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What's the saddest film you've ever seen?
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(10-08-2011, 06:46 AM)Badjedidude Wrote: The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford. Maybe not the saddest that I've seen, but it's the one I've seen most recently that I found to be sad. Just... tragic, the whole thing.

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I'm probably the only guy who teared up for this movie. Gods and Generals. There's nothing glorious or redeeming about Americans killing Americans on such a mass scale. Just tragic and sad as fuck. Gettysburg is the same.

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Both great movies, I absolutely love Gods and Generals!
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(10-09-2011, 07:30 AM)condemnedsoul666 Wrote:
(10-09-2011, 07:11 AM)Rayri Wrote: Grave of The Fireflies. The first movie that made a tear escape my eye. Ever. I broke down at the end.

the Studio Ghibli movie?


Yes, the Studio Ghibli movie. It was very heartbreaking.
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Peter Lorre Wrote:Both great movies, I absolutely love Gods and Generals!

Yup! Smile It's got a style and dignity not found in a lot of modern movies. I find it sad because it really shows that even the "bad" side, the Confederates, were really just Americans fighting what they believed was an injustice. It's hard not to sympathize with one's enemy when the enemy is your own people.

That's why it's sad to me, anyway. Ugh. Civil War was just tragic, tragic, tragic.
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"The Elephant Man".
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#25
"Firestarter"

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John Woo's 'The Killer', one my all-time favourite tragic endings, too.
Grave of the Fireflies.
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Revenge of the Sith almost made me cry.
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#30
Ang Lee's "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" has one of the most beautiful and sad endings ever.

The most depressing movie would be "Fargo" by the Coen Brothers.
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