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Sometimes actors are as excited about upcoming movies as the cinema-going public.
So much so that they use their Hollywood weight to pester directors and casting directors to get them a part in those films.
How do you sum up your film in a catchy and engaging way, yet also throwing in a pun or quip? That's the challenge facing the creators of film taglines.
Sometimes they nail it, other times, it can be completely wide of the mark.
Some movie deaths aren't dignified, gracious or heroic at all, sometimes characters die in the most surprising, underwhelming and comedic fashion.
But which is best? Here is our rundown of the most undignified and funniest movie deaths.
It's been 17 years since Titanic opened with people queueing around the block to see Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet's epic love story filled with icebergs, possessive fiancés and the musical stylings of Celine Dion.
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