*The Tearjerker List*

  1. SexiVixxEN
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These are great movies but the saddest I have seen.

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Schindler's List 1993,  R)
I Am Sam 2001,  PG-13)
Armageddon 1998,  PG-13)
Saving Private Ryan 1998,  R)
The Notebook 2004,  PG-13)
City of Angels 1998,  PG-13)
City of Angels
One of my ALL time favs!!Amazing
The Pursuit of Happyness 2006,  PG-13)
The Pursuit of Happyness
OUTSTANDING!! Will Smith gives a Stellar performance,this movie does NOT disappoint.Most people would not have half the tenacity and preservation that Chris Gardner has.Be ready to cry this is a true story of integrity,humility, and faith and a man with an unshakeable love for his son,who would stop at nothing until he made his dreams come true.5 Stars all the way!!
Ladder 49 2004,  PG-13)
Sweet November 2001,  PG-13)
Steel Magnolias 1989,  PG)
Life Is Beautiful (La Vita bella) 1997,  PG-13)
Legends of the Fall 1994,  R)
John Q 2002,  PG-13)
John Q
One of the best movies I have ever seen!
Titanic 1997,  PG-13)
The Lion King 2011,  G)
The Green Mile 1999,  R)
The Green Mile
Excellent !!!!!
Pay It Forward 2000,  PG-13)
Million Dollar Baby 2004,  PG-13)
The Passion of the Christ 2004,  R)
The Passion of the Christ
This is a don't miss for everyone!!
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest 1975,  R)
Old Yeller 1957,  G)
Finding Neverland 2004,  PG)
Cold Mountain 2003,  R)
Leaving Las Vegas 1995,  R)
My Life 1993,  PG-13)
Forrest Gump 1994,  PG-13)
Hotel Rwanda 2004,  PG-13)
Mask 1985,  PG-13)
Untamed Heart 1993,  PG-13)
Jason's Lyric 1994,  R)
Taps 1981,  PG)
The Cider House Rules 1999,  PG-13)
Thelma & Louise 1991,  R)
Powder 1995,  PG-13)
Reign Over Me 2007,  R)
Reign Over Me

I knew very little about this movie going into it,which was good,no prejudgements,or hearing "It's so Great" or It's complete crap" on either side,So I was wide open for this one.I was not expecting such a fantastic movie.First of all the versatility with Adam Sandler's charaters is very refreshin,in my opinion this is an Oscar worthy performance from him.Great cast very well rounded and balenced for the sensitivity of this movie.,I love everything that Don Cheadle ever stars in,he never disappoints,Don't worry this is not a chick flick by any means,the content and storyline is very deep.I don't want to ruin it for those who haven't seen it but I can only imagine that anyone is his situation would have closed off this way as a self protection,A person can only handle so mauch pain and grief at once.Agin all my credit to Adam on this one,he put his heart and soul into this character and won me over.Excellent,When you all are in the mood for a great Drama this is the next one you want to see.=)
The Elephant Man 1980,  PG)
The Elephant Man
An Unforgettable film
Ghost 1990,  R)
Gush,Gush,one of my favs!
Field of Dreams 1989,  PG)
Field of Dreams
The Crow 1994,  R)
E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial 1982,  PG)
It's a Wonderful Life 1946,  PG)
Bambi 1942,  G)
Terms of Endearment 1983,  PG)
Terms of Endearment
Sophie's Choice 1982,  R)
Sophie's Choice
We Are Marshall 2006,  PG)
We Are Marshall
First of all I want to say Hands down this is the best Football movie I have ever seen.I think we need more stars than 5 cause I dam sure wanted to rate this higher.Friends listen to me,Make this movie a top priority.A true story of a school that lost its team,and a town that lost their hope until one day 1 man stepped up to a brutal challenge of trying to change that town.Matthew McConaughey delivers a Stellar performance as coach Jack Lengyel,he moved his family into the town in the middle of the worst pain and devastation they had ever known,and proved to them as long as you dream,and never give up you can change a team and a town.I kid you not,Man or Woman this movie WILL make you cry! And you will hold your breath until the final moments of this tremendous film,and finally it will make you want to jump out of your seat and with a thunderous Roar Scream "We Are Marshall!"SEE THIS MOVIE ASAP!!
Kramer vs. Kramer 1979,  PG)
Jerry Maguire 1996,  R)
The Family Man 2000,  PG-13)
Beaches 1988,  PG-13)
When a Man Loves a Woman 1994,  R)
United 93 2006,  R)
United 93
This movie is very gripping and powerful.Be ready for an intense movie and alot of gratitude.
My Dog Skip 2000,  PG)
Lean on Me 1989,  PG-13)
Deep Impact 1998,  PG-13)
The War 1994,  PG-13)
Awakenings 1990,  PG-13)
Stand by Me 1986,  R)
King Kong 1976,  PG)
Crash 2004,  R)
Mystic River 2003,  R)
Eight Below 2006,  PG)
Eight Below
Stepmom 1998,  PG-13)
My Girl 1991,  PG-13)
Dying Young 1991,  R)
The Color Purple 1985,  PG-13)
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King 2003,  PG-13)
House of Sand and Fog 2003,  R)
The Terminal 2004,  PG-13)
Hotaru no haka (Grave of the Fireflies) 1988,  Unrated)
Hotaru no haka (Grave of the Fireflies)
Absolutely Heartwrenching! I am so glad that you guys send me your recommendations.I would have never ever known about this wonderful movie without having my Flix buddies.Have the tissues ready was right (Alex) lol.Oh my gosh this is so sad.I was ready for sad,not ready ready for a gut-wrenching overflow of tears.A story about a boy that is forced into a parent role of his little (adorable) sister Setsuko due to the death of his parents.He does everything he can for her,but is so young himself,just does not have the life skills,or means to do anything.Through the many bombings they had lost everything it was pretty much the 2 of them with a few stray belongings.But his love for her was fierce,she was all he had left.I don't want to say too much more,but this is such a deep,touching movie everyone should see this.I absolutely recommend this movie be the very next one you see!! =)
Babel 2006,  R)
Very ,Very good,sad yet really eye opening.
Philadelphia 1993,  PG-13)
A Walk to Remember 2002,  PG)
A Walk to Remember
Ahhhh God,22 and a half tissues later.This was really good,Yep going to the Tearjerker list with this one.If you haven't seen it,have a FULL box of tissues handy.Cause if you aren't crying through half this dam movie you got the dam burning watermelon stuck in your throat that is threatening to burst at any moment.Fair warning.Excellent movie.Highly recommended! =) (sniff)
Into the Wild 2007,  R)
Into the Wild
Christopher McCandless: [written into book] Happiness only real when shared.

(In and of itself,How powerful and profound is that?)This is movie was so much more than I expected.A real journey,a breaking free from everything.Emile Hirsch has a whole new respect in my book,any actor thats willing to drop alot of weight for films is pretty dedicated.I also read some other interesting things on IMDB.Anyway this is a very emotionally driven movie.It was so sad at points with his family that was left behind,so utterly broken from his 'disapperance'.Only his sister really understood him.He met some unconventional characters along the way,he had fun,he had an amazing adventure and this man saw things in this world most of us will never ever, even get close to.He found the beauty in the simplicity of just being.This is a beautiful but tragic true story this is highly recommended =)
Fried Green Tomatoes 1991,  PG-13)
Fried Green Tomatoes
Another superior movie that has eluded me for far too long.I have always loved Kathy Bates,In this movie you cannot help fall in love with her character.She is the greatest person,would do anything for anyone,except herself really.Her underdog tone in this movie is very believable,so does get a backbone down the line but the journey is sad and funny at the same time.I also have loved Mary Stuart Masterson forever,this was a stellar cast of women,although this is not just a movie for women or your typical chick flick at all.I will also add this every once in a while to break away from the glitz and digitally explosive hollywood is a great thing.You take a story that is very special and combine it with such a well rounded cast you create magic.The amazing thing is,For any woman if you are 17-75 you WILL find some part of this movie or one of the characters that you can relate to,or are maybe in the same sort of situation,there really is something here for everyone,I am truly ashamed with myself that I let this one go as long as I have.See it!!!
P.S. I Love You 2007,  PG-13)
P.S. I Love You
Ahhh man,get the tissues ready for this one.This is one of the sweetest love stories I have ever seen.I love Hillary Swank already,she played this amazingly well.Much better than I expected,The few bad reviews on this I read,I dont know if me and those folks were even watching the same movie.Very good,highly recommended!
The Deer Hunter 1978,  R)
The Deer Hunter
Good Lord,How excellent is this movie!!??. I remembered things about half way through it and realized I had watched this as a child.HELLO.WTF were my parents think9ing?Anyway such a tremendous cast.God I love Christopher Walken,he is just smooth as hell,and dammmm diddy damm De Niro looks HOT with a beard.Anyway Excellent yet very emotional story of a great group of friends from a small town and the way the Vietnam war changed everything about them.Excellent movie,I can't give this anymore stars,I wish I could.If you have not seen this you need too.=)
Atonement 2007,  R)
Amazing! At first I thought it was a little slow,and was wondering just exactly what was going on.But once I got into it and followed it,the story sucks you in,Wow shows what can happen when a person carries a deep dark secret their whole life,Definitely Oscar caliber performances ,great cast excellent storyline.You don't want to miss this one! =)
An American Crime 2007,  R)
An American Crime
Ohhhh, boy Ok as a mother you WILL have a very hard time watching this.It's like basically your worse nightmare come true.I would have never left my kids with a perfect stranger to begin with,but it was a different time then,People were more trusting and Gertrude went to church and to the outsiders put off the "Oh poor me,I am broke,and I have too many kids,but I go to church and I am a good person"BULLSHIT mask!This movie is disturbing in ways that enrage me as a mother,that any woman could allow this to go on in her own home,and then let the whole dam neighborhood kids come in and beat the crap out of her,Oh hell no!This chick was totally off her rocker she should have never had custody of ANY of her children ever.Ellen Page is truly a remarkable actress for her age,and I think she should have been nominated for an Oscar for This movie a hell of a lot more than Juno.She was Incredible in this and that is an understatement.The fact that this is a true story will haunt me for a very long time.See it,Just be warned.
Le Scaphandre et le Papillon (The Diving Bell and the Butterfly) 2007,  PG-13)
Le Scaphandre et le Papillon (The Diving Bell and the Butterfly)
This is literally the most gut wrenching movie I have ever sat through.It's very sad.You wonder how people find the strength to go on when something so horrific happens to them,especially in their early 40's.I was blown away this is a true story.I want to do a little more research on this "locked in syndrome",It's incredibly brave,most people I would think would try to find a way to commit suicide rather than live their whole lives like that.This man was so brave.He had such and understanding support system of nurses,family.It's sad but you find some happiness in it, the way he deals with things,the whole movie is narrated by his thoughts.I absolutely 110% recommend this treasure of a movie =)
The Fall 2006,  R)
The Fall
Not Interested
Snow Cake 2006,  G)
Snow Cake
This movie is powerful,,I am now a huge Alan Rickman fan him and Sigourney Weaver are are a tremendous force in this brilliant film.Why did I never hear about this movie till last week?I don't understand why this didn't get 10 Oscars!Amazing ,AMAZING acting on Sigourney Weaver's part as an autistic mother that loses her daughter in a car accident,Alan Rickman (not wanting to spoil anything) is there with her to pick up the pieces of her life. seriously this is a beautiful MUST see film,alot of very funny moments too.Oh,and I will never ever play scrabble the same way again,I like their set of rules MUCH better. SEE IT SOON! =)
Away from Her 2007,  PG-13)
Away from Her
Heart wrenching and beautiful,Wow this man had a fierce love for his wife,any woman should be so lucky,I was there spot on with every aspect of this film UNTIL,the adultery although I can understand the loneliness the 2 (other) partners must have been feeling I just was hoping that wouldn't happen.Anyway other than that this was simply brilliant,loved the story I loved Their love and great ,great acting.Highly recommended.=)
The Secret Life of Bees 2008,  PG-13)
The Secret Life of Bees
Beautiful and Brilliant!! A Solid cast gives this movie the life that this emotionally driven story needs.Dakota Fanning shines,this little lady has proved herself time and again and I have huge respect for her stepping out of the box and taking roles such as this.This movie is a gut wrenching emotional power house,be warned if you do not have a box of tissues ready,You didn't come prepared.See this soon! Very Highly Recommended!!! =)
Brian's Song 1970,  G)
Brian's Song
Older movie,However some stories are timeless This is one of them.An amazing friendship formed around the common passion for Football until tragedy strikes and bond grows deeper.I don't want to spoil anything if you have not yet seen this amazing movie.It's a fantastic football movie and a true story,A must see for any fan of Football.=)
Hidden Places 2006,  Unrated)
Hidden Places
Sad but sweet,caught this one on the Hallmark channel.Check it out.
Seven Pounds 2008,  PG-13)
Seven Pounds
I have wanted to see this since the minute I saw the trailer for the first time.It was well worth the wait.A little confusing in the beginning ,but it is supposed to be that way.I am glad I didn't figure this one out right away ,I enjoyed this movie all the more for it.Very heartfelt and moving Seven pounds sends out a powerful message that will really make you think about things in your own life.This is a must see.Highly recommended.Oh and be ready with some tissues.=)
Taking Chance 2009,  PG)
Taking Chance
I wish I had more stars for this one.This is a must see,A raw,gut wrenching reminder that we are still in a country fighting a war that is so pointless.Taking Chance is a story about Marine Corp Lt. Col (played by Kevin Bacon) that offers to be an escort for Chance to see his body safely back into the arms of his family for his burial.It's a stark reminder like I said as we get busy with our lives and sometimes tend to forget this thing is still not over and there are many "Chance's" coming back in body bags every day.Very sad,But outstanding movie,Kevin Bacon did a spectacular job with his role,very honorable and believable.Totally recommending this movie.=)
My Sister's Keeper 2009,  PG-13)
My Sister's Keeper
OK lesson learned never underestimate a Nick Cassavetes film.Anyone who had their heart captured by the brilliant man that brought us The Notebook will probably love this film.You go into it knowing that you are dealing with an uneasy subject matter from the get go,so as long as you have come to grips with that and have several tissues on stand by you will be fine.The cast was amazing,ALL of them.I do have to say the standout for me in this one absolutely has to be Cameron Diaz.She showed me before that she could shake the giggly girl next door image when she took on Any Given Sunday.She has proven to me once again to NOT put her into any single catagory for a film.She was a character that embraced the mother role very well and the over-bearing never want to give up on her sick child mother even better.Was what she did right or wrong who is to say?I am not God and I am dam sure not going to judge others for situations such as this because I don't like being judged either.However coming from the standpoint of being a mother myself I cannot imagine the enormity of making decisions like this and trying to justify to yourself and the world around you that you just want your child to live.There is depth and balance in this movie and a bittersweet balance that really kind of surprised me was Alec Baldwin's role,very well done.I will recommend this movie to everyone I see whenever I hear the name,you can bet on it.SEE THIS FILM!
Remember Me 2010,  PG-13)
Remember Me
I am ashamed of myself that I didn't want to see this film.I really almost lost out and learned once again not to pre-judge.This was a great movie I thought it was gonna be a cheesy predictable love story,and didn't think Robert Pattinson was as big of a deal as everyone makes him.He can actually act and very well I might add.It chills me that i decided to watch this movie today of all days gives me double goose bumps.Anyway I am highly recommending this movie.If you have had it in your stack of Ill get to this one soon,you bump this to the top.

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  1. godslonelyman
    godslonelyman posted 6 years ago

    what about 'the pianist' and 'a butterfly effect'?

  2. poohbearfreaksrulz
    poohbearfreaksrulz posted 6 years ago

    Exo list!!! I agree completely!!!

  3. graemii
    graemii posted 6 years ago

    a few you left out were Beaches, Deep Impact (baby scene), Sommersby, Whale Rider, Crash, King Kong for goodness sakes, lol, ET, & Dumbo

  4. Vikesfan121
    Vikesfan121 posted 6 years ago

    that is a good list

  5. habibulhaquecm
    habibulhaquecm posted 6 years ago

    I love this list...

  6. kms5079
    kms5079 posted 6 years ago

    Watch Dancer in the Dark and then tell me where it falls on the level of sad?

  7. hphouseelf
    hphouseelf posted 6 years ago

    pretty good list, but lion king isn't that sad and some of the movies I thought you arranged in the wrong order because Hotel Rwanda should've been closer to the top..just my opinion but it is still a good list

  8. williewill3795
    williewill3795 posted 6 years ago

    The ending of The Mist

  9. ExpectoPatronum
    ExpectoPatronum posted 6 years ago

    what a great list. very true. very sad. very touching. thanks =D

  10. ang7sah2004
    ang7sah2004 posted 6 years ago


  11. omar143
    omar143 posted 6 years ago


  12. cabacatwoman
    cabacatwoman posted 6 years ago

    Such a great list of tear-jerkers!! Funny how we like to view sad movies.

  13. carmenerag
    carmenerag posted 6 years ago

    i love it!!!!!!!!!!

  14. 1mNoSuperman
    1mNoSuperman posted 6 years ago

    great list! good to see reign over me get some love

  15. twinpisces
    twinpisces posted 6 years ago

    good li$t lion king got to be the best one on your list it$ wll $ad

  16. ayasalah93
    ayasalah93 posted 6 years ago

    nice movies

  17. stevenreddragon
    stevenreddragon posted 6 years ago

    It takes a lot to make me laugh ask any true friend, so when when friends bring movies over they force me to watch comedies. They want to see if they can get me to enjoy it or not.

  18. imseeingspirals
    imseeingspirals posted 6 years ago

    Hi there!
    You should totally put 'Jack' with Robin Williams in this list. He gave an outstanding performance as a boy with aging disorder.
    'Requiem for a Dream' is another tearjerker. Ell Burstyn was outstanding.

  19. kathchick7
    kathchick7 posted 6 years ago

    Man on fire is an amzing and sad film!

  20. kathchick7
    kathchick7 posted 6 years ago

    sad films are my favourite!

  21. snake7546130
    snake7546130 posted 6 years ago

    Good list but Armageddon # 1, really?

  22. bucksbeaut21
    bucksbeaut21 posted 6 years ago

    Good list, missing a few real tear jerkers tho. A walk 2 remember, Philadelphia,Dying young, Pearl Harbour, Boys dont cry all also so very sad. But I agree you have some top tear jerkers there!

  23. jayee76
    jayee76 posted 6 years ago

    what about hardball

  24. yyeo1994
    yyeo1994 posted 6 years ago

    Omg! I totally love your list, but what about "Grave of the Fireflies"? I was like literally sobbing when I saw that movie (not the live action one)

  25. SlavePrincess
    SlavePrincess posted 6 years ago

    Love it!

  26. SexiVixxEN
    SexiVixxEN posted 6 years ago

    Note:I just found that this feature was even added to Flix,I had no clue all these comments were even here.A couple things,One I don't have the lists in any particular order because of my heavy involvment with the site so don't take the order to seriously.Two,I see alot of you said well what about this and this movie,I have not yet seen all movies,lol.I am slowly getting through them,but I will watch the recommened ones.Thanks for the great comments everyone =)

  27. tigerlily113
    tigerlily113 posted 6 years ago

    i feel so deprived! lol

    i've only seen 12 of these
    : (

  28. disciple1958
    disciple1958 posted 6 years ago

    check out motsart and the whale

  29. emsterk
    emsterk posted 6 years ago

    or the dead poets society?

  30. louisabermudatriangl
    louisabermudatriangl posted 6 years ago

    Lots of tears...

  31. SammiAvatarPrincess
    SammiAvatarPrincess posted 6 years ago

    Oh this is a great list,I agree Grave of the Fireflies was really sad I was bawling.

  32. marieantoinnetteb
    marieantoinnetteb posted 6 years ago


  33. snymanronelle
    snymanronelle posted 6 years ago

    You missed P.S. I love you

  34. liz101rocks
    liz101rocks posted 6 years ago

    nice list........ the pasion of the christ is the most violent one i have seen though.... it is also one of the sadest....

  35. liz101rocks
    liz101rocks posted 6 years ago

    i thought you wre going to post 100

  36. Criswell
    Criswell posted 6 years ago

    where is THE DEER HUNTER?

  37. MovieManiac415
    MovieManiac415 posted 5 years ago

    Where's Atonement? That's the biggest tearjerker I've ever seen!

  38. bakinggurl
    bakinggurl posted 5 years ago

    This is cool

  39. naumatam
    naumatam posted 5 years ago

    Have you ever seen The Hours? I recommend it for your Tearjerker list.

  40. kingangels
    kingangels posted 5 years ago

    well i might agree with you on most movies i hate the fact that you missed out on both "I am Sam" and "Braveheart" but what i seriously hated was the way you managed to squeeze lord of the rings between all these movies i mean at what stage did u drop a tear ......

  41. crayzielover
    crayzielover posted 5 years ago

    good list but didnt understand why lord of the ring was in it....

  42. keanu9264
    keanu9264 posted 5 years ago

    You will LOVE "Hardball" with KEANU REEVES (my favorite actor)...A real tear-jerker....Also try to see 1971 film "Brian's Song" with James Caan...it is a TRUE STORY...many tissue story..Enjoy..

  43. manathetomboy
    manathetomboy posted 5 years ago

    you should have put ( the house of sand and fog ), that one really makes you choked up

  44. BunkerBabey
    BunkerBabey posted 5 years ago

    Paris/Texas was the only film that made me have a tear in my eye it was beautiful.

  45. ChristinaLovesMovies
    ChristinaLovesMovies posted 5 years ago

    suggestions for the list: World Trade Center, The Magestic, Uptown Girls, and Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants.

  46. daynadadiva
    daynadadiva posted 5 years ago

    Great list~!!
    Myself LOVING a Tearjerker...

  47. marjbrusko
    marjbrusko posted 5 years ago

    I love your list, may I suggest Some time in April & Blood Diamonds. These are somewhat war movies, but they move me to tears because of the inhumanities depicted on them..

  48. julianlb
    julianlb posted 5 years ago

    Nice list. Have you ever seen "My Life Without Me"? So sad and so beautiful.

  49. gul18
    gul18 posted 5 years ago

    Good Work

  50. ladysapphire0021
    ladysapphire0021 posted 5 years ago

    nice choices..huh..

  51. mzappleby
    mzappleby posted 5 years ago

    That is an awsome list but you foregot Augest Rush& life support those were sad i cry every time i watch them

  52. PierrotTheClown88
    PierrotTheClown88 posted 5 years ago

    some nice movie here:)

  53. tsahi2
    tsahi2 posted 5 years ago

    hey you didnt put "the patriot"

  54. itsbyron
    itsbyron posted 5 years ago

    who makes a list of 86?!?! you need 14 more.. Fox and the Hound..Cast away..Forrest loved that volley ball!!

  55. SpaceCowboy9280
    SpaceCowboy9280 posted 5 years ago

    Hotel Rwanda, Life is Beautiful, Jesus Christ: Vampire hunter. The last one would make you cry because of its sheer awesomeness

  56. marly700
    marly700 posted 5 years ago

    i love stand by me that is one of the best movie i seen besides cars

  57. csr4546
    csr4546 posted 5 years ago

    Taking chances is great since my husband is a Marine oura!

  58. aicyem22
    aicyem22 posted 4 years ago


  59. periana
    periana posted 4 years ago

    nice list :) i would recommend Lorenzo's Oil, great but heartwrenching movie!

  60. CharleneOHara
    CharleneOHara posted 4 years ago

    some of these are definately dear to my heart

  61. BenjaminBixby3000
    BenjaminBixby3000 posted 4 years ago

    Wow, definitely have some movies to see! I thought that Kevin Costner movie Dragonfly would have made the list...or Ma Vie en Rose

  62. annwendy8
    annwendy8 posted 4 years ago

    watching the movie is my happeness thanks to the list!!!

  63. jonhironimus
    jonhironimus posted 4 years ago

    We have a few of the same movies listed on our tear-jerker lists. Check mine out if you want.

  64. ryanfacebook91
    ryanfacebook91 posted 4 years ago

    completely agree about Schindler List .

  65. thelovelyravenrayn
    thelovelyravenrayn posted 4 years ago

    Pay it Forward? A tear jerker? Errrrrrrmmmm NAAAAH!!!!

  66. Rhuso
    Rhuso posted 4 years ago


  67. miladmr12
    miladmr12 posted 3 years ago

    we style are near together
    good luck buddy

  68. stikcler
    stikcler posted 3 years ago

    "Armageddon"??!!!! Skip "Dancer In The Dark" and try "Breaking The Waves". Pretty good list though.

  69. CassieAnnette212
    CassieAnnette212 posted 3 years ago

    Very nice list thanks:)

  70. mareviclapid
    mareviclapid posted 3 years ago


  71. faymae90
    faymae90 posted 2 years ago

  72. crazydannielle16
    crazydannielle16 posted 2 years ago

    great list! I cried at just about almost all of the ones i've seen on this list and i've seen most!