22 Movies So Moving, Audiences Cry Every Single Time 

Some movies are just sad, but others are total tearjerkers time and time again. A recent online survey asked people, “What movie makes you cry every single time you watch it?” Here are the top 22 responses.

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“Yes, the one with Adam Sandler.”

“I just watched that yesterday and didn’t think much of it, but during the hospital scene, I was so close to crying… absolutely on the verge of tears.”

The Green Mile

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“The Green Mile, no question. John Coffey’s final lines are such a tear-jerker, from comparing his experience of life to being like shards of glass in his head to ‘I’m sorry for what I am,’ to begging not to have to wear the mask because he’s afraid of the dark.”

“When Tom Hanks cries, I cry.”

The Fox and Hound

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“Don’t do that to me.”

“I don’t even have to watch the movie. If I hear the song, I’m sobbing for an hour.”

Up

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“Specifically, the first few minutes.”

“I’ve only seen it once, so it fits the question. Plus, I know I’d be wailing and bawling watching it again.”

Hachi

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“I’ve watched it five times. I ugly cried all five times.”

“I’m sure my ex showed me that, and I said to her that I wouldn’t cry, but she saw me cry right through to the end.”

Dear Zachary

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“Watch it without spoiling yourself of anything for a devastating and soul-crushing experience.”

“This, 100%”

A Beautiful Mind

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“A beautiful mind always pulls my heartstrings. It’s the ending with the pens.”

“That is an epic moment in films.”

Toy Story 3

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“So long, partner”

“When Andy is playing with the toys! And the picture is in his box! THEY ARE ALWAYS WITH HIM. Once I became a parent, it hit me even harder! Right in the heart.”

Iron giant

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“My absolute favorite film. If I answered this question myself, it would be this answer.”

Inside Out

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“Not only does it start with that LAVA short film, but it’s also got Bing Bong’s death scene. MAN, I never thought I could cry so much in a day until that movie.”

Monsters Inc

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“The ending always makes me cry. He gets to see Boo again.”

Field of Dreams

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“Me too. It makes me think of my dad, who played baseball.”

About Time

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“Specifically, the scene when he’s playing on the beach with his dad.”

Boy in the Striped Pajamas

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“We watched The Boy In Striped Pajamas in school, and I was one of few to cry at it. No one else wanted to show they cried.”

A Little Princess

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“I can’t watch the little princess since my childhood.”

“Wow, what a classic answer! That will tear at my heartstrings always.”

Of Mice and Men

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“The ending shot with George and Lennie walking away always destroys me…”

The Wizard of Oz

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“When Dorothy is saying goodbye as she gets into the balloon.”

Puss In Boots The Last Wish

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“I always tear up when Puss yells, ‘Kitty Death is after me’ because the fear in his voice, along with how loud the heart beats, made it so realistic. Then seeing Puss cry, seeing all of his lives and gladly fighting for the last one.”

“This has got to be one of the best movies I’ve ever seen. I only watched it for the first time recently. It’so incredibly well done and powerful!”

Train to Busan

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“I loved this movie, but I don’t know if I can watch it again. I was sobbing so hard.”

Steel Magnolias

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“I’ve easily seen it over a hundred times, but I still sob.”

“It breaks me every time.”

The Champ

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“That ending, man… Gets me every time.”

Bolt

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“It’s so stupid because it’s just Miley Cyrus and John Travolta, but that gets to anyone.”

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