what is the saddest and most depressing movie you have ever seen

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#1 Posted by salty5674 (927 posts) -

"The Green Mile" is very sad, its about the lives of guards on death row leading up to the execution of a wrongly accused man who has the power of faith healing (IMDB)

#2 Posted by HillyBilly (31446 posts) -

"The Green Mile" is very sad, its about the lives of guards on death row leading up to the execution of a wrongly accused man who has the power of faith healing (IMDB)

salty5674

As soon as I read the title I figured I'd say 'The Green Mile' as well.

#3 Posted by skullkrusher13 (8629 posts) -

John Tucker Must Die.

He didn't die, and just the overall tone the movie is grotesque. High school movies FTL.

#4 Posted by EboyLOL (5358 posts) -
Requiem for a Dream...
#5 Posted by Conanfan1 (8014 posts) -
Dirty Dancing. I wanted to kill myself the whole time I was watching it.
#6 Posted by Lord_Daemon (24346 posts) -

xcv

Xiu Xiu the Sent Down Girl is always the far and away "winner" in this category. It will leave you feeling angry, helpless and hollow.

#7 Posted by Powerhitter0418 (1950 posts) -
We had to watch Sound of Music in music class. I wanted to stab myself. :|
#9 Posted by nightshade85 (5645 posts) -
milo and ottis - it's the only movie that ever made me cry
#10 Posted by fl4tlined (4134 posts) -
birdge to taribithia the only movie to make me actually cry was a kids movie....
#11 Posted by DanBrim1 (1111 posts) -

Old Yeller ...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Yeller_(1957_film)

I dare you to watch and not cry..

#12 Posted by fl4tlined (4134 posts) -

Old Yeller ...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Yeller_(1957_film)

I dare you to watch and not cry..

DanBrim1

i read the book..

#13 Posted by solidsnakeEx3 (26413 posts) -
Million Dollar Baby was the most depressing movie I've seen.
#14 Posted by GameFreak315 (28485 posts) -

Million Dollar Baby was the most depressing movie I've seen.solidsnakeEx3

That's my all time favorite movie. It's really great. :) It is sad, though.

I've seen quite a few movies, but I've never seen one that depressed the hell out of me like this:

I mean, seriously...what a total downer. :(

#15 Posted by YoungGun13 (2581 posts) -

lackawanna blues

passion of the christ

pursuit of happiness

and beileve or not Duma :cry: i loved that movie

#16 Posted by Mumbles527 (7706 posts) -
Life is Beautiful.
#17 Posted by hockey73 (8200 posts) -
Alpha Dog, i was shocked that it was a great movie since it had Justin Timberlake in it, but a very sad movie.
#18 Posted by YoungGun13 (2581 posts) -
and Hero with Jet Li i just hate to see the good guys die :(
#19 Posted by whaaaaaaaaaaaaa (271 posts) -

"The Green Mile" is very sad, its about the lives of guards on death row leading up to the execution of a wrongly accused man who has the power of faith healing (IMDB)

salty5674

thats a good one as well as Shawshank Redemption. Also, i cannot get throught the movie Forest Gump without crying like 4 times

#20 Posted by Scarface_tm431 (10063 posts) -
Requiem for a Dream is a total lulz killer
#21 Posted by Pittfan666 (8534 posts) -
The Weatherman, I seemed to relate to it at the time I watched it cause I recently got dumped.
#22 Posted by 190586385885857957282413308806 (13084 posts) -

Awakenings...

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0099077/

#23 Posted by OblivionGuy07 (7546 posts) -
brian's song was one of the sadder movies ive seen but it was good
#24 Posted by Fidel1923 (217 posts) -
A Better Tomorrow :cry:
#25 Posted by brandon2802 (1773 posts) -

birdge to taribithia the only movie to make me actually cry was a kids movie....fl4tlined

Oh, man that killed me. I had no idea it was that sort of movie.

#26 Posted by nadohawk (133 posts) -
Lorenzo's Oil.
#27 Posted by whaaaaaaaaaaaaa (271 posts) -
Everyone says the Notebook was really sad but i never saw it. can anyone tell me why?
#28 Posted by guynamedbilly (12967 posts) -

Little Children was pretty sad, though I can't remember why.

The movie that depressed me most was Lucky Number Slevin. It was so horrible that I regreted watching it for all the following week.

#29 Posted by AquaMantor (7571 posts) -

I can't believe that no one's mentioned Grave of The Fireflies.

[spoiler] On the part when he burns her body, I don't think I'll ever be able to stop crying...ever. [/spoiler]

#30 Posted by tazzydnc (3874 posts) -
green mile was sad but all you who voted for it need to go see requiem for a dream.  Green mile sorta has a positive uplifting side to it (he gives that jerk brain cancer or whatever and heals people) unlike requiem.
#31 Posted by JJ_1 (911 posts) -

"The Green Mile" is very sad, its about the lives of guards on death row leading up to the execution of a wrongly accused man who has the power of faith healing (IMDB)

salty5674

Agreed.

#32 Posted by cool_baller (12491 posts) -
Lion King.
#33 Posted by munu9 (11109 posts) -
Man on fire was pretty depressing, at least half way through. Though I haven't watched many depressing movies...
#34 Posted by portujoel5 (745 posts) -
Jesus Camp
#35 Posted by Headbanger88 (5023 posts) -

We had to watch Sound of Music in music class. I wanted to stab myself. :|Powerhitter0418

"My Favourite Things" is probably my favorite jazz standard and one of my favorite songs. The Dave Brubeck take on that song is amazing! I do find the actual movie boring though :P

Most depressing movie I've ever seen? Samurai X: Trust and Betrayal. Not technically a movie but it certainly flows like one.

#36 Posted by jt222_us (1858 posts) -
Harlan County, because it's real and not many people know about it's significance on the economy and labor unions.
#37 Posted by fax555241 (4067 posts) -

I am Sam.

#38 Posted by chester706 (3856 posts) -
I didnt cry but I thought War of the Worlds was an extremely hopeless movie. With all of the death and what not.
#39 Posted by azklown (222 posts) -
Romper Stomper.
#40 Posted by Telaphone (648 posts) -
This is the saddest movie I've ever seen: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ei5yJwCXjII
#41 Posted by Headbanger88 (5023 posts) -

A Better Tomorrow :cry:Fidel1923

I shed a tear at the end of that movie, partly because of how sad it was at the end and partly because of how epicly awesome the shootout at the end was. It's funny how I never shed a tear in a movie like "The Notebook" but high adrenaline action movies with much ass kicking sometimes get to me. This one as well as "The Killer". Christ, The Killer was awesome "Mickey Mouse!!!!!".

#42 Posted by lonewolf604 (8538 posts) -
Letters from Iwo Jima
#43 Posted by SuperDefekt (4695 posts) -
'The Elephant Man', but 'The Green Mile' comes in a close second....
#44 Posted by mealex (1564 posts) -

Little Children was pretty sad, though I can't remember why.

The movie that depressed me most was Lucky Number Slevin. It was so horrible that I regreted watching it for all the following week.

guynamedbilly


That movie is awesome. I don't watch sad movies a whole lot, but A Clockwork Orange is kind of depressing.
#45 Posted by JLAudio7 (2729 posts) -

I havent really seen alot of 'sad' movies, but I'll go with John Q

#46 Posted by slicknet (2615 posts) -
dead man walking must be pretty high up there.
#47 Posted by trav_have (5620 posts) -
Where the Red Fern Grows. I cried in that one..and Ladder 49. The Green Mile is great too.
#48 Posted by xtn702 (4203 posts) -
Lion King.cool_baller
I totally agree
#49 Posted by sthadji (4682 posts) -

Requiem for a Dream... EboyLOL

Agreed.

#50 Posted by Sherpico (6805 posts) -
Bi-Centennial Man. "What a tear jerker". :cry: