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Wow, James McAvoy's performance is astonishing in this movie, and so is Keira Knightley's. This was a love story, however, not an usual one.
The movie itself is not a sad one, however it made me think a lot. Mostly about life and choices and everything else. But I lost it when the baby died that part was very painful to get through.
Although I cried a lot more in the book, there are a lot of emotional moments in the movie that made my heart go all sad.
War Horse (2011)
HORSES. THAT'S IT. Really though, anything that has to do with horses being in pain or whatever I just can't handle it. So I pretty much cried this entire movie, not to mention when Tom Hiddleston's character is about to die and he has that look of a ten year old scared kid,.
Third Star (2011)
Ok, I don't know what made me cry more, Benedict Cumberbatch's perfect acting or the movie itself. This movie is a sad movie, when it ends you are either curled up in a ball crying or you're just staring at the tv screaming "WHY DID YOU DO THIS TO ME?"; in my case it was both.
Anna Karenina (2012)
Again, Keira Knightley delivers amazing acting skills, alongside with Aaron Johnson. I got completely involved by this movie, and the story itself made me cry. And also Aaron. Yeah.
Les Misérables (2012)
I DREAMED A DREAM. I think that sums up almost every reason. And everybody in this cast. When Aaron Tveit's character Enjolras dies "hanging" on that café my heart just melted..
Hotel Rwanda (2005)
I watched this in school, and it is a very, I mean VERY, sad story about the reality in Rwanda. All I know is that I cried a lot.
Well... Let's just skip the part where I talk about the movie because I might end up giving everything up. Matt Smith's "speech" in the end, the fangirl in me just couldn't handle it.
Lars and the Real Girl (2007)
I was skimming through channels and found this. All I knew is that it was with Ryan Gosling, so I watched. But I didn't expect to touch me like it did. It just makes you think a lot, about what would you do if you found yourself in that situation, if he was your brother, you know? It's a really touching movie, and Ryan Gosling just proved himself again in this.
Midnight in Paris (2011)
I really don't know why people say this movie is a romantic comedy, because to me it wasn't. I can't remember exactly what it was that made me cry, but all I know is that I did.
Waking Sleeping Beauty (2010)
This tells the story of Disney, how they made their first movie, how Beauty & the Beast took a long time to be done. And being a kid who grew with these movies it just touched my heart.
I Am Legend (2007)
THE DOG. OK. THE DOG. The one thing that made me cry.
The lack of dialogue in this movie only made it even more special to me. I didn't cry like a baby but let's just say that Ryan Gosling mess with my feelings.
Gardens Of The Night (2008)
After 9 years of being abducted and held captive, a young "brother" and "sister" find themselves on the street, with no one to depend on aside from one another. It touched my heart a lot, especially the parts where she's shown as a kid.
Inside, I'm Dancing (2004)
It's a story about two guys that are both physically unable. But that's not what is sad about this movie, their struggle with a independence and love is. Again, another brilliant performance of James McAvoy.
The Deep Blue Sea (2011)
It's a very intimate movie, sometimes slow I confess, but I didn't mind. That last scene when he leaves was when I just sobbed and cried like a baby. Maybe the fact that it was Tom Hiddleston helped a lot.
Never Let Me Go (2010)
Just go watch this movie, I can't talk about it without giving up the whole thing. It's just so good and emotional and JUST WATCH IT.
Albert Nobbs (2011)
Yeah, I'm not all crazy about this one. But I cried nonetheless.
A Very Long Engagement (2004)
It's a French movie. That alone just makes the movie 100% sadder. But the story, which is about a girl that goes after her fiancée after he allegedly shot himself to be discharged of the frontline in the war, is just amazing. I highly recommend it.
The Last Station (2010)
Again, another movie with James McAvoy (I think I see a pattern here...), but what really moved me was not that. The internal struggle of Tolstoy and Sofya is just amazing, it made me want to read his stuff.
Winter's Bone (2010)
The movie wasn't that great, I mean, it didn't make my heart jump or whatever, but Jennifer Lawrence was just perfect.
Ok, before you judge me, I don't think this movie is sad or anything, the only part that made me cry was when Loki finds out that he's Laufey's son and starts to confront Odin about it. . In conclusion, Tom Hiddleston makes me cry.
One Day (2011)
It's a love story that involves a kid with cancer. So, yeah.
Blue Valentine (2010)
This was the movie that made me fall in love with Ryan Gosling and made me realise how he is a great actor. This movie is so raw and real, I just love it a lot.
The Hunger Games (2012)
RUE. RUE'S DEATH IS JUST AAAAAAAAH, AND IT'S NOT EVEN THAT EMOTIONAL IN THE MOVIE, I JUST HAVE FEELS OK. . And bread boy too.
Nowhere Boy (2009)
AGAIN, Aaron Johnson delivers an amazing performance. There are a lot of emotional things going on, and it's about John Lennon so...
Le hérisson (2009)
Another French movie, but this one is just very deep. It says a lot about suicide and death.
This movie will mess up with your head, just saying. It made me think about a lot of people I know that do that.
It is a very confusing movie if you don't pay enough attention, however, I thought it sent a very deep message about people.
The Virgin Suicides (1999)
This masterpiece is made by the amazing Sofia Coppola. By the name I think you guessed that it talks about suicide. But the thing that made me love it and cry so much was that I could relate to a lot that was going on.
In case you haven't seen this movie (DO PEOPLE LIKE THAT EVEN EXIST??)I'll just explain it in the spoiler area thingy Cedric dying, but not just the fact that it was Cedric, it's just such a sad part.
What's not to cry about this??? The end of an era. I STICKED THROUGH THE END OKAY I DID IT.
Dumbledore. I guess that says everything.
Since I'm a die-hard Draco fan, seeying him go all cuckoo was not something I enjoyed.
To Kill a Mockingbird (1962)
I've watched this movie many many many years ago, all I remember is that me and my mom cried.
Awakenings (1990) (1991)
Another movie about people with some kind of mental disorder (as in they remain in a vegetative state). I cried my eyes out with this one. Yey for Robert DeNiro and Robin Williams.
All I remember is that I cried and that the guy had some kind of mental problem.
An American Crime (2007)
The fact that this is based on a true fact just makes it even worse. Just watch it. I can't comment on this without spoiling everything.
Cinema Paradiso (1988)
Just go WATCH IT.
This is actually a documentary of a boy with bipolar disorder. I'm not kidding when I say this movie changed te way I look at people with this disorder.
Charlie St Cloud (2010)
This is very cheesy... But yeah I cried in the ending. I BLAME IT ALL ON ZAC EFRON.
127 Hours (2011)
Again, the fact that it was based on a true story just makes it even sadder.
Donnie Darko (2001)
I can't even explain this movie.
The Village (2004)
Yeah judge me. I don't have anything to say.
The Truman Show (1998)
The Green Mile (1999)
Mr. Nobody (2009)
Big Fish (2004)
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Movies that I've watched and made me cry. Not really sad movies though.
And as you can see, I'm not really good at explaining why I cried. Oh well.
And as you can see, I'm not really good at explaining why I cried. Oh well.
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