Originally Posted by DyeLorean
2 moments come to mind: Talia's death scene, and the second jump in the pit, the music slowly fades and that's what makes the scene unintentionally funny. It was finally supossed to happen... aaaaaaaand it's gone.
The fact that the rope didn't snap his back in half again did stretch believability imo, but that bit with the music I found rather intense actually - kinda reminded me of Ligeti's "Devil's Staircase":
in particular the passages at 2:00-2:20 and 3:00-3:30, and maybe the ending - those don't slow down, but the overall effect is quite similar I think; fits thematically with the scene in question as well