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Discussion in 'Movies' started by Dick, Dec 10, 2003.
While the scene is question isn't really a death scene, I do find that moment in Glory to be very powerful. I think I mentioned that somewhere in another thread.
I know the person who started this said not deaths that are just bloody and all, but I've always felt freaked out by Mr. Kenny's death in RoboCop. Not because it's gory, but whenever I watch that scene I feel like I'm there, standing where he is, with this big giant robot saying it's gonna kill me. I actually feel relived when he dies and I don't. Anyone know what I mean?
Uncle Owen and Aunt Beru being killed for buying the wrong droids. The music and the look on Mark Hamill's face are incredible. Add to the fact that these two characters are coming to life more in the prequels and it's an even more effective scene.
The Return of the King
Gollum. The pure joy on his face that he got his precious back and doesn't realise he's burning. Amazing.
I agree to The legends of The Fall mentioned earlier. That movie breaks me up.
Saving Private Ryan
When Wade and Mellish are Killed. Wade died in a fight that could have gone in another way. Mellish's death still creeps me out. Having a blade slowly inserted into your chest cavity. A dull one at that.
Oh and City of Angels
That just tears my souls apart thinking about it.
West Side Story:
Tony. Not actually when he dies but the part where the two gangs come together to carry his body. I really couldn't hold it back on that one.
Bambi When the mother dies
The Sixth Sence When you realize Willis' character is dead
the fire extinguisher scene messed with me
archy hamilton getting shot at the very end of the film
full metal jacket
I found that incredibly funny, (watching the Directors Cut)
I guess I have a dark sense of humor.
James Caan in "Brian's Song"
Ali McGraw in "Love Story"
The whole ending of "Philadelphia" has me sobbing every time I see it.
Mickey in Rocky III
and William Wallace in Braveheart always get me.
The flashback where Colleen dies.
The only movie that ever made me cry was Where the Red Fern Grows. I was 8 when I saw that and cried for the next 4 hours. When I was in high school I read the book and even shed a couple of tears when I finished the book
On Her Majesty's Secret Service
Tracy's death at the end of the film with Bond saying that she's okay and that they have "All The Time In The World".
Once Upon a Time in the West
The flashback of Harmonica's brother's death.
Star Trek: The Wrath Of Khan
I did not know Spock was going to die!
The Last Samurai
Katsumoto's death by Nathan. very emotional....