What movie hit you the hardest, emotionally speaking?

edited September 2019 in Everything Else

For some reason as a child I cried and my heart broke during every emotional scene in children's movies and I would be distressed for weeks afterwards. https://www.applock.ooo/This is one of the movies that I only saw once because I was so pained that they all couldn't be happy together forever- they fucking deserved it, they were pure-hearted animals and human!! Those https://www.7zip.vip/ sorts of stories where things didn't play out completely fair really messed with my young mind, hence I was not allowed to watch the news. https://scrabblewordfinder.vip/



  • 8 year old me was traumatized by the 80s version of Lord of the Flies


    14 year old me was messed up after watching this film https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hell_(1994_film)


    American Psycho is another film that disturbed me profoundly. 

  • Back in 1991 I was talking with a parent of one of my ten year old karate students about the quality of contemporary movies. I mentioned that in 1989, there was a slew of re-releases and celebrations for the 50th anniversary of Gone with the Wind. I then asked the parent what movies are out today that in 50 years they will be celebrated as much. Her son really quickly piped up and said, "I don't know about Gone with the Wind. I've never seen it, but I recently saw a movie that will be just as hugely celebrated in fifty years from now!" I asked him what movie, and he replied...


    His mother and I about died laughing! 

  • Easy Rider.



  • A Monster Calls for me.

  • There's a moment about half-way through the film "What We Did On Our Holiday" that caught me completely off-guard the first time I watched it. Off the top of my head I can't think of any other films that have made me laugh but also made me cry.

  •  When I watched Bridge to Terabithia I thought "this is not so bad, what is everyone talking about? Pretty wholesome overall" and then it happened and I cried like a baby

  • Well, this was 50 years ago but in college the book, and then movie, and then the play, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest totally nailed me.

    Right now we're watching Bloodlines on Netflix, for about the 4th time.  REALLY well written.

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