Saddest Movie Deaths
The Top Ten
OH MY GOD! IT'S SO SAD!
I really didn't imagine this being number but I'm glad it is!
If you haven't seen this film, you should really see it.
Even if you watch the death alone it's still so sad!
Once Michael Clarke Duncan said "Please boss, don't put that thing upon my face. Don't put me in the dark. I's afraid of the dark." I cried. Be aware that I don't exactly find death as sad as others do, but this is the saddest thing I have ever seen in my entire life. The music. The facial expressions. The dialogue. Our attachment to John Coffey. Everything about this scene is sad. Watch this movie if you haven't. Ignore RottenTomatoes. Watch it. I guarantee you will not be disappointed.
One of the saddest deaths I've seen
I try to hold myself together every time I watch his death scene...I always end up sobbing during and after the scene concludes.
When my sister watched this a while ago, she cried really hard. She was like "He died? No, he didn't! NO! " I comforted her, and my heart broke.
This is probably one of the saddest movie deaths I've ever seen! Every time I rewind this scene over and over again hoping he will wake up! I don't know why! I'm honestly really happy scar dies in the end because that's what he deserves! Even if you make me watch the lion King a million times I will still cry at this part and then laugh five minutes later while singing hakuna matata.
Mufasa's deaths in this movie hit me like a speeding bullet when I was younger. This has to be one of the saddest Disney movie deaths in history. What made it even sadder was that Scar convinced Simba that it was his fault.
Mufasa doesn't deserve to die. He deserves to live longer than he did with his beautiful wife, Sarabi, his best friend, Rafiki, his crazy messenger, Zazu, and his happy go lucky cub, Simba. I wanted to slap Scar in the face until his cheeks turn bright red. Muffs a would still be alive with his wife, his old friend, his messenger, and his grown up son. Simba will never forget his beloved father who loved him, who saved him from the nasty hyenas, who told him about the amazing kings of the past that guide the kings, and who died for him. Although Mufasa is dead, he will always be with his son.
This is one of the most sadest scenes of a characters death in a movie ever in my opinion. I have known men to even cry at the film titanic because it's a classic all time movie! It can't be that bad for the amount of awards it has won even if its not everyone's cup of tea. Great actors, great make up, great costumes, great set and most of all great special effects to make the movie seem like the real ship back to life. It was great back then the special effects they used to make it look like the real titanic. I'm sure most people have seen this movie but if you haven't I would recommend you do so you can judge for yourself if you like it. Make sure you have the tissues at the ready because you might or might not need them.?
I thought this movie was an amazing one. It truly brought the feelings of that fateful night and how sad it was for everyone. The saddest death on my list, is definitely this one. And that also counts for first place on my list. Because to me, this film was just amazing and I think it should be saved for many generations to come.
It was the saddest movie I ever watched. He looked so fun and can give you the time of your life. He is that one movie character whose death makes you breathless and you can feel yourself dying too. He was also that character that you would want as a best friend. The worst part is that he was only 17
PlayStationfan66 actually jack Did die I think u saw the teaser trailer in number 2 and it is fake.
I saw titanic when I was 9 and THE WORST PART was when he died. It was also sad when in that cut seen that mum is sending her kids off the sleep in there bed when the ship is sinking EVEN THOUGH THEY CAN STILL GO AND GET OUT
This was the first movie death that hit me like a punch to the gut. I found other movie deaths sad, but NONE hurt me like this one did. Maybe it was because I grew up with the original Star Wars films and had a lot of time to become attached to the character. Maybe it was because I spent three entire movies watching this character while most other movie deaths involve a character who was only in one film. Maybe it was because Han Solo was the first iconic, (non-villainous) well-established character (whose popularity spanned decades) that I witnessed being killed on screen. Maybe it was because it felt so rewarding and nostalgic to see Han Solo on screen again, only for him to be killed several minutes into the same movie (crushing the uplifting feeling in the process). Whatever the reason, it was painful for me to witness his on screen death, and my reaction mirrored Leia's when she realized that Han Solo was truly gone.
Of course han solo died he was already done with the series in the last jedi and they had to guilt trip him into the movie where he's finally done with the series!
I remember watching this scene in the theatre years ago and being genuinely really happy that Han had gotten to his son and I remember smiling like an idiot the whole scene.
And how shocked and distraught I was when he stabbed him a few seconds later.
Rewatced TFA the other day and this scene had me tearing up.
As much as I loved the last Star Wars movie, you can never make me like Kylo RenBen. I will never forgive him for killing one of the best characters in movie history!
Even though it is Sean Beans character so everyone knows he is going to die anyway, it is still so sad to watch him go down defending merry and pippin and how badass is it that he kept fighting even when he had like 3 arrows sticking out of him already.
This broke my heart... I always cry at this part, and I almost never cry
I shed a few tears but my sister who is like obsessed with him starts wailing and wailing and doesn't even finish watching the movie! It's sad to see him die but my sister wailing doesn't help
My favourite part was when you spelled Boromir's name wrong.
I used to think that Severus Snape was a bad man and a full on betrayer but then I found out that in the end he was protecting Harry all along. When he died I thought it was amazing and then when Harry looked at the memory I cried so much
My mom thought that Dumbledore has a sadder death than this because Dumbledore has a death that more people honored. WHAT MAKES THAT MORE SAD!? This was sadder. He was always protecting Harry. So sad. He even named his kid after Snape.
This was so sad! He was protecting Harry Potter all along and we never know til later on! How is Boromir ahead anyways? Not as sad this was more sad! I watched both movies and this one is more sad!
He is a POTIONS MASTER!
He should have kept an antidote always just in case!
Still sad after all these years ever since Bambi was born his mother has always been right by him and when he finds himself suddenly without her its all the sadder.
The Prince's whole "You can't be with your mother anymore" or something line made it all the more depressing in my opinion. - HeavyDonkeyKong
I guess no-one hunts like Gaston since he uses antlers in all of his decorating.
I don't get why the mothers always have to die in Disney movies!
Don't watch this piece of deer poop (I can't STAND IT! )
I was in tears. When I read it, I was just shocked, and then when I watched it, all of the feelings came out! She was so young.
One of the saddest deaths I have seen a film poor innocent twelve year old getting killed and the way katniss makes her death all pretty and makes the revolution partly based on the fact that she's angry for her death it so sad nearly bought tears to my eyes
I was reading the book, knowing Rue's death was coming, but when I got to the part of the book I cried the rest of the night. I was fighting back tears the next day at school too. I haven't seen the movie, but seeing a girl as beautiful as Amandla, who I know played Rue so well, and knowing that in some point she has to die is just so depressing.
Why are all of these comments on rue thumb downed?
I don't know if I have ever seen -- in movie history -- a global audience react to a performance the way they did to Robert Downey in (Avengers: Endgame) There were people bawling in movie theaters, hyperventilating. I mean, that is a profound performance, when you can touch audiences all over the world to that degree. We've never seen anything like that, and if that doesn't deserve an Oscar, I don't know what does."
I cried a more a Black Widow's death, but when this happened, I was shocked. When I watched the second time, I cried a lot more. He was so special to the MCU.
This is the first time I cried in a cinema, and the only movie except Return of the King that can make me cry on multiple viewings. It's especially sad because you see how much he loves his family and we won't be able to see him with Morgan again, and because Peter Parker/Tom Holland has now lost a third father figure/Mentor. I cried for at least 10 minutes after this, and then again when his signature came up in the credits. Was and will probably always be my favorite character. Good job to Favreau, Feige, the Russo's and especially Robert Downey Jr. I love you 3000 for making such an outstanding character and giving him probably the best endings I could have asked for.
His death was predictable. That being said, what matters is that the scene was executed very well and there couldn't have been a proper ending for Iron Man's character arc.
Additionally, damn did this death really resonate towards the audience. Its probably the most emotional Marvel has ever done, tied with Logan in my opinion.
I hate Dr Manhattan! So much, I want to kill him, unfortunately that isn't possible. Rorschach was my favorite character.
A great acted, performed scene that perfectly captures the message of the graphic novel
Why would Rorschach tell Dr Manhattan to kill him?
"Well.. What are you waiting for? DO IT! "
This one totally ripped me. I'd never read the comic series, and didn't think that the long-suffering Rorschach would die at the hands of Dr Manhattan just like that.
Sad death. When he says "I wanna go home" I felt so sad.
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I think this should be higher opposed to Snape
Where are the onions coming from
Not having read the book beforehand, I wasn't aware of how tragic the ending of Atonement would be. When Briony revealed the truth about how Robbie's story ended, I immediately started to sob, and continued to for quite some time. Robbie is one character I just can't seem to shake, and his death is one I think I won't ever be able to forget.
What happened to that character was just tragic. The death scene of Robbie Turner was pretty haunting to watch.
Always hope to return to the love of his life
Robbie was almost too good for gods sinful earth
Was he the one who tried to save the family but got shot by the sniper?
Super sad! The man dies hallucinating seeing his mom. So sad!
Wade's death hit so hard because it's real. This is what happened to millions of good, innocent, well-meaning men during World War 2. They died alone, afraid and in agony. Nobody should have to experience what they, and Wade did.
I think this death form saving private Ryan is the most saddest death because he was hallucinating about his mom that made the tears full from my eyes
I cried so hard. And then I kept rethinking that scene, where Travis is pointing the gun at Yeller, and he looks like he's going to burst into tears right then and there... and I cried some more. So heartbreaking...
I get teary eyed just thinking about it
I tear up even thinking about it.
Life is like a box of chocolates because you never know what you're gonna get.
I didn't see Jenny on this list, but this is still sad
At least she was already old but we saw her as a child. She didn't deserve to die before making her dream true.
Disney created the greatest love story I've ever seen in eight minutes, and then they make your heart explode.
Why do they make us cry so much. Ellie and Carl’s love was cute but then she had to die, making the movie 10 times sadder
I cried for 2 days. And I'm a grown man.
They took him out of his element...these ants. Meaning people, These little nothings then proceeded to torture and kill him. Mankind the cruelest of all.
Any animal deaths are worse then humans THAT IS A FACT!
That was sad. Andy Serkis is great at playing apes.
This was really sad
The saddest part of her death is that she was young, had so much life ahead of her... She was one of those people who you felt would just change the world one day, and her life was cut short. It's sad because she brought the best out in Jess, and even the school bully... She never made a lot of friends, but in her death she "opened their minds. " To how presidiums life is, and to never take a single moment for granted. Go through life with Joy, and always be the one willing to take the stripes to help someone else, even if they don't like you. Leslie made everyone want to be a better person... SHE was the bridge to Teribithia, the bridge to the other side.. The bridge to Heaven on earth.
That poor girl, they should have built a strong bridge on that river so she would have gotten to the other side safely. She deserves a second chance in another life because she had an almost whole life after her. Stupid vine!
AnnaSophia Robb survived but her character in "Bridge to Terabithia" didn't. "I will never do Leslie Burke or Bridge to Terabithia ever again" says Robb during her personal appearance in Soul Surfer (as Bethany Hamilton).
I was watching it with my sister a few months ago and she was crying out her eyes! When I read the book at school I gasped with grief and probably would've cried but I don't find fictional deaths sad thought
Even if she acted like an a hole for most of the film, she still changed later on. And then she tells Forrest that she has a virus. (AIDS probably) Anyways, she dies and it comes out of nowhere.
They should've ended the film at the scene where Jenny talks to Forrest while lying in bed after the wedding.
That's such a shame! That scene of Forrest in the graveyard, good God! How depressing
It's sad. Peter could've stopped it, but he got so angry. I'm still sad.
What makes it so sad is that Peter had the power to prevent it instead his selfish actions resulted in the death of Uncle Ben.
This scene has made me cry the hardest more than any other movie ever. I cry as hard as when a loved one dies, when seeing this scene.
Uncle Ben was killed when he was trying to stop the criminal not with violence but with words.
So sad. I cried in the book and the movie!
It is so sad I cried both book and movie I hate it when characters have just found true love and are killed off because it makes it so sad and very emotional for anyone watchingnit
Saddest Hunger Games death, they shouldve just killed Gale. Finnick was my favorite character in the series and Suzanne Collins just had to kill him off!
That boy didn't deserve to die neither did any one else in that gas chamber.
I almost cried when his mom was crying over his clothes
Yup, that part was very sad
I was on the verge of tears. 😭
I hate you Barns, good job Charlie Sheen
Barns = Devil Elias = Angle
Taylor = Born of those to father's
By far the saddest the only ones that compare are wades and elephant mans rest on list are cheesy and made ma laugh
So dramatic and sad. He was a hero.
Who would not be sad
Oh come on!