Here's how many people die in the movies you love, you insensitive sicko

Here are the movies with the highest death toll.
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You know that one family member who HATES watching violent movies? Well, they no longer have to rely on your biased review of how it's "not that bad."

A new study by GoCompare.com put together a list of movies with the highest number of deaths in them. The winner you ask? Guardians of the Galaxy, with a colossal 83,871 people killed.

This is no small list. If you click on the website's option to "Explore the data," you will be taken to a list of 653 movies, all in order of most to least deaths (Anchorman 2 somehow surpasses Mad Max 2 at #646).

Here are the other nine movies that made it into the top 10 list:

  • Dracula Untold - 5,687
  • The Sum of All Fears - 2,922
  • The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King - 2,798
  • 300: Rise of an Empire - 2,234
  • The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - 1,741
  • The Matrix Revolutions - 1,647
  • The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies - 1,417
  • Braveheart - 1,297
  • The Avengers - 1,019

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