The saddest people I’ve ever met in life are the ones who don’t care deeply about anything at all. Passion and satisfaction go hand in hand, and without them, any happiness is only temporary, because there’s nothing to make it last.
I don’t think that The Fault In Our Stars was “the saddest movie I’ve ever seen”. Personally, I think it was one of the most beautiful movies I’ve seen. I don’t know how to explain it but while the ending was sad, the movie as a whole was just so beautiful and there is honestly no other way I can explain it.
“So did I. But in fact, she is, because she’s on every page of your imagination. You’ll always have her there. Always.”
“But why did she have to die?”
“I don’t know, Peter. When I think of your mother, I will always remember how happy she looked, sitting there in the parlor watching a play about her family, about her boys that never grew up. She went to Neverland. And you can visit her any time you like if you just go there yourself.”
it must really be a lonelier journey than anyone could imagine. cutting through absolute darkness, encountering nothing but the occasional hydrogen atom. flying blindly into the abyss, believing therein lie the answers to the mysteries of the universe.
Hey, guys… I’ve just watched “A walk to remember” for the second time…. and, again, I was crying like a little baby.. this is the saddest movie I’ve ever, ever watched.. and, oh my, it has strong message for all us: every day we have some problems.. they can be small, they can be big… we are angry at our parents when they forbid something to us, or if you are parent, you can be very angry at your child because she/he doesn’t listen, or has bad grades… bigger problems… hmmm… your parents are divorced (like mine… that were the worst moments in my life. I couldn’t go to school, I couldn’t eat, I couldn’t talk with my friends… you migh not believe me, but VA saved me… these books made me smiling…) This movie teached me a lot… I can be happy that I’m still alive and healthy. Because if I am, I can do whatever I want. I can go through all my problems.
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.
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.
pointed to the television, which was playing The Bucket List for the second time. “This is a really sad movie.”
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.
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.
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.
master rolled his eyes. “Y/N, I mean dead-dead.” You couldn’t help it, you
started laughing at how childish your master sounded.
at least I’m not dead-dead.” You repeated.