Movies like this one make you cry, think, and reflect on your own relationships and life. Grab a bag of popcorn and a box of tissues, and prepare yourself for more film-induced suffering. Let the tears flow!
1. Perks Of Being A Wallflower
the Stephen Chbosky novel of the same name. Perks of Being a Wallflower tells the story of an awkward high school freshman who has to deal with depression and his first love.
In order to keep himself from relapsing into depression, he makes himself participate in extracurricular activities at school. When he is taken under the wing of two senior citizens, he is overjoyed to have friends again. As things get out of hand, he experiments with drugs, sex, and alcohol.
The plot is convoluted, but the method by which it’s uncovered will make it easy for you to grasp what’s going on. It was both sad and beautiful, in my opinion. It’s got its share of laughs, but it also manages to tackle serious issues like homosexuality, death, and drug abuse.
It’s hard to describe the stunning cinematography in the film, especially in the more personal moments. Because the director also doubles as the novel’s author, everything appears to be organic and beautiful. He’s clearly an expert at what he does, as evidenced by the masterful direction he’s provided for his story. It’s a win-win situation because we get a film that’s both satisfying and entertaining.
Likewise, the writing isn’t too far behind. The dialogue in this film was excellently written, and as a result, it is a highly quotable film. Mr. Chosky does an excellent job adapting a book. This was a fantastic film that I thoroughly enjoyed.
The reason for this is not simply because I adore the book. All the praise in the world is due to the film’s beautiful story and excellent performances by the entire cast. Although it’s not the most accurate adaptation, the story’s spirit has been preserved. Everything has been presented in such a unique and beautiful way that it’s a shame to miss out on it.
2. Now Is Good
There is a story about a young girl who has leukemia and has a bucket list of things she wants to accomplish before she dies. Her desire to lose her virginity is at the top of the list.
This film is deserving of a higher rating. Even if you disagree with her portrayal, Dakota Fanning’s portrayal of the dying, frightened girl is compelling enough to watch. It’s hard to get along with her because she’s sarcastic, enraged, and difficult to understand.
Forget about how one should act in their final moments; this film is about how devastating those last few days can be, especially when you know the end is near and there’s no way to stop it.
It was well done in portraying a sick, dying adolescent who refused to accept anything. When the nurse describes how it will feel and what will happen over the next few days of her life, it all becomes very real to the patient.
Now Is Good has just the right mix of heartbreak, romance, and pain. You’re going to love it.
3. The Boy In The Striped Pajamas
The Holocaust has been the subject of numerous films. My mind immediately goes to Schindler’s List and Amen. Those were some heartbreakingly good films, thanks for sharing. However, if you put in the effort, you may be able to observe them with a poker face.
Not in the case of this film.
One of the reasons why The Boy in the Striped Pajamas is so different is that it is told from the perspective of an innocent 8-year-old German boy. What will happen to his Jewish friend is a mystery to us, but it is not to him. He gets closer to the truth with each step he takes.
Directing, casting, and acting are all top notch in this film. It was refreshing to see a film where no one was depicted as purely evil or good. Characters of all shades of gray can be found throughout the game, even the villains.
Overall, this is a great film for bringing people to their knees. Don’t forget to bring some tissue paper along with you.
4. A Walk To Remember
In high school, Landon Carter is a reckless and carefree young man. Young men are punished when their jokes go horribly wrong and they are sentenced to community service as a result.
Everything changes when he meets Jamie Sullivan, an intelligent but reclusive young woman. He finds himself deeply attracted to her before he even realizes it. When she tells him her heartbreaking secret, he understands what true love and self-sacrifice mean.
The film has some differences from the book it was adapted from. Don’t worry if you’ve already read the book. The essence of the tale has not changed. They’ve done an excellent job of bringing the story to life.
5. The Spectacular Now
In the present, Sutter Keely is a hard-partying high school student. In addition to being the life of the party, he adores his job and has no interest in planning for the future. When he meets Aimee Finecky, a science fiction fanatic with a dark plan for the future, everything changes. They are diametrically opposed, yet their paths have crossed.
You will reflect on your life, your relationships, and your future after reading this heartfelt story. A beautiful portrayal of the tenderness of youth, as well as natural, ineffable performances from the entire cast, has given this stale teen movie genre new life and dynamism.
It’s no surprise, then, that Spectacular Now is regarded as one of the year’s best independent films. In my experience, many young adult films are a mixed bag, but this one gets it just right.
6. Dying Young
The title’s description is accurate: Dying Young is a movie about dying young. There is a great deal of sorrow, despair, and suffering. It is, on the other hand, quite lovely.
To sum up, a young woman starts working as a private nurse for an elderly man who is terminally ill with leukemia. The two of them form a strong bond before they know anything else, despite the fact that they both know it’s doomed. He’ll die, that’s for sure.
It’s a heartbreaking tale that will leave you in tears. Authentic performances by the stars also help cement the characters as family members in your mind.
Joel Schumacher’s masterful directing and the perfect adaptation of Erich Leimbach’s novel will captivate you. As soon as the credits start rolling, you’ll be completely absorbed in the story, experiencing its characters’ anguish, pain, and terror. Those seeking an intense, emotional experience will find it in Dying Young.
7. My Sisters Keeper
In order to save her leukemia-stricken daughter, a desperate mother will do anything, even if it means legally forcing her youngest child, Anna, to donate her kidney. Despite his reservations, a professional lawyer agrees to assist 11-year-old Anna. Her mother, on the other hand, makes the decision to go to court as well.
It’s difficult to determine who is at fault in this scenario, just as it is in real life. Whatever the case may be, you’re going to enjoy this rollercoaster of emotions.
In case you’re unfamiliar, it’s about two people who fall in love while sailing on a ship that’s about to go down in the open sea. Rose survives 84 years after Jack’s death, and she tells her grandkids the tragic story of their love.
There are those who believe that this film has received far more attention and praise than it deserves. It’s not like it makes a difference. A well-written and well-acted film deserves to be seen by a wide audience.
There are some love stories that you remember for the rest of your life, and this one is one of them. Even though I saw this movie a long time ago, I can still recall every scene and word of dialogue. Yes, Leonardo’s character passes away, but his memory will live on in the hearts of millions of people around the world for years to come.
Overall, it’s a touching and emotionally charged romantic drama that everyone should see at least once in their lives, regardless of age or gender.
9. The Lovely Bones
The Lovely Bones tells the story of the murder of a 14-year-old girl by her next-door neighbor. She finds herself in a strange state of limbo, able to see everyone but unable to be seen by anyone else. She must intervene to protect her sister, who is the next in line to be murdered.
Although the CGI effects can be overpowering, they have little impact on the amount of heart and emotion this film elicits.
This is a fantastic film, with superb performances from the entire ensemble cast. Remember: the CGI isn’t a reason to give up. Not seeing this film would be like missing out on a great experience full of emotion, suspense, and tension.