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Top 10 Most Amazing Movie Deaths Ever

Death is one of the worst truths of life. This is reflected nicely in the films and dramas, and sometimes it looks extremely weird to see a death scene, creating negative impacts on the minds of viewers especially the youngsters and children. The history is full of some fantastic and shocking movie deaths. Here we have made a list of top 10 most amazing movie deaths ever.

10. Sgt. Elias (Willem Dafoe) – Platoon (1986)

One of the most impactful deaths ever committed is in this film is of Sgt. Elias. His death is flecked with subtexts and metaphors. It is truly a surprising cinematic moment that will captivate your attention to much extent. Elias is presented as one of the only truly human characters.

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9. Bill Murray (As Himself) – Zombieland (2009)

Shot in the heart by the films protagonist once tried to scare him with real-looking Zombie impersonations, Bill Murray has appeared in Zombieland for not more than five minutes. He delivers some comedic last words, and closes his eyes. The scene looks extremely captivating, and if you haven’t watched this film, bring it now.

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8. Ruth (Elizabeth Hoffman) – Dante’s Peak (1997)

There wasn’t any need for Granny Ruth to jump feet first into the searing acid lake. This scene looks very scary. After seeing it, I’d started believing that the character is really going to die. But she is safe, and I am supposed to be moved by her courage.

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7. Amidala Padme (Natalie Portman) – Star Wars Episode III: Return of the Sith (2005)

This scene in which Amidala Padme (a character played by Natalie Portman) dies, looks very surprising. This is making us believe that grief can really take the lives of people. I must say Natalie’s performance here is outstanding.

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6. Christina Delassalle (Vera Clouzot) – Les Diaboliques (1955)

Upon losing the corpse of Michel, the husband, Vera seems so sad. Mademoiselle Delassalle has struggled to maintain any sense of composure. This scene is awesome in a way that it has many twists that appear one after the other in just a couple of minutes.

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5. Kane (John Hurt) – Alien (1979)

Brutally shocking and painful, the chest burst has come when it was expected the least. Taking it to be a severe heart attack isn’t correct. The performance of John Hurt (playing Kane) here has been highly admirable in the 1979 movie, Alien.

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4. Boromir (Sean Bean) – Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)

In an ultimate act of redemption, Boromir has lamented his desire for the One Ring and is trying to commit a fight for death. This scene is awesome in a way that it was filmed very well, giving a glimpse of being real.

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3. Dr Kananga (Yaphet Kotto) – Live and Let Die (1973)

Let me admit here that obesity is really a silent killer. In this scene, Yaphet proved it to be right. In an underwater brawl, Bond is forcing some compressed air canister into his mouth, but all of sudden he is exploded like a balloon. The scene is filmed very nice.

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2. Bennett (Vernon Wells) – Commando (1989)

To some extent, it is bad to have given this part to a Freddie Mercury impersonator. Bennett’s death itself has come as a shocking moment. The scene looks like it is a real death scene, and is filmed perfectly.

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1. Scott Summers / Cyclops (James Marsden) – X-Men: The Last Stand (2006)

X-Men: The Last Stand was given to a number of directors after the project was rejected by Bryan Singer, and James Marsden like filmmakers. It has many twists, but the death of James looks like a surprise.

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