Sometimes life throws so many lemons your way, all you can do is sit and cry. When these moments hit you, don’t be afraid to let the tears fall. In fact, you may just need a little nudge in order to open up the damn. Here are some movies you can always count on to help you have a good, ugly cry.
Although it may seem like a movie you already know the ending to, there’s something about the Titanic that will call you to watch it over and over again. Watching the entire movie, knowing what’s coming…make sure you have the tissue box close by.
It may be considered a child’s movie, but Bambi can make even the most grown-up man cry. Watching a child lose their parents and making them live seemingly on their own will rip the heart of anyone.
The Notebook is filled with steamy romance and shattering heartbreak. This movie tells the story of a never-ending love that fights to the end to survive, causing the watcher to think about his own life.
You won’t be able to make it through the first ten minutes of the movie Up without sobbing. While the rest of the movie will begin to cheer you, you’ll never forget what happened at the beginning.
Whether you watch it on a big screen or a rugged laptop, make sure you’re ready for a good cry when you put on A Walk to Remember. Every time it looks like the road may get a little bit smoother in this movie, it's got a few more turns to take.
A Star Is Born is one of those movies that will give you hope before ripping your heart out. For a moment it looks like all is well, yet in one moment everything will change. You definitely won’t be expecting this ending.
Watching history unfold in the musical Les Misérables can’t help but be cried over. What happened is nothing short of misery, which only helps the tears fall faster.
Saving Private Ryan tells of one family’s tragedies yet leaves room for them to have a little bit of hope. That hope will come at the expense of others though. The fact that this movie could hit home with so many war-torn families only causes one to cry a little more.
Nature has a funny way of existing sometimes, and The Fox and the Hound will make you cry about it. An honest friendship that’s forced to turn into a hated enemy will hit hard every time you watch it.
Christmas is a time filled with joy and happiness, yet when you watch The Christmas Shoes, you’ll never look at a pair of odd-looking shoes the same again. Your eyes won’t be able to help but water, when those shoes are danced in one last time.
It may never be proven whether or not the Gladiator is based on a true story or not, but the fact that things like this movie did happen in the past can cause one to sit down and lose it. Bad things happen to good people, but you’ll find that good people don’t always stay silent about those things.
While the story of Peter Pan is commonly known around the world, not many know what it was that caused the tale to come to be. Finding Neverland takes you on a journey that will help you understand why Peter Pan was born and what made him decide to never grow up.
The shocking ride that The Last of the Mohicans will take you on is comparable to none. You’ll have to be made of steel if you want to make it to the end without shedding at least a few tears along the way.
One of the most recent Broadway plays to hit the movie world was Hamilton. Although it may be named one of the greatest musicals ever made, one can’t help but cry when they watch Hamilton himself die at the end.
Sometimes all you can do is cry. If you’re struggling to do so though, consider pressing play on one of these movies.
Publish Date: February 23, 2021 4:37 AM