Warning! Spoiler alerts! We’re not going to go into too much detail in summing up our favourite slushy sign-offs – but give you the option to watch them for yourself and feel your heart soar…

1. The Office Christmas Special

It’s fair to say that all wasn’t going well with the staff at Wernham Hogg, the Slough paper company managed by David Brent. But for the show that many watched through their fingers, this festive finale had a real feelgood factor. Find out (with strong language) what we mean…

 

2. An Officer and a Gentleman

This had everything! Richard Gere in uniform, a sweep-her-off-her-feet moment witnessed by the heroine’s workmates and a hit sloppy ballad, Up Where We Belong. Fairytale endings don’t come much better than this. See if you agree…

 

3. Crocodile Dundee

Outback-boy Mick thinks Sue doesn’t want him. So when she finds out he’s getting the subway to Grand Central station to go walkabout, she goes after him. The platform’s crowded and they’re at opposite ends, but commuters do all they can to reunite the couple. See how…

 

4. Dirty Dancing

Johnny gets fired because he was dating a guest, Frances Houseman (known as Baby). But he returns to Kellerman’s Resort on the last night, during the season revue. Johnny uses the famous: ‘Nobody puts Baby in a corner’ line and then this happens…

 

5. Four Weddings and a Funeral

Carrie and Charles rapidly become soaked as they declare their love for each other and, as Charles finishes his long speech, Carrie who’s now sodden, mutters: ‘Is it still raining. I hadn’t noticed…’ Witness their soggy shenanigans…