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What's the saddest movie you've ever seen?

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Leah H

Leah H.

A LITTLE TOWN IN B.C,
Canada

179 posts

I've been watching alot of sad movies lately and now i'm wondering what to watch next . so im wondering what are some of the saddest movies you've every watched?

so far my all time saddest are :
-Into the Wild
-The Outsiders
-A Walk to Remember
-An American Crime
-Titanic
-The Notebook
-Brothers
-Mary and Max

hbu?

over 12 years ago

#2
Olive Kimoto

Olive K.

LOS ANGELES / THE SEA,
United States

2003 posts

The movie Up, actually.
No other movie has ever teared me up as much as the first 10 minutes of that movie.. omg.

And this isn't a movie, but the short film Kiwi. Saddest thing I've ever seen, really. It makes me cry every time I watch it.
youtube.com/watch?v=sdUUx5FdySs

0 · August 4, 2009

#3
Catherine E.

Catherine E.

PHILADELPHIA,
United States

1160 posts

Any movies where animals, especially the incredibly loyal dogs, die are almost guaranteed to make me cry. I always have to convince myself it's not real, haha.

I don't really watch many movies.

0 · August 4, 2009

#4
Camille .

Camille ..

NEW YORK CITY,
United States

1810 posts

in bruges was pretty damn depressing.

0 · August 4, 2009

#5
Leah H

Leah H.

A LITTLE TOWN IN B.C,
Canada

179 posts

@Olive K.

awhh Kiwi is actually so cute !!

0 · August 4, 2009

#6
Jazz Nicole

Jazz N.

NEW YORK,
United States

2650 posts

Ah… there was this Japanese film about a bunch of little kids who were abandoned by their mother and had to live on their own… I forgot the name… (If anyone recognizes that film, help me out :D)

And then there was the Kiterunner. Both made me feel pretty sad.

0 · August 4, 2009

#7
David M

David M.

RICHMOND,
United States

1744 posts

@Olive K.

really? i think it's more inspiring than it is sad.

0 · August 4, 2009

#8
David M

David M.

RICHMOND,
United States

1744 posts

dream boy

but idk. it's probably sadder if you've ever spent any time in the rural south (which i reccomend strongly against)

0 · August 4, 2009

#9
Chelsea Ogun

Chelsea O.

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND,
United States

99 posts

I don't think it's the saddest bit recently it's called

Lost & Delirious. I think I cried for 10 minutes straight after I ended, then told everyone I knew about it for another 3 days while I teares up thinking about it.

0 · August 4, 2009

#10
Jen O. Cide

Jen O. C.

VANCOUVER,
Canada

3608 posts

White Oleander
Road to Perdition
Swingkids
Dancer in the Dark
What Dreams May Come
and I cry pretty much any time I watch Forrest Gump or Big Fish, though the movies aren't really sad overall.

0 · August 4, 2009

#12
Olive Kimoto

Olive K.

LOS ANGELES / THE SEA,
United States

2003 posts

@Leah H.

It is ! :)

0 · August 4, 2009

#13
Olive Kimoto

Olive K.

LOS ANGELES / THE SEA,
United States

2003 posts

@David M.

I think its really inspiring too, it's kind of a mixture of a lot of elements for me. But it makes me cry really easily, too.

0 · August 4, 2009

#14
Jen O. Cide

Jen O. C.

VANCOUVER,
Canada

3608 posts

Requiem for a Dream can be described as the best movie that I never ever want to see again. I have similar feelings about There Will Be Blood.

0 · August 4, 2009

#15
Raquel S.

Raquel S.

MICHIGAN,
United States

302 posts

Marley and me. i'm a sap for animal movies.

0 · August 4, 2009

#17
Zoe Clyde

Zoe C.

Zimbabwe

1365 posts

The Boy in the Striped Pajamas didn't make me cry, but it did make me stare at the TV in silence for a good ten minutes after it was over. I loved it.

0 · August 4, 2009

#19
Nicole McKee

Nicole M.

United Kingdom

314 posts

The Notebook.
& possibly This Is England at the end :(:(:(

0 · August 4, 2009

#20
Leah H

Leah H.

A LITTLE TOWN IN B.C,
Canada

179 posts

@Raquel S.

aha don't worry i cried at the end of that too .

0 · August 4, 2009

#21
Chloe A

Chloe A.

MINNESOTA,
United States

3839 posts

Forrest Gump, My Girl, & Milk. I quite literally weep during those movies. It's past a state of crying.

0 · August 4, 2009

#22
Leah H

Leah H.

A LITTLE TOWN IN B.C,
Canada

179 posts

i was thinking of getting PS. I Love You a couple of days ago,
is it really good? like will i be crying on the floor at any point?

0 · August 4, 2009

#23
Tamara L

Tamara L.

PANDORA,
Canada

286 posts

Titanic
I used up a whole tissue box watching that.

0 · August 4, 2009

#24
Andrea V.

Andrea V.

BRAZIL,
Brazil

35 posts

CITY OF ANGELS
Marley and Me
Forrest Gump

0 · August 4, 2009

#26
Lucy R

Lucy R.

ENGLAND,
United Kingdom

90 posts

my sisters keeper was so sad
you could hear people sniffling and blubbering in the cinema
i think i must be the only person who didnt cry at titanic :O

0 · August 4, 2009

#27
Leah H

Leah H.

A LITTLE TOWN IN B.C,
Canada

179 posts

but the pursuit of happiness ended happy!

0 · August 4, 2009

#29
Un Passant

Un P.

PARIS, LONDON,
France

2 posts

the saddest music in the world

0 · August 4, 2009

#30
Lena Veronica

Lena V.

THE BAY AREA,
United States

293 posts

Grave of the Fireflies

0 · August 4, 2009

#35
Danielle F

Danielle F.

THE TRASHY SUBURBS OF NEW YORK,
United States

81 posts

@Chloe A.

oh god, My Girl kills me. I think it's worse because the rest of the movie makes you not see it coming, it lulls you into a sense of security, and then BAM you're sobbing.

0 · August 4, 2009

#37
Leah H

Leah H.

A LITTLE TOWN IN B.C,
Canada

179 posts

ahh omg i always wanted to see 7 pounds.
whats the plot about? because when i saw the trailers the story seemed vague.
like whats the twist?

0 · August 5, 2009

#39
Emma Collett

Emma C.

OSLO,
Norway

101 posts

romeo+juliet! the modern version, by Baz Luhrmann...

0 · August 5, 2009

#41
Nicole McKee

Nicole M.

United Kingdom

314 posts

@Emma C.

Oh god yes!

0 · August 5, 2009

#42
Francis Y

Francis Y.

NEWCASTLE,
United Kingdom

2040 posts

Brokeback.

0 · August 5, 2009

#43
Leah H

Leah H.

A LITTLE TOWN IN B.C,
Canada

179 posts

ahaha thanks =)

and francis Y : brokeback, mountain?

0 · August 5, 2009

#45
Francis Y

Francis Y.

NEWCASTLE,
United Kingdom

2040 posts

@Leah H.

Yeah.

Top of my recorded shows on Sky+, ah.

Most of the times for the life of me, I can't remember lots of movies I've seen. So there's probably one that's more sad.

0 · August 5, 2009

#46
Monica H

Monica H.

CALIFORNIA,
United States

319 posts

The boy in the striped pajamas

0 · August 5, 2009

#47
Jana D.

Jana D.

OTTAWA,
Canada

7 posts

I watched the boy in striped pajamas, I was hoping for a happy ending but I had my hopes up, I guess.

0 · August 5, 2009

#48
Catherine E.

Catherine E.

PHILADELPHIA,
United States

1160 posts

...am I the only one who doesn't think the movie Titanic was sad?

0 · August 5, 2009

#50
Denny Balmaceda

Denny B.

NEW YORK,
United States

105 posts

ARMAGGEDON. I always get emotional.

The Pursuit of Happyness and The Boy in Striped Pajamas. I didn't cry when I saw it in the movies, but if I was alone, I probably bawled right there.

0 · August 6, 2009

  

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