8 Movies To Watch This Weekend That Will Make You Cry


Isn’t it comforting to watch a movie that forces you to feel tons of emotions in mere 122 minutes or so? Movies like Forrest Gump are full of feels, they make you laugh, and they make you cry. Such pictures that have the power to make you sob and eat a tub of full-fat ice creams are rare. These movies hit the right chords, and we can end up feeling mushy for a long time.

The list of movies that will/can make you cry is not all pictures with a sad ending. Some have happy endings too, but some instances or scenes in the movies will stay with you for long. It will make you miss your best friend or your family or partner, but in the end, it will be worth watching it.

So, here are the top 12 movies that will surely leave you grabbing the box of tissues.

forrest gump

Forrest Gump ( 1994)

Obviously, the first movie on my list is Forrest Gump. It is one of the sweetest and saddest movies of all time. Tom Hanks as Forrest Gump, a man who is different from everyone, but tries his best to do good things, is amazing. His acting is so great that you will cry with him and laugh with him. It is truly his best performance to date. And this movie is one of the best ones to ever hit the screen.

To get more details about this movie and where to watch it, visit here.

Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet in Call Me by Your Name (2017)

Call Me By Your Name (2017)

It is the 21st century and still, gay people find it hard for their love to be recognized. Some of them struggle with coming out, and this is depicted so ardently in this movie. Timothee Chalamet and Armie Hammer play Elio and Oliver respectively who change each other’s life. Make sure to have tons of tissue boxes with you if you want to get through this movie.

It is worth watching, so clear your schedule.

Amanda Seyfried and Channing Tatum in Dear John (2010)

Dear John

Channing Tatum and Amanda Seyfried star in this war-romantic drama. It has tons of beautiful moments between the lead couple and Tatum’s character with his father. They will make you cry and pray for a happy ending for every character in the movie. Well, some have a more hopeful end than others. But it is a beautiful movie about love, duty, family, and hope. Don’t miss this one!

Cameron Diaz, Sofia Vassilieva, and Abigail Breslin in My Sister's Keeper (2009)

My Sister’s Keeper (2009)

Anna Fitzgerald played by Abigail Breslin, is suing her parents for emancipation as she doesn’t want to donate her bone marrow to her critically ill sister? But why? And will her family survive? Find the answers to all this after you watch this heartbreaking and heartwarming picture.

Cameron Diaz, the mother of Abigail’s character, will move you to tears as she struggles to keep both her daughters with her.

The Pursuit of Happyness

The Pursuit of Happyness (2006)

A helpless father played by Will Smith, who after getting evicted from his apartment does everything to ensure his son (Jaden Smith) has the best life. The father-son bond hits the right emotions as we see to what length a father will go to ensure his kid is happy and safe. This one will surely make you call or hug your dad immediately.

Beaches (1988)

Beaches (1988)

Any movie about strong friendship makes me bawl like a baby. If you are the same, this movie should be on your to-watch list. Barbara Hershey and Bette Midler star as two childhood best friends who have a strong friendship throughout their life, though not without its ups and downs.

Don’t miss out on this as even the soundtrack will move you to tears.


Stepmom (1988)

Julia Roberts and Susan Sarandon star in this epic movie, which follows a couple, co-parenting their kids after a divorce. But what happens when a third person enters, and a heart-wrenching twist comes? Find out yourself as this is one movie you will watch again and again.

Oh! Also, you might wanna call your mom after watching this!


The Lion King

Oh! Come on! It’s a classic and a family movie that your kids will love. The story of Simba finding his path in life is both funny and heartwarming. A lot of scenes in this movie will make you cry. Watch the old 1994 version of this movie that is better than the recent ones.

Get ready for an emotional roller-coaster ride with these sensitive and riveting movies.

Your Comments / What Do You Think ?

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.