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  • thes scenes were a surprise, but not the welcome kind.

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  • And today we'll be counting down our picks for the top 10 unexpected movie deaths that made us cry for this list.

  • We're looking at shocking big screen deaths that triggered some water works.

  • Naturally, there will be spoilers throughout.

  • Let's roll Number 10.

  • Philip Colson The Avengers.

  • Someone dying in a Jar Sweden Project is about as unexpected as a Tony Stark quip, but Phil Coulson passing in The Avengers, still hits hard despite being in a flying fortress with some of the universe's strongest heroes.

  • Coulson is still unceremoniously stabbed by Loki.

  • You like this?

  • We started working on the prototype after you sent the destroyer.

  • Even I don't know what it does.

  • You want to find out?

  • Sure.

  • Up to this point, the Avengers was Maura about banter and clashing egos than life for death battles, and Coulson's demise acts as an emotional anchor for not only the heroes but also the rest of the story.

  • Phil Coulson died, still believing in that idea in hero.

  • Coulson does eventually come back to the M.

  • C.

  • U.

  • But that does not diminish this moments impact you're gonna lose.

  • Um, I it's in your nature Number nine.

  • Mary Margaret Maggie Fitzgerald Million Dollar Baby At first glance, Clint Eastwood's Million Dollar Baby might seem like just another boxing movie.

  • In the vein of something like Rocky, however, that changes around halfway through the story.

  • Once Maggie is injured in the ring and rendered mostly immobile, the sports flick gives way to an emotionally draining drama about perseverance, family and love.

  • Frankie must have called every hospital in America looking for somebody who tell him they could fix it, came close twice until they checked her over A Million Dollar Baby is exhausting toe watch and offers no easy solutions.

  • When Frankie finally honors Maggie's wish for death, any lingering traces of million dollar babies feel good sports roots are long gone, and the only things left our tears and anger gave her a single shot.

  • It was enough adrenaline to do the job a few times over.

  • We didn't wanna going through this again.

  • Number eight Rachel Dawes.

  • The Dark Knight Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight trilogy is relatively grounded compared to most superhero films, but the movie is air, not exceptionally darker, grim good evening, Ladies and gentlemen, we are tonight's entertainment built up as the dark nights main love interest.

  • Rachel Dawes has killed off in a moment that shocks Bruce Wayne, Harvey Dent and audiences under the assumption that Batman will always find a way to save the day.

  • You'll have to choose.

  • He's at 250 52nd Street on she's on Avenue X.

  • That's just, uh, which one you going out?

  • What heightens this deaths impact is that it does not seem initially hopeless, But the Joker's proclamation that Batman could only save Rachel or Dent proves to be prophetic.

  • E no!

  • Okay, Renta.

  • Harvey, It's OK.

  • It's all right.

  • Listen.

  • Some Number seven.

  • Captain John H.

  • Miller Saving Private Ryan, the protagonist of a war movie Dying is hardly unexpected, especially in one as intense as Steven Spielberg's 1998 epic.

  • However, the way Captain Miller Falls is devastating and shocking.

  • Earned This Tom Hanks Is Captain survives staggering odds in a final battle against German soldiers on Lee to be shot by a prisoner minutes before Allied forces arrived to turn the tide saving Private Ryan paints Miller and his soldiers mission to save James Ryan as, at best, unwise.

  • You know it's going to Romel on finding him so he could go home.

  • If that earns me the right to get back to my wife, Well, then, then that's my mission.

  • This idea is emphasized greatly by the fact that the heroes final action in the war is toe weekly fire at an approaching tank.

  • Number six Jack Twist, Brokeback Mountain Set during a time when same sex relationships were not as openly accepted, Brokeback Mountain has an air of tragedy.

  • From the second, Ennis and Jack begin to develop feelings for one another.

  • There's a one shot thing we got going on here.

  • There's nobody business but ours.

  • You know I ain't queer.

  • Me, neither more than a decade passes is both men get married and have kids.

  • Meanwhile, Ennis rejects Jack's attempts to start a life together.

  • But you didn't want it in us.

  • So what we got now he's broke back.

  • Now everything is built on that.

  • That's all we got for one day.

  • Ennis receives news confirming that Jack has passed away.

  • The reveal is harrowingly understated, especially since Brokeback Mountain leaves it ambiguous as to what exactly happened to Jack.

  • If the tears do not flow during this moment, then they will.

  • When Anna's visits Jack's parents and finds a pair of familiar shirts.

  • Number five.

  • Rosie Jo Jo Rabbit.

  • Due to its satirical tone and Sam Rockwell's boundless charm, Jo Jo rabbits tragic beats end up landing like a ton of bricks.

  • Oh yes, that's a wonderful idea.

  • Yes, I give my full permission for you to send us a 10 year old child in tow.

  • War or someone get to see the gun.

  • And I've been more than happy to fight in the front.

  • Get in line, you said in Germany during World War two.

  • Joe Joe is a young Nazi enthusiast who's imaginary friend is Hitler.

  • His mother secretly opposes the war movement and has a Jewish girl hiding in their attic, so it was only a matter of time before something gave way.

  • She was born on the seventh.

  • That's the first he was helping us.

  • I'll be back.

  • Figure out she's dead.

  • Then I'll be dead.

  • That happened when Joe Joe found his mother dead in a public square, a moment that it's surprisingly quiet for the film.

  • Rosie is the most inherently good person in Jo Jo Rabbit and her death is devastating.

  • Just didn't want you to know anything that could get you in trouble.

  • But now I have nothing.

  • No.

  • One.

  • Number four.

  • Hoban, Wash.

  • Washburn Serenity, Jazz Sweden's characters are generally on borrowed time, but in writing washes, death and serenity, Weeden seems to delight in being extra cruel.

  • This landing is gonna get pretty interesting.

  • Defying.

  • Interesting.

  • Oh God, oh God, we're all gonna die fireflies!

  • Cinematic Finality has action comedy twists and two noteworthy deaths, along with Shepherd Book Wash.

  • Serenity Is Pilot does not survive to the end credits after braving a battlefield and securing a crash landing washes, punished for a success with a vicious spear to the chest.

  • Baby, Maybe now, baby, come on, You gotta go.

  • Come on, we gotta.

  • The death is sudden, and serenity barely gives anyone time to process the loss as there's still work to be done.

  • Wait, Wash Where's wash?

  • He ain't coming.

  • Move the Karam crates.

  • Number three.

  • Radio Raheem Do the Right Thing.

  • Spike Lee's 1989 drama tackles racism and racial conflict within the context of a Brooklyn neighborhood and revolves around an Italian pizzerias wall of fame that lacks any black representation.

  • Hey, Sal, how come get the brothers on the wall here.

  • You want brothers on the wall, Get your own place.

  • You can do what you wanna do.

  • Tensions escalate until a fight breaks out between Saul, the owner of the pizzeria, and Radio Raheem and his friends leading to the cops arriving on the scene to break them up.

  • However, one officer ends up choking Rahim to death, despite pleas to stop from both the crowd and other cops.

  • It's a moment that simultaneously, totally unexpected yet depressingly familiar, and it serves as the instigating factor for a riot in the movie number two.

  • Thomas J.

  • Senate.

  • My Girl.

  • While death is a common theme of many coming of age stories, my girl handles the subject more directly than most.

  • As an 11 year old girl who lives in a funeral home and whose mother died shortly after giving birth to her, Veda is fully aware that nothing lasts forever.

  • Being will stop your tears.

  • There is something to calm your fears.

  • You think that as your queue forever apart and I know we'll always be here.

  • But her friendship with Thomas J.

  • Brought a touch of innocents to the protagonists world.

  • So it is super shocking when the news breaks out that Thomas has died due to an allergic reaction.

  • He was allergic to bees.

  • He's okay, isn't he?

  • There were just too many of them.

  • The funeral scene after this gut punch is also heartbreaking, as my girl does not attempt to soften Vegas grief.

  • Wanna go tree climbing?

  • Thomas shake his face hurts.

  • And where is his glasses?

  • He can't see without his glasses.

  • Before we unveil our topic, grab some tissues because here's a few more honorable mentions that will make you bawl your eyes out.

  • Neil Perry Dead Poets Society.

  • Ah, heartbreaking death.

  • That hurts as much as a punch to the face.

  • Okay, It's okay.

  • All right.

  • Okay.

  • E explain.

  • It was his father.

  • No, he wasn't E.

  • Hey, one z o Velia Pan's labyrinth.

  • Whether the underworld is really or imaginary, this death is still devastating.

  • Yeah.

  • Leslie Berg, Bridge to Terabithia because a character so full of life just randomly dies offscreen.

  • Your friend Leslie is dead.

  • She drowned in a creek this morning.

  • Apparently she tried to swing across on a rope and it broke.

  • They think she had her head.

  • Yang.

  • Do you, Donta?

  • Guardians of the galaxy.

  • Valium too, because Quill deserved to spend more time with his real daddy.

  • I'm damn lucky, my boy.

  • Through him.

  • What?

  • Monsieur Gustave H, the Grand Budapest Hotel?

  • Because it happens out of nowhere and feels unexpectedly riel.

  • There are still faint glimmers of civilization left in this barbaric slaughterhouse that was once known as humanity.

  • Yeah, well, they gotta get this house.

  • He was one of them.

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  • Number one.

  • Malcolm Crowe.

  • The Sixth Sense Hard is it might be to go into The Sixth Sense blind.

  • Nowadays, the film's legendary twist is nothing short of a crushing master stroke.

  • You haven't told bedtime stories before?

  • Uh, not too many.

  • Now we have to add some questions.

  • Stuff After being shot by a patient in the opening sequence, Dr Malcolm Crowe takes on the case of a child who can see dead people as a way to make amends for failing his former client, Malcolm decides to try and help this new boy because he feels that if you could help this new boy be like helping that other one, too.

  • Although The Sixth Sense drop some subtle hints for shadowing, it's twist.

  • The reveal that Crow has been dead the whole time comes as a huge shock.

  • I see people they don't know they're dead.

  • How often do you see them?

  • The death scene is so unexpected, the impacted character needs around 90 minutes to realize it even happened to see anymore.

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    林宜悉   posted on 2020/10/25
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