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Most pleasing death in a film ?

Old Jan 9th 2009, 11:21 am
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Default Most pleasing death in a film ?

Has to be Braveheart....

An English hating Australian actor playing an English hating Scottish bloke who gets tortured and killed by the English
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Old Jan 9th 2009, 11:43 am
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Hahahaha in a film shot in ireland..
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Old Jan 9th 2009, 11:57 am
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Bambi...............When his mother got shot !
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Default Re: Most pleasing death in a film ?

Originally Posted by Karlos The Jackal View Post
Bambi...............When his mother got shot !
now that's just evil...

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John Voight in The Champ
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Originally Posted by BangleMan View Post
Has to be Braveheart....

An English hating Australian actor playing an English hating Scottish bloke who gets tortured and killed by the English
Agree same film, but...

...the death of Edward I of England (who only spoke French)...mass murderer of 8,500 men, women and children in Scotland's main port at Berwick.
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Default Re: Most pleasing death in a film ?

Originally Posted by Madam Medusa View Post
now that's just evil...

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Sorry MM, bit insensitive, what about

Watership Down when the cute little bunnies mother got run over by a Mk III Ford Cortina?
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Originally Posted by MacScot View Post
Agree same film, but...

...the death of Edward I of England (who only spoke French)...mass murderer of 8,500 men, women and children in Scotland's main port at Berwick.
Berwick Upon Tweed, love the place............its in England !
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Default Re: Most pleasing death in a film ?

Everyone in Hostel II, gruesome
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Default Re: Most pleasing death in a film ?

Originally Posted by Karlos The Jackal View Post
Berwick Upon Tweed, love the place............its in England !
You can keep it...there's no longer a low road to Berwick !
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Default Re: Most pleasing death in a film ?

Originally Posted by Karlos The Jackal View Post
Berwick Upon Tweed, love the place............its in England !
Think it used to change hands every 100 years or so.

Bloody turncoats (joke!).

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Default Re: Most pleasing death in a film ?

Originally Posted by BangleMan View Post
Has to be Braveheart....

An English hating Australian actor playing an English hating Scottish bloke who gets tortured and killed by the English
And sadly he doesn't die in The Patriot, the most blatantly anti-English piece of inaccurate propaganda ever filmed by Hollywood......

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Old Jan 9th 2009, 5:22 pm
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Default Re: Most pleasing death in a film ?

Originally Posted by BangleMan View Post
Has to be Braveheart....

An English hating Australian actor playing an English hating Scottish bloke who gets tortured and killed by the English
And the saddest has to be Grandad in Only Fools and Horses...
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Old Jan 9th 2009, 5:54 pm
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Default Re: Most pleasing death in a film ?

No the most satisfying death in a film was when the ex husband in "sleeping with the enemy" croaks....

Not the greatest movie in the world, but I saw it in the cinema all those years ago and the audience burst into applause at that point.... (now that was weird)
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Old Jan 9th 2009, 5:58 pm
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Default Re: Most pleasing death in a film ?

Originally Posted by Trixie_b View Post
No the most satisfying death in a film was when the ex husband in "sleeping with the enemy" croaks....

Not the greatest movie in the world, but I saw it in the cinema all those years ago and the audience burst into applause at that point.... (now that was weird)
I always think of that film when Im in the supermarket and the tons are all facing the same way on the shelves
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