5 Best Movie Death Scenes 2010

Saturday, January 29 by Sheldon Reid

The 5 best movie death scenes 2010 include heroes and villains alike. You may have expected some of these deaths, while you others may have caught you off guard. Either way, prepare some final words for each fictional individual on the list.

  1. Lucas Lee's Death – "Scott Pilgrim Versus the World." In “Scott Pilgrim Versus the World,” Scott Pilgrim convinces Lucas Lee, a narcissistic nemesis, to show the crowd a “grindy thingy” on a skateboard. Lucas takes the bait and grinds down a lengthy trail of railing. In a hilarious death scene, the skateboarder picks up too much speed and goes up in flames. Scott earns 2,000 points for his clever tactics.
  2. Tyler's Death – "Remember Me." In “Remember Me,” Robert Pattinson plays Tyler, a troubled young adult. Despite much foreshadowing, it is easy to be caught off guard by Tyler’s death scene at the end of the movie. A zooming camera reveals Tyler standing inside one of the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center on September 11th.
  3. Jenny's Death – "The Human Centipede." The Human Centipede” takes a lot of heat from critics for its overly grotesque plot. For example, Jenny, played by Ashlynn Yennie, finds herself in a more-than-unfortunate situation that involves her digesting the waste of two other human beings. Jenny dies of blood poisoning. In a way, the entire movie was a slow death scene for this character.

  4. Jill's Death – "Saw 3D." You will not be surprised to discover that someone dies in “Saw 3D.” As was the case with its predecessors, the movie features torture and heavy gore. In one specific death scene, one of Jigsaw’s apprentices kills Jigsaw’s ex-wife by placing her head in the Reverse Bear Trap. After a series of flashbacks designed to raise the audience’s anticipation level, the device snaps back and rips her face open. Make sure you keep those 3-D glasses on for this death scene.

  5. Jabberwocky's Death – "Alice in Wonderland." Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland” is a treat for viewers of all ages. However, it is not without a climatic death scene. At the end of the movie, a courageous Alice slices the head off the Jabberwocky, a terrifying beast. Its head rolls down a series of stairs.

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