1. Pokémon: The First Movie: Mewtwo Strikes Back Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Reddit / Via reddit.com I think when I look back on my childhood, I start to get nostalgic about the first Pokémon movie. It was classic, it was fun, and it was also very depressing. My eyes gained enough experience to learn Water Gun after the scene where Ash turns to stone. Our hero tries to stop the legendary Psychic Pokémon, Mew and Mewtwo, from their epic battle. In the process, he gets turned into a rock and Pikachu runs over to help. To our dismay, he isn't responding and we, the audience, believe this is the end for Pokémon forever. Even Pikachu tries to revive him with electric shock attacks, but nothing. Then, all of the other Pokémon in the room start to stream tears that float to Ash's body after realizing the heroic action he displayed. Ash, from feeling the power of love, comes back to life! All of the sadness is gone and replaced by tears of joy. A moving, powerful moment in Pokémon history. 2. The Lion King Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF GIPHY / Via giphy.com This movie is my all time favorite animated film. But, it makes me want to roll under a rock and let the tears take me over. It's a very intense scene when Mufasa dies and Simba thinks he is to blame because Scar is just evil. What I think really makes that scene hit me hard is the last scene we see with Mufasa and Simba. Simba asks Mufasa if they will always be together and Mufasa responds by telling Simba that he should look to stars for help from the lions who have passed on. It is a great foreshadow and it creates this warm fuzzy feeling that Disney rips out from your soul. 3. Inside Out Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF GIPHY / Via giphy.com Ok. This movie was literally about emotions, so why not have the audience feel all of them as well? Pixar sends us on a rollercoaster as our protagonist, an 11-year old girl named Riley, experiences depression and anxiety as her emotions battle it out in her head. Joy and Sadness are trying to save the day, but Riley is breaking down. Let's not forget Bing Bong, Riley's imaginary friend, who disappears when he helps Joy. Several days after watching this movie, I started to bawl when I heard Bing Bong's song. "Who's your friend that likes to play? Bing Bong, Bing Bong...." 4. Big Hero 6 Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Walt Disney Animation Studios Tumblr / Via disneyanimation.tumblr.com Now, if you haven't seen Big Hero 6 yet. What are you doing with your life? No. Just kidding. It is another really great Disney film that helps exemplify the feelings scale. It follows the story of Hiro, a boy who strives to be a great inventor like his older brother, Tadashi. SPOILER ALERT: Tadashi dies in an accident and Hiro finds his latest invention, Baymax. He is squisy, big, and adorable. Kind of like a walking, helpful marshmallow (Mmmm....) The death isn't the saddest part of the movie. What really hurts is the last scene between Hiro and Baymax where Baymax must give up his life to save the day. And when Hiro looks into Baymax's eyes, he only sees his brother. We don't want him to lose him all over again. I cried so hard, my eyes were red. 5. Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF onlypooh / Via onlypooh.tumblr.com Winnie The Pooh is one of the best Disney characters to bring a smile to everyone's face. He's all rumbly and tumbly. But, in his big movie debut, there is one scene that has been crying ever time I think of it. Pooh is on the search for his best friend, Christopher Robin. And Pooh's friend isn't the only thing that is lost, it's also a part of him. He sings a song called, "Wherever You Are," and stares at the night sky thinking of Christopher Robin calling his name and wishing he finds him. I get choked up every time. In the end, Pooh and the gang find Christopher Robin, and we find ourselves happy once again.