While we love a good happy ending, we don't always get one -- even when it comes to movies. Here are 13 movies that always have us reaching for a box of tissues.
'The Notebook' (2004)
This movie is a freaking emotional rollercoaster ride that makes you wonder if they're going to really end up together. But it's what happens after that part that really gets our tear ducts working.
'Fried Green Tomatoes' (1991)
While the romance in this movie is way more subtle than the rest on this list, we all know what is happening here. After enduring a film filled with abusive husbands, terminal illnesses, and letters that read "I will always love you," you'll feel like you have no more tears left.
Try to listen to "Unchained Melody" without bursting into a heavy sob. We'll never be able to say "ditto" again.
'A Walk to Remember' (2002)
Nicholas Sparks does it again. If this man had a nickel for every tear he made someone cry, he would be the richest man in the entire universe. You're not allowed to kill Mandy Moore!
You didn't think you'd make it through this list without seeing "Titanic" on here, did you? Just the beginning notes of "My Heart Will Go On" get us all choked up.
'Love Story' (1970)
The movie that started it all, really. "Love Story" tugs on your heartstrings so much, you'll probably need a week to recover.
'Brokeback Mountain' (2005)
"Tell you what... the truth is... sometimes I miss you so much I can hardly stand it..." CAN'T. STOP. CRYING.
A movie that gives us a happy ending, just to rip it from our hands and replace it with sadness. Next time, we'd rather be blissfully unaware of the truth.
'P.S. I Love You' (2007)
Yes, we know this movie got terrible reviews and it really isn't that great, but it still hits you right in the feels. There's something about a letter from a dead boyfriend that turns you into a ball of weepiness.
'Moulin Rogue!' (2001)
When we first saw this movie, we thought we were getting music, bright colors, and a beautiful love story. Yes, we did get all those things, but, in the end, we also got kicked right in the heart.
'Remember Me' (2010)
We don't remember most of this movie, but we do remember soaking our movie theater popcorn in tears.
'The Fault in Our Stars' (2014)
Going into this movie, you know someone is going to die. It's a movie about teens with cancer, for crying out loud. But when we lost the optimistic and charming Augustus Waters (Ansel Elgort), we knew what true loss felt like. Okay? Okay.