1) Theory of Everything (2014)

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Oh god,I don’t even know where to start. This movie means so much to me. I have so many favourite scenes from the movie but whenever I here the the lines, ‘’ I have loved you. I did my best.’’, I can’t help but tearing up. Their facial expressions, their voices… It’s all perfect. Felicity and Eddie truly did a magnificent job with this one. And of course, we shouldn’t forget the incredible soundtrack. ‘’Arrival of the Birds’’ and ‘’A Model of the Universe’’ by Jóhann Jóhannsson are my favourite songs from this soundtrack. I love this movie so much but watching it without crying is almost imposibble for me.

2) Dead Poets Society (1989)
_One of my favourite movies of all time. I remember the first time I watched this movie, it was 5 in the morning, the sun was rising and I was crying my eyes out, looking at a computer screen. Now, everytime I watch this I feel so bad for Neil and then I remember that a pure soul like Robin is also gone forever and my crying just gets worse. My favourite scene is probably where Todd reads his poem in front of everyone. The way Keating pushes him to the edge of his imagination is, I think one of the most beautiful scenes in the movie history. Plus, this was the movie that made me fall in love with literature and poetry so its place is very close to my heart.

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3) Schindler's List (1993) I don't know whether I should hate or love my uncle for making me watch this masterpiece. Also, the fact that they used red as the only bright colour in the movie makes it even more intriguing for me. Every second of it causes me so much pain for not being able to help to those who died just because of their beliefs. If I had to describe this movie, the words I would use are: monstrous, incredibly cruel and heart wrenching. No one deserves to suffer or die because of their beliefs and ideas. My favourite scene from this movie is when Oscar starts to cry and say ''I could have done more.'',it just takes my breath away. It's so hard to watch but definitely worth it.
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4) Now Is Good (2012) I swear this movie will be the death of me. The first ten minutes of the movie I thought ''Huh, this is gonna be just like Fault In Our Stars'', which I was an idiot to think that, because in my opinion this is much better. And I should've watched this before that. Anyways, the story is about a sick girl who has a list of things to do before she dies. I mean a lot of people must have that kind of a list but obviously this one is much more meaningful because her days are numbered. While she's trying to complete her list, she starts to fall in love with Jeremy Irvine's character, Adam (which I accidentally did the same thing). What I love about this movie is that It feels real. It doesn't feel like a forced love story, it feels totally natural and heartbreaking and that's what makes this film great. The fact that this movie also focuses on her relationship with her parents and her little brother makes it even better because usually they focus too much on the main character's relationship with her/his love interest in this kind of movies and I'm not a big fan of that. So yeah, a great movie to watch when you need a good cry.

Okay guys, I'll definitely make a second part of this list because sometimes I feel like I need to get those tears out of my system and I feel like I'm not the only one, so if you haven't watched any of these movies you should give it a try and enjoy your time of bawling your eyes out. Also don't forget your tissues!