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Each turns around periodically to look back longingly, but neither does so when the other is similarly paused. Claire turns the corner. Brad pauses in the middle of the street. He avoids one car, another hits him and a third bashes him about like a big, blonde ragdoll.

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Each turns around periodically to look back longingly, but neither does so when the other is similarly paused. Claire turns the corner. Brad pauses in the middle of the street. He avoids one car, another hits him and a third bashes him about like a big, blonde ragdoll. At time of writing the video has clocked up more than 5. This is the most bonkers one minute of a movie that I have ever seen pic.

Anyone arriving with no prior knowledge is likely to be knocked back in their seat by the baffling shift in tone. Claire and Brad look more lovely than summer itself. The street gleams. Look at Brad bounce.

Daffy Duck would be allowed a more dignified demise. Those still planning to watch the whole film have no cause to whine about spoilers. Bizarrely, the scene appears towards the beginning of the story. The original cut of Meet Joe Black was a staggering minutes long. As we mentioned already, the film emerged in the aftermath of Titanic — a full 15 minutes longer — when the world was presumed ready for romance at epic length.

It was then shelved with a school of glossy, dull s cinema that already seemed dated in the era of Quentin Tarantino and Steven Soderbergh. Until last week, Meet Joe Black lingered in middle-brow hell. The death scene is certainly the highlight, but it is worth persevering further for the sequence in which Pitt speaks Jamaican patois to a lady who fears that Death has come calling for her. The apparent argument that people of colour are more in touch with the spiritual is patronising enough without Pitt attempting the vocal equivalent of blacking up.

The ultimate message is that just about any film can profit from ironic reinvention on the internet. That image of Pitt Brad bouncing between cars has already become an unavoidable gif in tweets referencing disaster, danger and unexpected consequences.

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How Brad Pitt’s death scene went viral

Jamaican Woman : It nice it happen to you. Like you come to the island and had a holiday. Sun didn't burn you red-red, just brown. You sleep and no mosquito eat you.

It was the second pairing of Hopkins and Pitt after their film Legends of the Fall. The film received mixed reviews from critics. Billionaire media mogul Bill Parrish is considering a merger between his company and another media giant and is about to celebrate his 65th birthday with an elaborate party planned by his eldest daughter, Allison.

I first watched this movie with my mom right after her dad died, and we sobbed the entire way through, both of us finding our own connections to the story of a beloved father Hopkins leaving his daughter Claire Forlani behind as she, uh … well, as she falls in love with the Grim Reaper. Much like The OA , this movie is embarrassing to describe out loud. To this day, even the first few notes of the sweeping score bring me to tears. But Meet Joe Black is not for everyone.

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Apr 17, - We talk to the men responsible for the “Meet Joe Black” death scene in which Meet Joe Black, Martin Brest's film starring Brad Pitt as Death on All my lady friends since then have said, “Oh, we could have helped you.

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