Page 27 | Saddest film you've ever seen?

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bluetit101 Sun 13-Jan-19 11:15:05

So I'm sitting here watching Seven Pounds (Will Smith)
I've seen this film loads of times, but it never fails to make me cry. Like proper ugly cry, tears streaming, everything.
This is the only film that does this to me. I think it's so underrated.

What movies do this to other people??

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mm40 Sun 14-Feb-21 00:19:31

The Railway Children.....Daddy, my daddy..... 😢

user68901 Sun 14-Feb-21 17:33:47

The ending of Toy story 3

orangeblosssom Sun 28-Feb-21 18:14:02

Coco
Lion

HoppingPavlova Sat 06-Mar-21 10:41:35

But the saddest thing ever must be the Futurama episode about Fry's dog (Jurassic Bark I think). Absolutely heartbreaking.

I’m pretty stoic and would struggle to list anything, including the majority listed here, but this one is absolutely gut wrenching. We refuse to watch this now when the constant reruns are on. Reason being every single one of us cry. I cry, DD (older teen) sobs, DH and adult sons are all choking back tears with the odd one trickling down. It’s fucking terrible. The worst thing is, even when the episode starts and we realise what it is and turn over to another show we all sit there morbidly for the rest of the night as we are all remembering it.

Eyesofdisarray Sat 06-Mar-21 11:31:15

Marley and Me - I couldn't breathe for sobbing 😢 partly as I have my own
'Marley'
Watched 12 years a Slave recently. Heartbreaking and it haunts me a little....Patsy 😥

Eyesofdisarray Sat 06-Mar-21 11:33:43

Hopping- my son asked me to watch the Fry's dog episode
Agree that it's heartbreaking 😢

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colouringindoors Sun 20-Jun-21 18:57:43

Just watched Testament of Youth.

Amazing film.

But oh my God. So, so sad sad

Childrenofthestones Tue 22-Jun-21 22:43:25

crabb

Grave of the Fireflies - a Studio Ghibli anime. An IMDB reviewer called it “The best movie you’ll never want to see again”. Pretty accurate 😞

Just about to say the same thing.
If I was to choose an individual scene in a movie it would be in Empire of the Sun when young Jim realises he can't remember what his parents look like.

Dinks90 Thu 08-Jul-21 18:37:27

Remember Me

KimikosNightmare Sun 11-Jul-21 01:44:38

The first ten minutes of Up
The Year My Voice Broke
Atonement
Manchester by the Sea
Shadowlands
The Green Mile
The Grapes of Wrath.

ActonSquirrel Sun 01-Aug-21 16:09:12

A Monster Calls

Cried my eyes out in the cinema

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