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1. I was disappointed at the movie's ending.

2. I was disappointed with the movie's ending.

3. I was disappointed in the movie's ending.

4. I was disappointed by the movie's ending.

(They are passive voice sentences. Which one is right? Which preposition do we have to use?)

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    All are correct, and all are used by just about everyone. It's a strange one! It doesn't seem to matter which preposition you use, in this case!!

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