Advertising

4 Animated Movies That Make People Cry The Most

Advertising
4 Animated Movies That Make People Cry The Most

There is something seriously comforting about watching a good animated movie. Perhaps it brings back memories of your childhood, reminiscing about sweets long gone from the modern shelves, and feeling eager anticipation about the experience you are about to have with your family or friends. Watching animated films is often a special time where you experience joy with your own children as they embark on adventures that fill them with wonder.

Whatever the reason, animated films are incredible. When we find ourselves engrossed in a good animated film, we are in no way desensitized to the range of emotions they provoke, equaling any other motion film, animated or not. If we are all honest with ourselves, there has definitely been a number of animations that have made us weep for the screen. Here are 4 favourite tear-jerkers!

Finding Nemo

Advertising

Finding_Nemo_3 - Cópia

    OH THE HEART STRINGS. Finding Nemo has got to be one of the greatest, loveliest, most hilariously animated films of all time. There are so many things about this film that, depending on your sensitivity level, could evoke a tear or two. Dory’s friendship is beautiful, the magical underwater scenes are heart-achingly stunning, but in the end it’s got to be a tie between the **SPOILER ALERT** ending scene of father and son being happily reunited after their journey, and the opening scene, where all of the fish eggs are destroyed except for a single survivor: NEMO.

    The Lion King

    64450165201203022238049159135171459_074

      The circle of life! It moves us all! For a film that was made in the 90s – over twenty years ago! – The Lion King still has the power to move us all. Again, it is hard to dictate as to where the point is in such a powerfully animated movie that is responsible for the waterworks.

      Advertising

      However, it could very well be when Simba goes down to find Mufasa and tries to pull him to get up, so they can go home. Plenty of tears can be seen streaming down an audience’s face as Simba is suddenly all alone, calling out for help where no one can hear him. A timeless tragedy. Long live Simba.

      Bambi

      Disney-1080p-Wallpaper-13-

        I think this goes without saying that the 1942 Disney film Bambi is one of the longest-loved animated films, with one of the saddest scenes of all time. In fact there are other films, non-animated, that have certainly (comically) mentioned this scene as affecting them deeply in their childhood.

        Advertising

        This scene in Bambi, is when Bambi’s mother is shot and killed as she and her daughter run for safety from a hunter and his shotgun. “Faster Bambi! Faster! Don’t look back!”  her mother says, and Bambi doesn’t. In fact, she keeps running, finally reaches safety, then looks back, only to find out that her mother couldn’t make it. Devastating.

        Up!

        Up-2009-DI1

          This beautiful 3D computer animated film touches on the heart strings when, unlike the other animal films above, we are invited to think about the human condition of escapism. The lessons here touch on how to deal with life when it becomes hard- or in the protagonists case, when we lose our great love. In a beautiful collage of time, we see the main character, Carl, move through his life, reach old age, before tenderly saying goodbye to the woman he loved his entire life. If that doesn’t get your tear ducts smarting, we don’t know what will!

          Advertising

          All in all, animated films have a running theme: LOVE. Love of a parent, spouse, child, or hero; animated films show us that it is the one thing that connects us and warms us all. So, which one is your favorite?

          Featured photo credit: Quick Picture Tools via quickpicturetools.com

          More by this author

          What Your Coffee Preferences Say About Your Personality You Are Never Too Old To Set Another Goal or To Dream A New Dream The Real Reason Why Most People Cannot Achieve Their Goals 25+ Quotes That Bring You Inner Peace To Face With Every Challenge What Is Lactose Intolerance And What To Do If You Have It

          Trending in Leisure

          1 What Should I Do Today? 30 New Things To Do Today 2 Enjoy Crafting With This App, It Offers 1000+ All Level Crafting Lessons Online 3 How to Have a Great Dining Experience the Budget-Friendly Way (From a Restaurant Insider) 4 Let This “5 Minute Journal” be Your Kids’ First Ever Mindfulness Journal 5 Walking 2 Dogs or More has Never Been Easier With This Smart Leash

          Read Next

          Advertising
          Advertising

          Last Updated on August 12, 2021

          Learn How To Make Coffee 38 Different Ways With This Stunning Guide

          Advertising
          Learn How To Make Coffee 38 Different Ways With This Stunning Guide

           

          If you make your own coffee in the morning, chances are you’re only making the same boring kind everyday. Now it’s time to put an end to the cynical habit and turn you into an instant coffee connoisseur.

          For those who don’t know, there are officially 38 different ways to make coffee. All, except decaffeinated versions will give you the same buzz that can either make you extremely productive or give you anxiety.

          The only difference here is taste. And when it comes to coffee, taste matters. A lot.

          Most of the methods and ingredients from the chart above dates back hundreds of years and have been traditionally passed down from generation to generation. Hence, it’s actually possible to tell where a person came from based on the type of coffee he or she drinks!

          asfdasdfasfdasdfasd

            38 ways to make a perfect Coffee | Visual.ly

            Read Next