7 Movies Where Pretty Much Everyone Dies

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Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964)

The nuclear catastrophe satire by Stanley Kubrick was consistently funny but also ended rather bleakly with very clearly suggestion of worldwide mutual destruction.

Reservoir Dogs (1992)

The heist movie by Quentin Tarantino ends in a Mexican standoff caused by the natural suspicion that exists between the crew of robbers.

The Others (2001)

The horror film's reveal is centred around the protagonists not existing in the physical world.

The Departed (2006)

This Martin Scorsese crime drama about finding a mole in a syndicate ends with pretty much everyone's bodies riddled with bullets.

The Prestige (2006)

The Christopher Nolan period drama about rival magicians ends in tragedy as nearly every major character dies as a consequence of someone else's actions.

The Hateful Eight (2015)

The Quentin Tarantino film about a group of strangers locked in a room ends in a bloodbath given the mutual distaste they all share.

All Quiet on the Western Front (2022)

The German war film by Edward Berger ends in the death of all major characters, signifying the death of a whole generation of young men over a pointless political conflict.

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