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Old 02-16-2013, 08:03 PM  
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Most Emotionally Gripping Movie Death Scenes

I'll start with the most terrific of them all:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=?v=9iC45-tMR34

EDIT: My contribution was a joke. Had no clue this would take off!

Likely my true favorite:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=?v=Ui8Y0Pqlg_4

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Old 02-16-2013, 10:30 PM   #31
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That movie is chock-full of dramatic deaths, some random and nihilistic and some up close and emotional. I could never choose the most dramatic of them.
Yeah, that's a good point and I totally agree. I don't know why that one just gets to me. I think it's just the fact that he's seen so much that his instincts just kick in to go to work on himself and then that sudden realization of his own mortality. But yeah, the more I think about all the other deaths in that movie I can see the different emotions in each one.
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Old 02-16-2013, 10:37 PM   #32
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Yeah, that's a good point and I totally agree. I don't know why that one just gets to me. I think it's just the fact that he's seen so much that his instincts just kick in to go to work on himself and then that sudden realization of his own mortality. But yeah, the more I think about all the other deaths in that movie I can see the different emotions in each one.
It's probably the mommy line that makes it stand out.

But I can't the images of those nameless guys exiting the U-Boats and just getting mowed down, and the slow menace of Mellish getting shivved in the stairwell out of my mind either.
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Old 02-16-2013, 10:48 PM   #33
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I didn't like William wallace's wife being tied up and having her throat slit like that. Unbearable to watch.
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Old 02-16-2013, 10:50 PM   #34
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It's probably the mommy line that makes it stand out.

But I can't the images of those nameless guys exiting the U-Boats and just getting mowed down, and the slow menace of Mellish getting shivved in the stairwell out of my mind either.
Oh yeah, the Mellish death was the first one to enter my mind after your last post. And the guys in the boats when the doors dropped...wow! My great uncle dove out of one of those boats that exact day on Omaha Beach and he watched the movie and said it was spot on. He hit the beach, fell down and was met with a bullet right next to his spine. I just can't get enough of WWII stuff.
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Old 02-16-2013, 10:52 PM   #35
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I didn't like William wallace's wife being tied up and having her throat slit like that. Unbearable to watch.
That was a tough one. I shouldn't have been surprised by it but the first time I watched it I just kept expecting Wallace to come storming in just in time.
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Old 02-16-2013, 10:56 PM   #36
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I just watched The Deer Hunter this weekend.

That scene at the end where Michael [De Niro] goes back to Vietnam to try and save Nicky [Walken] was emotionally devastating. He had a way out but he just didn't want to live anymore.
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Old 02-16-2013, 10:58 PM   #37
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Oh yeah, the Mellish death was the first one to enter my mind after your last post. And the guys in the boats when the doors dropped...wow! My great uncle dove out of one of those boats that exact day on Omaha Beach and he watched the movie and said it was spot on. He hit the beach, fell down and was met with a bullet right next to his spine. I just can't get enough of WWII stuff.
Yeah my maternal grandpa went through it all. Landing on Normandy, summiting the bluffs, laying among the dead pretending to be one of them as the bayonet patrols roamed through, Market Garden, clear into Berlin.

Never more than a buck private, but saw his way through.

My cousin thought It'd be funny to come up behind him and say Seig Heil as a teen sometime in the late 1980s and he got knocked the **** OUT.
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Old 02-16-2013, 11:03 PM   #38
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Yeah my maternal grandpa went through it all. Landing on Normandy, summiting the bluffs, laying among the dead pretending to be one of them as the bayonet patrols roamed through, Market Garden, clear into Berlin.

Never more than a buck private, but saw his way through.
Oh man, those would be stories I could listen to for hours! I appreciate everyone who has served but those guys have a special place in my heart.
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Old 02-16-2013, 11:12 PM   #39
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Oh man, those would be stories I could listen to for hours! I appreciate everyone who has served but those guys have a special place in my heart.
Yeah, my paternal grandpa's story isn't as harrowing, He served in the Aleutians, paved runways. But he also spent time on warships and watched them sink around him, and there were bombing raids. And he went a full stint 38-45

Amusingly his most lasting trauma was shitty rubber chicken. Never ate a chicken dish of any kind after service. Not a piece of KFC, not a chicken parmesan in the finest restaurant, not a chicken pot pie.
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Old 02-16-2013, 11:14 PM   #40
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I remember seeing that at school in 6th grade, and all the teachers were crying like babies at the back of the class.
Read the book then watched the movie in sixth grade. It emotionally haunts me in a way that It does psychologically.
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All Quiet on the Western Front actually wins for me. The scene where John Boy stabs the guy in a foxhole, then watches him slowly die and promises to write his family. I watched that movie with my mom when I was like seven, and I've never forgotten that scene.
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Yeah, my paternal grandpa's story isn't as harrowing, He served in the Aleutians, paved runways. But he also spent time on warships and watched them sink around him, and there were bombing raids. And he went a full stint 38-45

Amusingly his most lasting trauma was shitty rubber chicken. Never ate a chicken dish of any kind after service. Not a piece of KFC, not a chicken parmesan in the finest restaurant, not a chicken pot pie.
My grandfather I was close to served in Korea; no real interesting stories.

My other grandfather, who died before I was born and was probably one of the unluckiest men ever, used up all his luck in a tank in Italy, which was hit and overturned, killing everyone inside except him. He later lost an arm in a corn picker and then died some years after that after his tractor slipped out of gear and overturned, crushing him to death.

The gold medal goes to a great great uncle of mine, who was captured by the Japanese, only to have the Americans sink the ship he was on, killing him in the process.
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Check out the review on IMDB:

I will always have a soft spot in my heart for this movie......And a hard spot somewhere else. I haven't seen this movie since i was quite young, maybe 12 or 13, who knows. But what i do know is this is the movie that taught me how to masturbate. I kid you not. I have no idea if it is any good by any real standards of today, but for me, back then, it was everything.

The only reason i feel comfortable writing this is because i'm sure no one will ever get around to reading it. I mean, really, who is going to look up this movie these days?

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