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Saddest Movies Ever.

QATFYG:
So I am just curious what people think,
What are the saddest movies of all time?
Let me know, so I can avoid them. I prefer smiles :)

This is the official list from Yahoo answers.

The Notebook
A Walk To Remember
Life is Beautiful
Ghost
What Dreams May Come
Romeo + Juliet
Schindler's List
The Green Mile
Fried Green Tomatoes
Steel Magnolias
Boys Don't Cry
The Color Purple
Hotel Rwanda

I cannot believe that these are the saddest movies of all time. Of course Schindler's List has to be on there, but is there a tear jerker out there that is not on this list?

Comments

  1. MILLION DOLLAR BABY

    seriously!

    also I know someone that laughed at Boys Don't Cry AND every time I think of Schinder's List I think of Seinfeld!

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  2. terms of endearment. but lot of laughs also.

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  3. I always cry at the stupid movie with the little stuttering girl and the talking parrot...Paulie?? PMS, fuck youuuuu

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  4. Okay, but is the Notebook really that sad. I thought the ending was kind of uplifting.

    @britts Seinfeld + Schindler's List = chuckles.

    @mmorbo I have not seen Paulie, but I need to now.

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  5. when I went to see Paulie, the girl with down's syndrome cuddled me. I didn't know what to do so I didn't move!

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  6. @C Raw
    I also haven't seen bright star :P much to see.

    But other sad movies, the list should have
    "The Elephant Man" and possibly "Mask."

    And I haven't seen "Sophie's Choice," but I hear it's rather saddening.

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  7. I JUST CRIED AT FIELD OF DREAMS
    THAT TOO

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