It's Monday. Do you really need another reason to cry?
Probably not. But just in case you're as sadistic as YouTube user Burger Fiction, here are 27.
Yep, the user in question pulled together more than two dozen of the saddest film scenes of all time and turned them into depressing supercut that, try as we might, we can't look away from.
You should know going in that these aren't "happy-sad" moments. They're just "sad-sad."
There's the heartbreaking piano solo from "Up," followed by Rose telling Jack she'll never let go.
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She does. He dies.
Then there's Bambi searching in vain for his mother in the snow ("Mother? Mother, where are you?") and Simba realizing his Dad's not waking up ("Dad? Dad, come on! You gotta get up!").
If you're not sniffling yet, you heartless monster, you, there's also that scene from "Good Will Hunting" where Robin Williams tells Matt Damon it's not his fault, it's not his fault, it's not his fault as Damon sobs hysterically and collapses in his arms.
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Listen. We'd be lying if we didn't admit we like to get a good cry in every now and again (assuming there's nothing real, specific or consequential we're crying about).
But trust us: You're not going to experience an "every now and again" kind of cry after watching this. One after another of the most viscerally despondent, nostalgia-inducing movie scenes ever filmed are enough to dehydrate a grown man.
Still intrigued? We recommend watching in intervals of 30-seconds and interspersing with some "Seinfeld."