Post # 1
To torture me, that’s why. How is this the saddest movie in the entire world??? At least the first 10 minutes.
Post # 2
peachacid: Hahahaha! You took the words right out of my mouth! Another good blubber fest is BRAVE.
Post # 3
peachacid: I agree. Especially (ok major spoiler here) with the pregnancy. I know in real life many lives turns out like Ellie’s, but still it is so sad.
True story: I’m too scared to watch Marley and Me after reading about it here.
Post # 4
aussiemum1248: I get why it’s in there, because they need to have a reason they don’t have kids, but their story is SO SAD. And then she gets sicks RIGHT WHEN THEY CAN AFFORD THE TRIP…omg. I just can’t.
Of course, I’ll still watch, because it’s also a great movie and funny and all…but wow, tears.
Ckasnoff: I’ve only seen Brave once, but I don’t remember crying at all…(there should be a word for, like, leaky eye tearing/crying).
Post # 5
peachacid: The end gets me everytime… Though I could be just an emotional mess when it comes to Disney and Pixar….
Post # 6
aussiemum1248: Darling Husband wants to watch Marley and Me, and I refuse. I keep telling him I’ll be ready next time we watch a movie, but I never am. I’ve watched it one time, and I will never forget how hard I cried, and I don’t want that feeling ever again.
Post # 7
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA
peachacid: Totally! I was bawling and pissed about it for the first 10 minutes. It’s so good though – hang in there.
Post # 8
aussiemum1248: cried my eyes out during Marley and Me. A couple times. Great story but so sad.
Post # 9
Oh the first 10 minutes! So sad. I bawled at the end too when he’s flipping through the photo album.
Post # 10
That’s our movie!! First one we ever saw together and right now, it’s mirroring our love story. The end? Ughhh…I just can’t…”thank you for the grand adventure now go start a new one” ugh! Crying as I type this!