… But That I Love Watching Anyway.
These films aren’t in any particular order. Although Titanic is my favourite film, the others were just as I thought of them. I’d recommend all these films, however, if you’re not good with sad films, then maybe you shouldn’t watch them… I personally think though that if a film makes me cry, it must have been brilliantly done.
- Titanic (1997) – My absolute favourite film. I have no idea why when it makes me bawl my eyes out. But it’s a film that I will continue to watch over and over again. I used to watch it every holiday, and I’d get annoyed if my brothers tried to ruin it for me.
- War Horse (2011) – I try not to cry at this film. I really do. But because you get to know Albert and Joey so well, it’s really quite difficult not to cry. It is an amazing film though, and I love watching it.
- Black Beauty (1994) – Just, poor Black Beauty. He really did suffer a bit. Although I cry and the end, which isn’t actually the sad bit?
- The Notebook (2004) – Such a great love story. Why wouldn’t you want to watch this film over and over again?
- Les Miserables (2012) – I like singing along. Although towards the end, I usually struggle. Actually, I cry at quite a lot of it. When I saw it at the cinema, I was crying before the events happened, because I’d read the book and knew what happened.
- Life is Beautiful (1997) – This film is beautiful and so moving. I’ve technically only seen this once, but I’d love to watch it again as it really captivated me.
- The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas (2008) – Bruno is a dear. And Shmuel. I had read the book for this too, so I knew what was going to happen but it didn’t make it any easier. But it’s such a heartfelt story, and it shows the German side during the Second World War.
- Marley & Me (2008) – This is just sad. But with the sad times, there were good times too.
- P.S. I Love You (2007) – Gerard Butler. Oh, and Irish accents. Enough said.
- Atonement (2007) – Another film set in WW2. I seem to like these ones. Atonement is just… I don’t really know how to put it. It’s a great film though even if it makes me cry.