1. In the movie Open Waters 2:Adrift, the man Dan uses his knife to place a footholder in the boat. He keeps his hands over it, slicing them open so the woman can climb up him to get to her child. That scene every time just hits me in the chest everytime. Also this scene just REALLy affects me, I want to cry.
2. The scene where Kim is dancing in the "snow" Edward is creating for her using the ice sculpture. I LOVE it so much, it really impacts me. 3. SPOILER:
The ending to "The Mist" where David shoots the 2 old people, his mistress and his young son. He gets out of the car for the creatures to kill him, only for the military to come save him and his agonizing scream just rips a hole in my heart.
For ME, those 3.5 scenes just give me such intense feelings, agony and sadness for the 1st and 3rd, love and beauty and freedom in the 2nd.
This scene from Band of Brothers when they find one of the first concentration camps and they see the horror of what the Nazi's were doing to them. It's particular intense and sad for me because my people were one of the groups, one of the first groups persecuted before the Jews and knowing they were victims of this kind of savagery and brutality... it's sad to say the least and is one of the few movie scenes that will actually make me cry. https://youtu.be/sHcJtU9dr6I
Scenes like in the movie THE FIGHTER when Mark Wahlberg's character is losing the fight and than he suddenly turns it around and knocks the other guy out. They're dumb cheesy, but still. But with books, the book ALL THE BRIGHT PLACES I knew how it was going to end, but still when the big reveal happens, like 20 pgs before the end, I threw the book across the room and was like “No, no, I won't accept this!" It took me an entire day before I picked up the book and read those last 20 or so pages.
Braveheart. After the battle of stirling he's covered in blood on the battlefield. He looks over his troops with a look of rage on his face, raises his broadsword above his head and screams in victory. I swear i nearly came when i first seen that
Only two film scenes that have gotten an inkling of emotion from me. Toy Story 3 when Andy plays with his toys for one last time, and the ending of The Greatest Game Ever Played when the shot turns to his dad in the crowd... Just thinking about the latter actually got me a bit tingly, as corny as that sounds. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=13ylVfXVHLo
This isn't a movie, but the scene for the video for My Chemical Romance's song The Ghost Of You where Mikey Dies always makes me tear up. He looks so genuinely lost and hurt, it just takes my breathe away
It has be from the movie Lovely Bones when Susie Salmon realizes she is dead. When she yells out for her dad to come and rescue her but he suddenly disappears, it wasn't real, it was only an illusion. All the scenes where she goes to the familiar empty places , to look for someone she knows are an illusion as well. Her family can't find her since she is dead. When her soul wakes up in this surreal bright place in between heaven and earth impacted me as well, will I experiance the same thing as Susie Salmon when I die?