Saddest part in a movie?
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03-05-2013, 07:22 PM
RE: Saddest part in a movie?
Don't judge me Tongue The most powerful warrior in the entire Galaxy lies down for the last time and has his allmighty "Imperial March" reduced to a single harp at 2:00! Sadcryface It's not "the scene"......





.....without that harp. That gawdDAMN FUCKING HARP WeepingWeepingWeepingWeepingWeeping

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03-05-2013, 08:19 PM
RE: Saddest part in a movie?
The Fountain was pretty sad, albeit in a totally fucking awesome sorta way.




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04-05-2013, 03:10 AM
RE: Saddest part in a movie?




this scene will not make any sense for those who haven't seen this movie. Therefore, SEE IT. NOW. And yes, Ennio Morricone composed this movies theme.

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04-05-2013, 12:31 PM
RE: Saddest part in a movie?
The one movie I watch when I want to drink and be bummed out is The Remains of the Day...man, that one kicks my ass every time.

Seven is kind of a downer as well.

The "communication" scene in The Sixth Sense is sad, but in a hopeful way - always like seeing it, as the actors do a great job.

Where the Red Fern Grows is a big tear-jerker if you're a dog lover, the book moreso than the movie.

The Sessions has a bittersweet ending too.

(500) Days of Summer is a bummerfest with a hopeful ending.

Clerks was originally supposed to end with Dante getting shot & killed by a robber - glad Kevin Smith didn't go that route...
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