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02/01/2015 07:36:11 PM · #26
"American Beauty"
02/01/2015 08:54:14 PM · #27
The Boy In The Striped Pajamas. Very sad throughout and ending. While I have added it to my list of favorite movies, it is very emotional.

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02/01/2015 09:03:41 PM · #28
Lorenzo's Oil
and
A Cook a Thief, His Wife and Her Lover

The first depressing, the second disturbing and depressing....
02/01/2015 09:05:29 PM · #29
Ben

I know it's about Rats, but the ending will put a lump in anyone's throat.
02/01/2015 09:08:46 PM · #30
The Killing Fields
02/01/2015 09:11:28 PM · #31
Melancholia...though it was pretty to look at at times.
02/01/2015 10:13:17 PM · #32
Biutiful
02/02/2015 12:59:32 AM · #33
Originally posted by ShutterPug:

The Boy In The Stripped Pajamas. Very sad throughout and ending. While I have added it to my list of favorite movies, it is very emotional.


in an ironic twist, you're misspelling of 'striped' made me laugh. unless the movie you're describing was about Michael Jackson :)
02/02/2015 01:58:32 AM · #34
Originally posted by smardaz:

Originally posted by ShutterPug:

The Boy In The Stripped Pajamas. Very sad throughout and ending. While I have added it to my list of favorite movies, it is very emotional.


in an ironic twist, you're misspelling of 'striped' made me laugh. unless the movie you're describing was about Michael Jackson :)


obviously a typo. sorry
02/02/2015 08:56:28 AM · #35
the isn't a more depressing ending than the end of the Mist
02/02/2015 09:00:52 AM · #36
also the beginning of Up. I challenge anyone not to tear up watching that.
02/02/2015 10:23:00 AM · #37
Originally posted by Mike:

the isn't a more depressing ending than the end of the Mist


Ha! I was just getting ready to say the exact same thing, one of the most ****ed up endings to any movie I have ever seen.
02/02/2015 10:29:04 AM · #38
Originally posted by Mike:

also the beginning of Up. I challenge anyone not to tear up watching that.


absolutely!!!
02/02/2015 10:36:42 AM · #39
Hard Candy was disturbing. The story gives you have empathy for the "wrong" person at certain points. He happens to be a photographer. And, it seems, something not so nice. But there is certainly a twist. Pretty unique, dark, and depressing IMHO

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02/02/2015 10:50:03 AM · #40
Originally posted by vawendy:

Originally posted by Mike:

also the beginning of Up. I challenge anyone not to tear up watching that.


absolutely!!!


That's another one that crossed my mind. It's amazing how something with no words and so quick made me want to double up on the prozac
02/02/2015 10:58:43 AM · #41
Is there an opposing thread for "most inspiring" movie?
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