I am not going to pretend otherwise, every time I saw this movie I cried so hard and I saw this movie in the theater like 4 times. Why did he have to die? Why??
4. Steel Magnolias
Every single time I watch it I hope she doesn’t die. When the husband comes home to find his young son screaming at the top of his lungs it just kills me.
I was young when I first saw this movie, probably 10 or younger. I think the fact that Roy was such a strong and beautiful person was so heartbreaking to see everything he went through. His mom, while not perfect by any means, love him so deeply and would do anything for him. This was the first movie that ever really made me cry, I still cry really really hard when I watch it.
2. And The Band Played On
This was an HBO original from a while back and it pretty much details what happened when the AIDS virus came out. It was heartbreaking to see that maybe something could have been done if people paid attention.
1. Schindler’s List
I didn’t start crying during this movie until the end when the song is playing and they are putting the stones on his grave. I remember singing this song in private school and it struck a cord. I just couldn’t believe what they went through…just couldn’t comprehend the pain and humiliation.