What's the saddest movie you've ever seen?

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  • JWoods

    The saddest movie ever made was Vanishing Point.

    The only happy thing about it was that the car crashed into the bulldozers was actually a disguised 6-cylinder Camaro, not the Dodge Challenger.

  • Meeting Junkie No More
    Meeting Junkie No More

    A Cry in the Dark

  • minimus

    Dead Poet's Society

  • undercover
    Dead Poet's Society

    Yea, Dead Poet's Society was pretty sad, but I loved the scene where the class all stood on their desk in honor of the instructor.

    Field of Dreams gets me. I can relate on a personal level with Costner's relationship with his father and the connection of baseball. I can't get through it without losing it. I only watch it alone.

    The saddest movie ever made was Vanishing Point.

    Even sadder was the remake. Oh God, was that bad. So bad, it was sad.

    Speaking of road movies, Easy Rider had a "will bum you out" ending. Sad, but made you angry at the same time. I remember the first time I saw it. I was so mad...

  • JWoods
    Even sadder was the remake. Oh God, was that bad. So bad, it was sad.

    Sad in a different sense - but yes: Sad in the vomit-inducing sense. Sad in the brain-rotting metastasized TUMOR inducing sense.

  • tec

    The Boy in the Striped Pajamas was sad, in many ways.

    When a Man Loves a Woman, with Meg Ryan. I cried through nearly that entire movie. It wasn't really sad per se, it was just life... but I bawled and bawled.


  • nancy drew
    nancy drew

    There are some intense sad scenes in movies one that got me was in The music box with Jessica Lange. The scene in the car when she is smiling at first as the music box plays then her smile turns to sobbing and realization as the photos pop out showing the horrible things her father did in ww2 and she sobs and looses it over the betrayal its quite a moment.

  • CuriousButterfly

    Schindler's List

    Green Mile

    Dead Poet Society

    The Pursuit of Happyness


    Steel Magnolias

    Million Dollar Baby

    Shawshank Remdemption

    Forest Gump


    Marley & Me

  • Wasanelder Once
    Wasanelder Once

    Sophie's Choice. Hands down the saddest.

  • ronpaul

    Dr Zhivago (the David Lean version)

    The English Patient

    also my 2 favourite films: both very sad and both about adultery...

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