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  • John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum on Random Funniest Death Scenes In Movie History

    (#11) John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum

    • Keanu Reeves, Halle Berry, Ruby Rose, Ian McShane, Mark Dacascos, Common, Lance Reddick, Laurence Fishburne, Jason Mantzoukas, Anjelica Huston

    John Wick is often mistaken for an assassin or hit man, but he's really an artist. He's an artist, and his medium is death. His canvas? The entire world. His tools? Everything and anything within arm's reach. John proves this throughout the franchise, but no moment is it better exemplified than when he eliminates two men by causing a horse to kick with impeccable timing.  

    "Death by horse." That's what their obituaries would say. If they're lucky, it might say, "Death by a horse being controlled by the deadliest man the world has ever known." But, even then, most people would probably start laughing after "death by horse" and not get to the rest. 

    "Unnamed Goon (1985-2019). He Died As He Lived - Horsin' Around." 

  • Out of Sight on Random Funniest Death Scenes In Movie History

    (#16) Out of Sight

    • Jennifer Lopez, George Clooney, Samuel L. Jackson, Michael Keaton, Don Cheadle, Viola Davis, Albert Brooks, Catherine Keener, Ving Rhames, Isaiah Washington, Luis Guzmán, Nancy Allen, Steve Zahn, Dennis Farina, Jennifer Dorogi, Paul Calderón, Joe Chrest, James R. Black, Al Quinn, Wayne Pere, Joe Coyle, Keith Loneker, Manny Suárez, Thelma Gutiérrez, Oscar A. Diaz, Connie Sawyer, Brad Martin, Donna Frenzel, Philip Perlman, Paul Soileau, Keith Hudson, Joe Hess, Dee Tew, Chic Daniel, Chuck Castleberry, Susan Hatfield, Rick Michaels, Scott Allen, Sherrie Peterson, Mike Malone, Betsy Monroe, Mark Brown, Pati Lauren, Gregory Alpert, Mike Gerzevitz, Ronnie Stutes, Jim Robinson, Stephen M. Horn, Sandra Ives, Wendell B. Harris, Jr.

    White Boy Bob fatally wounded himself when he fell while running up a set of stairs, accidentally firing his piece through his own head. White Boy Bob seems to be the only person at fault in this mishap, but there's an argument to be made that the American education system is just as guilty. Maybe if students were told a little less about the dangers of running with scissors, and a little more about the dangers of running with a loaded pistol, this could have been avoided. 

    When your nickname is based on the immediate attributes someone finds out about you within five seconds of meeting you, you're probably not a very interesting guy. Luckily, White Boy Bob can leave the Earth knowing his new nickname is "Guy Who Shot Himself on the Stairs in Out Of Sight Bob."

  • Pulp Fiction on Random Funniest Death Scenes In Movie History

    (#2) Pulp Fiction

    • John Travolta, Bruce Willis, Uma Thurman, Samuel L. Jackson, Christopher Walken, Quentin Tarantino, Steve Buscemi, Kathy Griffin, Tim Roth, Harvey Keitel, Rosanna Arquette, Ving Rhames, Eric Stoltz, Julia Sweeney, Amanda Plummer, Phil LaMarr, Dick Miller, Alexis Arquette, Peter Greene, Bronagh Gallagher, Maria de Medeiros, Frank Whaley, Paul Calderón, Lawrence Bender, Karen Maruyama, Michael Gilden, Stephen Hibbert, Duane Whitaker, Emil Sitka, Angela Jones, Burr Steers, Don Blakely, Joseph Pilato, Rene Beard, Venessia Valentino, Linda Kaye, Brad Parker, Chandler Lindauer, Glendon Rich, Ani Sava, Brenda Hillhouse, Susan Griffiths, Robert Ruth, Lorelei Leslie, Eric Clark, Rich Turner, Devan Richardson, Jerome Patrick Hoban, Carl Allen, Sy Sher, Laura Lovelace, Gary Shorelle, Cie Allman, Lori Pizzo

    Humans all seem to have an innate belief that our lives, and thus our deaths, have some sort of meaning. Even in the language of film, we've grown accustomed to the fact that if we know a character's name, if we've heard them speak, their death will hold some measure of gravitas. 

    That's why it's so brilliantly funny when Vincent Vega (John Travolta) accidentally blows Marvin's head off in the middle of a casual conversation. The deadpan delivery of "I shot Marvin in the face" only adds to the comedic contrast of the moment. A man has perished, a mother has lost her son, yet Vincent and Jules (Samuel L. Jackson) discuss this in the same tone they discussed cheeseburgers at the beginning of the film. 

    It's... well, it's hilarious. Is that okay to admit? Who knows, but the important thing is that this scene is funny.

  • The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! on Random Funniest Death Scenes In Movie History

    (#6) The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!

    • O. J. Simpson, "Weird Al" Yankovic, Reggie Jackson, Leslie Nielsen, Priscilla Presley, Jim Palmer, George Kennedy, Ricardo Montalbán, Tim McCarver, Dick Vitale, Dick Enberg, John Houseman, Joyce Brothers, Mel Allen, Curt Gowdy, Nancy Marchand, Joe Grifasi, Brinke Stevens, Lawrence Tierney, David Gale, Nicholas Worth, Hank Robinson, Tom Dugan, Burton Zucker, Conrad E. Palmisano, Charlotte Zucker, Raye Birk, Mark Holton, Robert Arthur, Winifred Freedman, Susan Breslau, Ron Luciano, Robert K. Weiss, Stuart Lancaster, Tiny Ron Taylor, Jeannette Charles, Joe West, Christopher J. Keene, Sydney Urshan, Rick Seaman, David Katz, Jeff Wright, Ed Williams, Doris Hess, Jim Smith, Prince Hughes, Ronald G. Joseph, Susan Beaubian, Jay Johnstone, Charles Fick, Edwina Moore, Charles Gherardi, Randy Harvey, Leslie Maier, Mallory Sandler, Dennis Packer, Maureen Flaherty, Ken Minyard, Jacqueline Barrymore, Don Woodard, Fredric Arnold, David Lloyd Austin, Mary Norman, Sharon Breslau, Ron Tank, Jane Couris, Brett Bartlett, Robert LuJane, Arthur Lamont Berger, Tony Brafa, Lorali Hart, Michael J. Montes, Larry Pines, Greg Breslau, Kenny Kaiser

    "He'll be all right in a couple of minutes," is a line spoken by Frank Drebin (Leslie Nielsen) after accidentally shooting a man, and seconds before that same man falls off a building and is run over in succession by a bus, a steamroller, and an entire marching band. 

    A joke so good, in a movie so funny, that Family Guy basically developed its entire style of comedy from it. A joke isn't over until it's over, and if you think it's dragging, keep it going until it comes back around to being funny. The joke could have ended with the fall, and it still would have been funny. It could have ended with the bus and the steamroller and have been genius. With the addition of the marching band, it ascends into comedy heaven.

  • Big Trouble in Little China on Random Funniest Death Scenes In Movie History

    (#10) Big Trouble in Little China

    • Kurt Russell, Kim Cattrall, John Carpenter, James Hong, Kate Burton, Gerald Okamura, Al Leong, Dan Inosanto, James Lew, Jerry Hardin, George Cheung, Victor Wong, Noel Toy, Chao-Li Chi, Jeff Imada, James Pax, Donald Li, Bill M. Ryusaki, Stuart Quan, Dennis Dun, Nathan Jung, Kenny Endoso, Peter Kwong, Leo Lee, June Kyoto Lu, Carter Wong, Dawna Lee Heising, Lia Chang, Paul J.Q. Lee, Eric Lee, James Lou, Gary Toy, Noble Craig, William S. Wong, Brian Imada, Daniel Lee, Danny Kwan, Jade Go, Vernon Rieta, Suzee Pai, Daniel Wong, Jimmy Jue, Shinko Isobe, William B. Snider, Yukio G. Collins, Diana Tanaka, Min Luong, Donna L. Noguschi, Rummel Mor, Craig Ng

    Here's the scenario: Your friends are lying lifeless around you, and your enemies outnumber you 4-to-1. What do you do? 

    An amateur fighter might choose to push through and keep fighting, leading to their inevitable demise in hand-to-hand combat. 

    Not a professional fighter, though. A true champion, like Thunder in Big Trouble in Little China, knows that sometimes the only honorable way out is to expand your body past its limits so that your entire being explodes, killing you and causing the roof to cave in on your enemies. 

    Look at the above picture long and hard - that's what a true hero looks like.

  • The Other Guys on Random Funniest Death Scenes In Movie History

    (#4) The Other Guys

    • Eva Mendes, Dwayne Johnson, Mark Wahlberg, Brooke Shields, Will Ferrell, Samuel L. Jackson, nm1157013, Michael Keaton, Ice-T, Anne Heche, Tracy Morgan, Natalie Zea, Rosie Perez, Ray Stevenson, Rob Riggle, Steve Coogan, Bobby Cannavale, Lindsay Sloane, Adam McKay, Damon Wayans, Jr., Zak Orth, Ben Schwartz, Alison Becker, Zach Woods, Rob Huebel, Josef Sommer, Malachy McCourt, Thomas Middleditch, Will Lyman, Zoe Lister-Jones, Paul Thornton, Sara Chase, Matt McCarthy, Brett Gelman, Andy Buckley, Kevin Collins, Barry Carl, Rosemary Howard, Harry L. Seddon, John Farrer, Steven Weisz, Skip Shea, Chris Gethard, Pete Antico, Tara Copeland, Naeem Uzimann, Larnell Stovall, Joe Dolinsky, Michael Delaney, Benjamin Kanes, Roy T. Anderson, Andrew Secunda, Brianne Moncrief, John J. Schneider, Viola Harris, Michael Jeremiah, Sean Marrinan, Tony Kost, James O'Donnell, Gina Hernandez, Johnathan Hallgrey, Patrick Crowley, Dustin LaValley, Pierce Turner, Oliver Wood, Sara DeRosa, Larry Goldstein, Jalil Jay Lynch, James Mazzola, Rob Mars, Arnold Y. Kim, Emmanuel Todorov, Kevin Osborne, Elizabeth Kaledin, Mark Fallon, C.C. Taylor, Jasmine Hope Bloch, Kathy Patterson, Joel Brody, Joshua Church, Carol Anne Mueller, Michael Fawcett, Shakiem Evans, Patrick Ferrell, Shelby Kovant, Scott J. Klein, David Gideon, Samantha Maldonado, John Boonin, Julie E. Davis, J. Santiago, T.J. Quicksilver, Danielle Cell, Angel Picard-Ami, Tess Kartel, Rory Clarke, Roy James Wilson, Martin Toohey, Pilar Angelique, Sean Heilig, Adam Phillips, James Archie Worley, Robin Ng, Benjamin Magnuson, Laura Martinelli, Patrick Reale, Jim Waters, Thomas McDonnell, Travis Cloer, Eamon Speer, Peter R. Thewes, Jake Quinn, Jamie Dugal, Sebastian Sommer, Warren Kelley, Ai Kiyono

    The Other Guys sets up Samuel L. Jackson and Dwayne Johnson as two of the biggest bad*sses to ever live. Like the great action heroes who have come before them, these two seemed invincible. That's why when they leap off a skyscraper in pursuit of a group of high-tech bad guys, the audience is positive they'll land on some sort of awning and keep up the chase - and that's also why it's so uproariously funny when they instead simply smack into the ground, lifeless.

    Never in recorded history has there been a more abrupt, or funnier, transition to a funeral. And on a side note - what bush were they aiming for in the first place?

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Birth is the beginning of life, death is the end of life, and life and death are the most fascinating and eternal topics of movies. Almost all types of movies will have death scenes, nothing can bring a movie audience to tears like the death of a beloved character, but when the death of an actor or actress on the screen becomes ridiculous and funny, the audience may laugh out loud and with tear.

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