Most Satisfying Movie Villain Deathsegnomac There is nothing mores satisfying than watching movie's villain get whats coming to them for all there horrible deeds here are the most satisfying movie villain deaths.
The Top Ten
He ordered for the deaths of Frank Castles family for that he truly deserved his death by strapping him to a moving car into an exploding lot of cars. - egnomac
She tries to have Snow White killed and when she learns that she's still alive and living with the dwarfs she take matters into her own hand and uses a poison apple to put her into the sleeping death the dwarfs chase after her as there climbing up after her she tries to use a boulder to crush them to death and gets struck by lighting and falls off the cliff with boulder crushing down on her a more fitting death for a jealous Queen. - egnomacV 1 Comment
He tries to force Belle into marrying him by threatening to send her father to an insane asylum after learning about the Beast he rally the other villages into storming the castle to kill the Beast during the battle Beast grabs him by the throat and he starts pleading for him to let him go Beast spars his life and as soon as his back is turned he stabs him on his side and gets knocked off the castles and falls to his death. - egnomac
I can not say I was pleased with his death, it's amazing
This is probably the darkest villain death ever since Claude Frollo in The Hunchback of Notre Dam - but they handled it really well, and it was vital to the tone of the film and the personalities of the characters. Hell, even a Disney film as colourful and beautiful as Tarzan needs its dark moments.
My goodness, hanged from the vines of a tree, and it's not even shown. Look it up on YouTube! It is the most intense movie death ever! - higgsboson2142
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