Thread: The saddest movie(s) you ever saw

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    • 6 years 4 months ago
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    Milo And Otis
    Bambi
    Dad
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      • 6 years 4 months ago
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      The Boy In the Plastic Bubble. I saw it when it first aired back in the seventies and had a real affect on me at the time. It is sappy and cheeey as hell but it just connected. Love Story is another bit of seventies cheese which still gets me when I watch it.
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        Harry And The Hendersons
        Dumbo
        Don't pay any attention to the evil spirited and dead of heart. They're not worth your time.
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          Selena
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            Grave of the Fireflies

            Intersteller 5555, up till the very end anyway
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              No movie has ever made me full out cry but Monster came very close the first time I saw it and I was pretty depressed for a few days afterward.
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                Heart and Souls, My Girl, The Land Before Time, Once Upon A Forest, Ever After,
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                  Maya was also very sad.
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                    E.T. when they thought E.T. was dead.
                    Toy Story 2 when Jessie is singing her song "When She Loved Me"
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                      Among the movies I've seen, perhaps the saddest was a movie that came out about a year ago called "I'm Not Ashamed"; I first stumbled across this movie in June of this year and have seen it three times already. Every time, during the last 20 minutes or so, beginning when Rachel Scott, the main character in the movie (played by Masey Mclain) was shot and killed, the tears always spring to my eyes.

                      For anyone who is not familiar with the story behind this film, "I'm Not Ashamed" is based on the true story of Columbine High School massacre victim Rachel Joy Scott, who was the first person shot and killed in the massacre on the morning of April 20, 1999. Many observers believe that Rachel was targeted because of her faith and belief in God and her struggles therein. Anyone who watches this movie should put themselves in Rachel's shoes and wonder what it was like for her during those brief years of her life and struggling with her faith.
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                        • 12 days 8 hours ago
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                        I still say The Champ with Jon Voight is the saddest movie I've ever seen.
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