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    Quote Originally Posted by DarrellH View Post
    primarily, because the best actress in the movie dies.
    ...in what has to be one of the longest death scenes in movie history!

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    I dunno, Boromir in the first LOTR movie comes close.

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    I love The Petrified Forest with a young Bette Davis and a dreamy Leslie Howard. I found it several months ago on Comcast's TCM OnDemand and I had no idea that it was a sad movie. Not til it was almost over did I realize it was going to be a sad ending. Howard's character is a lot like

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    which leads me to another movie I love that's quite sad, A Tale of Two Cities with Ronald Coleman.

    I also truly appreciate Holocaust movies and am thankful they exist.

    -Bridget
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    Star wars episode III: Revenge of the Sith was a very sad movie, and it was well done.

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