ITT: Movies where anons felt for the characters and/or cried
i keep watching it, hoping by some miracle that he wins the fight.
Troy for anybody who doesnt know the movie.
end of watch
really changed my perspective on cops, teared up at ending
Couldn't stop bawling for a good 30 minutes.
OP here, for some reason ancient Greek based war movies always get me
This is going to make me sound like the purest of artists, but fucking dumbo makes me tear up everytime. When his mom is in the mad elephant enclosure and she rocks him while he cries.
Inspector Morand: But, murder is the occupation of Generals.
Major Grau: Then let us say what is admirable on the large scale is monstrous on the small. Since we must give medals to mass murderers, why not give justice to the small... entrepreneur.
After all this years i still cant watch this scene without feeling uncomfortabe.
Dont know why
Is this the one where Adam Sandler has that remote, and he keeps fast forwarding through his life? How depressing was that.... at the end he was talking to his son, and he was like "Life's short, you're just teeing off son"
Pan's Labyrinth. Cry like a faggot everytime at that ending.
I didn't actually watch the whole movie, caught it from the middle I think, I can't imagine what it would've been if I'd seen the whole thing from beginning to end. Honestly don't watch it unless you're feeling morbidly masochistic.
The English Patient
>The feels when you know in your heart that you'll never know love like that
actual reaction of my aunt:
>i just can't watch this movie - it's too bloody
>wait, didn't you read the script?
she - stared at me for couple of minutes totally confused, then start laughing when joke finally came to the brain tissue
>go to see Bambi
>the first 30 seconds, 'boom!', his mother's shot through the heart.
>I start sobbing
>cry through the entire movie
And to this day I have no idea what happens in Bambi
Good choice, but The Plague Dogs rivals its ability to cause immense emotional pain.
80s disney thought nothing of stamping all over your emotions
I'm fucking weird. I spend 99% of my time being an emotionless bastard. Yet, when I see moments of greatness/sacrifice/the under dog winning. I fucking die inside and cry like a baby and then get happy because I feel something. The ending of this movie where Bruce is talking to his sexy daughter knowing he will die. Too deep in the feels, and a lot of it has to do with the fact that If I had to die. Being a single person saving an entire fucking planet would be definitely the way to die for me.
Pic related was really sad.
Yeah I probably should watch that again. Literally all I can remember from that film
>Bambi is born
>Makes friends with standard woodland bastards
>Winter happens and Bambis mom gets rekt
>Bambi grows up a bit and all his friends fuck off
>He fights some other deer in some clouds, could be a dream?
>Big ass fire
>Saves some deer hoe
>Becomes king of the forest
Apparently its well short too, like an hour or so? yeah just 70 mins...
I really wish Walken had stuck with dramatic roles like this one. Not saying his other stuff isn't fantastic; I just loved his earlier dramatic roles better.
Pic Related. Felt genuinely bad for the kid because his life was shit. Finally gets a friend and things start looking up. Bitch dies on him.
I must have been 12 when I saw this. Finally grew a pair and now movies don't get to my feels
He still got to visit his brother though, so he had that. Plus, there's no way he could provide for him. If it weren't for him being in the house and the smoke alarm, Raymond would have set the house on fire, and I'm sure numerous other situations like that would arise.
What tore me up the most was that Raymond remembered everything that happened between him and Charlie, so he must have felt some insane amount of guilt or loneliness in his sporadic episodes of lucidity.
Sad enough on its own but the little voice actor for ducky was 10 when her dad shot her in the head, killed her mom, burned their bodies then shot himself in the garage. She was a little angel.
He never got to say he was sorry
Not a movie but fuck you anyways, tons of scenes from the series that had me tearing up
On a side note, how were the later seasons after the whole psych ward thing? I stopped watching after he went to prison, but I know what happens in the end. Worth watching?
i had a fairly churchy upbringing, but this tought me that bad guys can turn it all around and redeem themselves better than any sermon.
>not a movie but
Nigga if we're going into that category I've got all of you beat. No one is immune to this futurama episode. No one. I fucking tear up just thinking about it.
No they replaced her. She was only in the first movie
Also played the daughter in jaws the revenge and the little girl in all dogs go to heaven. You want feels, she was already sea when all dogs go to heaven was released. Horrible.
What about this
Anyone who has ever had a dog, or ever will have a dog. Like a good, I love you no matter what, best fucking friend in the world dog. Simply can not handle this episode. God dammit fuck you for posting this.
Every single fucking time.
Yeah, that was such a great scene. I teared up so hard for Pullo the first and second times I watched it. I tear up in the last episode too, especially during the closing street scene. Such a great show!!!
Same here man how Hector slips on that rock and doesn't seem to fully recover pisses me off big time and i always feel he lost only because of it. I always hope he would win even tho i know the result. The whole scene is super unsatisfying just the way it went down.
The ending of the Redwall animated TV series fucked me up for months when I was a kid. I can't believe that 12 years later I tear up even just listening to the intro.
>fell in love with the charecters even though they were evil monsters
a few more:
>CA: civil war
i felt bad for zemo at the end, definitely marvels best villain
>dear zachary made me cry like a bitch
>others i cant think of right now
This movie always gives me such feels. I like characters like Leon, he has no real reason to be good and help out Matilda but he does and ends up paying the ultimate price. Characters like that always get to me. That's partly why Drive is my favorite. I just want to be able to help someone with no ulterior motive.
i watched the green mile in theatres holy fuck everyone and their mom was sobbing so fucking loud including me only other one was saving private ryan at the end when he says did i earn it oh yeah Armageddon when he takes the son in laws spot so 3 movies that i can think of
Fucking depressing shit. I can relate, which makes it worse.
Held it together the whole movie...
Until Leo slips under at the end. Oh the tears. Of course he'd died of hypothermia long before she peeled his fingers away. Watching him slip into the abyss was symbolic, she lost 2 jewels to the Atlantic.
I felt for both of them. Rey due to her upbringing and Kylo for his conflict.
The girl from inside out. Most depressing fuckin Disney movie iv ever seen.
The ending really made me feel so depressed. The score really makes the whole movie a lot darker and more sad as well.
Interstellar (from beginning to end)
Every movie that deals with either a parent dying or someone making a promise that they can't keep like interstellar and Lion King (when Simba says Mufasa would always be there for him) gets me....every...single...fucking...time
omg the anger I had for that stupid corporal. the 'writer'. he was just waiting in the stairway. while the Jew fought for his life at the tip of a kraut's knife. fuck that was an edge-of-my-seat scene, and I thought the Jew would win. was left in a daze when the knife plunged into his thoracic cavity, and he died.
i got emotional but only because I was finally experiencing a massive global event.
in the old days, people had the beatles or the rolling stones, you know, these HUGE international acts that EVERYONE EVERYWHERE wanted to take part in experiencing. in this modern day and age, we dont and wont have that very much if at all anymore. star wars coming back with TFA was this huge event that everyone fans and non-fans alike wanted to be a part of.
so, i got emotional because of that.
I cried when Caesar was assassinated. I knew it was coming, and I didn't even expect to have such a reaction. For some reason though, when he covered his face, i just couldn't hold it.
Almost every episode of Cops
>Local policeman knows everyone in town and is friendly with them
>Pretty boring daily life. Maybe a small drug bust every other week. Mostly responding to uninteresting shit
>Doesn't bother to arrest people who are clearly being illegal but are having a rough time
>Cops is filming in the policeman's location and he is chosen to be followed
>He knows all his buddies are going to watch his segment
>Responds to "a call" about some prostitution going on
>Catches the prostitute that he sees walking by literally every single day. They even know each other by name
>Policeman gets his moment of glory as he gets to show his buddies his segment on Cops
Never watched Hachi because I saw this mother fucker first and vowed to never watch a dog movie again. Cried like a pussy ass bitch for realz. Felt so fukn beta but could not help it. Just tears. No way I will ever watch any movie about a pet again. Old Yeller is sad as well.
Interstellar was sooo good. Some say it's ight. But i say fuck em. They don't understand about other Dimensions In Time
In Schindler's list when he was talking about how he could have saved more people, I caved in. It was at least a good 5 minutes after the credits where my friends and I were just sitting there silently, no one looking at anyone else. Shit was too much.
This scene....this scene right here
Also the Boy in the Striped Pajamas ending. goddamn.
.....when you know shit won't be the same anymore......
as im watching for like the thirtieth time im like "faster...cmon...fuckin rock.....ooooh almost....cmon....FUCK!!" then i cry. and then i get so pissed seeing paris's fuckin face.
for sure. and when the mermiden dude has to tell Achilles.
This movie. Right here.
When they go back in time to his childhood and spend a day together one last time.
No film has hit my feels harder.
welcome to /b/ where calling someone a faggot can be both endearing or offensive
Hearing about bad things happening, and seeing bad things happen really have two totally different affects on a person. Even though it's just a movie, I couldn't help but feel for them on a level i never imagined. I'm a Muslim too, by the way.
The bad thing is that I watched that in like 2010 and now I have a 3 year old golden. Looks just like that fukn dog. FML. Why is is that pets can get a more emotional response than humans? Do you think it is because you raised them like your own family? Or is it that they can not talk and it is a deeper understanding of feels? My golden is laying here beside me now and I can not imagine not having him here. I dread the day. I find myself often thinking of when he will pass and what it will be like. I am terrified of that day. Like I think I will completely break down as a human and deconstruct emotionally. I did read a little saying once about dogs lives. It was something like why do dogs not live as long as humans and the response is that people need their whole lives to learn how to love others and dogs know how to do it when they are born so they do not need as much time here on Earth. Gives me hope and hits me in the feels everytime. If you have a pet, hug the fuk out of it and let it know they are yours.
You wanna hurt me? Go right ahead if it makes you feel any better. I’m an easy target. Yeah, you’re right, I talk too much. I also listen too much. I could be a cold-hearted cynic like you… but I don’t like to hurt people’s feelings. Well, you think what you want about me; I’m not changing. I like… I like me. My wife likes me. My customers like me. ‘Cause I’m the real article. What you see is what you get.
The Only black life that mattered
First and last time I mourn a negro's dead
Toy story 3
The Straight Story(Actor that played the main character committed suicide a year after the movie was released)
The ending scene for Gallipoli got me. Aww man, it felt like such a waste. Got me good.
cryed through both films
real tear jerkers
beautiful works of are
10 out of ten
100% rotten tomeatetoe
three thumbs up
>that faggot called me a mongoloid. uncalled for.
this made me lol
you're getting pretty worked up due to some random anon
Eat your words and your own shit anon, speaking like the other side were the heros , both sides went full retard but people paid the consequences, in the movie, we watch that side you fucking iletrated moron.
Though seeing the movie brought me tears of joy the ride to the theater was terrible. I was higher than a motherfucker and I was convinced I was going to get into a car crash on the way there. Luckily that didn't happen.
That was a great moment.
The film was bullshit though with the typical "AMERICA FUCK YEAH" theme which was woefully inaccurate in the larger scale of things and as bad as Schindlers List.
I think a deeper understanding of feels. They're so incredibly empathetic and compassionate. The only advice I can impart is enjoy your dog while he/she's here. Like anything, don't take dag for granted you know?
I laugh really hard sometimes now, thinking about my dog and the times we had. And I get teary too. Even with the pain, it was so worth having her as a pal.
>him watching the video of the past 20 years
>in 30 seconds he finds out he has a grandson, his dad died, and merv still hasnt forgivin him
that acting. cried so hard. one of the only films where i cried out of sadness, joy, and shear amazement.
Pokemon the movie The scene were ash comes between mee and new two then gets turned to ston so he oficially had no pulse .his ride or die niqqas tries to save him just hit the feels