50 Unwatchable Movie Crying Scenes

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    • HughFran

      Jan 16th 2014, 10:02

      Artax dying in TNES had me balling my eyes out as a kid. If I watched it back now, I'd probably get emotional all over again lol

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    • ericwillard

      Jan 16th 2014, 12:49

      If you've ever lost someone to cancer, the Magnolia scene will tear you up. Not because of Tom Cruise. He did ok with his "hateful" crying but Phillip Seymour Hoffman's "caring" cry scene was harder to watch.

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    • alexandretelles

      Jan 16th 2014, 12:50

      You can't forget about the crying scene of the kid on City of God, by Fernando Meireles: youtu.be/V26Pogm8ktk

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    • dojj singh

      Jan 16th 2014, 14:09

      i'm glad the mist made no1 spot, but when no daniel crying over a dead optimus?

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    • apo1978

      Jan 16th 2014, 14:09

      Sacrilige! Ok, so Rocky III may be a cheesy film but, come on! It's Mick dying! And Rocky's childlike innocence is all part of the charm. I'm welling up now :( MMMMIIIICCCCCKKKKK!

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    • BobbyTwoTimes

      Jan 16th 2014, 16:47

      Good list. The Champ should definitely be number one though. The is the most ridiculously upsetting scene of all time!

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    • Lagedor

      Jan 16th 2014, 18:34

      Big Fish's ending is tough to act masculine during

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    • Lagedor

      Jan 16th 2014, 19:05

      @ bHebb its kinda creepy how much you know about your friends mother

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    • chrismacgibbon

      Jan 16th 2014, 23:51

      How in the world is Marley and Me not on this list? The scene where Jennifer Aniston says good bye to Marley, she's crying, the kids are crying, the dad eventually is crying - and so was the entire audience I saw with in a packed theater. I've yet to watch this movie at all and not shed a tear towards the end, even when you know what's coming.

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    • Hadouken76

      Jan 17th 2014, 11:27

      Spooky Gibson mentioning his'dark nightl' coinciding with Ledgers on-screen death.

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    • bryanlomax

      Jan 17th 2014, 15:23

      I'm glad Ewan McGregor was on there for The Impossible. I wasn't all that fussed about the film overall but I thought he gave maybe his best performance in that moment. For me it was the most memorable scene in the film.

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    • FBYBrown

      Jan 17th 2014, 19:57

      Requiem for A Dream is on my list of the most INCREDIBLY DEPRESSING FILMS EVER THAT I CAN'T WATCH AGAIN. Watching it UNRATED was even worse. Love the film's message (Just Say NO!), but it's still not an easy ride to take through the movie.

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    • Irons

      Jan 18th 2014, 14:44

      Anytime Gibson cries (recently also in Edge of Darkness), he turns me into an emotional wreck And I'm sorry but Stallone's performance at the end of First Blood is phenomenal. One thing you seem to forget is that human beings shaken with sorrow and rage rarely manage to put out clear articulate sentences.

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