Saddest movie ever?

Discussion in 'Movies' started by Skinny2012, Apr 10, 2012.

  1. Skinny2012

    Skinny2012 Guest

    Yesterday i watched "La vie en rose" for the first time - beautiful movie (about Edith Piaf) but so sad, i think i only stopped crying when there was music.

    What's the saddest movie you have ever seen? What kind of movies make you cry?
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  2. Samira

    Samira Guest

    La vita e bella
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  3. Ally

    Ally Rising Star

    Jan 23, 2012
    Omg, that one made me cry too. Though I listened it in french "La vie est belle". They made us watch it at school in fifth grade. That was the first time I saw that movie and I was seriously disturbed for a while after.

    Most love stories, if I'm really into it and if they end badly, make me cry :oops:. Like Tristan and Isolde and Jane Eyre. I know I know... cheesy I am. :lol:
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  4. zer0fat

    zer0fat Guest

    My Sister's Keeper (although i liked the book by Jodi Piccoult better)
  5. classichic

    classichic Super Star

    Jan 27, 2012
    Haven't seen that movie but the book made me cry.

    Walt Disney's Lilo and Stitch made me cry. It's so sad yet one of my all time favourite movie :)

    I can't think of others that have made me cry.
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  6. Allie

    Allie Worker Bee

    Mar 18, 2012
    I love La Vie En Rose but I lovelove Marion Cotillard. I met her in real life, and she is so much more striking and gorgeous in person than she comes off in film.
  7. Sadistic

    Sadistic Rising Star

    Jan 26, 2012
    "Changeling" & "The Secret in Their Eyes" :cry:
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  8. Peppertea3

    Peppertea3 Guest

    Movies/scenes with "partings" and good times remaining only a nostalgic memory and people growing old are the saddest ones for me.

    The Hound and the Fox, the beginngin of UP etc...
  9. Silent Night

    Silent Night Grand Dame

    Feb 8, 2012
    Can't believe no-one has said Bambi yet... :cry:

    Honestly, I think perhaps Farewell My Concubine by Chen Kaige, or Kandahar by Mohsen Makhmalbaf.
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  10. Lisbeth

    Lisbeth Guest

    I love that movie :luv:
    I cried like a baby when she sang "Non, je ne regrette rien" in the end.

    Thought of that one, too. :cry:
    A very sad one as well is "Anne Frank: The whole story". I just couldn't stop crying after that one.
  11. anna1594

    anna1594 Guest

    The Green Mile - hands down for me, i can't watch that movie anymore
  12. dumbbrunette

    dumbbrunette Guest

    Disney movies get me, too. The beginning of Up is so sad!
  13. smallbones

    smallbones Rookie

    Feb 9, 2012
    An American Crime

    It's based on a true story. I cringed on certain scenes and the sad thing is the girl that was stuck down in the basement was treated much much worse than the movie portrayed. It saddens me to think of how sick some people are in this world.:cry:
  14. Babydoll

    Babydoll Guest

    Hachi: A Dog's Tale
    The title seems cheesy but I swear I cried the three times I watched it! :cry:
    Also, Bambi. Oh my Gosh when Bambi's mom dies!!! Also, Million Dollar Baby and the super cliche: Titanic. Oh! And West Side Story!
  15. Nessie

    Nessie Guest

    Hotel Rawanda got to me and also i had tears running down my face for The Cove. Will never ever watch the The Cove again but omg you need to watch it.
  16. Thin2012

    Thin2012 Banned

    Jan 19, 2012
    Million Dollar Baby, Schindler's List, Babmi, Dumbo. I've never cried in a movie before, but it doesn't mean I can't find them sad.
  17. Alexis767

    Alexis767 Worker Bee

    Feb 16, 2012
    What Dreams May Come makes me sob like a baby every time I watch it. I'm not even Christian. :confused:
  18. Phoebe

    Phoebe Rookie

    Mar 2, 2012
    The Fox & the Hound. I remember watching it when I was little and going into full-blown kiddie depression. Saddest Disney movie ever :cry:
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  19. AK91

    AK91 Guest

    Hachiko made me cry, too.
    I cried during My Sister's Keeper, as well.
    And my addition is 'The Pianist' - I was 14-15 when I first watched it the first time and cried at least 5 times.
    Wow, I'm such a cry baby.
  20. Coffee_Girl

    Coffee_Girl Rookie

    Jan 23, 2012
    I agree

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