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Re: Saddest movies.

Postby pixiealice » Thu Aug 21, 2008 2:48 pm

Steel Magnolias makes me bawl every stinking time I watch it! Powder was a tear jerker too.
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Re: Saddest movies.

Postby cutesweetiezzz » Thu Aug 21, 2008 8:38 pm

The Notebook!
It makes me cry each time I watch it.

I can't really remember what Titanicwas like.
I watched it when I was really little.
About 5 years old.
I couldn't really understand what was happening.
Need to watch it again.
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Re: Saddest movies.

Postby Wish.I.may » Thu Aug 21, 2008 8:40 pm

RENT and Finding Neverland are the only two that have made me cry.
RENT made me bawl.
Especially when. . . . Yeah, people who've seen RENT probably know what I'd post.
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Re: Saddest movies.

Postby Shannon » Fri Aug 22, 2008 1:35 am

titanic, forrest gump, radio,the guardian, a walk to remember
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Re: Saddest movies.

Postby mlola619 » Fri Aug 22, 2008 1:53 am

Titanic....that's the only movie i've ever cried in & i balwed like a 2 year old- i'm a naturally emotionally strong person...so just goes to show that that movie was amazing! i love you JACK! ............. :shock: ......... :oops:
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Re: Saddest movies.

Postby ragdoll » Fri Aug 22, 2008 10:45 am

I'm a bit pathetic about this. I cry at a lot of movies. It really doesn't take a lot. I have actually cried at comedies. :roll: Some of the saddest movies I have seen (and I won't list them all because it would take hours and no one would want to read it) are:
The Notebook - my Nana had Alzheimers so I probably understand how sad it really is better than most.
A Walk to Remember
Bridge to Tarabithia - I had no idea it would be so sad - I thought it was a fun little kids movie!
Finding Neverland
Once
Titanic
Moulin Rouge
Beauty and the Beast :oops:
Lord of the Rings 3 - I cried uncontollably for the last 40 minutes
I'm going to leave it there before I get carried away! :lol:
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Re: Saddest movies.

Postby PiXiE_Shopaholic1025 » Fri Aug 22, 2008 12:14 pm

ragdoll wrote:I'm a bit pathetic about this. I cry at a lot of movies. It really doesn't take a lot. I have actually cried at comedies. :roll: Some of the saddest movies I have seen (and I won't list them all because it would take hours and no one would want to read it) are:
The Notebook - my Nana had Alzheimers so I probably understand how sad it really is better than most.
A Walk to Remember
Bridge to Tarabithia - I had no idea it would be so sad - I thought it was a fun little kids movie!
Finding Neverland
Once
Titanic
Moulin Rouge
Beauty and the Beast :oops:
Lord of the Rings 3 - I cried uncontollably for the last 40 minutes
I'm going to leave it there before I get carried away! :lol:


I thought Bridge to Tarabithia was just a fun little kids movie too!! That's why I watched it! They should have at least warned us about the sad part. ;)

I cried watching Titanic as well. There's like so many movies I cried while watching, that I can't remember all of them. I was slightly peeved when Rose was like "I'll never let you go, Jack. I'll never let you go." And she lets go. I think that's when I started crying.

Oh and another sad one, Brokeback Mountain. In the end... Poor Ennis!! Another Jack dies.
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Re: Saddest movies.

Postby mlola619 » Fri Aug 22, 2008 12:58 pm

PiXiE_Shopaholic1025 wrote:
ragdoll wrote:Bridge to Tarabithia - I had no idea it would be so sad - I thought it was a fun little kids movie!


I thought Bridge to Tarabithia was just a fun little kids movie too!! That's why I watched it! They should have at least warned us about the sad part. ;)




haha thankfully i read the book when i was in elementary...so i totally dodged that bullet when the movie came out! I promise felt so bad watcing little kids walking in to watch that movie knowing they'd come out bawling :shock:
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Re: Saddest movies.

Postby darkrider » Fri Aug 22, 2008 1:32 pm

Hands down, the TWO saddest movies I have ever seen have been Pursuit of Happiness and The Notebook. I cried at least ten times in each of them. Beautifully written and heartbreakingly worthy of the big screen. = ]

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Re: Saddest movies.

Postby gypsyeyes » Fri Aug 22, 2008 7:20 pm

PiXiE_Shopaholic1025 wrote:
ragdoll wrote:Bridge to Tarabithia - I had no idea it would be so sad - I thought it was a fun little kids movie!


I thought Bridge to Tarabithia was just a fun little kids movie too!! That's why I watched it! They should have at least warned us about the sad part. ;)

Dito all that. How dare a kids movie be so heartbreaking! And the worst part was that I could see it coming. Focussing in on the river all the time. I was like "predictable much?". But "SAD MUCH?" :shock: :cry: :cry: :cry:

The Notebook was a gorgeous movie. It mad me happy-cry, even at the end.
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