Top 10 Movies With the Most Depressing Endingsegnomac
The Top Ten
Just a few moments...
It was indeed horrifying in my opinion! - HeavyDonkeyKong
Horrifying in my opinion!
He should've waited... - Ananya
Randy comes to the full realisation that the only place he truly belongs is in Ring, when he's Randy "The Ram" Robinson the fans love him when he goes back to just being Randy nobody cares about him, after his attempt at repairing the fragile relationship with his daughter fail and his stripper friend blows him off he decides to go through the Match knowing there's a chance he could die following an emotional message to the fans at the match's end Randy goes to the top of the turnbuckle with tears in his eyes flys off turnbuckle with his flying headbutt and dies. - egnomac
I still love this movie. - Rocko
At the end after Gordy says that Chris died after being stabbed for trying to break up an argument and how he misses him he writes down how he never had any more friends like the ones he had when he was 12. - egnomac
I cried my heart out at the end
All Jeff had to do to walk away with his wife was to forgive Jigsaw for putting him through all this mess instead he does the stupid thing and kills jigsaw, jigsaw dies then the device around his goes off killing her the door behind closes and making matters worst jigsaw also has his daughter locked away, now both his son and wife are dead and his only daughtet is held captive elsewhere and he can't even save her. - egnomac
This ending was just... Wow! - MontyPython
That ending text saying Doughboy was killed 2 weeks after Ricky just hits you where it hurts
John Coffey scene :"(
Following John Coffeys execution Paul spends the rest of his life with the regret of letting John die. - egnomac
I've only read the book, but yes. The depiction of Carlsson and how he's never had anyone he can call a friend, and how he finishes the (already depressing) ending with the one truly sad quote:
"What's eating them two? "
He's never had anyone he can call friends, family, and he doesn't bat an eyelid about anything that just happened.
It's really upsetting when you think about it. - Rocko
The fact that Lennie dies for something that wasn't his fault is really depressing, but the last shot of George and lennie walking into the distance in slo mo is just too much. - adfairhurst
This needs to be way higher
Still a good movie though
This one is so baad