the-saddest-movie-ever

If I Stay

I recently watched the saddest movie ever: If I stay. It is no secret that I am quite sensitive when it comes to sad lovestorys and all that, but I never expected that a movie could upset me so much like this one did.
When I watch a movie, I dive in deeply into the story and ignore everything around me. And this time, I almost cried through the whole movie.
Depite all the tears, I still loved it. Also.. can we just appreciate how hot Jamie Blackley is in this movie??

If you are sensitive like me when it comes to movies, please prepare to cry and have some tissues nearby when you watch it. If you are not that into movies, you should definetely read the book by Gayle Forman.

a collection of things my 85 year old grandmother has said in the last 24 hours
  • on the westminster dog show: I pick my favourite dog and if it doesn't win? I cry.
  • on the film "Lion": That was the saddest movie I've ever seen. Let's watch it again. Right now.
  • on her favourite bottle of white wine: I like this one in particular because it never makes me feel drunk - just nice.
  • on her cashmere poncho: I like to wear it around the house. But I don't ever wear it out because I think it's too pretentious, you know?
  • on true happiness: I'm very simple - all I need is my iPad and a wi-fi connection.
  • on limited-run British tv series: I hate them because I love them so much and then they're just... over. Just like that. Gone too soon.
5

Saddest movie ever oh my..
It’s called A Girl Like Her
I suggest everyone go n watch this because it has an amazing message and story

2

(Requested by Anon)

Your body shook with silent sobs as you watched the credits roll across the screen. This was possibly the saddest and most touching movie you had ever seen. If you were human your eyes would be soaked with tears.

The door to your room opened and one of your masters stood in the doorway. “Y/N, I was wondering where you were.” Aro stopped and in seconds he was in front of you, his eyes narrowed as he took in your trembling form. “What has gotten into you?” He questioned.

You pointed to the television, which was playing The Bucket List for the second time. “This is a really sad movie.” You explained.

Your master sat next to you and frowned at the television. “It’s a human movie. What could possibly be so sad? They do not know the true ways of the world.” He reminded. While he was right, you still liked to lose yourself and pretend like you were human again. Watching movies that made you feel things reminded you that you weren’t a monster.

“It’s just sad is all. The main characters die in the end and it’s just so… well, I grew attached to the characters.” You knew he wouldn’t understand. He, along with most of the other members, liked to live the lives of immortals, which meant they didn’t care for humans other than when they were thirsty.

The room was silent as Aro thought about how he was going to reply. “At least you aren’t the one who is dead.” He offered. Your lips twitched when you thought about the irony. “Master Aro, we are dead.” You reminded.

Your master rolled his eyes. “Y/N, I mean dead-dead.” You couldn’t help it, you started laughing at how childish your master sounded.

“Right, at least I’m not dead-dead.” You repeated.

Ask me | Movies and TV series
MOVIES
1. My favorite live-action movie
2. My favorite animated movie
3. My favorite Disney movie
4. A funny movie I would recommend
5. The scariest movie I ever watched
6. My favorite Tim Burton movie
7. The worst movie I ever watched
8. The movie I watched the most times (and how many times)
9. Ever watched a bollywood movie?
10. A non-American movie I recommend
11. My favorite movie ost
12. My favorite super-hero movie (can be live-action or animated)
13. My favorite Studio Ghibli movie
14. Last movie I watched in theaters
15. My favorite childhood movie
16. The saddest movie I ever watched
17. The weirdest movie I ever watched
18. A movie I watched with talking animals
19. Favorite movie series
20. Favorite movie that came out this year

TV SERIES/ANIME
21. A tv series/anime you want to watch again
22. The funniest tv series/anime you've watched
23. Your favorite tv series/anime intro
24. Your top 5 favorite tv series/animes
25. The last tv series/anime you watched
26. Fave american tv show
27. Fave anime
28. Fave cartoon (that is not japanese)
29. Fave american tv series of the year
30. Fave animes or/and cartoons of the year
31. Shows I am currently watching:
32. Shows I regret watching
33. Longest show I've watched
34. Any show(s) I've watched that start with the letter "A"?
35. Favorite actors from an american show:
36. Favorite anime characters:
37. Least favorite actors from an american show:
38. Least favorite anime characters:
39. My otps (from any kind of tv series):
40. Tv series or/and anime with the best official soundtrack:

whizardwheezes  asked:

Azalea and Calla Lily? :)♡

Sure thing!!

Azalea: What’s a movie you cried while watching?
Damn, that’s a hard question. Basically all the HP movies from the 5th on, lots of Marvel and Disney movies…one that I was thinking about earlier today was the TMNT 2014 reboot at the end where Leo was like, ‘anything you have to get off your chests?’ And Mikey was like 'I so did not understand the ending of Lost’ and Donnie, 'I’M THE ONE WHO LICKS THE FROSTING OFF THE POPTARTS THEN PUTS THEM BACK!!“ And then Raph said he loved them….and omfg I’m crying thinking about it right now…I also cried in the sequel when Raph smiled because HE’S SO PURE AND I LOVE HIM SO MUCH!!! But I think the saddest movie I ever watched was Graveyard of the Fireflies, or something like that, and honestly I cried so much.

Calla Lily: If you died right now what song would you have played at your funeral?
Ooh, interesting! I’m split between Under Pressure (Queen) or Immortals (Fall Out Boy) or Dream On (Aerosmith), but realistically I would probably play I’m Yours (Jason Mraz) because it’s the only song that can make me smile anytime I hear it, because it’s just so pure and happy!

Akiyuki Nosaka, writer of Graveyard of the Fireflies, died yesterday in Tokyo. Graveyard is probably one of the saddest movies I’ve ever seen, animated or live action. I’ve watched it several times over the years and I’ve never viewed it without crying. I recently bought it on blu-ray because I wanted to own it, support Ghibli by purchasing a hard copy of the film, but I’ve yet to even break the wrapping on it. I don’t know if I could handle it right now but I highly recommend watching it at least once if you haven’t seen it yet.