The Death Scene: Jack Carter looks out onto the slate-grey waves of the North Sea, before catching a well-aimed bullet from an unseen sniper.
Most Shocking Element: It's an unremittingly bleak ending, although given the savagery displayed by Carter throughout the film, perhaps a fitting one.
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Mar 30th 2012, 9:06
Wheres Boba Fett? Shocking in the fact that it sucked
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Mar 30th 2012, 9:13
When I watched it first, I expected the unborn (and now cut-out) baby in the box of "Se7en". Also unexpected was the death scene at the dinner table in "I Love Paris". Travolta head-shoots the woman! Was quite a surprise...
Mar 30th 2012, 9:30
good list, although is it wrong that i was wanting some clips to go with some of these? (cant beat a bit of gore)..... but wheres wash's death from serenity? that has to be high on the list of shocking deaths, also thought mark ruffallos death in Collateral was quite surprising
Mar 30th 2012, 9:56
Not a bad list. Snowtown has to be number 1.. has to be.. the scene in the bathroom is easily the most disturbing and realistic scene I have ever seen. Bit lazy to go down the Final Destination/Saw route as that is basically the only thing the films have, and you've already done a 50 list which was all about them.. Pulp Fiction deserves a nod for Marvin.
Mar 30th 2012, 13:17
Serenity?..Wash? That's gotta be on there.
Mar 30th 2012, 13:24
Yeah, what a7sox said.
Where the hell is Serenity?
"May contain spoilers!" Well, someone had to write it.
Mar 30th 2012, 13:43
No Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry on the list? ...and I agree wth ChrisWootton....Pulp Fiction/Marvin should have been there...
Mar 30th 2012, 14:30
I wasn't especially shocked by Costigan dying in The Departed. Yan taking a bullet in Infernal Affairs really did come as a surprise though.
Mar 30th 2012, 15:42
have to admit i was really shocked that Bill was killed at the end of Kill Bill...... didnt see that twist coming
Mar 30th 2012, 16:35
I agree with A7sox, I was waiting for wash's death in Serenity to show up on the list...tore me up in its abruptness :(
The scars still linger:(
Mar 30th 2012, 17:23
Some of the earlier choices are not surprises... something keeps saying they're about to die.
But I kept waiting for Marvin's death from Pulp Fiction, figured it had to be high on the list. For shame.
Mar 30th 2012, 17:30
What about Jack Vincennes in LA Confidential? Although, I do totally agree with the rest of the comments regarding Wash in Serenity.
Mar 30th 2012, 17:57
Totally agree on Marvin in Pulp Fiction, but what about Vincent Vega? Also, Marley (the dog) in Marley and Me. That movie was billed as a kiddy flick, and I can tell you that me, my five year old daughter, and the other 500 toddlers and their parents in the theatre thought it was pretty effing shocking.
Mar 30th 2012, 18:23
steve buscemi's death at the end of Fargo!
Mar 30th 2012, 22:26
wasnt Get Carter a 78 movie not 71?
Mar 30th 2012, 22:27
i meant 71 not 78 dang it
Mar 30th 2012, 22:33
my most shocking was in the original Manchurian Candidate when Raymond shoots his love Jocelyn while conditioned. really shock was the only way to describe my reaction
Mar 31st 2012, 0:15
RE "Teeth": the picture you used is from a later scene with her step-brother and not the, er, incident you proceeded to describe. Just thought I'd point that out there ^^
Apr 1st 2012, 20:28
No mention of Dancer in the Dark then? Of all the shocking death scenes I have EVER scene that one was the most shocking, disturbing and horrible.
Apr 1st 2012, 22:31
Man bites dog, Henry : Portrait of a Serial Killer, Mr White killing a couple of cops in their car. Why do I watch these things?
Apr 2nd 2012, 15:06
Mufasa's death by Scar perhaps?
Apr 2nd 2012, 16:35
Irreversible. The fire extinguisher. I can't watch it anymore. The effects and sound are too effective for me.
Apr 3rd 2012, 5:05
I love number 17. I think it should have been higher on the list but thats just a personal preference.
Apr 3rd 2012, 18:22
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