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Is there a movie where there are no deaths?

Asked by applesaucemanny (1770points) June 6th, 2009

like in lion king Mufasa dies, then in Kung Fu Panda that turtle dies is there a movie where no one dies?

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The_Compassionate_Heretic's avatar

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No one died in American Pie.

ragingloli's avatar

“The Coneheads” or “My Mother Is An Alien”

willbrawn's avatar

No one died in…..

Well after thinking about it almost all of my favorite movies someone dies.

jrpowell's avatar

@The_Compassionate_Heretic :: The sock at the beginning died. At least it is dead to me.

The_Compassionate_Heretic's avatar

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@johnpowell Doesn’t count. Stifler wishing he was dead after his “pale ale” doesn’t count either.

SuperMouse's avatar

No one died in:

Meet the Fockers
Moonstruck
Parenthood
Keeping the Faith
Star Wars

Oh wait, check that last one…

wenn's avatar

no one dies in The Goonies

Aethelwine's avatar

Juno
Dazed and Confused
Valley Girl

Blondesjon's avatar

Bambi!

oh…wait a minute…fuck!

AstroChuck's avatar

Ultimately no. All talent involved with the movie must eventually face their demise. That’s just life.

The_Compassionate_Heretic's avatar

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@AstroChuck Animated characters don’t die.

SirBailey's avatar

The Sound of Music
42nd Street
Birdcage
Frankenstein
Fiddler on the Roof
(Most musicals)

skfinkel's avatar

My dinner with Andre.
When Harry Met Sally.
and lots more.

AstroChuck's avatar

@The_Compassionate_Heretic- I’m sorry to tell you this but animated characters aren’t real and their voices are provided by actual, and very mortal people.

Jeruba's avatar

Most movies have no deaths.

Supacase's avatar

If you’re speaking specifically of Disney movies, I don’t think anyone dies in Beauty and the Beast.

AstroChuck's avatar

What about poor Gaston?

rottenit's avatar

No one died in Bolt that I cam remember, or Harold and Kumar escape from Gitmo.

cyn's avatar

what about Grease…?
Dirty Dancing?

MacBean's avatar

@The_Compassionate_Heretic @johnpowell : The sock may not count, but the pie has to. He really killed that pie.

chyna's avatar

@cyndihugs There was an abortion in dirty dancing.

SuperMouse's avatar

Is it my computer or has skfinkel been crafting a response to this question for approximately 5 hours?

chyna's avatar

@SuperMouse 4 hours 33 minutes to be exact. I’m a bit worried.

Supacase's avatar

@AstroChuck Whether or not Gaston survived the fall into the moat is never confirmed either way.

ragingloli's avatar

@Supacase
Gaston was subsequently vanquished by his arch enemy, Suiseiseki, desu.

Bluefreedom's avatar

No deaths:

Mary Poppins
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
Sixteen Candles
The Breakfast Club
Home Alone

TheBox193's avatar

Back the Future the directors claim that no one dies, but I swear that in part 3 Mr. Strickland / the sheriff gets shot…
Wimbledon
Mama Mia!
A Christmas Story

Bobbydavid's avatar

Check all the Rambo films…..

rooeytoo's avatar

I don’t mind people dying, but the vomiting drives me crazy, when did it become entertainment to watch someone puke???

Sorry I didn’t answer your question, but it made me think of this!

And I can’t think of a movie where no one dies.

adreamofautumn's avatar

Thirteen, sisterhood of the traveling pants, cars, the lucky ones, forgetting sarah marshall, vicky cristina barcelona…(and those are just the files I can currently see sitting on my desktop, i’m pretty sure there are tons and tons and tons).

mattbrowne's avatar

My gut feeling tells me this applies to the majority of movies. Maybe someone has done a statistic on the subject.

calvinette's avatar

Lost in Translation. Cars. Young Frankenstein. The Truman Show. Ghostbusters. Napoleon Dynamite. Rushmore. The Incredibles.

SuperMouse's avatar

Toy Story, Might Aphrodite, Picture Perfect, Murderball

AstroChuck's avatar

Behind The Green Door, Deep Throat, The Violation Of Claudia, Debbie Does Dallas…

chyna's avatar

@AstroChuck Very interesting choice of movies…

MacBean's avatar

@adreamofautumn —There’s definitely a death in Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants. It’s the whole reason why I like the movie.

Alleycat8782's avatar

My favorite and classic Pretty in Pink!

tiffyandthewall's avatar

the science of sleep. i think

MacBean's avatar

I think Thank You For Smoking only has implied deaths. Lots and lots and lots of them! Does that count?

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