The 201 most unforgettable film death scenes of all time

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  1. gblews

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    You know, what might help your thread and possibly make it more note resting, would be if gave a brief reason for why you thought a particular death was so unforgettable. Several of these movies I’v never or heard of, so giving a brief reason tyou’ve listed a death scene might alleviate the need to have seen the movie. :)

    Maybe you can consider this at least when you get to the top 10.
     
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  2. The Conscience of TNZ

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    Josh Brolin dies in TRUE GRIT, though we've covered that recently. He's been on the list longer than Dad, but neither one ever set foot in Westwood.;)

    Not a bad idea, so any and all feedback questions for any unseen movie will be happily answered in that fashion. More of the 203 than not are well-known, and some will be unforgettable for obvious reasons. Just ask separately and you shall receive. This way I get to talk less until questions are raised.:cool:

    Most of the top 10 are relatively famous, though I anticipate some of them will raise questions or eyebrows.
     
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    201b James Brolin, WESTWORLD
    201 Gael Garcia Bernal and wife in OLD
    200 Warren Beatty, THE PARALLAX VIEW
    199 Brooke Shields, COMMUNION, better known as ALICE SWEET ALICE
    198 Clint Eastwood, THE BEGUILED
    197 Piper Perabo, LOST AND DELIRIOUS
    196 Colm Meaney's plane in DIE HARD 2
    195 ScarJo in UNDER THE SKIN
    194 Worthwess Awec Bawdwin in TEAM AMERICA: WORLD POLICE
    193 Lucas Donat as Mark Thorn in DAMIEN: OMEN II
    192 Tom Cruise, EDGE OF TOMORROW
    191 Alicia Witt, FUN
    190 Elle Fanning, THE NEON DEMON
    189 The Elvis ''Battle Hymn'' shootout in KICK-ASS
    188 Jim Caviezel, THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST (one of the rare major films I don't expect to watch a second time)
    187 Hillary Swank, THE HOMESMAN
    186 JFK
    185 Sigourney Weaver, ALIEN 3
    184 The voice of Gaston, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
    183 Brendan Gleeson, 28 DAYS LATER
    182 Knuckles from BUGSY MALONE
    181 The British boy on the bus with the bomb in SABOTAGE
    180 The Romanov family, NICHOLAS AND ALEXANDRA
    179 Martin Landau, NORTH BY NORTHWEST
    178 Josh Brolin, TRUE GRIT
    177 Hippies in the wrong house, ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD
    176 Bill Nunn as Radio Raheem, DO THE RIGHT THING
    175 Ed Lauter, MAGIC
    174 Jon Voight, MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE
    173 Samantha Eggar, THE COLLECTOR
    172 Immortan Joe, MAD MAX: FURY ROAD
    171 Jet Li, LETHAL WEAPON 4
    170 Sadie Frost, BRAM STOKER'S DRACULA (as a human, not a vampire)
    169 Paul Bettany, AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR
    168 George and Martha's ''son'' in WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?
    167 Maggie Gyllenhaal, THE DARK KNIGHT
    166 Kurt Russell, THE HATEFUL EIGHT:barf::barf::barf::barf::barf::barf:
    165 Tommy Udo's mom in KISS OF DEATH
    164 John Wayne in THE SHOOTIST
    163 Kenneth McMillan as Baron Harkonnen in DUNE
    162 Stellan Skarsgard, RONIN
    161 Richard Chamberlain, THE TOWERING INFERNO
    160 Derrick O'Connor, LETHAL WEAPON 4
    159a Robert Duvall, COLORS
    159 Jim Brown, THE DIRTY DOZEN
    158 Ray Park, THE PHANTOM MENACE
    157 Roddy McDowall, ESCAPE FROM THE PLANET OF THE APES (to me, the saddest single film death of all time)
    156 Steve McQueen, THE SAND PEBBLES
    155 Hugo Weaving, THE MATRIX
    154 Norman Lloyd, SABOTEUR
    153 Albert Hall as the Chief in APOCALYPSE NOW
    152 D-D-D-D-Derek Jacobi f-f-for DEAD AGAIN
    151 Montgomery Clift, FROM HERE TO ETERNITY
    150 Alan Rickman as Snape in HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS, PART 2
    149 David Keith, AN OFFICER AND A GENTLEMAN
    148 E.G. Robinson, LITTLE CAESAR
    147 Peter Wyngarde as Klytus in FLASH GORDON (he died way too soon)
    146 Forest Whitaker, THE CRYING GAME
    145 Basil Rathbone, THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD
    144 Neidermeyer, NATIONAL LAMPOON'S ANIMAL HOUSE
    143 Kathy Bates, PRIMARY COLORS
    142 Michael Biehn, TOMBSTONE
    141 Ted Levine as ''Buffalo Bill'' in SILENCE OF THE LAMBS (beating out Chuck Napier by a hair)

    New additions

    140 Jackie Earle Haley, WATCHMEN
    139 Robert Patrick, TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY
    138 Cliff Gorman, GHOST DOG: THE WAY OF THE SAMURAI
    137 Ben Affleck, DOGMA (momentarily mispelled as DOGMAN, which almost seemed fitting):guffaw:
    136 Paul McCrane, ROBOCOP
    135 Roy Scheider, MARATHON MAN
    134 Glenn Ford, SUPERMAN
    133 Sam Waterston, CAPRICORN ONE
    132 Jeff Goldblum, THE FLY
    131 Tonto the cat, HARRY AND TONTO
     
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  4. FormerLurker

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    When you saw this, did you recognize him from "FAME"?
     
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    I don't think he or OJ Simpson died in Capricorn One.

    We never saw them killed or dead, and I don't think they would have killed them until all three were caught.
     
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  6. Kor

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    How about Paycheck (2003), when Wolfe sees the future footage of himself getting caught in the explosion of the booby-trapped machine moments before it actually happens, and in trying to get away he does exactly what he just saw himself doing.

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    Old Yeller?
     
  8. The Conscience of TNZ

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    I never saw that one, unfortunately. I did see PAYCHECK. Once.

    I sure did. His big red Afro never made it to Old Detroit.

    That's (very) slightly possible, and it's also possible that OJ and Sam couldn't be retrieved until Hal Holbrook got arrested. But as Brolin commented to them earlier ''We.....are dead. We're dead.'' The intention was to bring back all three after several months duration on the mission. But then the heat shield on the empty spacecraft accidentally blew. That meant Holbrook could not realistically return the astronauts without revealing they weren't actually in the capsule. Ergo cognito kumquat, there goes the conspiracy. So Brolin reasoned that at that point, all three of them were walking dead men. When it was Brolin's turn to get captured, he struck first to survive . And the second man kept firing on him, not apparently to wound. He was a lousy shot, but his mission wasn't to capture.

    Had all three still been actually alive, we would have at least deserved a positive coda which never happened after the funeral. It'd be a bit less dramatic, but the fact they never are shown again is not promising.

    There were two novelizations of CAPRICORN ONE. Ron Goulart's American one was as coy on Sam and OJ's fates as the film. In the British tie-in, both are killed on page.

    When I first NBC's butchered-for-TV airing of CAPRICORN in 1981, I too believed the first two astronauts were only captured. Peter Hyams tricked me as well. Then at the end, when the movie wrapped up with no sign of Sam or OJ it suddenly clicked to me, and I though ''Oh, BLEEP!'' and wondered whether Goldsmith's excellent end theme wasn't too triumphant. But at least Barbra Streisand was happy as both of her husbands made it. :cool:

    I still miss Sam's character to this day. All that mountain-climbing effort for nothing. As for OJ's.....sorry 'bout that, ol' chap. :angel:
     
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  9. The Conscience of TNZ

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    Where wuz we? Oh, yes.

    201b James Brolin, WESTWORLD
    201 Gael Garcia Bernal and wife in OLD
    200 Warren Beatty, THE PARALLAX VIEW
    199 Brooke Shields, COMMUNION, better known as ALICE SWEET ALICE
    198 Clint Eastwood, THE BEGUILED
    197 Piper Perabo, LOST AND DELIRIOUS
    196 Colm Meaney's plane in DIE HARD 2
    195 ScarJo in UNDER THE SKIN
    194 Worthwess Awec Bawdwin in TEAM AMERICA: WORLD POLICE
    193 Lucas Donat as Mark Thorn in DAMIEN: OMEN II
    192 Tom Cruise, EDGE OF TOMORROW
    191 Alicia Witt, FUN
    190 Elle Fanning, THE NEON DEMON
    189 The Elvis ''Battle Hymn'' shootout in KICK-ASS
    188 Jim Caviezel, THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST (one of the rare major films I don't expect to watch a second time)
    187 Hillary Swank, THE HOMESMAN
    186 JFK
    185 Sigourney Weaver, ALIEN 3
    184 The voice of Gaston, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
    183 Brendan Gleeson, 28 DAYS LATER
    182 Knuckles from BUGSY MALONE
    181 The British boy on the bus with the bomb in SABOTAGE
    180 The Romanov family, NICHOLAS AND ALEXANDRA
    179 Martin Landau, NORTH BY NORTHWEST
    178 Josh Brolin, TRUE GRIT
    177 Hippies in the wrong house, ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD
    176 Bill Nunn as Radio Raheem, DO THE RIGHT THING
    175 Ed Lauter, MAGIC
    174 Jon Voight, MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE
    173 Samantha Eggar, THE COLLECTOR
    172 Immortan Joe, MAD MAX: FURY ROAD
    171 Jet Li, LETHAL WEAPON 4
    170 Sadie Frost, BRAM STOKER'S DRACULA (as a human, not a vampire)
    169 Paul Bettany, AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR
    168 George and Martha's ''son'' in WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?
    167 Maggie Gyllenhaal, THE DARK KNIGHT
    166 Kurt Russell, THE HATEFUL EIGHT:barf::barf::barf::barf::barf::barf:
    165 Tommy Udo's mom in KISS OF DEATH
    164 John Wayne in THE SHOOTIST
    163 Kenneth McMillan as Baron Harkonnen in DUNE
    162 Stellan Skarsgard, RONIN
    161 Richard Chamberlain, THE TOWERING INFERNO
    160 Derrick O'Connor, LETHAL WEAPON 4
    159a Robert Duvall, COLORS
    159 Jim Brown, THE DIRTY DOZEN
    158 Ray Park, THE PHANTOM MENACE
    157 Roddy McDowall, ESCAPE FROM THE PLANET OF THE APES (to me, the saddest single film death of all time)
    156 Steve McQueen, THE SAND PEBBLES
    155 Hugo Weaving, THE MATRIX
    154 Norman Lloyd, SABOTEUR
    153 Albert Hall as the Chief in APOCALYPSE NOW
    152 D-D-D-D-Derek Jacobi f-f-for DEAD AGAIN
    151 Montgomery Clift, FROM HERE TO ETERNITY
    150 Alan Rickman as Snape in HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS, PART 2
    149 David Keith, AN OFFICER AND A GENTLEMAN
    148 E.G. Robinson, LITTLE CAESAR
    147 Peter Wyngarde as Klytus in FLASH GORDON (he died way too soon)
    146 Forest Whitaker, THE CRYING GAME
    145 Basil Rathbone, THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD
    144 Neidermeyer, NATIONAL LAMPOON'S ANIMAL HOUSE
    143 Kathy Bates, PRIMARY COLORS
    142 Michael Biehn, TOMBSTONE
    141 Ted Levine as ''Buffalo Bill'' in SILENCE OF THE LAMBS (beating out Chuck Napier by a hair)
    140 Jackie Earle Haley, WATCHMEN
    139 Robert Patrick, TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY
    138 Cliff Gorman, GHOST DOG: THE WAY OF THE SAMURAI
    137 Ben Affleck, DOGMA (momentarily mispelled as DOGMAN, which almost seemed fitting):guffaw:
    136 Paul McCrane, ROBOCOP
    135 Roy Scheider, MARATHON MAN
    134 Glenn Ford, SUPERMAN
    133 Sam Waterston, CAPRICORN ONE
    132 Jeff Goldblum, THE FLY
    131 Tonto the cat, HARRY AND TONTO

    New arrivals

    130 Andy Robinson as ''Scorpio'' in DIRTY HARRY
    129 Daniel Day-Lewis, THE CRUCIBLE
    128 Daryl Hannah, KILL BILL, Vol. 2 (I consider her unshown toast without proof)
    127 Willem Dafoe, PLATOON
    126 John Travolta, PULP FICTION (very loop-worthy)
    125 Mieko Harada as Lady Kaede in RAN (''chaos'')
    124 Charlton Heston, BENEATH THE PLANET OF THE APES
    123 Paul Muni, SCARFACE
    122 All the moments with Daniel Radcliffe's corpse in SWISS ARMY MAN (virtually the whole movie)
    121 Orson Welles, TOUCH OF EVIL

    And ten more to wrap up the week

    120 Jeremy Irons and Jeremy Irons, DEAD RINGERS
    119 Laurence Harvey, THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE
    118 Josh Brolin's wife in NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN
    117 Randy Quaid, INDEPENDENCE DAY
    116 Robert Shaw as ''Mr. Blue'' in THE TAKING OF PELHAM ONE TWO THREE
    115 Susan Sarandon, JOE
    114 Tom Sizemore, SAVING PRIVATE RYAN
    113 Katharine Ross, THE STEPFORD WIVES
    112 Harold Sakata as ''Oddjob'' in GOLDFINGER
    111 Claude Rains, NOTORIOUS (as I see it)

    Hmmm.:cool:

    110 Gwyneth Paltrow, SE7EN
    109 Kim Novak, VERTIGO
    108 Toshiro Mifune, THE SEVEN SAMURAI
    107 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
    106 Biggs, STAR WARS (one of nine who might still be alive if not for Han)
    105 Courtney B. Vance, HAMBURGER HILL
    104 T.K. Carter, SOUTHERN COMFORT
    103 President Charles Durning, TWILIGHT'S LAST GLEAMING
    102 John Wayne, THE ALAMO
    101 Jack Nicholson, ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST

    Yes.

    100 Riff, then Bernardo in WEST SIDE STORY
    99 Tim Roth and Harvey Keitel, RESERVOIR DOGS
    98 ''Mr. Roberts is dead.''
    97 Gene Hackman, UNFORGIVEN
    96 ScarJo again, this time for JOJO RABBIT
    95 Patrick Stewart, X-MEN: FIRST CLASS
    94 James Cagney, ANGELS WITH DIRTY FACES
    93 Marcel Bozzuffi, THE FRENCH CONNECTION
    92 Everybody, ON THE BEACH
    91 Robert Redford's six office associates, 3 DAYS OF THE CONDOR

    I must not post a third post until someone else does. Three is the thread-killer.:cool:

    90 Hilary Swank again for MILLION DOLLAR BABY
    89 Danny Trejo, CON AIR
    88 Orson Welles, this time for CITIZEN KANE
    87 Boris Karloff, FRANKENSTEIN
    86 Peter Finch, NETWORK
    85 Hitler, INGLORIOUS BASTERDS
    84 The actor most know as ''Spoon'' from DOG SOLDIERS
    83 Abe Vigoda, THE GODFATHER
    82 Moscow nuked with Ed Binns, FAIL-SAFE
    81 Sean Connery, THE UNTOUCHABLES

    Indeed.
     
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  10. Sad Kelpian Child

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    It was pretty clear Daryl Hannah’s fate was sealed the way they showed that snake watching her flail around.
     
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  11. The Conscience of TNZ

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    Yeah, good point. I forgot about that. We could give her a two percent chance at making it out of there, but do we really want that possibility on our shoulders?

    One more thought regarding CAPRICORN ONE. Some of the later VHSes and an early DVD or two sported these sentences on their covers: ''Their mission was a fake. Their deaths were real.'' That's almost as bad as titling your suspense pic FIVE CAME BACK. Or the first EXPENDABLES when nobody important actually dies except the villains. Rip-off.



    201b James Brolin, WESTWORLD
    201 Gael Garcia Bernal and wife in OLD
    200 Warren Beatty, THE PARALLAX VIEW
    199 Brooke Shields, COMMUNION, better known as ALICE SWEET ALICE
    198 Clint Eastwood, THE BEGUILED
    197 Piper Perabo, LOST AND DELIRIOUS
    196 Colm Meaney's plane in DIE HARD 2
    195 ScarJo in UNDER THE SKIN
    194 Worthwess Awec Bawdwin in TEAM AMERICA: WORLD POLICE
    193 Lucas Donat as Mark Thorn in DAMIEN: OMEN II
    192 Tom Cruise, EDGE OF TOMORROW
    191 Alicia Witt, FUN
    190 Elle Fanning, THE NEON DEMON
    189 The Elvis ''Battle Hymn'' shootout in KICK-ASS
    188 Jim Caviezel, THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST (one of the rare major films I don't expect to watch a second time)
    187 Hillary Swank, THE HOMESMAN
    186 JFK
    185 Sigourney Weaver, ALIEN 3
    184 The voice of Gaston, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
    183 Brendan Gleeson, 28 DAYS LATER
    182 Knuckles from BUGSY MALONE
    181 The British boy on the bus with the bomb in SABOTAGE
    180 The Romanov family, NICHOLAS AND ALEXANDRA
    179 Martin Landau, NORTH BY NORTHWEST
    178 Josh Brolin, TRUE GRIT
    177 Hippies in the wrong house, ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD
    176 Bill Nunn as Radio Raheem, DO THE RIGHT THING
    175 Ed Lauter, MAGIC
    174 Jon Voight, MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE
    173 Samantha Eggar, THE COLLECTOR
    172 Immortan Joe, MAD MAX: FURY ROAD
    171 Jet Li, LETHAL WEAPON 4
    170 Sadie Frost, BRAM STOKER'S DRACULA (as a human, not a vampire)
    169 Paul Bettany, AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR
    168 George and Martha's ''son'' in WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?
    167 Maggie Gyllenhaal, THE DARK KNIGHT
    166 Kurt Russell, THE HATEFUL EIGHT:barf::barf::barf::barf::barf::barf:
    165 Tommy Udo's mom in KISS OF DEATH
    164 John Wayne in THE SHOOTIST
    163 Kenneth McMillan as Baron Harkonnen in DUNE
    162 Stellan Skarsgard, RONIN
    161 Richard Chamberlain, THE TOWERING INFERNO
    160 Derrick O'Connor, LETHAL WEAPON 4
    159a Robert Duvall, COLORS
    159 Jim Brown, THE DIRTY DOZEN
    158 Ray Park, THE PHANTOM MENACE
    157 Roddy McDowall, ESCAPE FROM THE PLANET OF THE APES (to me, the saddest single film death of all time)
    156 Steve McQueen, THE SAND PEBBLES
    155 Hugo Weaving, THE MATRIX
    154 Norman Lloyd, SABOTEUR
    153 Albert Hall as the Chief in APOCALYPSE NOW
    152 D-D-D-D-Derek Jacobi f-f-for DEAD AGAIN
    151 Montgomery Clift, FROM HERE TO ETERNITY
    150 Alan Rickman as Snape in HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS, PART 2
    149 David Keith, AN OFFICER AND A GENTLEMAN
    148 E.G. Robinson, LITTLE CAESAR
    147 Peter Wyngarde as Klytus in FLASH GORDON (he died way too soon)
    146 Forest Whitaker, THE CRYING GAME
    145 Basil Rathbone, THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD
    144 Neidermeyer, NATIONAL LAMPOON'S ANIMAL HOUSE
    143 Kathy Bates, PRIMARY COLORS
    142 Michael Biehn, TOMBSTONE
    141 Ted Levine as ''Buffalo Bill'' in SILENCE OF THE LAMBS (beating out Chuck Napier by a hair)
    140 Jackie Earle Haley, WATCHMEN
    139 Robert Patrick, TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY
    138 Cliff Gorman, GHOST DOG: THE WAY OF THE SAMURAI
    137 Ben Affleck, DOGMA (momentarily mispelled as DOGMAN, which almost seemed fitting):guffaw:
    136 Paul McCrane, ROBOCOP
    135 Roy Scheider, MARATHON MAN
    134 Glenn Ford, SUPERMAN
    133 Sam Waterston, CAPRICORN ONE
    132 Jeff Goldblum, THE FLY
    131 Tonto the cat, HARRY AND TONTO
    130 Andy Robinson as ''Scorpio'' in DIRTY HARRY
    129 Daniel Day-Lewis, THE CRUCIBLE
    128 Daryl Hannah, KILL BILL, Vol. 2 (I consider her unshown toast without proof)
    127 Willem Dafoe, PLATOON
    126 John Travolta, PULP FICTION (very loop-worthy)
    125 Mieko Harada as Lady Kaede in RAN (''chaos'')
    124 Charlton Heston, BENEATH THE PLANET OF THE APES
    123 Paul Muni, SCARFACE
    122 All the moments with Daniel Radcliffe's corpse in SWISS ARMY MAN (virtually the whole movie)
    121 Orson Welles, TOUCH OF EVIL
    120 Jeremy Irons and Jeremy Irons, DEAD RINGERS
    119 Laurence Harvey, THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE
    118 Josh Brolin's wife in NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN
    117 Randy Quaid, INDEPENDENCE DAY
    116 Robert Shaw as ''Mr. Blue'' in THE TAKING OF PELHAM ONE TWO THREE
    115 Susan Sarandon, JOE
    114 Tom Sizemore, SAVING PRIVATE RYAN
    113 Katharine Ross, THE STEPFORD WIVES
    112 Harold Sakata as ''Oddjob'' in GOLDFINGER
    111 Claude Rains, NOTORIOUS (as I see it)
    110 Gwyneth Paltrow, SE7EN
    109 Kim Novak, VERTIGO
    108 Toshiro Mifune, THE SEVEN SAMURAI
    107 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
    106 Biggs, STAR WARS (one of nine who might still be alive if not for Han)
    105 Courtney B. Vance, HAMBURGER HILL
    104 T.K. Carter, SOUTHERN COMFORT
    103 President Charles Durning, TWILIGHT'S LAST GLEAMING
    102 John Wayne, THE ALAMO
    101 Jack Nicholson, ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST
    100 Riff, then Bernardo in WEST SIDE STORY
    99 Tim Roth and Harvey Keitel, RESERVOIR DOGS
    98 ''Mr. Roberts is dead.''
    97 Gene Hackman, UNFORGIVEN
    96 ScarJo again, this time for JOJO RABBIT
    95 Patrick Stewart, X-MEN: FIRST CLASS
    94 James Cagney, ANGELS WITH DIRTY FACES
    93 Marcel Bozzuffi, THE FRENCH CONNECTION
    92 Everybody, ON THE BEACH
    91 Robert Redford's six office associates, 3 DAYS OF THE CONDOR
    90 Hilary Swank again for MILLION DOLLAR BABY
    89 Danny Trejo, CON AIR
    88 Orson Welles, this time for CITIZEN KANE
    87 Boris Karloff, FRANKENSTEIN
    86 Peter Finch, NETWORK
    85 Hitler, INGLORIOUS BASTERDS
    84 The actor most know as ''Spoon'' from DOG SOLDIERS
    83 Abe Vigoda, THE GODFATHER
    82 Moscow nuked with Ed Binns, FAIL-SAFE
    81 Sean Connery, THE UNTOUCHABLES

    New arrivals, including the only double-winning film

    80 Mae Marsh, the ''Pet Sister'' in THE BIRTH OF A NATION
    79 Diana Rigg, ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE
    78 Roland Young, AND THEN THERE WERE NONE
    77 William L. Petersen, TO LIVE AND DIE IN L.A.
    76 The decapitation of Thanos, AVENGERS: ENDGAME
    75 Richard Dysart, THE THING
    74 James Caan, THE GODFATHER (see #83)
    73 John Cassavetes, THE FURY (Pauline Kael's most favorite villain-death)
    72 Christian Slater, MINDHUNTERS
    71 Jack Palance, ATTACK!
     
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    144 Neidermeyer, NATIONAL LAMPOON'S ANIMAL HOUSE

    How was Neidermeyer's death unforgettable? His death was only mentioned as part of the what happened to... as part of the end. It only said he was shot by his own troops in Viet Nam.

    This is basically a list of characters who died, whether it was shown on screen or not...

    You could have had Bennett (impaled by a pipe "Let off some steam, Bennett"), Sully (dropped off a cliff "I lied"), Cooke (impaled by a table leg), Henriques (broken neck "Don't disturb my friend, he's dead tired", or some unnamed soldier (saw blade in chest) in Commando.
     
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  13. The Conscience of TNZ

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    But in this case, I don't. None of your five COMMANDO examples, I will reveal, made my top 70. Only THE GODFATHER reached two. (I've seen COMMANDO three times, but I like other Schwarzenegger pics better. That can be a factor in the choosing if you feel the film and its scenes are both very good to great.That's why you'll not find Jason Voorhees or any of his interchangeable victims here, for example.) This is not just characters involved, and some characters will be nameless. But they all involve death, which is at least as important as how we deal with life, and I haven't forgotten a single one of these 200-plus scenes yet. :cool:

    Neidermeyer, who had perhaps one or two positive attributes out of 300, gave me ANIMAL HOUSE's most humorously unforgettable moment. The horse might have been chosen instead, but his eyes freaked me out too much. I'm not even a huge ANIMAL HOUSE fan, but I give its writers credit for throwing in their most ''tragic'' laugh. For the more serious films, how they present the death or deaths is quite often a factor.

    It's all our opinions in the end. Bests, worsts, right or wrong cannot realistically apply. It's the fun...and hopefully not just for me.

    New arrivals

    70 The ''Eenie Meenie Meinie Moe'' ELEPHANT ending
    69 Donald Sutherland, INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS
    68 The Jorden house massacre in THE SEARCHERS
    67 Heather Donahue, THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT
    66 Samuel L. Jackson, JUNGLE FEVER
    65 Alan Rickman, DIE HARD
    64 Christopher Walken, THE DEER HUNTER
    63 Sean Penn and his two victims, DEAD MAN WALKING
    62 David Warner, THE OMEN
    61 Leonard Nimoy, STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN
     
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    Check it out, right at 1:33.
    I think this movie is really dumb, but it makes for an entertaining evening of mindless fun.



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    Ugggh. To have one's unmentionables burn crispy once is bad enough, but twice or more? RIP, Dexter.
    I spotted #137 with Uma Thurman as Generic Love Interest.....a trend arguably popularized by Arnie. The worst example
    might be Whoever She Was from the first UNIVERSAL SOLDIER. Thanks, Kor.
     
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    201b James Brolin, WESTWORLD
    201 Gael Garcia Bernal and wife in OLD
    200 Warren Beatty, THE PARALLAX VIEW
    199 Brooke Shields, COMMUNION, better known as ALICE SWEET ALICE
    198 Clint Eastwood, THE BEGUILED
    197 Piper Perabo, LOST AND DELIRIOUS
    196 Colm Meaney's plane in DIE HARD 2
    195 ScarJo in UNDER THE SKIN
    194 Worthwess Awec Bawdwin in TEAM AMERICA: WORLD POLICE
    193 Lucas Donat as Mark Thorn in DAMIEN: OMEN II
    192 Tom Cruise, EDGE OF TOMORROW
    191 Alicia Witt, FUN
    190 Elle Fanning, THE NEON DEMON
    189 The Elvis ''Battle Hymn'' shootout in KICK-ASS
    188 Jim Caviezel, THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST (one of the rare major films I don't expect to watch a second time)
    187 Hillary Swank, THE HOMESMAN
    186 JFK
    185 Sigourney Weaver, ALIEN 3
    184 The voice of Gaston, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
    183 Brendan Gleeson, 28 DAYS LATER
    182 Knuckles from BUGSY MALONE
    181 The British boy on the bus with the bomb in SABOTAGE
    180 The Romanov family, NICHOLAS AND ALEXANDRA
    179 Martin Landau, NORTH BY NORTHWEST
    178 Josh Brolin, TRUE GRIT
    177 Hippies in the wrong house, ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD
    176 Bill Nunn as Radio Raheem, DO THE RIGHT THING
    175 Ed Lauter, MAGIC
    174 Jon Voight, MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE
    173 Samantha Eggar, THE COLLECTOR
    172 Immortan Joe, MAD MAX: FURY ROAD
    171 Jet Li, LETHAL WEAPON 4
    170 Sadie Frost, BRAM STOKER'S DRACULA (as a human, not a vampire)
    169 Paul Bettany, AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR
    168 George and Martha's ''son'' in WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?
    167 Maggie Gyllenhaal, THE DARK KNIGHT
    166 Kurt Russell, THE HATEFUL EIGHT:barf::barf::barf::barf::barf::barf:
    165 Pete Rizzo's mom in KISS OF DEATH (waited too long to correct that!)
    164 John Wayne in THE SHOOTIST
    163 Kenneth McMillan as Baron Harkonnen in DUNE
    162 Stellan Skarsgard, RONIN
    161 Richard Chamberlain, THE TOWERING INFERNO
    160 Derrick O'Connor, LETHAL WEAPON 4
    159a Robert Duvall, COLORS
    159 Jim Brown, THE DIRTY DOZEN
    158 Ray Park, THE PHANTOM MENACE
    157 Roddy McDowall, ESCAPE FROM THE PLANET OF THE APES (to me, the saddest single film death of all time)
    156 Steve McQueen, THE SAND PEBBLES
    155 Hugo Weaving, THE MATRIX
    154 Norman Lloyd, SABOTEUR
    153 Albert Hall as the Chief in APOCALYPSE NOW
    152 D-D-D-D-Derek Jacobi f-f-for DEAD AGAIN
    151 Montgomery Clift, FROM HERE TO ETERNITY
    150 Alan Rickman as Snape in HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS, PART 2
    149 David Keith, AN OFFICER AND A GENTLEMAN
    148 E.G. Robinson, LITTLE CAESAR
    147 Peter Wyngarde as Klytus in FLASH GORDON (he died way too soon)
    146 Forest Whitaker, THE CRYING GAME
    145 Basil Rathbone, THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD
    144 Neidermeyer, NATIONAL LAMPOON'S ANIMAL HOUSE
    143 Kathy Bates, PRIMARY COLORS
    142 Michael Biehn, TOMBSTONE
    141 Ted Levine as ''Buffalo Bill'' in SILENCE OF THE LAMBS (beating out Chuck Napier by a hair)
    140 Jackie Earle Haley, WATCHMEN
    139 Robert Patrick, TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY
    138 Cliff Gorman, GHOST DOG: THE WAY OF THE SAMURAI
    137 Ben Affleck, DOGMA (momentarily mispelled as DOGMAN, which almost seemed fitting):guffaw:
    136 Paul McCrane, ROBOCOP
    135 Roy Scheider, MARATHON MAN
    134 Glenn Ford, SUPERMAN
    133 Sam Waterston, CAPRICORN ONE
    132 Jeff Goldblum, THE FLY
    131 Tonto the cat, HARRY AND TONTO
    130 Andy Robinson as ''Scorpio'' in DIRTY HARRY
    129 Daniel Day-Lewis, THE CRUCIBLE
    128 Daryl Hannah, KILL BILL, Vol. 2 (I consider her unshown toast without proof)
    127 Willem Dafoe, PLATOON
    126 John Travolta, PULP FICTION (very loop-worthy)
    125 Mieko Harada as Lady Kaede in RAN (''chaos'')
    124 Charlton Heston, BENEATH THE PLANET OF THE APES
    123 Paul Muni, SCARFACE
    122 All the moments with Daniel Radcliffe's corpse in SWISS ARMY MAN (virtually the whole movie)
    121 Orson Welles, TOUCH OF EVIL
    120 Jeremy Irons and Jeremy Irons, DEAD RINGERS
    119 Laurence Harvey, THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE
    118 Josh Brolin's wife in NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN
    117 Randy Quaid, INDEPENDENCE DAY
    116 Robert Shaw as ''Mr. Blue'' in THE TAKING OF PELHAM ONE TWO THREE
    115 Susan Sarandon, JOE
    114 Tom Sizemore, SAVING PRIVATE RYAN
    113 Katharine Ross, THE STEPFORD WIVES
    112 Harold Sakata as ''Oddjob'' in GOLDFINGER
    111 Claude Rains, NOTORIOUS (as I see it)
    110 Gwyneth Paltrow, SE7EN
    109 Kim Novak, VERTIGO
    108 Toshiro Mifune, THE SEVEN SAMURAI
    107 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
    106 Biggs, STAR WARS (one of nine who might still be alive if not for Han)
    105 Courtney B. Vance, HAMBURGER HILL
    104 T.K. Carter, SOUTHERN COMFORT
    103 President Charles Durning, TWILIGHT'S LAST GLEAMING
    102 John Wayne, THE ALAMO
    101 Jack Nicholson, ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST
    100 Riff, then Bernardo in WEST SIDE STORY
    99 Tim Roth and Harvey Keitel, RESERVOIR DOGS
    98 ''Mr. Roberts is dead.''
    97 Gene Hackman, UNFORGIVEN
    96 ScarJo again, this time for JOJO RABBIT
    95 Patrick Stewart, X-MEN: FIRST CLASS
    94 James Cagney, ANGELS WITH DIRTY FACES
    93 Marcel Bozzuffi, THE FRENCH CONNECTION
    92 Everybody, ON THE BEACH
    91 Robert Redford's six office associates, 3 DAYS OF THE CONDOR
    90 Hilary Swank again for MILLION DOLLAR BABY
    89 Danny Trejo, CON AIR
    88 Orson Welles, this time for CITIZEN KANE
    87 Boris Karloff, FRANKENSTEIN
    86 Peter Finch, NETWORK
    85 Hitler, INGLORIOUS BASTERDS
    84 The actor most know as ''Spoon'' from DOG SOLDIERS
    83 Abe Vigoda, THE GODFATHER
    82 Moscow nuked with Ed Binns, FAIL-SAFE
    81 Sean Connery, THE UNTOUCHABLES
    80 Mae Marsh, the ''Pet Sister'' in THE BIRTH OF A NATION
    79 Diana Rigg, ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE
    78 Roland Young, AND THEN THERE WERE NONE
    77 William L. Petersen, TO LIVE AND DIE IN L.A.
    76 The decapitation of Thanos, AVENGERS: ENDGAME
    75 Richard Dysart, THE THING
    74 James Caan, THE GODFATHER (see #83)
    73 John Cassavetes, THE FURY (Pauline Kael's most favorite villain-death)
    72 Christian Slater, MINDHUNTERS
    71 Jack Palance, ATTACK!
    70 The ''Eenie Meenie Meinie Moe'' ELEPHANT ending
    69 Donald Sutherland, INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS
    68 The Jorden house massacre in THE SEARCHERS
    67 Heather Donahue, THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT
    66 Samuel L. Jackson, JUNGLE FEVER
    65 Alan Rickman, DIE HARD
    64 Christopher Walken, THE DEER HUNTER
    63 Sean Penn and his two victims, DEAD MAN WALKING
    62 David Warner, THE OMEN
    61 Leonard Nimoy, STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN

    New arrivals

    60 Bonnie And Clyde
    59 Ronald Lacey, RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK
    58 James Cagney in (of course) WHITE HEAT
    57 The prison guard who shoots Burt Lancaster in BRUTE FORCE
    56 The Klingons on the Enterprise, STAR TREK III: THE SEARCH FOR SPOCK
    55 Kurt Russell, GRINDHOUSE (''Death Proof'' portion)
    54 The courageous F-15 pilot who saves AIR FORCE ONE
    53 Wes Studi, THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS
    52 Morgan Freeman, Cary Elwes, Andre Braugher and Jihmi Kennedy, GLORY
    51 The priest from THE WAR OF THE WORLDS
     
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    Nimoy at 61?

    WHITE HEAT should have been top 5

    Quint for #1
    Roy from Blade Runner at 2
     
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    You’re saying here that you thought Niedemyer was an unforgettable character, but the question wa, what made Niedemyer’s death unforgettable? I’d still like to hear the answer.

    So, does your answer above mean that some or all of the entrants on your list are there not because their deaths were unforgettable, but because they were “unforgettable” characters regardless of how they died?
     
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    Not strictly, and certainly not all. It means for a variety of reasons, many of which involve the character of the killer or killee, or plurals of same, these were unforgettable death scenes for me. Neidermeyer's RIP card made it unforgettable. It was a parody of AMERICAN GRAFFITI which was also a 1962 story, but they used still photos for that moment. The presentations are going to differ. Some deaths are quick as hell, others have ten different kinds of build-ups or different reactions by assorted participants. Having a list of 201 ways Steven Seagal can kill his better co-actors is not what I'm aiming for.

    Variety. Tragedy. Sometimes comedy. A visual medium using other attributes beyond visuals to serve the story. Scenes.

    201b James Brolin, WESTWORLD
    201 Gael Garcia Bernal and wife in OLD
    200 Warren Beatty, THE PARALLAX VIEW
    199 Brooke Shields, COMMUNION, better known as ALICE SWEET ALICE
    198 Clint Eastwood, THE BEGUILED
    197 Piper Perabo, LOST AND DELIRIOUS
    196 Colm Meaney's plane in DIE HARD 2
    195 ScarJo in UNDER THE SKIN
    194 Worthwess Awec Bawdwin in TEAM AMERICA: WORLD POLICE
    193 Lucas Donat as Mark Thorn in DAMIEN: OMEN II
    192 Tom Cruise, EDGE OF TOMORROW
    191 Alicia Witt, FUN
    190 Elle Fanning, THE NEON DEMON
    189 The Elvis ''Battle Hymn'' shootout in KICK-ASS
    188 Jim Caviezel, THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST (one of the rare major films I don't expect to watch a second time)
    187 Hillary Swank, THE HOMESMAN
    186 JFK
    185 Sigourney Weaver, ALIEN 3
    184 The voice of Gaston, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
    183 Brendan Gleeson, 28 DAYS LATER
    182 Knuckles from BUGSY MALONE
    181 The British boy on the bus with the bomb in SABOTAGE
    180 The Romanov family, NICHOLAS AND ALEXANDRA
    179 Martin Landau, NORTH BY NORTHWEST
    178 Josh Brolin, TRUE GRIT
    177 Hippies in the wrong house, ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD
    176 Bill Nunn as Radio Raheem, DO THE RIGHT THING
    175 Ed Lauter, MAGIC
    174 Jon Voight, MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE
    173 Samantha Eggar, THE COLLECTOR
    172 Immortan Joe, MAD MAX: FURY ROAD
    171 Jet Li, LETHAL WEAPON 4
    170 Sadie Frost, BRAM STOKER'S DRACULA (as a human, not a vampire)
    169 Paul Bettany, AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR
    168 George and Martha's ''son'' in WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?
    167 Maggie Gyllenhaal, THE DARK KNIGHT
    166 Kurt Russell, THE HATEFUL EIGHT:barf::barf::barf::barf::barf::barf:
    165 Pete Rizzo's mom in KISS OF DEATH (waited too long to correct that!)
    164 John Wayne in THE SHOOTIST
    163 Kenneth McMillan as Baron Harkonnen in DUNE
    162 Stellan Skarsgard, RONIN
    161 Richard Chamberlain, THE TOWERING INFERNO
    160 Derrick O'Connor, LETHAL WEAPON 4
    159a Robert Duvall, COLORS
    159 Jim Brown, THE DIRTY DOZEN
    158 Ray Park, THE PHANTOM MENACE
    157 Roddy McDowall, ESCAPE FROM THE PLANET OF THE APES (to me, the saddest single film death of all time)
    156 Steve McQueen, THE SAND PEBBLES
    155 Hugo Weaving, THE MATRIX
    154 Norman Lloyd, SABOTEUR
    153 Albert Hall as the Chief in APOCALYPSE NOW
    152 D-D-D-D-Derek Jacobi f-f-for DEAD AGAIN
    151 Montgomery Clift, FROM HERE TO ETERNITY
    150 Alan Rickman as Snape in HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS, PART 2
    149 David Keith, AN OFFICER AND A GENTLEMAN
    148 E.G. Robinson, LITTLE CAESAR
    147 Peter Wyngarde as Klytus in FLASH GORDON (he died way too soon)
    146 Forest Whitaker, THE CRYING GAME
    145 Basil Rathbone, THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD
    144 Neidermeyer, NATIONAL LAMPOON'S ANIMAL HOUSE
    143 Kathy Bates, PRIMARY COLORS
    142 Michael Biehn, TOMBSTONE
    141 Ted Levine as ''Buffalo Bill'' in SILENCE OF THE LAMBS (beating out Chuck Napier by a hair)
    140 Jackie Earle Haley, WATCHMEN
    139 Robert Patrick, TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY
    138 Cliff Gorman, GHOST DOG: THE WAY OF THE SAMURAI
    137 Ben Affleck, DOGMA (momentarily mispelled as DOGMAN, which almost seemed fitting):guffaw:
    136 Paul McCrane, ROBOCOP
    135 Roy Scheider, MARATHON MAN
    134 Glenn Ford, SUPERMAN
    133 Sam Waterston, CAPRICORN ONE
    132 Jeff Goldblum, THE FLY
    131 Tonto the cat, HARRY AND TONTO
    130 Andy Robinson as ''Scorpio'' in DIRTY HARRY
    129 Daniel Day-Lewis, THE CRUCIBLE
    128 Daryl Hannah, KILL BILL, Vol. 2 (I consider her unshown toast without proof)
    127 Willem Dafoe, PLATOON
    126 John Travolta, PULP FICTION (very loop-worthy)
    125 Mieko Harada as Lady Kaede in RAN (''chaos'')
    124 Charlton Heston, BENEATH THE PLANET OF THE APES
    123 Paul Muni, SCARFACE
    122 All the moments with Daniel Radcliffe's corpse in SWISS ARMY MAN (virtually the whole movie)
    121 Orson Welles, TOUCH OF EVIL
    120 Jeremy Irons and Jeremy Irons, DEAD RINGERS
    119 Laurence Harvey, THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE
    118 Josh Brolin's wife in NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN
    117 Randy Quaid, INDEPENDENCE DAY
    116 Robert Shaw as ''Mr. Blue'' in THE TAKING OF PELHAM ONE TWO THREE
    115 Susan Sarandon, JOE
    114 Tom Sizemore, SAVING PRIVATE RYAN
    113 Katharine Ross, THE STEPFORD WIVES
    112 Harold Sakata as ''Oddjob'' in GOLDFINGER
    111 Claude Rains, NOTORIOUS (as I see it)
    110 Gwyneth Paltrow, SE7EN
    109 Kim Novak, VERTIGO
    108 Toshiro Mifune, THE SEVEN SAMURAI
    107 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
    106 Biggs, STAR WARS (one of nine who might still be alive if not for Han)
    105 Courtney B. Vance, HAMBURGER HILL
    104 T.K. Carter, SOUTHERN COMFORT
    103 President Charles Durning, TWILIGHT'S LAST GLEAMING
    102 John Wayne, THE ALAMO
    101 Jack Nicholson, ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST
    100 Riff, then Bernardo in WEST SIDE STORY
    99 Tim Roth and Harvey Keitel, RESERVOIR DOGS
    98 ''Mr. Roberts is dead.''
    97 Gene Hackman, UNFORGIVEN
    96 ScarJo again, this time for JOJO RABBIT
    95 Patrick Stewart, X-MEN: FIRST CLASS
    94 James Cagney, ANGELS WITH DIRTY FACES
    93 Marcel Bozzuffi, THE FRENCH CONNECTION
    92 Everybody, ON THE BEACH
    91 Robert Redford's six office associates, 3 DAYS OF THE CONDOR
    90 Hilary Swank again for MILLION DOLLAR BABY
    89 Danny Trejo, CON AIR
    88 Orson Welles, this time for CITIZEN KANE
    87 Boris Karloff, FRANKENSTEIN
    86 Peter Finch, NETWORK
    85 Hitler, INGLORIOUS BASTERDS
    84 The actor most know as ''Spoon'' from DOG SOLDIERS
    83 Abe Vigoda, THE GODFATHER
    82 Moscow nuked with Ed Binns, FAIL-SAFE
    81 Sean Connery, THE UNTOUCHABLES
    80 Mae Marsh, the ''Pet Sister'' in THE BIRTH OF A NATION
    79 Diana Rigg, ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE
    78 Roland Young, AND THEN THERE WERE NONE
    77 William L. Petersen, TO LIVE AND DIE IN L.A.
    76 The decapitation of Thanos, AVENGERS: ENDGAME
    75 Richard Dysart, THE THING
    74 James Caan, THE GODFATHER (see #83)
    73 John Cassavetes, THE FURY (Pauline Kael's most favorite villain-death)
    72 Christian Slater, MINDHUNTERS
    71 Jack Palance, ATTACK!
    70 The ''Eenie Meenie Meinie Moe'' ELEPHANT ending
    69 Donald Sutherland, INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS
    68 The Jorden house massacre in THE SEARCHERS
    67 Heather Donahue, THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT
    66 Samuel L. Jackson, JUNGLE FEVER
    65 Alan Rickman, DIE HARD
    64 Christopher Walken, THE DEER HUNTER
    63 Sean Penn and his two victims, DEAD MAN WALKING
    62 David Warner, THE OMEN
    61 Leonard Nimoy, STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN
    60 Bonnie And Clyde
    59 Ronald Lacey, RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK
    58 James Cagney in (of course) WHITE HEAT
    57 The prison guard who shoots Burt Lancaster in BRUTE FORCE
    56 The Klingons on the Enterprise, STAR TREK III: THE SEARCH FOR SPOCK
    55 Kurt Russell, GRINDHOUSE (''Death Proof'' portion)
    54 The courageous F-15 pilot who saves AIR FORCE ONE
    53 Wes Studi, THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS
    52 Morgan Freeman, Cary Elwes, Andre Braugher and Jihmi Kennedy, GLORY
    51 The priest from THE WAR OF THE WORLDS

    New arrivals

    50 Sebastien Foucan, the free-jumper in CASINO ROYALE (this one has a five-minute build-up)
    49 Natalie Portman, BLACK SWAN
    48 Brad Pitt, DEADPOOL 2
    47 Anna Massey, FRENZY (very subtle on first viewing if you're much younger)
    46 The concluding cockpit actors from UNITED 93
    45 Richard Jordan, LOGAN'S RUN (sad death, great villain)
    44 Alan Arkin, WAIT UNTIL DARK
    43 Admiral Piett, RETURN OF THE JEDI (with a shot clearly inspired by 1976's MIDWAY)
    42 Maria Falconetti, THE PASSION OF JOAN OF ARC
    41 Duane Jones, the ''Final Guy'' in NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD
     
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    You're gonna hate #4. Just a feeing. Or are you?:D