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    Depressing Movies

    Hey guys I'm on a bit of a downer at the minute and really would love to see a depressing, sad movie but I also like captivating ones some of my favourite sad movies are White Oleander, Requiem For A Dream, Mysterious Skin does anyone no any more. PLEASE

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    Schindler's list Joy Luck Club are the ones that first came to mind.

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    Thanks babe anymore

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    The Pianist...so sad.

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    Oh yeah Wit with Emma Thompson, I think will do it for you.

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    Whose Life Is It Anyway!......... an oldie, but it will wrench out your heart..... with Richard Dreyfuss who wants to exercise his right to die with dignity!

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    Requiem for a Dream was the most depressing movie ive ever seen. very well made, but brutal.

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    Re: Depressing Movies

    House of Sand and Fog (one of my absolute favorite films)
    Requiem For A Dream (Ellen Burstyn breaks my heart)
    Schindlers List (a numbing experience)
    Amistad (the slave ship sequence is horrifying)
    Kids (we know he has AIDs, but he doesn't, and neiter do all the young girls he sleeps with)
    The Killing Fields (watching this you see the evil that man is capable of)
    Mommie Dearest (if you look past all the hilarious camp, you'll find a very disturbing story)
    The Hours (Julianne Moore's storyline is very depressing and sad)

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    Steel Magnolias

    It's sad, happy, funny... got it all.


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    OH! I forgot one.


    All That Jazz


    Another one of my favorite movies.

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    Hotel Rwanda. It ends well enough, but the hours between are torture.

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    SCHINDLER'S LIST......

    It could even make Satan cry....

    Ok, maybe not, but still....definitely will move you in many ways.

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    STEPMOM with Julia Roberts & Susan Sarandon. In particular the Christmas scene towards the end when the little boy is talking to Susan's character then he goes over to her, hugs her really tight and starts crying. He tells her he doesn't want her to go and how he's gonna miss his mommy. I was a royal mess; sobbing my eyes out!!!
    Also if you don't mind chick flicks definitely see A Walk To Remember. Towards the end of the movie I believe I cried 4 separate times in the span of about 20 minutes!!

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    Million dollar baby if u dont cry with this ure dead inside !!!!!! , in the bedroom, the hours, requiem for a dream, boys dont cry , The Pianist, gone with the wind , moulin rouge , maybe Armageddon, Monster, titanic....

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    One True Thing....not only a sad movie, but a great one!
    Those who dream by night, in the dusty recesses of their minds wake in the day to find that all was vanity; but the dreamers of the day are the dangerous men, for they may act their dream with open eyes, and make it possible..

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    Thanks guys ihave bought some of those movies u recommended, i have some already as well u no any more lol

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    Simon Birch... it was cute... 'til the end when I was bawling like a baby that had just been punched.

    Terms of Endearment... omg, I cried so hard.

    The Good Girl, that movie made me depressed for 2 days after.

    And as several people said... a Requiem For A Dream is so depressing.

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    My Life Without Me...

    Sarah Polley plays a young mother of two who comes down with an illness and is going to die, but she hides it from her family. Then she does stuff like record birthday tapes for her kids for the next decade. Also she has an affair. It's such a sad movie.

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    Depressing movies are my specialty!

    Well, as mentioned above, Requiem For A Dream (Jared Leto is so hot!)

    Besides that:

    "Better Luck Tomorrow"
    "The Chumscrubber"
    "Memoirs of a Geisha"
    "Donnie Darko"

    That's all I can think of off the top of my head.

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    I think I posted this on another thread awhile back, but the most depressing movie of all time has to be All Dogs Go To Heaven.

    I mean, what sick fuck decided to make a childrens cartoon about two stray dogs that live in a junkyard with an orphaned little girl who has leukemia? Oh yeah, and they also go on acid trips!

    That is a singularly fucked-up movie, if you ask me.

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    I remenber, right now, 3 movies make me cry, in chronological order:

    My life as a dog
    Empire of the sun
    Brokeback Mountain

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    Return To Paradise

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    "American Splendor" about the graphic novel's author. His life is so bad that it makes you happy for what you have, don't know if that is what you want but check it out.

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    Narnia The Lion The Witch and the Wardrobe

    OK, so it's not ment to be a sad movie, but I nearly cryed at the end of it as they destroyed a perfectly wonderful story!

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    I would say Donnie Darko, although I didn't really know how to take it. I really wanted to see the film because I thought it would be a movie I would really like and by the end I just wanted to put black curtains over the mirrors and curl up on the floor. It has a very ordinary setting yet the characters seem detached and slightly melancholy.

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    A home at the End of the World. Depressing and beautiful.
    Bend me, break me, anyway you need me
    as long as I want you baby, it's alright.


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    Quote Originally Posted by evilest View Post
    A home at the End of the World. Depressing and beautiful.
    The movie was kinda blah....The book was WAY better! Trust me-read the book!

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    American Beauty -- everyone was miserable.

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    Eraserhead

    Bent starring Clive Owen


    and as previously mentioned - Schindlers List

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    How about irreversible?

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    First, let me say that the first three times I saw "Return of the King", I started crying about ten or fifteen minutes (conservative estimate) before the end of the movie, and walked out into the lobby struggling not to cry in front of everyone. Not to say that I'd be embarrassed, but I just don't think that many other people woould really get it.

    That said, I am more than likely the only person in the world who cried at "Armageddon". I mean, that one even eludes me, sort of! Was it really that well done? (No.) Was it really that well acted? (No) But somehow, I just fell to pieces when the Liv Tyler character had to say goodbye to the Bruce Willis character. I was a wreck. Pure and simple; a wreck. Wow, I'm fucked up!

    Two other depressing-ass movies are "The Safety of Objects" and "Whale Rider". Yes, I am an indie movie type. Oh, and "American History X". Shit, that was a downer! Amazing and wonderful and powerful and all that jazz (yes, I actually do say that in everyday life), but still, sad as hell!

    "Fahrenheit 9/11": incredibly depressing, but for a different set of reasons altogether. That one's just like: "Oh my GOD! Not us! Not us! We're America! dot dot dot . . . " However, I digress. If I want to complain about my native land, well, there's a forum for that somewhere else; right now, we're talking about depression and how it relates to being a total downer.

    Wow. That was weird. Right as I typed "downer", the song I'm listening to got to a lyric involving "down". I know, it's not like the song was written for people writing replies to this post to listen to, but hey, what are the odds?

    Anyways, I lost the scanners the moment I added a paragraph break, and at this point, I've probably lost even the people who try to read every post in its' entirity. So, without any further ado of any shape or form whatsoever at all, I bid you, "Adieu!"

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    If you count documentaries THE BRIDGE (about why people choose San Fran's GG Bridge to commit suicide)

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    Alien 3:
    This film is a complete recipe on the subject of everything depressing.

    The story is a complete nose dive from the previous film.
    The sets are dark, dirty and look so devoid of warmth.
    The acting is sometimes overdone but overall most of the actors convey the feeling of hopelessness, especially Weaver.
    The music is also a character in and of itself, one of my favourite soundtracks. Its beautifully depressing and it really helped me appreciate the film more than I used to.

    Grave of The Fireflies: (an animated film from Japan)
    The animation is beautiful and the story is very depressing.
    The voice acting is hit and miss sometimes but that does not diminish the story.

    Cocoon 1 & 2:

    If you aren't crying by the time you get to the scene with Bernie and Rose at the pool, you have one stone heart.
    Additionally, in part 2 if you aren't crying by the time you get to hospital room scene with Jessica Tandy and Hume Cronyn, :-D

    What Dreams May Come:
    The scene where Chris discovers his son and daughter again. I felt the film could have been darker but it cheated.

    Thelma & Louise:
    The performance from the two leads is amazing. The cinematography is beautiful and the supporting cast, wonderful.
    The ending is also very depressing... it lingers with you.

    The Grey Zone: If you watch Schindler's List, then check this one out too.
    Who knew David Arquette could be so serious in a role.
    Some other actors in it are Mira Sorvino and Harvey Keitel.

    A Love To Hide: This film may destroy you!
    It's a french film with subtitles but so worth it if you are running with the WWII/holocaust theme above.

    Honorable Mentions:
    Casualties of War
    Platoon
    The Impossible
    The Lottery
    Forest Gump

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    Hands down, the single most depressing film I have ever seen is Dancer in the Dark. Supposedly, the experience was so intense for Bjork (who is brilliant in it) that she swore she would never act again.

    For all sad words of tongue and pen,
    The saddest are these, 'It might have been.'


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    Oh and The Reader wasn't a bundle of laughs either!

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    Quote Originally Posted by spooky View Post
    Alien 3: This film is a complete recipe on the subject of everything depressing.

    The story is a complete nose dive from the previous film.
    The sets are dark, dirty and look so devoid of warmth.
    The acting is sometimes overdone but overall most of the actors convey the feeling of hopelessness, especially Weaver.
    The music is also a character in and of itself, one of my favourite soundtracks. Its beautifully depressing and it really helped me appreciate the film more than I used to.
    It's depressing alright, and for the reasons you mention, but ultimately, I find, just because it's a bad film. I can't find any beauty in it. Show me.

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    It's my party 1996 Eric Roberts

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    Woah .. what a bump.

    Anyway:

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    yossi and jagger (but it's also beautiful)

    others:
    mysterious skin
    irreversible
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    Some sad depressing fare listed here.
    Bent was mentioned, that was awful depressing.
    Streamers, the Vietnam war era play in the barracks with its RACIAL and Gay story line is no cheery piece.
    My number 1 is a end of the world doomer. Viggo Mortensen "The Road". No smiles or clapping in the silent filled theater when the lights came on after a viewing of this. No end of the world flick is as grim and black as this piece of sludge, it is worth a view and well done. Guy Pearce is in this flick too. He likes grim roles.
    Not talking about Priscilla Queen of the desert either. Amongst his darker works other than the Road you have "The Proposition", "Ravenous" "Hurt Locker", "Memento", & "A Slipping Down Life"
    oh, yeah
    Human Centipede is just depressingly gross.....
    Last edited by vulgar_newcomer; September 4th, 2013 at 06:19 PM.

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    If you don't mind foreign movies, I was introduced to this sad foreign, gay-themed movie recently (if you search for the movie on YouTube, there are subtitles):


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    Revolutionary Road is no barrel of laughs either.

    For all sad words of tongue and pen,
    The saddest are these, 'It might have been.'


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