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31. Posted by Piecar (Travel Guru 880 posts) 5y

I gotta say that Marley and Me was a surprise. I discounted the movie immediately, but went to see it because it happened to be free at the time (through the fact that the theatre had a ticket taker who was making out with the candy girl at the time. Opportunity knocked) and it was pretty good. And sad

32. Posted by wotthefiqh (Inactive 1447 posts) 5y

Watched 'Into The Wild' last night.
The last pic of Chris McCandless was ???

33. Posted by Piecar (Travel Guru 880 posts) 5y

Fiqh...you found that sad?

Not that the story isn't tragic, but that pic was of a happy person who did this amazing thing. That he dies this way...well damn. He would have preferred that to getting hit by a car.

Also, the guy was a little off his rocker. And died because he had no skills whatsoever. And that he was trying to be a mountain man from out of a book that could fit in his pocket. Even Jeremiah Johnson didn't do it that way.

But I did like that movie a lot.

[ Edit: Edited on 19-Apr-2009, at 21:40 by Piecar ]

34. Posted by Blinq (Inactive 341 posts) 5y

Beyond Borders with Angelina Jolie and Clive Owen. I'm a sucker for romantic movies, but this one has a tragic ending. I won't say anymore so as not to spoil your experience if you decide to rent it, but it's well worth seeing.

35. Posted by wotthefiqh (Inactive 1447 posts) 5y

Quoting Piecar

Fiqh...you found that sad?

Not that the story isn't tragic, but that pic was of a happy person who did this amazing thing. That he dies this way...well damn. He would have preferred that to getting hit by a car.

Also, the guy was a little off his rocker. And died because he had no skills whatsoever. And that he was trying to be a mountain man from out of a book that could fit in his pocket. Even Jeremiah Johnson didn't do it that way.

But I did like that movie a lot.

I did write 'The last pic of Chris McCandless was ???'.
Pretty sad that he didn't realise what would be required to live in the wilderness but he did give it a go.
He shoulda shot the calf cause the mum elk coulda had more.
Loved the movie though.

36. Posted by delacroix (Budding Member 38 posts) 5y

A.I. and The Green Mile I could say.. they were touching.
Actually, the loneliness of the old Tom Hanks at the retirement house was more depressing and touching than the main story, for me, in the Green Mile.

37. Posted by jessyt81 (Budding Member 18 posts) 5y

Some of my favourite sappy movies have already been mentioned. This is one that I saw a few months ago:
"Things We Lost In The Fire"... I think I cried through the whole movie!

38. Posted by Redpaddy (Inactive 1004 posts) 5y

For me, it has to be 'Awakenings' with Robin Williams and Robert de Niro. True story - and the dance scene towards the end is impossible not to get emotional over. Incredibly sad film.... sniff - sniff. See what I mean??

39. Posted by SassyKitty (Budding Member 46 posts) 5y

I've never literally cried over any movie(I mean, it is a movie after all), but then I did find myself getting emotional over Almodovar's Volver.

40. Posted by rambof07 (Budding Member 2 posts) 2y

My life i think saddest movie which i have seen and it would be best in this category..........

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