Originally Posted by Rambo
How anyone could have enjoyed The Soprano's ending is beyond me.
The ending gave us a glimpse into what it was like to be Tony. The scene in the diner, where he's constantly sizing up everyone and trying to figure out who might be a fed (or who might be there to kill him), was brilliant.
Plus, I thought it was clever how they didn't explicitly tell you what his ultimate fate was, letting the viewer put the pieces together on their own instead of making it obvious.
Like I said, when I first watched it I wasn't particularly impressed, but, looking back, I definitely think it was a "strong, satisfactory conclusion."