People On Twitter Are Sharing Which Specific Movie Scenes Absolutely Broke Their Hearts, And It's Just All So Crushing

    Warning: read only if you're ready to get hurt by Pixar all over again.

    Earlier this week, Twitter user @guiltyart asked movie lovers to share the saddest and most devastating scenes they've ever seen, and hooooo boy, the results are going to tear. you. up:

    #FilmTwitter What are the most upsetting scenes that you have ever seen? Here are the four that broke my heart in two.

    @guiltyart / Via Twitter: @guiItyart

    1. There were the obvious contenders of course: A Star Is Born, La La Land, The Fault in Our Stars, and The Breakfast Club:

    @guiItyart 1. the single tear before the screen goes black. 2. the hopeless and reminiscent looks they give each other. 3. 12 year old me went through a box of kleenex for that scene. 4. the fear of growing up to be like your parents and circumstantial friendship always resonated with me.

    2. As well as animated faves, like Lion King and The Land Before Time:

    I'm goin to be that person

    3. THAT horse scene from The Neverending Story:


    4. And these poignant moments from A Ghost Story and Papillon:

    @guiItyart these hit differently

    5. Since we're talking about film, Dead Poets Society inevitably came up...

    @guiItyart i donโ€™t think ill ever RECOVER FROM WHAT HAPPENED AFTER THIS. IM SOBBING RN AS I THINK ABOUT IT, iโ€™m broken (dead poets society)

    6. And so did The Color Purple:

    7. We got not one, but TWO Timothรฉe Chalamet movies by way of Beautiful Boy and Call Me By Your Name...

    @guiItyart i bawled during all of these

    We'll discuss Brokeback Mountain in a hot sec, but that Green Mile scene cannot be overlooked!!

    8. By the time someone brought up THIS scene, I was basically melting down:

    @guiItyart Iโ€™ve honestly just cried finding the gif for this. Oh my god ๐Ÿ˜ญ

    9. And even though we are six months out from Christmas, how could you NOT feel this Emma Thompson moment in Love Actually deep in your bones, 365 days of the year?

    10. What do Avengers: Endgame, Beaches, and The Fox and the Hound all have in common? Um, they'll freakin WRECK you:

    @guiItyart I cry at literally anything, but I think these are my top 3 #FilmTwitter

    11. Some of the best love stories also made an appearance, like Up, Remember Me, The Notebook, and The Great Gatsby...

    @guiItyart ๐Ÿฅบ๐Ÿฅบ๐Ÿฅบ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ’”

    12. As well as Interstellar, Almost Famous, and Closer:

    @guiItyart these literally BROKE ME

    13. And these based-on-a-true-story picks, like End of Watch, Fruitvale Station, MILK, and Lion:

    @guiItyart every single one of these are based off real stories.

    14. Cast Away, duh:

    15. Marley & Me, double duh:

    @guiItyart Have only been able to watch this movie once in my life

    16. Basically anything Pixar made, but especially Toy Story 3 and...

    @thaoriginalboo @guiItyart I cry like a baby whenever I hear ๐ŸŽถ You Got a Friend in Me. ๐ŸŽถ

    17. Inside Out. Admit it, you KNEW this one was coming and dreaded it:

    @guiItyart and this.... #FilmTwitter

    18. The end of Forrest Gump:

    @guiItyart This scene from Forest Gump always gets me

    19. Also, the end of Selena:

    @guiItyart The ending of Selena also shatters my heart every time ๐Ÿ˜ข

    20. Plus: A Patch of Blue, Malcolm X, Boyz n the Hood, and Platoon:

    21. **THIS** SCENE FROM MY GIRL!!!!!!

    @JennyJohnsonHi5 @guiItyart @NeverendingTami

    22. And this one from Blade Runner:


    24. And ugh, this one, because Pixar just killed us good, man:

    @guiItyart gets me SOBBING everytime

    25. And finally, the end scene of all end scenes:

    @guiItyart the ending to the notebook gets me EVERY TIME ๐Ÿ˜”๐Ÿ’”

    You knew it was coming.

    You can find more responses and check out the whole Twitter ~Moment~ here!!