The Crying Scene: Juliet (Claire Danes) is dead (or, er, 'dead'), prompting Romeo (Leonardo DiCaprio) to have a crying breakdown, take some poison, then get a revived Juliet sobbing, too.
Why It's Unwatchable: If Claire Danes knows how to do anything, it's cry in a ridiculously believable way.
Plus, we've known this moment was coming for the entire film, and even though we're prepared, that doesn't stop it cutting deep.
Danes Says: "Shakespeare had a powerful grasp on human nature. The story is about young love AND it's about a society that is so corrupt, and so chaotic, and so violent that you have a lost generation."