-About more than a hundred people come together to vote for these top 5 saddest movies of all time.
-It is an ongoing online poll for the most heartbreaking movies of all time shown.
-Quite a few of these movies are widely renowned and received the highest acclaimed in several prestigious award-giving bodies such as Oscars.
-Whether these are children trapped in crossed fire or a gone too soon love, they all share one thing in common, and that is great sadness.
KAMI come upon with the most tragic and harrowing list of movies of all time from the thetoptens.com website.
Who could forget this notable scene in the movie Titanic?
Or when Jack gave up his life for Rose? We all ended up in tears with this scene.
No one can forget how the poor and the rich were classified in this movie.
How about the little girl in the red coat in the highly acclaimed movie Schindler's list?
These movies definitely gave us something we never expected. Just like what Tom Hanks said in The Forrest Gump as he echoes his mother's advice " Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get."
By the way, this movie is in the 7th spot as the result of the online poll. However, it is undeniably one of the most notable films of all time.
Withal, here are the top 5 extremely sad and gut-wrenching movies of all time.
5. Hachi: A Dog's Tale
We all smiled and cried for this movie. The movie revolves around a college professor who is played by Richard Gere and Hachi, the dog that the professor found on a train platform. This 2009 British-American drama film has touched the hearts of the people with the special kind of bond that they've formed. Hence, the movie reached the box office hit with $46.7.
4. The Boy in the Striped Pajamas
This movie depicts a story of innocence in a world of ignorance where an 8-year old boy, Bruno is massively protected by the reality of the World War II, but who formed a wonderful friendship with a Jewish boy, Shmuel who is held captive in a concentration camp. Bruno finds out the tragic truth of about his father. The story talked about brutality, senseless war, and devastating consequences of war from an unlikely point of view.
3. The Green Mile
This Stephen King's inspired movie tells about the story of a death row supervisor, Paul Edgecomb, played by Tom Hanks who had never encountered someone like John Coffey, played by Michael Clarke Duncan. The latter is a huge black man who was convicted of brutally killing two young sisters. He has the built and the strength to kill anyone, but his demeanor speaks otherwise. This heart-wrenching movie received People's Choice Award for Favorite Movie.
2. Schindler's List
This Academy Award Winner film is a Steven Spielberg's masterpiece. The most moving scene of the movie is the little girl in the red coat. It is one among 4 color images featured in the 3-hr black and white film.
This James Cameron's movie is the 2nd highest grossing movie all throughout the world. This Academy Award and Oscars film depicts the story of the rich and the poor, and the one of a kind love story of Jack and Rose.
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