Terms of Endearment.
bastard out of carolina
yeah that was intensely sad... I hate seeing those.
Grave of the fireflies.
Step mom and patch adams came out the same time I was pregnant with my first child and my mom was dying of cancer. I will never forget the weirdest sensation came over me. I was watching step-mom and was almost completly done with the movie when my husband came in. It was then, and only then, that I realized I had been crying throughout the whole movie. I don't know, I went through extreme emotion trama during that time, and would also cry in my sleep without knowing. But how I cried through a movie without knowing I was crying, still has me baffled. <br />
But the saddest movie I remember bawling from, from 1 min until the very last: <br />
My Sister's Keeper
The boy in the Striped Pajamas, Schindlers List, Beaches and The Notebook (sorry couldn't pick just one)
What Dreams May Come. It hit me where I live...
Beaches.....I sobbed during that movie.
Yes...that's the one.
Saddest the one with the jewish guy who trys to hide his son from the truth during the holocaust and he dies like 2 minutes before his son gets saved. Most f**ed up would be the mist
I know that one but no, in that one he is the wardens son n he dies, in this one the son goes way out of his way to pretend it isn't happening but they're both sad. I actually read that book
Yes. I Saw that one ,the young boys name was Bruno,his parents were German he used to go to the camp to play with a little jewish boy behind the barbed wire fense because he had no friends and in the end he went behind the fense only to be Gased to death ..very very emotional !
Life is Beautiful ?
Its life is beautiful thank you, also the pianist is inspiring
The Boy in the Striped Pajamas - really sad - wonderfully filmed but need several boxes of tissues nearby
the great escape
That's a tough one. Emotional impact is defined by your emotional state at the time of viewing. When I was a young boy, Old Yeller kicked me in the teeth. I buried my grandfather two weeks before seeing Big Fish-- which played out as a biopic of him-- so much so, that I bawled uncontrollably for over 20 minutes in the parking lot after the film. Hell, I'm tearing up just remembering that moment now.
Girl interrupted,Notebook and Warhorse, actually cried most at Warhorse but that cos I love horses
Schindler's List and Green Mile
The film, I was saddest to see (I still regret having seen it) is......... .
Snow white and the seven dwarfs.
A Day in the Death of Joe Egg.
I suppose it was interesting, but I cried most of the way through it, even though it was listed as a (black) comedy. I couldn't relate to it as a comedy at all. To me it was totally tragic.
It was called the girl next door ,excellent movie!