Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by usta2050, Apr 17, 2013.
A Walk to Remember...
**hands over man card**
Graves of the Fireflies is really sad.
oh yes, i was thinking of some holocaust movies, but I'll second you on this. I saw this movie and then Barefoot Gen. Both were really sad, painful in fact.
I could add Forrest Gump, Titanic, Sophie's Choice, Saving Private Ryan, the end of Green Mile, Hachi - a dog story ... Benjamin Button, some of the stuff in Sleepers, Passion of Christ was really sad and painful ... Ghost was definitely sad, ...
Marley and Me.
Thanks, im sad now.
Dancer in the Dark
Just watched 'We Bought a Zoo' with the kids. Those Cameron Crowe movies really tug at my heart strings.
I once saw a sad movie as a kid. Can someone tell me the name. This thread really has me trying hard to recall. I asked my Dad but he he has Alzheimer's so can't help much.
There was a couple, one of them died and went up to heaven. They show heaven using some stars made of shiny paper like on Christmas trees. It was very simply done, no elaborate sets - probably the entire movie was shot in a room or house with that faked up heaven with shiny paper.
This was most probably late 70's, or at most very early 80's. I remember as we walked out of the theater a young lady behind us saying she cried after many years. This was not shown at the public theater, this was at the American Center (then called USIS) (which showed a lot of old movies) so the movie could have been made much much earlier that the 70's.
The name probably had 4 or 5 words in it. I believe the movie was color, but can't be sure.
When I mentioned Sophie's Choice I had not clicked on this link. I saw it as a kid, did you see it recently, or long back ?
Last Night (1998 ).
Biutiful was extremely sad as well.
"Million Dollar Baby" hit me hard.
When Spock dies in Star Trek II my allergies start acting up.
Other things that affect my allergies
The endings to the Force Unleashed I and II
The English Patient
"Taking Chance" an HBO movie starring Kevin Bacon about safekeeping of a Marine's body remains coming home for burial
i saw it a long time ago. totally forgot about the "selection" scene. streep's a great actress. hope she can live long and act in a lot more films.
Though it's a movie made primarily for children, the first few minutes of "Up" were touching. I'm referring to the scenes showing the old man's life up to the present (dating, falling in love, marriage, fertility struggles, losing his wife).
Not the saddest by any means, but it came to mind.
what are you guys???? pusssies?????
jk jk i am the same
4 movies I've teared up in;
1) Forrest Gump
2) Marley and Me
4) Band Of Brothers, though it's a mini-series as opposed to a movie, the last line of the final episode kills me.
The selection scene reminds me of another holocause movie scene, but i cannot recall the movie -- its a long time back -- in which a mother is hiding with her tiny baby (whom she has in her arms). The baby is crying and she accidentally smothers the baby to stifle the crying -- killing her.
I was happy to see you posting after a long time, but ... ewwww
Pls log out and go away, underhand
No! That one brings out the baby in all of us...so sad.
I'd also say the ending of American Beauty is very depressing, although not very "sad".
I'll admit that due to having the same kind of dog in Marley and Me, I teared up a little during the ending of that one.
I didn't just tear up...I cried freely. Still not ashamed.
Dogs and others....
1. Old Yeller
2. Marley and Me
3. The Sandlot - very funny movie but the end - "Skip died"....
Saving Private Ryan
All the chick flicks previously mentioned that I won't admit to watching....
The last two Die Hard movies. I was really sad to have spent money on those.
Whoops - just came to mind and serious. Phar Lap.
Life is Beautiful. One of the sadder Holocaust movies.
Think how she felt?
I'm a huge dog love, but I absolutely detested Marley and Me. Couldn't finish the movie, to be honest.
Nothing more sad than the ongoing destruction of generations upon generations of countless people all done for nothing, only greed.
Brokeback Mountain, Old Yeller, Sophie's Choice.
Can't believe the superpower from globo gym lead by white goodman lost to those low life's from average joes. A real feel good story ruined. White goodman loses all his unhealthy weight, proceeds to then open up his own gym and become incredibly wealthy. Then too lose it all to average joes really broke my heart. Sad, sad, sad.
"incendies" was a bit sad...
Episode I: The Phantom Men ace. . . Saddest film I have seen.
I've seen this movie probably 12 times. When does someone die and who the hell is skip?
Also the movie "click" I believe its called with adam sandler. Always call my dad after that one.
Saddest movie I've watched was probably Umberto D.
"Dr. Zhivago" was Kleenex-worthy!
You're killing me Smalls!
bad TT poster, bad....
Nobody dies. I was watching My Dog Skip with my daughter for the umpteenth time and were talking about The Sandlot and Secondhand Lions.
Paused the movie and typed what I was watching and thinking. Sorry.
I'll have to check some of these out.
1. I Am Sam
2. Marley & Me
Paths of Glory.Not only sad but arguable one of the best, if not the best ever.
Charly w/Cliff Robertson
Was made by HBO, can get from Netflix. Should be a must-see for all Americans.
What took place again?
i was tearing :cry:
That caught me surprise... :evil::cry:
Life is Beautiful for me!
Off the top of my head.
Somewhere in time.
The music was absolutely marvelous.
Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini(Somewhere in Time)
The Ghost and Mrs. Muir
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