Let’s get real: At the moment, life is tough. We can assure you that if you feel emotional, anxious and angry, you ‘re not alone-and sometimes it ‘s hard to let all of those emotions out. When you’re searching for an outlet for the pent-up feelings and really want to pass the day with a plain old cry, we’ve wrapped you up. We have got you our favorite entertainment platforms

1. Green Mile, 1999

Who: Tom Hanks, Michael Clarke Duncan
What: Some of Stephen King’s most impressive versions, Green Mile portrays Paul Edgecomb (Hanks), the head guard of a jail where John Coffey – a black man convicted of murdering two teenage girls – is an prisoner. Given his brute might, Paul soon learns that John is innocent, gentle and caring – and has a divine ability – and starts to wonder whether he can really destroy.

Weepy Rating: You don’t have a heart if you don’t come out of this with a lump in your throat and your eyes seriously puffy.

2. Revolutionary Road, 2009

Who: Leonardo Dicaprio, Kate Winslet
What: Revolutionary Route, uniting Leo and Kate twelve years after Titanic, tracks husband wife Frank and April Wheeler in the 1950s as they purchase a house in Connecticut and are faced with the conventionality of the suburbs, the weakening of their creative spirits and the unraveling of their family while struggling to raise two sons.

Weepy Rating: There is some material that is brilliantly produced, but very grim. You are alerted.

3. Titanic, 1997

Who: Leonardo Dicaprio and Kate Winslet
What: Do you have to tell the storyline right? Well it includes a port, Kate Winslet posing nude for a picture, Leonardo Dicaprio in his PRIME and plenty of water running in both senses of the word.

Weepy Rating: We have lost count of how many times we have cried at this movie.

4. If Beale Street Could Talk, 2018

IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK KiKi Layne as Tish and Stephan James as Fonny Tatum Mangus/Annapurna Pictures

Who: KiKi Layne, Stephan James, Regina King
What: Barry Jenkin ‘s portrayal of a young woman trying to prove her husband innocent of a crime in the early 1970s Harlem won an actress in a supporting role in the Academy Award for Best Actress

(With Regina King).Weepy Rating: The tears will be streaming long after the credits roll.

5. The Pianist, 2002

Who: Adrien Brody, Emilia Fox and Maureen Lipman
What: Focusing on a renowned Jewish polish pianist played by Adrien Brody – a role he won his Oscar for – this is a heartbreaking look at one family’s struggles during the second world war.
Weepy Rating: It’s a 3 hour tour de force of emotions.

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