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If I ever need a good cry, I watch this movie. The end of the movie when the mother is screaming and crying really gets me every time. It's just so terrible knowing she has to deal with her daughter passing away. I would have handled it the same way she did.
That this is so low on the list shows how many of these people haven't watched it. The only movie sadder than this one is Terms of Endearment and apparently none of you have watched it either.
So right--makes me cry every time, along with terms of endearment as well
By far sadder than every movie in the top 10, I bawled my eyes out.V 5 Comments
I honestly have no idea why "Philadelphia" is 76 on this list... Philadelphia should be in the top ten (AT LEAST) and beat out Titanic.
Why? Not that Titanic isn't sad, but your heart sinks during the opening credits of Philadelphia. As you visually travel through the gritty, unforgiving streets in the City of Brotherly Love, Bruce Springsteen's heart wrenching song ("Streets of Philadelphia") plays in the background. The song is told from in perspective of Andy Beckett (the protagonist of the film) or an AIDS victim in general. The song speaks about the narrator's struggle with the disease (which is destroying him) and his dying wish to not be left alone through beautiful imagery. I've never been enchanted by a song like that before.
The movie is horribly trying on the viewer's emotions because it isn't as if Andy suddenly dies and we're not attached to him, it's that we see him dying over a two hour period and we don't want the inevitable to happen. ...more
It goes beyond my comprehension on how there isn't even a single comment about "Philadelphia. Wow...
Anyway, "sorrow" and "empathy" in film can only truly be experienced and appreciated by each individual person. "Sadness" is completely relative depending on how the viewer personally relates to the situation and/or character (s).
What one person might find heartbreaking in a movie, another wouldn't give it a second thought.
For example, to me... The saddest movie I have ever watched is "Jacob's Ladder". I know many people may not understand the depth of the movie, but I adore every moment of the film as literally each and every part of the movie and the main characters life is relevant in the end.
Anyone familiar with the short story author Ambrose Pierce may be familiar with "Jacob's Ladder". My heart just broke for Jacob... Watching him slowly slip into insanity, yet to be aware completely aware, yet helpless to make it stop. Tim Robbins won my heart in ...more
Honestly, there are no words to describe the beautiful and heart-breaking ending this film ends with. It confirms the worries that the viewers have been dreading the whole film.
Why is Philadelphia so down below? And seriously I am legend,titanic,the notebook are sadder than this...this based on a true story for god's sake...when Andy died I just couldn't stop crying...and those childhood clips :( :(...really disappointed this film should be in top10 of this list...1 according to my opinion.V 1 Comment
The last scene of this film with the music also plays in my head anytime I remember the 70s in my country. Remembering happier times.V 1 Comment
Ultimate movie ever. I saw it 30 time. Best movie that make you deep cry.
Most saddest moment of the dark knight trilogy is the ending scene of dark knight rises
This movie really hits you in the heart. I can't watch this without crying and I've watched it dozens of times. I found it moving how much this couple loved each other and were there for each other when everything went bad. There a sense of hopelessness in the film, but when you think our their love for one another, and it shows they been together for decades, you find yourself in tears. Such a beautiful, moving, film.
Why on earth were you surprised that Sean Penn was great? He usually is, and it was a perfect role for him. Also unbelievable performances by Tim Robbins, Marcia Gay Harden, Kevin Bacon was solid as always, and Lawrence Fishbourne. And beautifully directed by Clint.
Sean Penn was surprisingly great in this movie. Have not seen it for years but the plot still stays in my mind and haunts me. Such a sad story about surviving horrific abuse.
Surviving? Tim Robbins' Dave, the abused character, suffered and then was killed in large part due to the misunderstanding of his suffering and pain - BillyvV 2 Comments
When Carolyn just latches onto Lester's clothes and collapses into a pile of tears really just got me, like, scream sobbing. It's THAT SAD. - MontyPython
Is it bad that when I saw this I started singing American beauty/American psycho?
I always cry during this movie. I can't even help it. It's sad.
I lost it when the played that song in the end, great movie just really sadV 1 Comment
To tell you the truth. This movie was really said to me. In elementary we were watching this movie and it made me really sad. The part that made me sad was when the lady dropped off the poor fox in the forest. This movie was one of my favorites, really sad for me. In class most of the people were tearing up. I could never forget these kind of movies. It's like my childhood and still is.
I just watched this and to be honest: my make up is all over my face and I can't even talk or breath. First time that I watched it since I was 5 or so and didn't remember much of it. I haven't cried this much in a year, oh god. All these kind of animal stories make me emotional like a pregnant woman.
Oh my GOSH! This movie! I absolutely love 'the Fox and the Hound', but that one part where Tod is left in the forest and there's the sad music and and Tod is doesn't know what's coming and and and (me: start crying) IT SO SAD!
I've seen the second one I hated it so I will definitely hate this one (p.s it's not sad it's dumb)V 3 Comments
Should be required viewing. This movie shows how quickly despair and uncertainty can be manipulated into hate. The juxtaposition of the main character realizing that the only reason he survived jail was due to the friendship and the relinquishing of the hatred he was taught is heartbreaking. Then in the next breath loses his brother because he was following in his path. This movie is painful, educational, and as much as you want to hate these young men you are heart broken when all that he had learned is for not. I cry every time because it is a reflection of what xenophobia is in our country,and how quickly fear can turn to violence.
Great movie and sad ending but it makes you realize a lot towards racism and the consequences of hatred. Still, he was changing his ways because of his brother and his life experiences in prison. Too bad he ended up splattered all over a bathroom wall.
I think that this film was extremely powerful as it shows you what hatred and racism brings to our world and someone losing his younger brother because of his actions is just so sad and definitely brought tears to my eyes.
How movies like this lost to a manipulative love story on a sinking ship full of archetypes, I'll never knowV 2 Comments
It took me such a long time to find this! It should be way lower! If you haven't watched this yet I'm not going to spoil it for you but it is one of the best movies ever made. But I'm gonna warn you you may fall into a deep depressed state for a few days after you watch it.
Truly the most sad movie that shows Hitler and his empire's horrifying acts.
The last nazi officer was locked into prison. Though he wasn't that bad. - zxm
69! Nah, should be in top 30 at least. - zxmV 2 Comments
Beautiful, sensual and desperately melancholic. It is incredibly rare to find a film like Atonement made by people who, at the exact same moment in time, are at the height of their power and crafts. A sheer pleasure to watch and a masterpiece of storytelling.
I was crying over this movie before it even came to a shocking end. It's a truly tear-worthy film that portrays the tragedies of war, regret, and love perfectly and poignantly.
The best drama I have ever watched
This honestly deserves to be slightly higher up on the list. Not only was it sad, but it was extremely touching and I would recommend this movie to anyone.
When I was in first of second grade my friend had her birthday part at the movies we all saw the life of pi it was so scary I went to the party room what it was less than half what through
This movie is so moving, funny sometimes, and has a beautiful message. I can't believe how good this movie was. They really put their hearts into making this.
This masterpiece is sad, but it is Fully compensated for by its astounding beauty and matchless direction. It is one of the best
Film s I have seen and I have been movie-going for ov
This world had to much racism, we are all the same, we are all Children of God, people don't get through your head, other wise people will get hurt or die!
This movie is one of it that makes you realize that the world is facing of DISCRIMINATION! Good one.. - mesh13
This movie is one of the most touching films I have ever viewed. It contains a powerful message that left me thinking.
I cryed a lot while watching thisV 2 Comments
Such a sad film. I have seen this over a million times and I still end up with tears falling down my face. Not only is it sad but the whole story line is amazing. One of the best films I've seen and will never get to old.
No words. Absolutely. Would give any dad goosebumps. Amazing work by the entire crew.
And not to forget Aerosmith's own touch :")
People go in to space and some die I cry every time
Yeah, when Bruce Willis took Ben Affecks place, & when Liv Tyler is told to go home, but screams back "my family is up there" are like wrecking balls to the heart...V 6 Comments
The death of Littlefoot's mother is a real tear jerker. In Bambi, when the mother get's shot, that's very depressing. But then shortly, it suddenly turns all happy, like it never happened. In this movie, the sadness is taken very seriously all the way through. For a movie about dinosaurs this one's surprisingly very sad, but very entertaining.
Saddest movie in the world I cried throughout half of it!
I watched all the movies over and over again
This movie is sad but mostly it shows what a talented actor Tom Hanks is. He has to carry the film for about an hour with no other characters except a soccer ball and no dialogue. This film and Forrest Gump truly show that Mr. Hanks is an actor for the ages.
What is so sad about cast away. I mean tom's character makes it back home and the fact that some people think it's sad because of Wilson is ridiculous. IT'S A BLOODY BALL FOR GOD'S SAKE. It didn't die it floated away
I really ached for Tom Hank's character when Wilson floated away. It was so sad, I started crying.
Number 79. We can do better.V 2 Comments
I cried for most of the last half; Ronnie's life goes from one extreme to the other in such a short time. I'm also close to her age so I find it really easy to relate to how she feels throughout. This is definitely the saddest Nicholas Sparks', sorry Notebook fans!
One of the best movies I've ever seen in my life! Even I don't like Miley Cyrus, she can act! This is totally my story! I know how she felt in the story.. I saw it for the first time when it came out. I was 13 years old but I couldn't imagine that the same thing would happen to me.. Seriously, this movie should be in the TOP 10!
Amazing movie very inspiring, I realised how I am treating my parents and this movie made value them even more.. I cried so much.
It is not as sad as The Notebook, but it is close!V 11 Comments
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