The ‘Don’t Die On Me’ Supercut Is Here To Will You Into Living

By: 06.03.14  •  3 Comments
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Supercuts are the perfect way for our dying attention spans to waste time while being slightly entertained. The quick succession of moments is usually a fine way to blow through various topics, be it every punch in Road House, the antics of Nic Cage, or all the ways that Hollywood has complimented the ass over the years.

This one highlights the use of the phrase “don’t die on me,” an old standard for conveying the emotions involved in loss and raising the tension of a scene to those dramatic levels. See if you can pick out all of the movies featured before checking out the full list on the next page.

(Via Supercutonline)

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