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FonistofCruxis

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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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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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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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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3Dash wrote:

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

Actually...yeah. Wall-E and Up are another two that I'd suggest.
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I'm not sure why so many people are saying Up. What was so sad about that movie? I never would have thought anybody would think it's that sad until now.

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Jaz007 wrote:

I'm not sure why so many people are saying Up. What was so sad about that movie? I never would have thought anybody would think it's that sad until now.

To me it was more depressing than sad

Void

Hmm.... I dunno, I can't remember any movies that made me really sad, or cry.

Banker-Style wrote:

High School Musical 3.

An I'm 'pretty sure Purplelink meant a different kind of sad.
But if we were going by that, I've got bucket loads of movies to name.

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Void wrote:

Hmm.... I dunno, I can't remember any movies that made me really sad, or cry.

Banker-Style wrote:

High School Musical 3.

An I'm 'pretty sure Purplelink meant a different kind of sad.
But if we were going by that, I've got bucket loads of movies to name.

LOLOLOL That just made my day haha, or whatever's left of it, whenever I update I go to bed right after most of the time.

Anyways, Im surprised no one noticed but I've asked pretty much the same question before, I remember @Birdman's response saying like "Damnit Pixar you almost made me cry!" Or something like that! Good thing no one noticed though!

Also, in regard to anyone who was talking about Toy Story 3 and Up not being sad, it just depends I suppose. Toy Story 3 was sad before the toys were about to "die" or melt or whatever, and also in the end when he gave them away, in my opinion in was sad moreso because like, the way the movie was released (10 years later) it was really like he grew up and then just yeah I suppose, some people find it sad others dont I suppose. The UP scene was I believe when you saw the whole overall span of their lives together, then the wife died. (Way to point out the obvious there Link977!)

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