10 Movies People Confessed Made Them Cry the Hardest

Movies have the unique ability to evoke strong emotions in their viewers, whether it's laughter, fear, or sadness.

Some movies are especially effective at pulling at our heartstrings and making us shed a tear or two. These are the ten movies viewers confessed to an internet forum that made them cry the hardest.

Get ready to grab some popcorn and a box of tissues as we dive into the movies that have touched our hearts the most.

Set in the 1970s, My Girl tells the story of 11-year-old Vada Sultenfuss and her best friend Thomas J. The film explores themes of loss, grief, and coming-of-age as Vada learns to cope with her mother's death and the changes happening in her own life.

My Girl (1991)

The film explores themes of love, loyalty, and the ups and downs of family life. Marley's eventual decline and death are particularly emotional because many viewers can relate to the pain of losing a beloved pet.

Marley & Me (2008)

The movie is particularly emotional because it deals with themes of love, loss, and regret and features a powerful opening sequence that sets the tone for the rest of the film. 

Up (2009)

Click tells the story of Michael Newman (Adam Sandler), a workaholic architect who receives a magical remote control that allows him to fast-forward through his life. The film touches on the importance of family, work-life balance, and living in the moment.

Click (2006)

The movie depicts love, loss, and the afterlife and features a memorable pottery scene that has become iconic. The emotional moments in the film stem from the tragic loss of Sam and the love he shares with Molly that transcends death.

Ghost (1990)

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