I wanna feel sad give me some sad films to watch

Lincoln Green
Lincoln Green

I wanna feel sad give me some sad films to watch

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Jaxon Collins
Jaxon Collins

MDYD-908

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Grayson Jackson
Grayson Jackson

Inside Llewyn Davis

Benjamin Turner
Benjamin Turner

Dancer in the Dark. Even by Von Trier standards is fugging depressing.

Grayson Parker
Grayson Parker

Man of feel.

Xavier Johnson
Xavier Johnson

The Perks of Being A Wallflower
The Fountain

Mason Smith
Mason Smith

That is the only movie that made me cry.

Jordan Williams
Jordan Williams

IKR. Even thinking about the ending makes me glum.

Owen Lopez
Owen Lopez

The Perks of Being A Wallflower
Wat. iirc it has a happy ending where everyone is friends.

Jack Perez
Jack Perez

Lord of the rings trilogy. Extra feels for the last movie.

Jack Foster
Jack Foster

Feels about high school/high school ending

Noah Myers
Noah Myers

Never Let Me Go

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Tyler Young
Tyler Young

Watch anything with Emma Roberts and you might feel sad for the Robertsniggers that push her no talent ass.

Jonathan Hughes
Jonathan Hughes

watching any modern film makes me sad. y'know. because they're all mediocre tripe.

Aiden Brown
Aiden Brown

movies rarely make me cry. there's not enough time to get properly invested in the characters.

if you really want to cry like a bitch, watch the first 8 seasons of Scrubs

Jeremiah Barnes
Jeremiah Barnes

Big Fish

Jason Thompson
Jason Thompson

for you

Jaxon Rogers
Jaxon Rogers

grave of the fireflies

Adrian Butler
Adrian Butler

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Nicholas Walker
Nicholas Walker

this tbh

Jason Cox
Jason Cox

They had anime in the 50s?

Connor Turner
Connor Turner

it's from 1988

Sebastian Phillips
Sebastian Phillips

mystic river

Kayden Martinez
Kayden Martinez

looks older

Angel Gonzalez
Angel Gonzalez

This.
Shit taste.

Benjamin Kelly
Benjamin Kelly

I unironically cried when i saw it

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Ayden King
Ayden King

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Hudson Reed
Hudson Reed

I teared up like a bitch at least three times during this.

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Thomas Baker
Thomas Baker

last jedi

Julian Ramirez
Julian Ramirez

(checked)
dubs-dubs-trips confirm. True кино.

Gabriel Powell
Gabriel Powell

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Thomas Sanchez
Thomas Sanchez

Made me feel bad for Emma Watson the whole film, imagine being a "professional actress" and being unable to act

Caleb Harris
Caleb Harris

customer service

Ayden Nelson
Ayden Nelson

Everything made since 2016

Noah White
Noah White

Even though I knew how the story ends, and that it will be a sad movie with sad music, it still made me cry like a bitch.

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Gabriel Myers
Gabriel Myers

spoler: **the guy dies*

Isaiah Adams
Isaiah Adams

Yeah, it's sad they got away to fight for the Jews another day.

Japan, where even the dogs are loyal.

Dylan Wilson
Dylan Wilson

Midnight Express
Truly soul-crushing

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Gabriel Bennett
Gabriel Bennett

failed spoiler
That's barely a spoiler, considering that it's something you see in the trailer. The real spoiler is that the dog dies of old age, still waiting for his master to come. Even knowing all of this beforehand, it still made me cry.

Jose Carter
Jose Carter

yrtyrty

Joshua Diaz
Joshua Diaz

t. Robertsfag broken record

Gabriel Hall
Gabriel Hall

Maisie's Destruction

Anthony Nelson
Anthony Nelson

Marley & Me.

Austin Ortiz
Austin Ortiz

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Hunter Hernandez
Hunter Hernandez

ticktickticktickticktickticktickticktickticktickticktick

>WOO-WOO WA-WA WOO-WOO WA-WA WOO-WOO WA-WA

lol'ed my ass off.

Ryder Ramirez
Ryder Ramirez

To be fair, you have to have a very high IQ to understand this scene. Alas, none of you troglodyte subhumans commenting here obviously don't have a slightest grasp of neither theoretical physics nor Nietzsche's philosophy, not to mention solid understanding of Japanese kabuki and shadow theatre (which itself is an independently developed dramatic recreation of the Cave myth known from Plato's Republic, suggesting a common source of the idea, which we can roughly trace to present-day Nepal through the method of diachronic-concentric geo-heuristics). These are, however, essential for the correct interpretation of this video. What you call a 'freakout' is in fact an impeccably choreographed allegory of Man's search for meaning in an increasingly entropic universe. The line 'there's no szechuan sauce?' refers to an experience described as 'negative epiphany' in which a man is subjected to both perception and un-perception of existence as a whole, which suddenly reveals itself as capable of both being and not being at the same time. This is what Nietzsche had in mind when he wrote of the "sponge that wipes away horizon" - a state in which all values suddenly become the negation of themselves and so the szechuan sauce simultaneously appears to us as a "non-szechuan sauce", or possibly just a ketchup. See Big Shaq's treatise on the matter (he, however, substitutes szechuan sauce for 'raw sauce'), if your IQ is at least above 160. Theoretical physicists also partly deal with this problem within their discursive framework regarding the possibility of seemingly fixed subatomic particle charges being altered and positrons therefore becoming electrons. Then there's also the multiverse theory and a question of non-euclidean space, which I'll not even go into so as not to make your bird brains explode. To hark back to Nietzsche and Plato, the "negative theophany" and a resulting existential value-cataclysm, being both harrowing and shattering, yet ultimately liberating experience (see Camus' writings), lays a groudwork for the systematic restructuring of the existing order and a reevaluation of humanity itself. It is the stepping stone on the path of overriding what we thought constituted a human - the Aristotelian concept of eudaimonia being achieved through practical ethics and politics practiced by a fellowship of social beings is pulverized in this radical philosophical leap - here symbolised by the leap on the counter - and from the ashes, the Übermensch, or, as you may call him, Pickle Rick is born. However, after a brief attempt to communicate his experience (which is by its nature outside of the semantic reach of language) through kabuki theatre underscored by an ancient Bantu mantric chant REEEEEE, the Pickle Rick realises the futility of his conduct, because only individuals with IQ in the upper 180s, none of which are present in both McDonald's and the society in general, can hope to grasp the multilayered symbolism of the gestic performance. Therefore the only sensible thing to do is to opt out of society itself (we can find similar sentiments expressed through musical medium in Beethoven's Kreutzer Sonata and the aforementioned Big Shaq's opus magnum Man's not hot). And yes, i do paint my dick green to resemble a Pickle Rick, but it's for the ladies' eyes only, provided they can beat me at quantum chess.

Benjamin Gutierrez
Benjamin Gutierrez

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Mason Hughes
Mason Hughes

(check'd)

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Oliver Thompson
Oliver Thompson

6/10 too much effort

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