Every 'Don't Die On Me!' Movie Moment Now Has Its Own Supercut

What is the one thing we say to death? Not on me.

If you have ever watched a movie, then you know that there's just one thing to do when a friend, car, or electronic device is critically injured: you pound on the offending person/object with your fists, and scream, "DON'T YOU DIE ON ME!"

But if you're not sure how to perform this vital maneuver, don't worry: the YouTube "Don't die on me!" supercut is here to instruct you! After watching every Hollywood moment in which one person exhorts another not to die, and especially not on me, you'll be ready to respond to traumatic moments with varying levels of hysteria and in at least six different accents.

We suggest the "Renée Zellweger in Cold Mountain" for casual crises. For more formal disasters, a rich Welsh brogue a la Anthony Hopkins will do nicely.