to not depend heavyly on moral behavior. If I know my worth I can set the price to what I do ,if I know what others may pay i can adjust to that measure and so on and so forth.

  • sherbet_lemon
    sherbet_lemon   21 hours ago

    "just use a fucken crayon, or something" hahaha lol

  • Emilio Martinez
    Emilio Martinez   22 hours ago

    I was just waiting for him to bring up the Deez nuts memes. So happy he didn’t.

  • itzzz samuel
    itzzz samuel   23 hours ago

    Oh, I know why it was called velvet buzzsaw! It was because at the end the busses tattoo killed her and her blood was kind of velvet

  • bloodrunsclear
    bloodrunsclear   1 days ago

    An elite group of backstabbing profit-driven pretentious snobs claiming to represent art but actually catering only to their own echo chamber?I'm not sure this is a critique of the 'art world' so much as Hollywood XD

  • ChubbyBallz
    ChubbyBallz   1 days ago

    When he said “exactly” it meant he liked that specific piece smh

  • Jessica S
    Jessica S   1 days ago

    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.

  • QuiqueNet
    QuiqueNet   1 days ago

    Crappy movie. And even worse trailer

  • bunny
    bunny   1 days ago

    Why is every ‘ending explained’ video just someone going through the WHOLE movie scene by scene describing what happens as if we haven’t watched it... just talk about the ending? 🙈

  • Lois Pasion
    Lois Pasion   1 days ago

    This sounds a bit like guertena's gallery.... Ib, anyone?

  • Veronika Alcoba
    Veronika Alcoba   1 days ago

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

  • X-RYA
    X-RYA   1 days ago

    People are talking about josephina being flat and emotionless or whatever, but i didnt pick up on that

  • Testosterooster
    Testosterooster   1 days ago

    The actors did very good but the story didn't really go anywhere.

  • Hapad Yamatt
    Hapad Yamatt   1 days ago

    The paintings seemed to affect artists differently than the people trying to sell the paintings. The artists saw the paintings move and were captivated by the emotion behind the art. The vendors saw nothing until they were killed.

  • mizscoleman
    mizscoleman   1 days ago

    You have real talent and skill. And you are truely a movie lover. I hope you find great success now and into the future.

  • sora crys
    sora crys   1 days ago

    Don’t follow cat just shove in camera

  • Nina Linneboe
    Nina Linneboe   1 days ago

    Really love your channel.Would you do a tv show?I'm just curious about Ghost Wars.So confusing.Keep up the good work!

  • Katia The Cake-Loving Cat

    WARNING VERY LONG (i took my adhd meds for once)I disagree with the last bit about the cats. While Josephina following her cat is what started everything, I feel like the whole thing was more a test, to see if she would realize the fault of her work and change, or remain the same. She didn't change and that is what killed her. The reason Rhodora died after following her cat is because she only got rid of the stuff at her house. I think if she would have made a call then and there to stop everything (stop selling, get others to stop selling) it she would have been safe. But she didn't, and the fact that she just got rid of the paintings in her home shows that she hadn't really changed at all, and she only intended to protect herself, not change her actions.The theme I get from this movie is that all the people who died only changed their actions regarding Dease's painting, not their actions and opinions toward all art. They never really changed unlike Damrish, who returned to his underground exihbits or, more symbolically, returned to the true meaning of art. Morf also didn't really learn as he, like Rhodora, only tried to stop the selling because of the danger. Even though he did it to protect others, and not just himself, he didn't really change when it came to the core purpose of high-brow art, to make money. His bad reviews not only ruined careers, but probably also stripped the artist of their ability (due to lack of income) or even their motivation to create art. While their biggest sin was and obsession with money, it was also the fact that in their pursuit of it they buried true art, that held meaning and emotion, that was made to inspired and express under pieces made for profit only. I think the reason Dease's painting were so compelling was because he literally put himself into them (I mean his spirit is actually attached to his paintings, and they contain his blood so...) as all art should. My opinion is that all art made with passion and and hard work. Whether the work is physically difficult (requiring skill or just takes a long time) or emotionally difficult (artist has to fight for motivation due to illness/lack of inspiration or just pours their heart and soul into it), the piece takes that emotion and expresses it. It's why those little plaques in museums are so important, or why art someone you know makes can be so much more important that that Picasso.The people who died didn't just not see it themselves, they also actively disabled other from seeing it. Hoboman is a piece made to tell a story, but because it is similar to something someone else made, Morf says it's a bad piece. The story and meaning in him is buried and doomed to be forgotten. In their pursuit of money are burying and forcing artists to strip meaning from their work in order to sell and survive, and overall erasing the real purpose of art. The ones who realize this and change survive and are better for it. The ones who don't and continue with their old ways or only change to save themselves but don't actually learn, die. I don't think Dease's spirit is actively working toward this goal, but I think the sheer amount of emotion in his work (his blood, his illness, his abuse) and maybe some frustration from the high-brow world (he clearly didn't show his art, and it could have been due to inability to climb the status ladder) manifested into a new purpose for his work. The paintings became a tool to reshape the art world, and restore the real meaning of art, while at the same time purging of the people who corrupt in for money.tl;dr the keep following kitties but be ready to learn from what they show you and remember that while money is important to survive, it should never become more important than other people, how they feel, and how you feel. Keep in touch with your emotions, be aware of others' , and you won't be murdered by haunted art.

  • Emme Hall
    Emme Hall   1 days ago

    This movie had SO MUCH potential

  • SandyTheMaster
    SandyTheMaster   1 days ago

    Another great example of not following cats: Alien

  • Janka Merwe
    Janka Merwe   2 days ago

    actual explanation only starts at 17:32

  • Dan Penaranda
    Dan Penaranda   2 days ago

    I can't with this movie. I watched it expecting real blood action or something??? but nada. it ONLY GOT INTENSE in the last 13 minutes (minus the credits) The movie is pretty but not that engaging. I'm so sorry I feel so mean writing this.

  • Kyla wilson
    Kyla wilson   2 days ago

    So, I recommended this movie earlier, but I’ll do it again. Please watch “They’re Watching” (2016) found footage film, based in Moldova, and has creepy villagers. I really can’t give more away without spoiling the movie besides it being cleverly written, you actually like the characters, and it’s a movie to not take seriously. I usually am disappointed in most found footage films, but I loved this one for its cleverness. Please please review or just watch it!

  • Cool Goby Fish
    Cool Goby Fish   2 days ago

    I was dissapointed with this film. The have a great set up, but went nowhere with it. No explanation or any kind of real point. People just killed by "art" and that's it. also, why was John Malcovic there? his character is completely pointless