The Pursuit Of Happiness
This film is a big time 2006 hit and a big roller coaster of emotions. The living characters of the movie are done by Will Smith and his real-life son. The story plot is way too strong and the acting is just unbelievable. The film is all about a married guy who struggles a lot in life to attain a certain successful goal even when his wife leaves him and his son. Both the father and son go through a tough time but never regret the hardships they have faced in life, a big shout out and 5 stars to this amazing and wonderful movie.
When you watch Titanic, you’ll probably get tears of frustration from the whole “they could’ve fit two people on that board” situation. However, there’s plenty of other things to cry over, so buy a boatload of tissues before you press play. If you’ve somehow never seen the film, it’s about a man named Jack who meets Rose on the Titanic and slowly shows her that there is happiness and love outside of her shallow rich world that her mother created for her. Then, when they just start falling for each other, the Titanic hits an iceberg and… well, you know the rest.
The Boy in the Striped Pajamas
If you remember The Fox and The Hound bringing you to tears as a child, expect to weep openly at this film. Consider it the best film you will never want to see again. This is the story of the friendship between two young boys: Bruno (Asa Butterfield), the child of a Nazi camp’s commandant, and Shmuel, a Jewish inmate of the camp. Neither boy truly understands the nature of the camp or of the war itself. So, as Germany is washed away in a wave of anti-Semitism, they find comfort in each other’s company. And that isn’t even the saddest part.
It’s about a group of Southern women experience the highs and lows of life. Shelby (Julia Roberts) is enjoying her new marriage, while also dealing with complications from her diabetes.
And you will start crying When Shelby receives a kidney transplant from her mother M’Lynn (Sally Field), but her body rejects it. When she falls into a coma from which she’ll never wake up, her family takes her off life support. When you’ll totally lose it is At Shelby’s funeral, M’Lynn breaks down into hysterics, as the other women do their best to comfort her.
P.S. I Love You
This movie is explicitly designed to turn on the waterworks. It’s the story of a young widow (Hilary Swank) who receives posthumous letters of encouragement from her late husband (Gerard Butler) after he dies of a brain tumor.
If you have ever jokingly referred to any difficult decision as a “Sophie’s choice,” you were wrong. Sophie’s choice is a terrible, terrible choice, quite unlike waffling between pretzel and peanut M & Ms (It’s totally pretzel, right?). Set in 1947, the film follows unstable lovers Sophie and Nathan (Meryl Streep and Kevin Kline) and their friend Stingo (Peter MacNicol) as they all navigate a Brooklyn still haunted by the shadows of World War II.
There just can’t be enough World War II in a sad film list. Moving between a 1944 Nazi concentration camp set in Poland and New York City in 1976, this movie is based on the true story of Jerzy Bielecki and Cyla Cybulska, a pair who fell in love in the work camp but became separated during their escape, each assuming the other had perished. This movie has it all: the holocaust, lovers torn apart, and some death mixed in. It is both touching and hopeful and a soul crushing invitation for all of the sads.
Marley and Me
If you’ve ever owned a dog, loved a dog, honestly if you’ve even laid a hand on a dog in your lifetime, this tale of a mischievous Golden named Marley, and how he teaches Jennifer Aniston, Owen Wilson and their growing family to love, will make you dampen a million Kleenex.
You know when you cry because you are so inspired by another human being’s spirit and will to carry on despite the most difficult of circumstances? That’s the kind of weep you’ll experience during this dark horse tearjerker starring AnnaSophia Robb, about real-life surfer Bethany Hamilton.
Girls, if you’re in love with Ryan Gosling’s cleancut look, his beard alone will make you cry in “The Notebook.” If that’s not enough to get you upset, Nicholas Sparks always has a way of writing stories that pull at our heart strings.
“The Notebook” jumps between two stories, one about a young couple’s troubled 1940s romance and an elderly husband and wife struggling to stay together in a modern-day nursing home.
Plus, watching any love story where Ryan Gosling is the lead will bring us to tears just from wishing he was ours!
When you want to see Julia Robert in action and drama then you must watch this film. Released in 1991, this movie has melted many hearts. The film is beautifully directed where she is interviewed for an ad to care for an ill young man. She gets selected and her bond starts with the character himself. The movie emotionally involves around them with some intense love and care emotions that will make you cry for long.
Bridge To Terabithia
Bridge to Terabithia is an American fantasy adventure drama film filled with emotions and lots of twists and turns. A film starts with a young boy who befriends a girl who is a class outsider. They both create an imaginary world named Terabithia which is inhabited with loads of magical creatures. The film is a fantasy and emotional roller coaster showing what friendship is all about.
As this 2014 romantic dramedy proves, the only thing more tragic than a fresh-faced teenager with terminal cancer is a fresh-faced teenager with terminal cancer in love. This film though? Doubles down: It features two terminally ill teens in love, played by Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort.