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    The pig-faced Nazi's face literally melting off in Indiana Jones: Ark of the Covenant was pretty epic.

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    Nothing can beat Steve Buscemi's death in "Fargo".
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    Capt. Kirk's anti-climactic death in that stupid Star Trek movie that combined new with old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Desperado44 View Post
    Capt. Kirk's anti-climactic death in that stupid Star Trek movie that combined new with old.
    Oh, Generations was a good time. "It was . . . fun. Oh, my . . ." Poetic, for a halfway action flick.

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    The Toxic Avenger. Hands-down the most ridiculously violent movie I've ever watched... so violent you laugh at it. I couldn't pin down that film to just one death.

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    The end of one of the Naked Gun movies where the guy falls off the bleachers, gets run over by a marching band, steam roller and semi or whatever. It was so over the top that it was wonderful

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    Any movie shown on the Sci Fi channel, lol. I love bad movies.

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    Connoiseur of bad horror movies here. "Evil Dead" Parts I and II are chock full of ridiculous and deliciously hideous deaths and rebirths and deaths (and rebirths.)

    And you really got to hand it to the Alien bursting out of the actor's chest and skittering about. Chilling giggles. I have seen a skit of a comedian doing a "Rocky meets Alien" where the guy sticks his hand out through his jacket and waves it about while he howls "ALIEN!" Makes me laff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    The end of one of the Naked Gun movies where the guy falls off the bleachers, gets run over by a marching band, steam roller and semi or whatever. It was so over the top that it was wonderful
    Quoted for awesomeness...and then of course there was Will Ferrell's extended death in Austin Powers.

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