The Green Mile when John Coffey says: “Please, boss, don’t put that thing over my face. Please don’t put me in the dark, don’t make me go into the dark, I’m afraid of the dark.”
This part always gets me …
The ending of Big Fish. All I have to do is think about it to start crying.
When Schindler is having a breakdown realizing how many more people he could’ve saved.
“It’s not your fault” scene from Good Will Hunting.
Scenes like this remind me of the power of film.
The level of emotion and care you can feel for characters you were introduced to only an hour or 2 ago.
Goes to show how emotive humans really are.
The last five minutes of Arrival really give a powerful punch that just gets better each time I watch it.
Fox and the Hound – When the lady leaves the fox in the woods. I cant do it.
But anything where the animals are suffering I feel the emotions…
8 year old me was not ready for Optimus Prime to die back when I saw the original movie in the eighties. Scarred me. he was my TV dad.
When Forrest Gump is told the boy is his son and he asks Jenny if the boy is like him or normal.
I haven’t watched that movie in over 10 years because of that scene and I’m welling up just typing about it.
Also when he is talking to Jenny at her grave, telling her how smart little Forrest is. Gets me every time.
When Miguel and Mama Coco sing remember me in Coco.
Sam trying to swim after Frodo in Fellowship. Something about the friendship there just makes me tear up. They both want to protect each other so badly and you can hear the anguish in both of their voices as Frodo tries to leave alone and Sam almost drowns chasing after him.
The first 10 minutes of Up.
In the Extended version, Theoden breaking down at his son’s tomb after the funeral. That one scene had more emotional resonance than the entire Hobbit “trilogy”.
‘You bow to no one’ hits me harder personally.
That scene in Good Will Hunting where Ben Afleck’s character (Chuckie) says to Will:
“Every day I come by your house and I pick you up. And we go out. We have a few drinks, and a few laughs, and it’s great. But you know what the best part of my day is? For about ten seconds, from when I pull up to the curb and when I get to your door, ’cause I think, maybe I’ll get up there and I’ll knock on the door and you won’t be there. No goodbye. No see you later. No nothing. You just left. I don’t know much, but I know that.”
It might not make me outright cry, but it makes me choke up a little. That’s just a special kind of love for a friend.
I have a special needs little brother who is my only sibling. I will never watch “What’s eating Gilbert Grape” again unless I am alone. I’ve been through some awful things and survived, but that movie will make me sob like a toddler and no one should see that.
I’ve watched a ton of movies with some sad scenes. I usually tear up, but never actually shed a tear for any of them. Except for one.
The scene in Click where Adam Sandler’s old man character is running out after his son and dies in the street, knowing he’s been leading his life the wrong way and he’s taught his son to do the same. Holy shit nobody expected a scene like that from an Adam Sandler movie.
The end of “Saving Private Ryan”…. Destroys me.
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