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Re: Saddest movies.

Postby brianna_cullen » Sun Sep 21, 2008 5:44 pm

Bridge to Terebithia. by far. i was crying on my couch when leslie died. i though that she would come back, but when she didnt it was even sadder. everyone who is touched easily and WANTS to cry must watch this movie. if u hate showing emothion around people, dont watch it with ur boyfriend.
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Re: Saddest movies.

Postby EvrThinEvrMinEvrRs » Mon Sep 22, 2008 11:02 am

Love Story...it just gets me every time

Of course there are others:
Titanic...the end has me bawling as soon as the music starts
The Little Mermaid...yes, I said it, I just get so overwhelmed when she's saying goodbye to everyone
Beaches...Wind Beneath My wings still chokes me up whenever I hear it
Schindler's List...the scene where all the survivors have joined together at the end is so powerful, I not only cry but sometimes have to stop breathing

But still Love Story tops my list.
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Re: Saddest movies.

Postby sammydk » Tue Sep 23, 2008 7:33 am

Some of my personal favorites are;
-Ghost (never watch the ending, makes me too sad..),
-Phantom of the Opera (oh my..... I cry like a baby during this one.),
-The Crow (A bit weird though, but it's a love story really, and the fact that Brandon Lee actually died filming the movie doesn't help the sadness....)
And of course, a sweet childhood memory: Labyrinth. My mind makes is sad, it isn't really...

I love the old 80s fantasy movies, The Never Ending Story is sad, very sad... I cry when the indians horse dies...
Somehow the ending in Legend reminds me of Breaking Dawns ending.... (?)
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Re: Saddest movies.

Postby MCullz » Wed Sep 24, 2008 2:30 pm

sammydk wrote:Some of my personal favorites are;
-Ghost (never watch the ending, makes me too sad..),
-Phantom of the Opera (oh my..... I cry like a baby during this one.),
-The Crow (A bit weird though, but it's a love story really, and the fact that Brandon Lee actually died filming the movie doesn't help the sadness....)
And of course, a sweet childhood memory: Labyrinth. My mind makes is sad, it isn't really...

I love the old 80s fantasy movies, The Never Ending Story is sad, very sad... I cry when the indians horse dies...
Somehow the ending in Legend reminds me of Breaking Dawns ending.... (?)



oh my god!! my friends and I were JUST talking about that part in The NeverEnding Story. hahah. we were saying how it's soooo sad.
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Re: Saddest movies.

Postby kaitlyncullen » Thu Sep 25, 2008 1:47 am

moulin rouge.

i dont know if anyone has said this movie already, but man, i can literally cry for hours after this movie just thinking about it. i get very emotional.

and lion king, ah i cry in that too.
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Re: Saddest movies.

Postby skylarblue » Thu Sep 25, 2008 11:59 am

I think the most saddest for me is: The Champ

I think it's from the late 70's (but not sure). I had Ricky Schroeder & John Voit.

The ending was heartbreaking.

I haven't seen it in ages, I may have to go out and buy it.
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Re: Saddest movies.

Postby *Bloodlust* » Thu Sep 25, 2008 12:50 pm

A Beautiful Mind.

The movie is incredibly compelling and it can induce compassion in anyone. Russel Crowe does an excellent job in this movie. Mental illness, no matter how far the patient comes in the end, is always a sad thing. :(
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Re: Saddest movies.

Postby gatsbygirl » Thu Sep 25, 2008 1:04 pm

Kes! It's a horrible sad movie! :cry:
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Re: Saddest movies.

Postby debussygirl » Sat Sep 27, 2008 9:05 pm

malaz wrote:a walk to remember
i was shaking(litterly) from being so incredibly sad. i couldn't not stop thinking about it. my eyes were glassy, tears on the edgy daring to spill over. i cried during the movie...it was too sad <3
which is why, when i rewatch it. i skip over the sad parts. because i just can't handle it *deep breaths*

That is one of my favorite movies, and the saddest yet sweetest one yet. I just cannot hold back the tears when Landon goes to his father and starts to cry. And when they get married!!! :cry: But I still love it. It's a good movie to watch when you need to cry.
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Re: Saddest movies.

Postby Chyeah » Tue Sep 30, 2008 11:20 am

Pel wrote:I think one of the saddest movies would have to be RENT. What other movies are really sad?


RENT is my obsession *nodnod* Poor Angel :cry:

I also cried during Titanic.
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