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  • 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.

  • 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?

  • Jurassic Park on Random Funniest Death Scenes In Movie History

    (#3) Jurassic Park

    • Samuel L. Jackson, Jeff Goldblum, Richard Attenborough, Laura Dern, Sam Neill, Wayne Knight, B. D. Wong, Ariana Richards, Richard Kiley, Miguel Sandoval, Bob Peck, Joseph Mazzello, Martin Ferrero, Whit Hertford, Gary Rodriguez, Robert 'Bobby Z' Zajonc, Jophery C. Brown, Cameron Thor, Gerald R. Molen, Dean Cundey, Christopher John Fields, Greg Burson, Brian Smrz, Laura Burnett, Brad M. Bucklin, Tom Mishler, Adrian Escober

    Sometimes when looking back on historically funny death scenes, it's hard to appreciate them for what they were because there have now been so many derivative versions of the scene. How many movies nowadays - from horror, to sci-fi, to romcoms - feature a character getting eaten by a T. rex straight off the toilet? Too many to count!

    Well, when Gennaro was first plucked off his porcelain throne to be devoured by a hungry T. rex in Jurassic Park, that was the first time something like that had ever happened. Hard to believe, right? This scene also receives slapstick bonus points for the entire bathroom surrounding Gennaro falling to pieces like it was a set piece in a Charlie Chaplin movie.

  • Django Unchained on Random Funniest Death Scenes In Movie History

    (#8) Django Unchained

    • Leonardo DiCaprio, Kerry Washington, Samuel L. Jackson, Jamie Foxx, Quentin Tarantino, Jonah Hill, Christoph Waltz, Don Johnson, Bruce Dern, Amber Tamblyn, Walton Goggins, Franco Nero, James Remar, Tom Wopat, Tom Savini, Robert Carradine, Zoe Bell, Michael Parks, Russ Tamblyn, Nichole Galicia, James Russo, Michael Bowen, M. C. Gainey, Lee Horsley, Gary Grubbs, Rex Linn, John Jarratt, Don Stroud, J.D. Evermore, Elton LeBlanc, Edrick Browne, Ato Essandoh, Ritchie Montgomery, John McConnell, Ned Bellamy, James Parks, Michael Bacall, Dennis Christopher, Laura Cayouette, Jarrod Bunch, Evan Parke, Lewis Smith, Todd Allen, Jamal Duff, Dane Rhodes, Jake Garber, Cooper Huckabee, Kim Collins, Erin Pickett, Omar J. Dorsey, Christopher Shane Berry, Louise Stratten, Mark Ulano, Edward J. Clare, Sammi Rotibi, Kim Robillard, Doc Duhame, Ted Neeley, David Steen, Jon Thomas, Brian Brown, Victoria Thomas, Johnny Otto, Kimberley Drummond, Glen Warner, Matthew Parrott, Keith Jefferson, Chuck Murphy, Gregory Allen Gabroy, Misty Upham, William Hudson, Escalante Lundy, Deborah Ayorinde, Kesha Bullard, Kasey James, Skipper Landry, Justin Hall, Clay Donahue Fontenot, Shana Stein, Belinda Owino, Jordon Michael Corbin, Jack Lucarelli, LaTeace Towns-Cuellar, Richie J. Ladner, Dana Michelle Gourrier, Amari Cheatom, Sharon Pierre-Louis, Timothy Pickles, Kinetic 9, Catherine Lambert, Ashley Toman, Jakel Marshall, Ross P. Cook, Danièle Watts, Takara Clark, Craig Stark, Carl Bailey, Sandra Linz, Tristan Tierce, David Coennen, Kay Smith, Shannon Hazlett, Kel Owens, Mike DeMille, Lil Chuuuch, Marsha Stephanie Blake, Nicholas Dashnaw, Carl Singleton, Tenaj L. Jackson, Marcus Henderson, Monica Rene'e Anderson, Kerry Sims, Miriam F. Glover, Ronan Hice, Keniaryn Mitchell, Sonny Clary, Cindy Mah, Grace Collins

    In real life, someone wrongs you, and that's basically the end of it. You might stay up late into the night imagining what you should have done, but in the actual moment, the vast majority of people choose to do nothing. Luckily, it doesn't work that way in films. In a movie, someone can have their comeuppance immediately, and it's incredibly satisfying to watch. 

    In the back half of Django Unchained, Django convinces a group of slave traders to let him go, so he can lead them to even greater riches. The traders agree, and then the exact moment Django is handed a gun, he shoots all three of them. Quentin Tarantino, playing one of the traders, happens to be holding a sack full of dynamite, and thus his character bites the dust in a massive - and perfectly timed - explosion. 

  • Zoolander on Random Funniest Death Scenes In Movie History

    (#9) Zoolander

    • Natalie Portman, Paris Hilton, Heidi Klum, David Bowie, Milla Jovovich, Donald Trump, Gwen Stefani, Lil' Kim, Victoria Beckham, Winona Ryder, Will Ferrell, Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson, Lenny Kravitz, David Duchovny, Alexander Skarsgård, Claudia Schiffer, Andy Dick, Cuba Gooding Jr., Jon Voight, Christian Slater, Jennifer Coolidge, Patton Oswalt, Christine Taylor, Emma Bunton, James Marsden, Tommy Hilfiger, Fred Durst, Sandra Bernhard, Gavin Rossdale, Justin Theroux, Jerry Stiller, Billy Zane, Lance Bass, Tom Ford, Tyson Beckford, Karl Lagerfeld, Garry Shandling, Stephen Dorff, Nora Dunn, Anne Meara, Mark Ronson, Fabio Lanzoni, Veronica Webb, Frankie Rayder, Lukas Haas, Irina Pantaeva, Godfrey, Carmen Kass, Tony Ashwin Kanal, Melania Trump, Dave Brockie, Jennifer Dorogi, Judah Friedlander, Theo Kogan, Kevyn Aucoin, Shavo Odadjian, Ève Salvail, Steve Kmetko, Tina Casciani, Jerry Stahl, Vikram Chatwal, Alexa Nikolas, Amy Stiller, Andrew Wilson, David Pressman, Endre Hules, Johann Urb, Ric Pipino, Richie Rich, John Vargas, Frédéric Fekkai, Dechen Thurman, Mauricio Sanchez, Chris Kerson, Nathan Lee Graham, Matt Levin, "Tubb" Tucker, Randall Slavin, Shabazz Ray, Cheryl Cosenza, Eric Winzenried, Michael Derks, Alexandria Morrow, Jennifer McComb, Guy Perry, Lisa Ann Phillips, Rohan Quine, Woodrow W. Asai, Flattus Maximus, Luther Creek, Jonah Luber, Jeff Van Atta, Shawna Bermender, Taj Crown, Gregory J. Lucas, Eliot Johnson, Angel 11:11, Richard Stanley, Scott Strasbaugh, Rudy Segura, Colin McNish, Mason Webb, Mitch Winston, Luc Commeret, Alexandre Manning, Michael McAlpin, Darren Copeland, Svetlana, Kenny Max, Kashana, Zoya, Richard Gladys, Boris Kachscovsky, Charles L. Brame, Asio Highsmith, King, Ming Ho Kum, Herb Lieberz, Pauly J, K-Roc, Stan Chu, Lam Bor, Taylor Hart, Paulo Pascoal, Klara Landrat, Akiko Ashley, Jennifer R. Blake, Kristen Fick, Autumn Leigh Brown, Amanda Pham, Slymenstra Hymen, Eric Floyd, Kevin Squires, Ethan Higbee

    A summer's day. Four friends are frolicking together across New York City. Among them, there isn't a single care, or college credit, to be found. It's a classic afternoon hang; they run, they play, they splash each other with gasoline, they light up a cigarette, and they blow up an entire gas station

    Zoolander is a cartoonish film that abides by cartoonish logic. It's the only type of world in which four adult men would even think having a gasoline fight was a good idea in the first place. So when that cartoonish logic is suddenly switched off, and their actions have actual consequences that lead to their incredibly abrupt demise, it's one of the funniest moments in the entire film.

  • Zombieland on Random Funniest Death Scenes In Movie History

    (#1) Zombieland

    • Emma Stone, Amber Heard, Bill Murray, Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Abigail Breslin, Mike White, Ric Govea, Steve Warren, Chris Burns, Barry Hopkins, Elle Alexander, Ernest Dancy, Blaise Corrigan, Shaun Lynch, Derek Graf, Cody Rowlett, Lynn McArthur, Amir Kovacs, Jon Gould, Clay Walker, Jade Moser, Daniel Burnley, Steve Prouty, Cesar Aguirre, Justin Price, Nathan Wright, Travis Grant, Sonya Thompson, Ashley Lambert, April Rich, Brian Stretch, Anthony Samples, Amir R. Khan, Dalton Cole, Robert Hatch, Travis Young, Steven Stadler, Hunter Aldridge, Michael August, Jacob G. Akins, Scott M. Yaffee, Kurt McNew, Ming Qiu, Tammy Luthi Retzlaff, Sydnie Dawson, Melanie Booth, Michelle Sebek, Sean Hilton Stephens, Darian O'Rear, Joan Schuermeyer, Jessalin Smith, Devin Ray, Brian Luallen, Paul A. Moser, Victory Van Tuyl

    Bill Murray's sudden appearance and demise in Zombieland is a stroke of genius. Despite the obvious fantasizing of taking over a celebrity's mansion in the event of an extinction-level scenario, no zombie movie had ever really explored this dynamic before. There's something inherently fascinating about being a celebrity in a post-celebrity, post-apocalyptic world, and honestly, that could be a movie in itself. 

    Murray's demise once again uses the contrast of "this is a movie, of course, they're going to be okay" with the stark reality of "oh, no, they are absolutely not okay." Murray is convinced to pull a prank on Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg) by Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson) and Wichita (Emma Stone), who both assure him it's going to be hilarious because Columbus is like "a little bunny." Naturally, when Murray enters the room dressed like a zombie, Columbus blows a hole through his chest with a shotgun.

    Luckily, Murray's passing isn't quite as immediate, and he deadpans through some hilarious lines before drifting away.

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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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