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Sir_Anthony

7,241. Posted:

Professor layton and the eternal diva :'(

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7,242. Posted:

I dont know ever but lately it probably would be The Boy in the Stripped Pajamas. My son had to watch that for a project at school so we streamed it from Netflix.

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Jaz007

7,243. Posted:

Hero maybe, although the only movie I cried at was the Dark Knight Rises, probably Hero though.

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7,244. Posted:

Les Miserables, I can't remember the last time I cried so much.

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TwilightV

7,245. Posted:

Max Payne 2: The Fall Of Max Payne

Seriously though, i'm not even sure.

Edit: Actually, Kurosawa's Red Beard was pretty sad.

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7,246. Posted:

Probably Up
that movie, is SO sad.
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7,247. Posted:

I believe Grave of the Fireflies is the saddest movie I have seen, in my opinion.
Hair (the musical film of 1979), and Milk, however, are the only movies in my life so far that has made me cry.

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Birdman

7,248. Posted:

We Bought a Zoo. I wasn't expecting it to be either, since I was watching it mainly to hear how Jónsi's soundtrack work would be used, but I just broke down crying while watching it on an international flight when the emotional climax of it hit. I think the use of Bon Iver's Holocene during that scene helped. Didn't cry during Up (though that was incredibly sad, I must say) or Toy Story 3, though I was about 3 seconds away from doing so in the latter during that movie's climax.

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7,249. Posted:

Probably one of those stupid dog movies where the dog dies. :(

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FonistofCruxis

7,250. Posted:

3Dash wrote:

Uh... I dunno, Toy Story 3, maybe?

What did you find so sad about it? I'm just wondering as I hear so many people talk about how sad it is but I didn't really find it that sad.


For me, it would probably be Wreck-it Ralph. Even though, there have been sadder moments in other films I've seen, there was one scene in that film that got me closer to tears than any other. Maybe it was because of how much I liked the particular character in that scene that was upset.

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7,251. Posted:

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RoryLee

7,252. Posted:

Dances with Wolves

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7,253. Posted:

'Pan's Labyrinth'

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7,254. Posted:

Grave of the Fireflies

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7,255. Posted:

FonistofCruxis wrote:

3Dash wrote:

Uh... I dunno, Toy Story 3, maybe?

What did you find so sad about it? I'm just wondering as I hear so many people talk about how sad it is but I didn't really find it that sad.


For me, it would probably be Wreck-it Ralph. Even though, there have been sadder moments in other films I've seen, there was one scene in that film that got me closer to tears than any other. Maybe it was because of how much I liked the particular character in that scene that was upset.

Well, the whole sort of Life and Death situation where there's nothing they can do; and after the other movies, you geniunely care whether or not they survive. Also, with Andy leaving at the end is sad in its own way, because he's grown up. It didn't make cry or anything, but it was sad. I haven't really seen all that many sad movies, though.

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7,256. Posted:

Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close was probably the saddest movie I watched. The beginning of Up was insanely sad and Secondhand Lions had such a sad ending even if it was what Hub and Garth wanted. All three are among my favorite movies though.

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7,257. Posted:

Metal Gear Solid 4

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Marks

7,258. Posted:

FonistofCruxis wrote:

3Dash wrote:

Uh... I dunno, Toy Story 3, maybe?

What did you find so sad about it? I'm just wondering as I hear so many people talk about how sad it is but I didn't really find it that sad.


For me, it would probably be Wreck-it Ralph. Even though, there have been sadder moments in other films I've seen, there was one scene in that film that got me closer to tears than any other. Maybe it was because of how much I liked the particular character in that scene that was upset.

The scene which could be considered "sad" was when they were about to get incinerated.
It's all a matter of opinion. I mean, none of the animated disney movies have given me a strong sad emotional reaction, but this is my opinion and my taste.

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Retro_on_theGo

7,259. Posted:

Swiket wrote:

Metal Gear Solid 4

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WesCash

7,260. Posted:

3Dash wrote:

Uh... I dunno, Toy Story 3, maybe?

Actually...yeah. Wall-E and Up are another two that I'd suggest.
It's a credit to Pixar's genius that they can make animated films with more emotional depth than 99% of live action movies.

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