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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by MAJOR METAL, May 8, 2010.
The Elephant Man : (
One Flew over the cuckoo's nest
Million dollar baby
Dark Blue World. Movies tend not to move me to tears, but this one can.
Basically, you can be an awesome person, fight the good fight, have the best of intentions, be brave, a great friend, a wonderful lover and be willing to die for the country you love, but in the end it'll all go wrong.
And they crash a lot of Spits
the Kite Runner
Star Wars 1-3
Off the top of my head:
- Treeless Mountain
- Dancer in the Dark
Not movies, but...
Futurama's "Jurassic Bark" and "Luck of the Fryrish" episodes
The end of Band of Brothers.
Jules and Jim
Lust for Life
Life is Beautiful.
Man, I cry when his son is hiding in the bin as his father gives up his life to save him. Gulp,
the move "closer" with jude law and god knows who else is sad not in a "boohoo tears" way but in a "i can't believe people could be that cruel to each other" way
Grave of the Fireflies. It's an anime, but it's really a very powerful anti-war message and one of the most touching stories you'll ever come across.
Look it up.
Of mice and man.
The Green Mile.
I saw it 20 years ago and BAWLED as a teenager, just saw it again a month ago and still cried, again. So sad what they did to those monkeys. SNIFF.
Many of the ones I would have nominated have been mentioned.
I can only come up with one movie that hasn't been mentioned; heavenly creatures.
It's also an interesting social experiment. Whatch the movie in a group and then take time how long it takes for anyone to say anything.
oh my gosh these make me cry every time I watch them, without fail.
Marley and Me is sad for dog lovers.
One Flew Over the Cukoo's Nest
The Fountain, when I watch Hugh Jackman cry, I can't help but do the same.
and Life is Beautiful also.
The Other Side of the Mountain.
paths of glory
I haven't seen many sad movies buy Toy Story 3 has me welling up at the end every time.
Here's another one for ya:
The Yearling. "He's not a biscuit eater, Paw!"