I have had labs most of my life and it was too close to home, the sad bit at the end went on for so long that it was impossible to hold back, was sitting watching it with the wife and kids and don’t think they had seen me cry before!I’ve never watched it as I know I’d be a f#cking mess, any dog dying in films gets me every time.
Watched this once, when I was probably early/mid 20s, and sobbed like a baby. I've not been able to watch it again since.Which movie scene made your tear dam burst, where the lump in your throat got too painful?
This part absolutely crippled me and my dam broke.
The opening credits, with the music and all the images and that.Again not a movie but in Sunderland Till I Die there is an interview with a couple of lads in the Colliery Tavern and one says 'We'll be back' the music comes on and it gets me.
I really want to watch this, but I know I’m going to be in bits.I always found adults crying at movies a bit wierd until I watched "For Sama". Its a bit different with it been a docu film and everything is real but there's a part where two young boys are standing in the hospital when their brother dies and thats it, no one there to comfort them or fairytale ending. Its f***ing heart breaking stuff. I reccomend it to anyone interested in the brutal reality of the middle east.
I’ve heard good things about Soul. Going to try to find time to watch it.Watched Disney / Pixar's SOUL on Saturday and the end had me proper blubbing.
(I did look for a YouTube clip of it but there appears to be one or two different versions online - none of which were the same ending that I saw!)
Fuck id forgotten about that film. Heartbreaking.Still the scene in Jude, the film of Jude the Obscure. You know which scene. The scene
Judes son from his first marriage kills his younger toddler half siblings and then commits suicide by hanging himself
also the 2000 acres of Sky, the Kenny death episode where you think he's been saved but he's actually hallucinating while slowly freezing to death on a beach. By the time he snaps out of the hallucination he's too far gone