Discussion in 'The NAAFI Bar' started by fattwat, Aug 3, 2012.
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your starter for ten is this gem..
Best death scene in HISTORY! - YouTube
That is pretty shit in my humble opinion. The best death scene in a film is a toss up between:
a. Monty Python and the Holy Grail. OK, strictly speaking, the knight doesn't die, but with all those limbs missing and the lack of a MERT in those days, he was almost certainly a goner after they had moved on.
b. The avenging husband taking out the scum who had killed his wife and daughter in Law Abiding Citizen. He had really thought it through in order to maximise the pain/length of time to reach death. Classic.
"Old Yeller" When he shoots the dog, hilarious.
Any of the deaths in "Kung Pow"
The end of the Wild Bunch when the anti-heroes wipe out 1/2 of the population of Mexico with grenades, MGs and assorted small arms before succumbing to overwhelming odds. Best Western ever. ( Pub jokes welcome)
Any of the victims in Ted Bundy.
Ted Bundy - YouTube
As a kid we wore the VHS tape out watching this and continually pause / playing this.
This one: 1968: Robert F. Kennedy Assassinated - YouTube
Any death scene with Jane Fonda.
Not Fonda Jane?
I thought the deaths in the new Batman film quite realistic, very good 3D effects. Couldn't understand why it ended so suddenly though.
The best one was when Travis (Laurence Harvey) shoots the mexican off his horse as he rides towards the Alamo
best war film ever accordinging to us old farts who remember puttees
Cross of Iron (Sam Peckinpah, 1977) - "Demarcation!" - YouTube
The chest burster scene from the original 'Alien'.
You've read the book, seen the film, now eat the rabbit.
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