Looking for tear jerker? Grab those tissues and get ready for a good cry
The plot unfolds inside the mind of a girl named Riley. We meet her personified emotions: Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear, and Disgust. As Riley faces life’s difficulties, we watch how her emotions shape and guide her, for better or worse.
Following the events of Avengers: Infinity War, the Avengers left standing team up to reverse what is essentially the end of days. If you haven’t seen Endgame yet, word to the wise: brace yourself for the ending. It’s a punch to the gut.
No matter how old you are, Disney’s surprising directness when it comes to tragedy will likely get to you again and again. Will we ever get over that fateful day Mufasa got trampled while his only son helplessly watched? I highly doubt it.
This well-received romance drama tells the story of two teens who fall in love after meeting in their cancer support group. As one critic from Indie Wire puts it, this melodramatic movie is “unabashed in its efforts to make you well up, but the tears come from a real place.”
A young fawn has his life turned upside down when his mother is killed by a hunter. Feeling alone and afraid, he looks to others in the forest for friendship and answers. But as he grows up, Bambi continues to learn how beauty and tragedy sometimes go hand in hand.
In this imaginative tale, what starts out as a quintessential “happily ever after” gradually becomes a much sadder story. Due to the candy-colored visuals, many said they expected Up to be funnier and lighter, but the film isn’t lacking in laughs or uplifting aspects. It’s just that unexpectedly sad.