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50 Movies Guaranteed To Make You Ugly Cry

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Forrest Gump

Forrest Gump

When Forrest finds out he has a little baby and immediately asks if he’s smart…*tears*.
—victoriaf4f2309550

Paramount Pictures

Marley & Me

Marley & Me

Marley & Me gets me every time. I pretty much start off the movie crying because I know what’s going to happen. Those poor, poor people don’t know what’s coming!
—kaitlynm4cca39d51

20th Century Fox

Titanic

Titanic

There was room for two on that door.
—allegrachloe4

Paramount Pictures

The Land Before Time

The Land Before Time

When Little Foot’s mom tells him “I’ll be with you even if you can’t see me” it rips my heart out each time.
—nicolegnz1193

Universal Pictures

The Color Purple

The Color Purple

The Color Purple. It’s always the same, two scenes: When Shug sings “God Is Trying To Tell You Something” and the ending when the sisters are finally reunited.
— Vicky Harris via Facebook

Warner Bros. Pictures

Philadelphia

Philadelphia

The end of Philadelphia gets me every time.
—gmunnydiza

TriStar Pictures

Steel Magnolias

Steel Magnolias

Sally Field is an amazing actress and to watch M’Lynn finally breakdown at Shelby’s grave gets me every time.
—ang11

TriStar Pictures

What Dreams May Come

What Dreams May Come

This movie is breathtakingly beautiful both visually and story-wise. I can’t count how many times I’ve seen it but every time I do I cry nearly the whole time. It crushes my heart to pieces, builds it back up, then makes it feel like it’s going to swell and burst out of my chest by the end of the movie. It’s a bit of an emotional roller coaster but just incredibly beautiful.
—kumo

PolyGram Filmed Entertainment

Up

Up

My husband and I had just suffered a pregnancy loss after years of infertility. We decided to take a mental break and went to see Up, thinking it would help us forget about the pain for a bit. Well, I think we can all imagine how well that went. We’re happy to say, though, that our dream of being parents came true not too long ago. Here’s to new adventures!
—mandyb48a9ecf6b

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

My Girl

My Girl

“He can’t see without his glasses” makes me cry every single time!
—alexzaroxannem

Columbia Pictures

Armageddon

Armageddon

Armageddon is so underrated. It’s so captivating and easy to imagine yourself in their situation and feel their emotions when Bruce Willis and the crew are leaving and don’t know if they’ll see their loved ones, or even Earth, ever again.
—jaceyf2

Buena Vista Pictures

Homeward Bound

Homeward Bound

I can’t get past the beginning when the family is leaving their animals at the farm, and the little boy is saying goodbye to his golden retriever and the dog doesn’t understand what’s happening. It kills me.
—sara128

Buena Vista Pictures

Mr. Holland’s Opus

Mr. Holland's Opus

My mom showed me Mr. Holland’s Opus and I rewatch it ever year and still cry every time. There are heartwarming and sad moments, but overall it’s a beautiful movie.
—elenaschaefer12

Buena Vista Pictures

Moulin Rouge!

Moulin Rouge!

The first sentence of the movie tells you Satine is going to die but I always hope for a different outcome every time. The film shows life is short and you should always follow your heart.
—emileec4252f52c7

20th Century Fox

The Green Mile

The Green Mile

The Green Mile. The tears start when John Coffey gets to watch the “flicker show” but I lose my damn mind when they start to put the hood on him and he says he’s scared of the dark. I sob uncontrollably like my mother just died, every single time
—kimberlyw431d55521

Warner Bros.

The Fox and the Hound

The Fox and the Hound

I cry like a bitch through the entire movie. I cry before it even starts just because I know how it ends.
—emmas43c8430e5

Buena Vista Distribution

Inside Out

Inside Out

Inside Out gets me ugly crying every. Single. Time. I had a very similar move like Riley when I was younger, and that wonderful cartoon displays the emotions so accurately. Also, Bing Bong. ‘Nuff said.
—michayla316

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

A Little Princess

A Little Princess

When Sarah lies in the chalk circle in the attic after she’s told her father died in the war and cries out, “Papa?!” over and over — Ugh! — I weep like it’s my Papa.
—eveysears

Warner Bros. Family Entertainment

A Dog’s Purpose

A Dog's Purpose

The dog goes through his lives just to end up with his original owner. It fucked with my emotions.
—carlimc14

Universal Pictures

The Fault In Our Stars

The Fault In Our Stars

The Fault In Our Stars. Always. It’s a little corny but that eulogy at the end always gets me.
—emmaczot

20th Century Fox

Babe

Babe

Babe was a movie that used to make me bawl. It doesn’t anymore, but the last few scenes always got me.
—tweekrwrr

Universal Pictures

Dead Poets Society

Dead Poets Society

I start crying when Neil gets the gun from the drawer and by the time Todd is standing on that desk I’m bawling.
—surinapop

Buena Vista Pictures Distribution

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1

When Dobby dies. 😭😭😭
—rachelbaezrb

Warner Bros. Pictures

Hachiko: A Dog’s Tale

Hachiko: A Dog's Tale

Oh god, Hachiko wrecked me. My little eight-year-old self couldn’t take it. I cried so much I refuse to watch it again.
—twentyonepunks

Stage 6 Films

Life Is Beautiful

Life Is Beautiful

As an Italian Life Is Beautiful is probably the movie we’re most proud of, but the fact that Beningni’s character does everything he can to make his kid smile in such a terrible situation makes me cry every single time.
—twentyonepunks

Miramax Films

The Pursuit of Happyness

The Pursuit of Happyness

I just about lost it when Will Smith’s character started crying.
—leiaph

Columbia Pictures

Tarzan

Tarzan

I can’t get past the opening scene in Tarzan without bawling. Paired with Phil Collins, it’s just instant tears.
—katrinal4aca50dee

Buena Vista Pictures Distribution

Click

Click

Click. Yes, that Adam Sandler movie.
—jayd41dc5829b

Columbia Pictures

The Choice

The Choice

When Travis is kneeling at Gabby’s bedside asking her to come back to him I cried right along with him!
—paulineannkowalik12

Lionsgate

It’s A Wonderful Life

It's A Wonderful Life

The whole movie is incredible, but when Harry gives the toast to George at the end I can’t control the tears.
—ginab430c404bd

RKO Radio Pictures

I Am Legend

I Am Legend

When the god damn dog died in I Am Legend my heart broke into a million pieces and I was SOBBING.
—victorias484ee54e2

Warner Bros. Pictures

Dumbo

Dumbo

“Baby Mine” has me bawling every time I watch it!
—p4db3837e2

RKO Radio Pictures

Bridge to Terabithia

Bridge to Terabithia

This movie was my first ever heartbreak and it still gets me EVERY. SINGLE. TIME.
Why did he go to that stupid art museum?!
—mareng49dd7659a

Buena Vista Pictures Distribution

The Perks of Being a Wallflower

The Perks of Being a Wallflower

When Charlie starts crying towards the end I always cry with him.
—sabinamalik4800

Summit Entertainment

Sophie’s Choice

Sophie's Choice

How has nobody mentioned the most obvious one? Sophie’s Choice, anybody?
—savannah2002rose

Universal Pictures

Moana

Moana

I cry from start to FINISH. Well, all of it except “You’re Welcome” and “Shiny.” Moana’s journey and inner conflict about her destiny is painfully relatable. Also, her grandma’s ghost manta ray fucks. me. UP.
—Ryan Colbert via Facebook

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

Pay It Forward

Pay It Forward

The movie that gets me every time is Pay It Forward. The child was just trying to do the right thing! Agh, I have tears just thinking about the end.
—dralleashley

Warner Bros.

The NeverEnding Story

The NeverEnding Story

When Atreyu is trying to pull Artax from the Swamps of Sadness in The NeverEnding Story? Forget it.
—maxinet40dd5f0b8

Warner Bros.

Stepmom

Stepmom

The movie Stepmom kills me every single time. That scene where Susan Sarandon and Julia Roberts are at the bar and talking about the daughter’s future wedding has me sobbing immediately.
—ryanc48734c538

Columbia Pictures

Beaches

Beaches

When they start playing “Wind Beneath My Wings” I’m toast. I can be channel surfing and turn it on at that exact part, and it gets me every time.
—Michele Buccheri Pelham via Facebook

Buena Vista Pictures

Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close

Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close

The first time I watched Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close I bawled like a baby for a good three hours after it ended!
—varsityme

Warner Bros. Pictures

Rent

Rent

Rent ALWAYS makes me cry. ALWAYS. When Angel dies and Collins sings the reprise of “I’ll Cover You” never fails to make me ugly sob.
—Gina Holden via Facebook

Columbia Pictures

Interstellar

Interstellar

I never thought I’d cry at a Mathew Mcconaughey movie.
—phoenixtree

Paramount Pictures

Toy Story 3

Toy Story 3

First you sob when the toys all hold hands before they almost go into the incinerator. Then just when you’ve wiped away those tears you see Andy saying goodbye to his toys.
—danides

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

Selena

Selena

At the end when they start playing “Dreaming Of You” it’s just instant waterworks.
—maygenh

Warner Bros.

The Wrestler

The Wrestler

The Wrestler is an amazing movie and also the best ugly cry I have ever had.
—sarahgarstka

Fox Searchlight Pictures

My Sister’s Keeper

My Sister's Keeper

My Sister’s Keeper is extremely emotional and relevant to people with loved ones who are suffering or have suffered from cancer. You’re stuck between crying over a girl with cancer, and crying for the girl whose sole purpose of being born was to help save her sister.
—caitlinc4a16d618b

New Line Cinema

The Lion King

The Lion King

When Mufasa gets killed in the stampede and afterward Simba jumps down and Mufasa isn’t moving!
—stefanseslow

Buena Vista Pictures

Million Dollar Baby

Million Dollar Baby

I start ugly crying like 20 minutes before the end because I know what’s coming!
—laureng49

Warner Bros. Pictures

My Dog Skip

My Dog Skip

My Dog Skip was a movie I saw once as a child and vowed to never see again because how it damaged me emotionally.
—seohyuns

Warner Bros.



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