#TubeClash02 - The Movie
The entire flashback scene is emotionally intense. In the first movie, Taddl and Manu were depicted as extremely close friends. However, while Manu enjoys the stay in the digital world, Taddl feels more and more uncomfortable and eventually travels back to the real world, leaving his friends, including Manu, who is seriously depressed and eventually becomes the villain. This is intense because in the first movie he was depicted as light hearted and cheerful, and because the characters are based on actual well known German YouTube stars.
A Dog's Purpose
Every time Bailey dies you'll sob. He is ultimately reincarnated each time, but each successive death is still incredibly painful.
Cast Away is a 2000 American epic survival drama film directed and produced by Robert Zemeckis and starring Tom Hanks, Helen Hunt, and Nick Searcy. The film depicts a FedEx employee stranded on an uninhabited island after his plane crashes in the South Pacific and his attempts to survive on the island using remnants of his plane's cargo. After watching this movie, one word will bring you to tears. Wilson.
If you're a Whovian, and like any Doctor (Some of us Whovians hate some of them), you will cry like a baby.
My Dog Dou Dou
Dou Dou gets beaten up several times very harshly and soon dies. Very heartbreaking after all the family has been through
Just, it's just, too much sadness.
Red Dog: True Blue
A boy has to abandon his dog to attend school in Melbourne. Both the dog and boy live however they never meet again because the dog runs away to look for him.
The entire movie deals with HIV, and several of the characters are infected with it, so there are many rather sad scenes. The character of Angel dies, which is especially sad.
In Episode 8 is the main tearjerker at the end. All Episodes can be sad in someway. Bring tissues with you.
When Rocket sacrifices herself for her sister Sweet Pea to live. Later on, protagonist Babydoll does the same. Also, the entire movie is about a group of girls whose lives are full of misery, at least in two of the three plotlines: prostitution, asylums, sexual assault, loss of family, lobotomies, and more. Only the plotline set in the fantasy/science fiction world does not deal with that many serious thematic issues but has the touching scene of Rocket's sacrifice.
The saddest movie you will ever watch. TERRIBLE real footage of dolphins being slaughtered. It will make you hate humans.
The film deals with the aftermath of a hypothetical nuclear war in Britain, and pulls no punches in how much civilization would suffer. Not a fun watch.
The first ten minutes of the film are an emotional rollercoaster that end with a dead wife and a depressed protagonist.
Half the damn movie is tears. It doesn't really give you much of a break once it really gets going.
When there is a dispute between the main characters.