24 Devastatingly Emotional Movie Scenes That We're Still Not Over
*Mentally prepares self before clicking on post.*
And clearly I was in the mood to cry because I've rounded up the best and most emotional responses from the thread for you all.
In Up, when they go through that montage of Carl and Ellie in the first 10 minutes.
In Coco, when there are flashbacks of Hector and little Mama singing "Remember Me".
In Futurama, when Fry's dog, Seymour, waits 12 years for him to return.
In It's A Wonderful Life, when George Bailey realises he's broke and clutches his child.
In The Iron Giant, when he flies towards the missile at the end to save everyone.
In To Kill A Mockingbird, when Atticus leaves court and Tom Robinson's family, as well as his supporters, rise to show their respect and admiration.
In A Little Princess, when the dad remembers who she is.
In Mamma Mia!, when they sing "Slipping Through My Fingers".
In The Fault In Our Stars, when Hazel reads out the eulogy that Gus wrote for her.
In Ghost, when Sam and Molly share a tearful goodbye and get closure.
In Titanic, when the ship is sinking and the orchestra sits on the deck, playing "Nearer My God To Thee".
In The Land Before Time, when Littlefoot's mum dies.
In Dumbo, when Mrs Jumbo is locked up for trying to protect her son and pokes her trunk through the bars to touch him.
In The Notebook, when they die peacefully in each other's arms.
In Bridge to Terabithia, when Jess finds out Leslie has died.
In Bambi, when his mother is shot and killed by the hunter.
In The Green Mile, when Mr Jingles, aka the mouse, is killed.
In Pride, when they paid tribute to the National Union of Mineworkers.
In Love Actually, when Emma Thompson's character has that moment of devastating realisation about her husband having a mistress.
In Toy Story 3, where all the toys hold hands just before it looks like they're about to fall into the furnace.
And the ending, where Andy gives Bonnie all his toys.
In The Lion King, when Mufasa is killed by Scar.
In Schindler's List, when Oskar breaks down and is then consoled by the survivors.
In Forrest Gump, where Jenny is asked if her son is smart and she replies by saying, "Yes, he's real smart."
In Inside Out, when Bing Bong tragically sacrifices himself.
In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 and Part 2, where both Dobby and Fred Weasley die.
In About Time, when Bill Nighy's character is nearing the end of his life and chooses to relive one last memory of his son as a young boy on the beach.
In Truly, Madly, Deeply, when Nina breaks down in the therapist's offfice, saying "I miss him, I miss him, I miss him".
And finally, in The Colour Purple, when the sisters are finally reunited at the end.
What other movie scenes always make you cry without fail? Leave them in the comments below!
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