Flicks in Pieces Oct. 20: Credits Crashers 

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Flicks in Pieces is a weekly feature devoted not to entire movies, but to the individual parts of them that we love and loathe.

A movie is over when the credits start to roll ... right? Well, not always.

Every once in a while, filmmakers aren't ready for their fun to end when we start to see the name of the key grip and the best boy. Comedies throw in outtakes; Pixar even started to create fake "outtakes" for its animated films. And sometimes dramas, thrillers and summer blockbusters can also throw audiences a special bone at the very, very end.

What are your most -- and least -- favorite uses of credits and post-credits entertainment?

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