This fucking destroyed me
Oh god, saw this when it was in theaters when I was 14 with a bunch of friends, just some for fun comedy type thing. Had to hide the tears, wonder if I was the only one.
It's Such a Beautiful Day. Didn't make me cry, but it made me feel in all kinds of ways.
This one made me cry twice.
Hate to be that guy but any site where I can stream? I'd rather not Torr
I like Majid Majidi films, got all kinds of feels from Children of Heaven and The Color of Paradise(God)
That scene where they interviewed the mother got me good
>tfw your waifu dies in a movie
I absolutely hated It's Such a Beautiful Day. As a big fan of existential films i went into this open minded, and all i got was obnoxious nerd-humor, an overly quirky voice-over and cheesy, try hard-existentialism. I cringed my way through its 60 minute runtime, which felt longer than Satantango. What i had witnessed was essentially existential memes. Yikes.
I legit cried at the end of Zoey101 because Chase never got to be Zoey's bf.
>the scene in the car after everyone is gone and he's just alone >that feeling of the journey/road trip being over >the reveal that tom waits' character was an angel all along >that smile they share at the end
cried like babby no shit
Now I am beginning to understand why there are so many betas on this board. This place is full of massive pussies. Shame. I really enjoy film, but discussing anything with people like you is a hopeless task.
sounds like you're repressing a lot of emotions anon. it's quite normal to have an emotional response to a movie/song/whatever.
I'm glad your 1950's culture is dying with republicans
Not really a movie but close enough
Don't remember name since I was like 9 when I first saw it. But it pretty much goes like this
> set in WW or WW2 with rich girl and dad
>dad goes to war, leaves her in a elite all girl school
>dad dies, she is turned into a servant and is treated like shit by the headmistress
>turns out dad is alive right across from where daughter is but is blinded folded since his vision is not good and has amnesia
> girl finds him but doesn't recognize him since his eyes are covered
>eventually recognizes him when his vusion is good but he doesn' remember her
>headmistress lies saying girl is crazy
>when she's been taken away daughter screams/begs for him to remember her
I fucking sobbed in that scene mostly because my dad died.
This and Au Hasard Balthazar have made me sob uncontrollably
Damned end scene from Schindler's List gets me every time
(Still hate Jews tho)
I saw it when I was real young, but this shit right here made me cry my fucking eyes out. Sad animal stories always fucking get me.
Not cry, but I feel like this deserves a mention.
In what way is physically releasing emotion an inferior practice?
The last time i cried was probably Chris Lee's death because he had such an impact on me through art.
This shit fucking destroyed me. I few people I recommended it to after seeing it were like "how the fuck did you get emotional over this it's just pieces of clay?" WHAT the fuck? That's like saying to someone who was affected by a book "how did you get emotional over this it's just a bunch of words?"
Fucking idiots I swear.
same, except I cried right before my gf did, and she went from verge of tears to laughing at me. Good times.
>watching this with my dad
>we don't have a close relationship, don't talk much
>both tear up at that final scene
>credits roll, we start talk about life and growing old
>suddenly I feel okay with the world
any time you bring up this movie people confuse it with that mark whalberg piece of shit
No idea why but towards the end i teared up all the time.
It was showing you that living forever isnt really any better than dying. Dying is horrible and scary to think about but living forever until all time is meaningless and you're just floating around in infinite blackness isnt a better alternative. It fufilled Bill's wish to live forever and showed him and the viewer that its no better than dying and coming to peace with death.
also Children of Men, Watership Down and Limelight are some of the ones I can remember right now.
All the world will be your enemy
Prince with a Thousand Enemies
And whenever they catch you, they will kill you.
But first they must catch you, digger, listener, runner, prince with the swift warning.
Be cunning and full of tricks and your people shall never be destroyed.”
Too many to list tbh lads
From the recent watches: The Lives of Others, Thin Red Line, Good Will Hunting, My Sassy Girl, Wolf Children
Most recently: Millenium Actress. Was not expecting that movie to work well like that for being told with a bit of a weird concept and not really knowing a whole lot about the characters.
>not posting their more depressing counterpart
fucking gran torino.
when he died i felt like i lost him as well because that's what i wished my father would be like. i was just like that asian dude. i wish someone got a job for me and took me to home depot or whatever to get some manly tools
I cry during alot of movies. In fact I would say there are more movies I cry at, then movies I dont. (good movies i mean.) This scene makes me cry without doubt.
I often cry though, not due to the sadness a character is displaying, but simply due to how good a movie is. For instance, the speech given at the battle of pelannor fields (excuse my spelling) in lotr:rotk. The opening battle of saving private ryan, the ending to Akira, so many studio ghibli films (grave of the fire flies especially.) I cry during the moment Morpheus says "he is the one" at the end of the matrix. I cry during Indiana Jones and the last crusade when sean connery says he found "illumination" at the end and they ride into the sunset. Even sitcoms. Frasiers farewell speech on the last episode, The Good Life's last episode when they return home to find its been vandalized, MASH etc..
I cry during videogames too, in particular MGS2's final speech and credits music (as well as MGS3/MGS4), both phenomenal videogames.
I watched Nanking recently. My God, i havnt cried that much in ages.
But the one film which makes me cry more than anything, so much so that i have to drink water constantly throughout from fear of dehydration from crying, is without doubt, Super Baby Geniuses 2
poorly memed, let me show you how its done
>Go into this thinking that it's a romcom
more of a movie about the father and son
Was not expecting those feels but i fucking love this movie
That movie ruined me. I cried like a little girl when they enter his room and fuck with him. He looks so happy and is having fun before those bullies fucked him over. After reading everything written about the guy after it was done, something just changed about me. I haven't talked shit about anyone's looks and I always tell people to think about what they say when they're criticizing someone's looks. It's no ones fault they don't look perfect.
the mother's story in requiem for a dream got me good.
Don't even bring this up.......
When they meet that hunter, feels so fucking bad man.
this is legitimately the moment in my life i realized i had come to terms with death.
Yeah saw the movie, didn't make me cry but it got me in the feels. Really thought it was gonna be a bad movie, ended up really liking it.
My favorite movie. Seen it so many times and I still cry when he is talking to Jenny's grave.
the ending scene, with the dad and son. it was overwhelming. Donald Sutherland played such a sympathetic dad.
this movie deserved to beat Raging Bull tbh, which is ultimately just one of the 20 Scorsese movies where he can't decide whether he wants to suck an asshole male character's dick or laugh at them, and kind of meanders between the two before copping out at the end.
I love youis the kind of thing John Boy would have said.
First time I ever properly cried at a film
Weirdly enough the other time was Groundhog day, which is pretty strange I guess judging from peoples reactions from when I tell them. At the end of the film obv.
I fucking love this movie...
Stupid fucking Shyamaladingdong
A lonely girl from Australia becomes pen pals with a lonely man from Brookyln and start a friendship that spans over twenty years.
It's feelsy as fuck
well my afternoon is fucked now. time to start drinking
>that naive feeling of anything is possible
>that magical soundtrack
Since the 10 years I have to see this movie alone because I cry like a helpless retarded.
all memes aside, this always gets me
Oh, I had forgotten about that one, here's a similar one.
Great movie, it still holds up. I didn't cry but probably came the closest to crying in a long time. approx. 30-35%% on the about-to-cry meter.
this really makes you feel shit about how you may have treated your parents growing up, it brings everything into perspective for me. As a kid my father was always on business trips, I grew up without him there most of the time, and when he was there, I would treat him like shit for leaving me alone, you never really can grasp just how much your parents love you, and how far they're willing to go for you, it's shit like this that makes me want to hug him and say I'm sorry for how I treated him, I don't know many other people who would work as hard as him to provide for a family that never appreciated him as much as he deserved.
>I wonder if it remembers me
He realizes he's gonna die, so he takes solace in imagining a universe were he'll not only continue living, but will actually outlive the universe. That's it.
I always interpreted it as being a play on the whole 'he lived happily ever after' fairytale ending. When most movies end, we kind of assume that the main character goes on living forever, having many other adventures, we don't like to think they died like anyone else, going along with this, the creator decided that to end the movie, he would expand upon this view of movie protagonists, so much so that we see him all but out live the universe itself. It's kind of a mocking reminder of our, and everything around us' mortality.
Cried on the ending. It was so beautiful, happy and naive a just couldn't help myself. I'm very insensitive fuck so I was pretty surprised of myself and so was my family.
"Confirmation for what?! That the tumor is unaffected? She'll be dead by then!"
>That deafened walk through the snowy streets on his way back to the hospital. It's a walk I had to take before.
>barely remember this as a kid
>know the ending from people posting about it
>watch the scene on youtube just to check it out
>see where its going, not that sad
>cry like an idiot
I don't know what it is but that ending is devastating
I'm glad it's finally getting its due here. Affected me like few films do.
I'm an admitted pussy, but off the top of my head, these have done it for me:
Dead Man Walking
The Ice Storm
The Iron Giant
It's a Wonderful Life
To Kill a Mockingbird
And most recently and unexpectedly, Straight out of Compton.
Dear Zachary is the king movie of feels. No other movie in this thread will come close. I saw it once dude.
I can't see it again. So much rage at the situation. Then utter sadness.
You and I both know than any /tv/ person who even attempts to watch this movie will succumb to feels that never knew existed.
Doesn't really make me bawl or anything but
whole scene is just a real emotional high
also when i was a kid my dad would carry me around and i would pretend i was an eagle
Fucked me up when it first aired, still have trouble watching it today.
>tfw no one remembers that Ron Perlman won an Emmy for this role over some of the biggest shows of that decade
I want to help you. I want to help you...
(Paul listens in horror as the dying Frenchman continues to scream)
Stop that! Stop it! Stop it! I can bear the rest of it. I can't listen to that! Why do you take so long dying? You're going to die anyway!
Oh, no. Oh, no. You won't die. Oh, no. You won't die. They're only little wounds. You'll get home. You'll be all right. You'll get home long before I will.
(the Frenchman dies no matter how hard Paul tries to save him.)
You know I can't run away. That's why you accuse me. I tell you, I didn't want to kill you. I tried to keep you alive. If you jumped in here again, I wouldn't do it. You see, when you jumped in here, you were my enemy - and I was afraid of you. But you're just a man like me, and I killed you. Forgive me, comrade. Say that for me. Say you forgive me! Oh, no. You're dead! Only you're better off than I am. You're through. They can't do any more to you now. Oh, God, why did they do this to us? We only wanted to live, you and I. Why should they send us out to fight each other? If we threw away these rifles and these uniforms, you could be my brother just like Kat and Albert. You'll have to forgive me, comrade. I'll do all I can. I'll write to your parents. I'll write to ---
(searches the Frenchman and finds his wallet, discovers a picture of his wife.)
...I'll write to your wife. I'll write to her. I promise she'll not want for anything. And I'll help her and your parents, too. Only forgive me. Forgive me. Forgive me! Forgive me!..
SPOILERS FOR MOON:
That scene in children of men when the baby is born, idk powerful scenes get me man. Also fucking whatever happened to baby jane, shit fucked me up when I was young
Nothing is over! Nothing! You just don't turn it off! It wasn't my war! You asked me, I didn't ask you! And I did what I had to do to win! But somebody wouldn't let us win! And I come back to the world and I see all those maggots at the airport, protesting me, spitting. Calling me baby killer and all kinds of vile crap! Who are they to protest me, huh? Who are they? Unless they've been me and been there and know what the hell they're yelling about!
It was a bad time for everyone, Rambo. It's all in the past now.
For *you*! For me civilian life is nothing! In the field we had a code of honor, you watch my back, I watch yours. Back here there's nothing!
You're the last of an elite group, don't end it like this.
Back there I could fly a gunship, I could drive a tank, I was in charge of million dollar equipment, back here I can't even hold a job *parking cars*!
We were in this bar in Saigon and this kid comes up, this kid carrying a shoe-shine box. And he says "Shine, please, shine!" I said no. He kept askin', yeah, and Joey said "Yeah." And I went to get a couple of beers, and the box was wired, and he opened up the box, fucking blew his body all over the place. And he's laying there, he's fucking screaming. There's pieces of him all over me, just...
[Takes off his bandolier]
like this, and I'm tryin' to pull him off, you know, my friend that's all over me! I've got blood and everything and I'm tryin' to hold him together! I'm puttin'... the guy's fuckin' insides keep coming out! And nobody would help! Nobody would help! He's saying, sayin' "I wanna go home! I wanna go home!" He keeps calling my name! "I wanna go home, Johnny! I wanna drive my Chevy!" I said "With what? I can't find your fuckin' legs! I can't find your legs!"
I like the shit out of this movie. The OST was great as fuck and BDH was so lovable in it. Of course the twist and overall plot was dumb but their relationship was just heartwarming.
> "I wanna go home, Johnny! I wanna drive my Chevy!" I said "With what? I can't find your fuckin' legs! I can't find your legs!"
You're an interesting species. An interesting mix. You're capable of such beautiful dreams, and such horrible nightmares. You feel so lost, so cut off, so alone, only you're not. See, in all our searching, the only thing we've found that makes the emptiness bearable, is each other.
"...Why don't he want me, man?"
>never been close to my dad
>we are as far apart as can be
>he still tries to talk to me
>i can see the dissapointment/sadness in his eyes when we seldom meet
>he's getting old and sick
I wish i was a good son
had a hard time holding back my tears in the theatre
fantastic film overall
>feeling bad for Japs
Fucking psycho murderous bitch
I was pretty sad for the kid to not grow with such a wonderful father and then the fucking bitch kills the kid too
Thanks for triggering anon
Road to Perdition
This scene from Life is Beautiful destroys me every time.
if you liked Requiem you should watch this, is not as hardcore but it gives you feels
"I'm bad, and that's good! I will never be good, and that's not bad!"
"Turns out I don't need a medal to tell me I'm a good guy. Because if that little kid likes me... How bad can I be?"
Don't care if it makes me a fag. The ending of this movie ruins me. Most times I watch it now, I just shut it off after the curtain comes down on Spectacular Spectacular.
>“Tell me I have led a good life.”
>that unconditional sacrifice millions of men across the world made for their countries (Germans and Japanese included, Russians especially)
>that total lack of understanding from his family behind him
This is and the "quite a view" scene get me every time. Contrarians, get fucked. Sure it isn't the best war film, but it has a lot of heart.
Not a moment from any movie or show, but this line, man. It just fucking kills me. I still miss Rik.
That scene was ruined for me when I discovered Schindler had a diamond hidden in his car.
What he did was pretty touching and something I know I wouldn't have the courage to do, but that last scene feels over the top now.
I'd be so fucked if I was in that situation
>tear up super easily
>perfect score on Harvard emotional intelligence test (guessing which emotion someone is feeling from a picture of their eyes only)
>very good social skills despite rarely socializing
>forced to hide my true self from literally everyone for my entire life, which creates mental illness
>will probably die alone
I became jaded earlier than most and see our entire civilization as a joke and a farce, which is what these threads remind me of. People saying they never cry are admitting they are mentally retarded in a very important capacity, but they think it's something to brag about because of our culture validates them. They'd call me a pussy too, but somehow I doubt they'd join me the next time I jump out of an airplane or climb up a cliff face.
This made me tear up tbh just bros backing eachother's shit til the end
Thomas MUST have experienced great loss, and great healing in his life to be able to write this type of emotive and deeply compelling music.... this is more than talent. This is the heart of a man being ripped out and put together again in the form of a musical score,
The guy is no doubt a badass but you have no idea what you're talking about. When survival instincts kick in people are capable of doing things they say they would "100% not do" on a message board the day before. Quit 4chan and start testing your limits you fucking faggot. Stop wasting your life.
Dont worry. Your dad knows that you love him. Trust me, im a dad and with all the shitty things my kids have put me through still give my life for them in a second. Parent/child love is unconditional. Peace
started watching it in my colleges library between classes cause I was bored. Had to fucking power walk out so I didn't cry in front of everyone like a bitch. I'm not sure I could watch that a second time
Can't believe this hasn't been mentioned yet
"Every passing minute is another chance to turn it all around."
Get out there and spend some time with him. I lost my father at 29. It's a void anon. A void that makes you feel like you're falling in your bed when you try to sleep. Losing a parent is sickening.
I want /tv/ to know how proud I am of everyone. We have a feels thread and not a single dirty pepe meme has entered into the fray. People are using the original FEELS guy as he is meant to be used.
Don't put it off anon.
Lost my dad in 09 and my brother a year later, and while I was fine with my dad I wish I would have been closer (ya know more stories and all really took more in), and my brother was a world away. I just cherish that they both were there when I got married.
>can't watch Tron Legacy without sobbing cause of my brother though. (we were so excited to see it)
I didn't have a chance to say goodbye or anything and I was close as fuck with my dad and he got in an accident when I was 9 years old. That's the worst shit man, I could've learned so much from him, so I hate when anons take their dad for granted. You can learn so much from your dad, he created you, even if he's a dickhead learn about him about your past.
the first time i saw this was when i was in middle school and that triggerred some feels. funny story tho, my mom brought up this scene the other day, she said that she caught it on after work last week and she watched this episode and she actually cried. i just didnt know that my mom would ever go in for this stuff, especially given taht she only ever watched old bengali and indian shit.
>>can't watch Tron Legacy without sobbing cause of my brother though. (we were so excited to see it)
That feels. Right there. For me, it was Godzilla 2014. My dad hooked me up with all the original kaiju movies back in the day. It was awesome. So here's a feels story to relate.
>Be me after learning that dad's cancer has returned.
>That hopeless feeling.
>Spend countless hours with dad at hospital savoring every moment his eyes are open.
>Tired and tasting true depression
Just want to say before I go on, this is where tumblr kids make me rage. They've never tasted TRUE depression, just that highschool cis-gender whatever it is BS. Learning your parent will die to disease out of a Cronenberg movie will mess with your head. Back to story.
>Dad tells me to get out and TRY to live life for a bit.
>Go see Godzilla 2014 with GF. Figure it would be mindless action kaiju movie.
>Bryan Cranston (father of protagonist) delivers speech about doing whatever it takes to keep family safe.
>Triggered over 9000
>Lose my shit in the theater and bawl
>Still can't watch Godzilla 2014 without shedding tears at that scene. Love that movie.