I've realized something that I really appreciate about Quentin Tarantino. A lot of movies by other directors have those long shoot outs or those bank robberies etc. containing a large gun battle of some sort. These movies tend to have a main character get shot at some point and have some long drawn out death in which the victim is laying in a friends arms getting something that's bothered them off their chest or asking for forgiveness or a number of other scenarios. Lame. Boring. Unrealistic.
Now as for Mr. Tarantino, he is much more forward in his approach. All of the deaths in his films are just a gun shot and they're dead. Boom. Dead. Slam. Dead. It's easy. His one exception was Reservoir Dogs when Tim Roth gets shot and slowly dies the ENTIRE MOVIE. But see, even when he sticks with the cliches he adds a twist to make it his own thing. But looking back, Vincent on the toilet, Marvin in the car, all of the Reservoir Dogs in the warehouse, Hitler in the theatre and so on and so forth. Every death by QT is, at most, accompanied by only grunts and gurgles.
Bravo Quentin, for using your own brain, and sorry it took me so long to realize.
"*cough* *sputter* Tell Vanessa *cough cough* I'll always lover her..... blaaagghhh"
(that last noise can either be the person dying, or my reaction to the played out scene)