People Are Sharing The Most Heartbreaking Movie Scenes That Left Them Broken Inside
Some of us watch movies to feel better but others (like me) often become attracted to tearjerkers when they just want to have a good cry. But what are some of the saddest movie scenes in the history of cinema?
Twitter is offering a few suggestions after Twitter user @guiltyart asked their followers about the “most upsetting scenes” that they’ve ever seen.
— 🍾 (@guiItyart) June 9, 2019
The responses include some of our faves like The Notebook and A Walk To Remember, along with some movie moments I haven’t thought about in a decade. Thank you for the nightmares.
This has got me all in my feelings.
Here are some of the saddest movie scenes in the history of film:
Scenes in A Star is Born, La La Land, The Fault in Our Stars and The Breakfast Club all stood out.
1. the single tear before the screen goes black.
2. the hopeless and reminiscent looks they give each other.
3. 12 year old me went through a box of kleenex for that scene.
4. the fear of growing up to be like your parents and circumstantial friendship always resonated with me. pic.twitter.com/nzcKu4jBP0
— francesca young (@francescayo3) June 10, 2019
Every scene in The Dead Poets Society pretty much wrecked everyone.
i don’t think ill ever RECOVER FROM WHAT HAPPENED AFTER THIS. IM SOBBING RN AS I THINK ABOUT IT, i’m broken (dead poets society) pic.twitter.com/JgEkxA13Ha
— JIZZIE MAGUIRE💀 (@crumbofcock) June 10, 2019
How DARE My Girl do this to us.
— cinnamontangles (@cinnamontangles) June 10, 2019
The Lion King and The Land Before Time, traumatising children around the globe since the ’90s.
— outro: tear (@wrterinthdark) June 10, 2019
These scenes in Beautiful Boy, Brokeback Mountain, The Green Mile, and Call Me By Your Name are all-time tearjerkers.
i bawled during all of these pic.twitter.com/vMlzllavlE
— leah forbes (@leahhforbes) June 10, 2019
Emma Thompson deserved so much better in Love Actually.
— Cupcake (@CupcakeNPuddin) June 10, 2019
Hadn’t Tom Hanks already been through ENOUGH in Cast Away?!
— Bettina Cecilia (@bcdgonzalez) June 10, 2019
These are some of the most harrowing scenes in the history of cinema.
– chamber scene, the boy with striped pyjamas
– the whipping scene, 12 years a slave
– the frank booth intro scene, blue velvet
– the arm scene, 127 hours
– rock bottom scene, requiem for a dream
– the whole third act of atonement lbr
— Nadine (@futiledeviiices) June 10, 2019
A Walk To Remember owes a lot of money to my psychologist.
— Julie Ouellette (@mrsouellette713) June 10, 2019
Another romantic drama that left us all shook is, of course, The Notebook.
the ending to the notebook gets me EVERY TIME 😔💔 pic.twitter.com/xVhVgEu4Q8
— Kat 👑 (@Svg_kathyy) June 10, 2019
These pivotal scenes in Avengers: Endgame, My Sister’s Keeper and The Fox and The Hound left us all broken inside.
— ✘ (@vickyhocking11) June 10, 2019
WHAT’S IN THE BOX?!
Never look in the box. pic.twitter.com/1kYNhjeN81
— geoff mccleary (@wapgeekboy) June 10, 2019
Don’t even get us started on Harry Potter.
Dumbledore knowing he was going to die and who was going to kill him and not doing anything about it cos it would ruin his long term plan was the most upsetting scene I've ever seen https://t.co/C80hh9HrQc
— Stormborn👑 (@ahnnyjekyll) June 10, 2019
After reliving all these emotional moments I really need a minute.