Manchester by the sea is definitely one of the most depressing. Good will hunting maybe?
Forest gump, personally my favorite movie, i was like 12 years old and i cry 5 times seeing that movie for first time lol
Hachi: A Dog's Tale (2009)
so sad 😭😭😭😭😭
here are some good movies.
megan is missing
salo or 120 days of sodom
watch them good movies not saw just good
Kung Fu Panda 2 hits hard
the hunt (2012) the one with mads mikkelsen
I also read the book and the film is very accurate to the survivor’s account
Capernaum. It's so fucking real and happening but we can't do anything about it.
titanic pianist forest gump
A couple years ago I watched this cheesy Christian movie called "I'm Not Ashamed"
The girl got killed in a school shooting at the end and I cried (((((
The funny thing is that I only watched the movie because I saw the trailer and thought the girl was super hot.
Bridge to Terabithia. It's definitely not the saddest movie but it really tore me up when I was younger.
honestly the boy with the striped pajamas especially near the end when the two boys get gassed in the Gas Chamber what a sad ending obviously they don't show inside the gas chamber but they do show the closed door and people shouting
I find "The machinist" weirdly sad. Like it leaves with such an emptyness that your sadness does not feel as an emotional outburst, but rather like your spirit being drained from within
I am so sad that they killed my boy Ryan McCarthy. That open-mouth b Bella shouldve died instead.
Atonement and The Green Mile
I dont remember how it was called but basically I remember a man being lost in a dead man's land and there was a tiger, he became friends with the tiger and then killed the tiger by accident. I cried like a baby
I've never cried more than when I watched The Green Mile.
The Beauty Inside, sad but beautiful with an happy ending
I wish I knew name of that movie...
Miracle in cell block nr 7 (Turkish)
Only movie where I have basically cried in more than one spot, really well done!
I remember being depressed for days because of a movie, but I don't know which.
unfortunately I can't get into the character in 2 hours, so no. But when i watched Hachi i cried like a fucking bitch, dont know why
Requiem for a dream
The first ten minutes of Up. So uncalled for
The boy in the striped pajamas
Gone Girl, amazing movie also!
gonna agree with couple of responses above - green mile, one of my favorite movies.
warrior 2011 / with tom hardy
eternal sunshine of the spotless mind
Hachi, the movie where the dog waits at the train station for his master (even if master is kill)
a documentary about furries
I dont watch sad movies, sorry.
When Pikachu and Raichu threw lightningstrike at Ash on the stadium and he turned to stone. Fuck that shit man. I forgot which pokemon movie it was but it was fucking sad (all pokemon cried and I did too and Ash got revived)
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Wildlife (2018), Incendies (2010), Into the Wild (2007), Rundskop (2011), A Prophet (2009)
"In this corner of the world", a story about a family living near Hiroshima before during the war...
honestly i cried the most at the end of King Kong
Blue Jay (perhaps because I saw it right after Manchester by the Sea but imho this one touches the same soul? areas)
Das Leben der Anderen (The Lives of Others)
The Elephant Man
The Deer Hunter
i never cried on movies however i almost cried at
the elephant man
the green mile
man on fire
Requiem for a dream
The most sad thing I've watched is a japanese mini series One Litre of Tears for like 10 years ago and I still remember it very well. It's based on a true story about a young girl which had a rare disease with no cure whose life only got worse and worse and how it affected her and her parents. Worth watching if you are up for some Japanese drama. 8.8/10 rating on imdb. I haven't encountered movies that had that level of sadness yet.
Marley and I
Miracle in Cell No. 7
The Imitation Game
B: Michael - The Time's Come
UP (Pixar), it has one of the most beautiful opening sequences to any animated movie imo, the passage of time depicted, without any of the characters saying anything, still brings me to tears. But overall this movie can be classified as a feel-good genre.
I saw the devil, is one the saddest movies. The protagonist ultimately gets his revenge at the cost of his humanity.
Tbh a lot of pixar movies made me cry. Coco and Up probably moved me the most, and I just saw Onward yesterday, this movie is so sad that I just burst into tears at the end
The amazing Spiderman 1...
Cried when Gwen Stacy died 🥺
Man on Fire....
I am always crying like bitch in the and when i hear music - "Una palabra..."
Green Mile, nothing even comes close to this movie
One flew over the cuckoos nest hasn’t been suggested yet
don't really remmeber if it was that sad but the imitation game im pretty sure was a sad movie, and the only good/sad movie that i remember that hasnt been mentioned already
furia vs liquid cheering for liquid