Movies, more often than not have something to tell us. Some movies are purely for entertainment, while some tend to convey a deep message. Such kind of films usually speak to us, leaving us with mixed feelings. These films tend to be such gems in the world of cinema, with such a beautiful story to tell, they bring tears to our eyes. The dialogues, the cinematography and the performances in such films make us want to delve deep into the film. We definitely can relate to such type of films that are not only made beautifully, but also leaves us with bittersweet emotions.
Here are a few such movies that have stayed with us long after we finished watching them and left us with mixed emotions.
The Terminal (2004)
A movie packed with equal doses of hilarity, entertainment and melancholy. Tom Hanks plays Victor Novarski, an Eastern immigrant who arrives at JFK airport to find his government collapsed and his papers invalid. Tom Hanks owned the role of an almost homeless, "countryless" man forced to make the airport his temporary home.
Manchester by the Sea (2016)
A young, confused Lee Chandler (Casey Affleck) is called upon to take care of his nephew as his guardian after the death of his brother. The nephew being a teenager, relates to his uncle since they are pretty close to each other. This film stands apart with its beautiful direction and the way in which relationships are explored.
Hachi: A Dog's Tale (2009)
Professor Parker (Richard Gere) finds an abandoned dog and takes it home with the intent of finding its owner. When nobody claims the dog, he names him Hachiko. The man and his best friend show the world what loyalty really means.
P.S. I Love You (2007)
A heart-wrenching story filled with hope brilliantly shows the silence and pain that follows after the death of a beloved. Holly (Hillary Swank) and Gerry (Gerard Butler) are a married couple madly in love with each other. Gerry loses his life to an illness and Holly is nudged forward towards life by letters from Gerry left behind to guide her through her sorrow and help her move on.
Me Before You (2016)
Lou Clark (Emilia Clarke) is like sunshine, a bright presence throughout the movie who loses her job and signs up to take care of Will Traynor (Sam Claflin). Will who has been left paralyzed after a motorcycle accident, loses the desire of living until he meets Lou, played by Emilia.
Can you recollect any movie among your favorites that you know will not leave a single dry eye in the house? Let us know in the comments below.