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If you look at Hollywood actors that dies a lot in movies, Sean Bean must be up there with one of the highest death counts going! If you see a movie or TV series with him in, more than likely he’ll be dead before the credits begin to roll!
Our favourite video editing maestro, Harry Hanrahan (who’s previous work you can catch here) has been at it again and has compiled a rather gory collection of scenes in which we get to see Mr. Bean (not that one) die over and over again.
I’ve placed the list of movies in which you get to see here below courtesy of Pajiba who hosted the video in the first place.
Please note, this video is rather gory in places.
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00:07 – Don’t Say a Word (2001)
00:24 – Equilibrium (2002)
00:33 – Outlaw (2007)
00:39 – Airborne (1998)
00:43 – Red Riding: In the Year of Our Lord 1974 »
- David Sztypuljak
Hitting movie theaters this weekend:
Movie of the Week
The Plot: A veterinary student (Pattinson) abandons his studies after his parents are killed and joins a traveling circus as their vet.
The Buzz: This period piece looks to be a well put together romantic drama. I enjoyed Pattinson’s general vibe in the trailer; thankfully a far cry from his brooding ham-bake of the Twilight films. Witherspoon is winsome, I typically love her in her more dramatic pieces — aside from the laborious Vanity Fair. It’ll be interesting to see what kind of on-screen magic this pair can conjure up. Happy to see Christolph Waltz again, »
- Aaron Ruffcorn
I don't know if they timed it this way intentionally, but if not, it's a pretty neat coincidence that Lorna Doone is hitting DVD two days after the premiere of HBO's new fantasy drama Game of Thrones. Why? Because they both star Sean Bean -- though in very different capacities. While in Game of Thrones he plays a morally conflicted patriarch of a large family, here in Lorna Doone he plays a much more villainous role as Carver Doone,[...] »
- Sam McPherson
3 items from 2011
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