Short Circuit 2!! When they disassemble Johnny 5!! I cried for twenty minutes!!
I've always been emotionally attached with a movie that makes me sad, this movie is " A Walk to Remember"
The Boy in the Stripped Pyjamas is a sad movie.
Titanic! When Rose was calling Jack's name when he's already dead
Ladder 49. At the end I cry every time!
In City of Angels where Nicholas Cage's character basically abandons Meg Ryan's character
Snape's memories in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt 2.
When Ghajini brutally kills Asin in Ghajini
The end of The Notebook...hands down. One of the best love stories ever
The notebook when the loving couple dance as the wife "remembers" her husband for a few minutes briefly, then her mind leaves her again (Alzheimer's). She yells at him to GET OUT & screams for help hysterically, accusing and fighting her husband. Her extremely loving husband weeps as he can do nothing to help and has to watch as his wife screams and is held down & given shots to sedate her. SADDEST movie.
My own mother ended up dying from Alzheimer's(2012) - her & my father were married 64 years. Daddy died suddenly in 2010. We were blessed that Mama only suffered 2 years with the dreadful disease & although her memory left her, she never became violent. Great movie but too difficult for me to watch twice.
I found the ending of "Enchanted April" sad. People who had found some measure of personal freedom giving it up, because their "holiday" was over and they had to return to their lives.
Last few scenes of Schindler's list
Sophie's Choices (1982)
The part when Zofia Zawistowski (Meryl Streep) arrives at Auschwitz with her two children, but she can only take one with her.
All Mine to Give (1957)
Technicolor melodrama film starring Glynis Johns, Cameron
Mitchell, and Rex Thompson. When first one parent, then the other dies, six
children have to look after themselves in the American west of the mid-19th
Every time I see this movie I get teary eyes.
When Romeo and Juliet died :(
marley and me
hachi a dog tale (worse than marley and me)
Bridge to Tearibithiea where Jess's best friend dies.
I think The boy in the striped pjamas.
Would go with Titanic
For me, it's "The Passion of the Christ", hands down. I cried through the whole movie in fact. I guess because I'm a deeply emotional person. I found it to be a very personal movie where people from all walks of life found a meaning in it that was very personal to each individual person.
The Iron Giant. When the Giant flies up and explodes.
I would have to say A walk to remember or the notebook
When the boys die together at the end and the father realizes what he is doing is wrong because he lost a family member.
beginning of 'UP' where Ellie dies
In Up, the start at ellie's funeral and at the end when it shows the house at paradise falls..
Too many to mention! I thought Titanic was pretty sad. Especially as it was based on a true story. Also Mandela - Long walk to freedom.
the sad is the movie (titanic) i always remember that movie
Avatar to me. It is sad how rude people are.
When Romeo and Juliet died
I think in the movie "Life is beautiful" when the father tries to protect the son from crying so the Nazis wouldn't see him! So sad! :(
My Sister's Keeper, I cry every time I see it.
Land before time when Littlefoot's parents died.
Titanic when the ship is sinking. I will never, ever watch that again - ever! Way too sad.
The Notebook, when Noah and Allison are in the nursing home dancing and she suddenly forgets who he is and starts to scream. Without a doubt the saddest movie moment ever :'(
The ending scene in The Sorcerer and the White Snake when she gets trapped in the tower.
For me it was the Green Mile. I remember blubbing my way through it all. It had happiness, darkness and sadness running through it and was a real emotional rollercoaster ride of a film.
"A walk to Remember" This has to
be one of my favorite movies it really gives you something to think about. I
cried right from the second when Jamie told Landon about her illness till the
movie ended and it took me a whole day to come out of the movie. I absolutely fell
in love with Landon's character, especially the way he treated Jamie when she
was in a very bad condition due to those stupid flyers. He married her. And I
felt the pain for Landon, the way he moved on with his life with the memories
of Jamie. I guarantee
you that you will feel a bit different in some weird way. I totally LOVED it!
The Lion King - when Mufasa dies...
For me "Titanic"...
The Hunger Games was one of the best n saddest movie for me.
I think the saddest movie scene ever is in the end of Finding Nemo when Nemo says he loves his dad. That always touches my heart :)
Sponge Bob when Patrick and Sponge Bob get burnt under the light :,(((
Titanic - the death of Jack in that movie is the saddest scene for me ...
Jesus being nailed to a cross.
In the 1998 movie Stepmom, where Susan Sarandon calls in her son and daughter into her room in turn and then gifts them what would be her last Christmas presents, since she has been diagnosed with terminal lymphoma. I am moved to tears every time I watch it.
the end of titanic movie is quite emotional.
Here are some saddest movies ever. Obviously Titanic. The boy in Striped Pyjamas. In Where the Red Fern Grows close to the ending it is very very sad. p.s you will cry at the end of the movie trust me. Thanks
The final scenes in The Green Mile. I've never felt so sad in my life! Such great performances by Michael Clarke Duncan and Tom Hanks.
The Hunger Games- Rue's death.
When Nahoko (Jiro's wife) from The Wind Rises dies... I couldn't stop crying for hours.
Definitely either 'A walk to remember' or 'The fault in our stars'.
Ttitanic - when Jack drowns by giving up his life for love.
The boy in the Striped Pyjamas.
In My Girl, when her best friend dies and she goes to his funeral screaming "You wanna go play? He needs his glasses! He cant see without his glasses" And she has to be dragged out of the room
I think the saddest movie I've ever seen was Marley & Me...
I would say that that the scene from "Schindler's List" when annoyed by seeing his car coated in soot, Oskar Schindler (Liam Neeson) realises that the bodies killed in the Krakow Ghetto are being exhumed and burnt.
Rue's death in The Hunger Games. Christine's death in Love never dies.
Titanic was very sad.
When Leslie in Bridge To Terabithia died. Or when Tristan in Tristan & Isolde died.
My favorite and saddest movie is "The Kid"
I think its when Harry Potter saw all of those dead people in the Great Hall in The deathly hollows part 2
Mufasa's death in Lion Kion...By far the saddest thing I've ever seen.
I'm just sitting here, still crying over Toy Story Three.
Lion King when Mufasa died
There are lots of films can not say one name here.
Has to be the scene in Dumbo where Timothy Mouse takes Dumbo along to visit his mother in the cage, and after she has finished swinging him in her trunk, Timothy Mouse leads him away back to the circus while his mother looks on helplessly. I cried a river when I saw that.
In "Starving in Suburbia" when the anorexic girl's brother dies from restricting calories for his wrestling competitions.
The final scene of "Pride of the Yankees", when Lou Gehrig is giving his final speech to all the fans.
Good Bye Girl, Kramer Vs Kramer , Green Mile
Old Yeller ... When OY is "put down"
The scene in Dumbo when he is separated from his mother and she rocks him with her trunk through the bars.
The Fault in our Stars... The last 20-30 mins maybe..
A memorable scene for me is a girl in Short Term 12 describing the parental abuse she has had to endure.
Amazing and highly emotional film about a group of young adults working to help other disadvantaged teenagers.
The last scene in The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas.
What's love got to do with it. When Ike would hit Tina that made me cry.
What's love got to do with it. The way Ike hurt Tina.
The saddest scene I can think of is the scene in "The Yearling" (1946) where the boy, Jody, winds up being put in the position of having to perform a mercy killing on his pet deer.
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