Originally Posted By: jomuam
Dead Man Walking was a tough watch. Great movie but rough.


I watched Dead Man Walking and Leaving Las Vegas back to back on a Friday/Saturday night one weekend.

I nearly didn't make it to Sunday.

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Originally Posted By: chance
The Old Man brings up an interesting point ? are sad and depressing still two different things? Cause it really doesn?t get more depressing than Leaving Las Vegas.


Sad and depressing definitely not the same.

Sad: Something that evokes the emotion of sadness such as the ending of Old Yeller.

Depressing: Anything that takes away your will to live or see more movies. Like Mystic River or Ingmar Bergman.
Originally Posted By: chance
The Old Man brings up an interesting point ? are sad and depressing still two different things?


Depressing = Old Yeller (Who didnt cry when Old Yeller died?)

Sad = Showgirls (Only movie I ever saw that actually made naked vegas show girls ugly/disgusting....sad, so very sad...I couldnt watch it through to the end, it was that bad).

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Originally Posted By: Gerk
Originally Posted By: chance
The Old Man brings up an interesting point ? are sad and depressing still two different things?


Depressing = Old Yeller (Who didnt cry when Old Yeller died?)

Sad = Showgirls (Only movie I ever saw that actually made naked vegas show girls ugly/disgusting....sad, so very sad...I couldnt watch it through to the end, it was that bad).


Is everything inverted in Canada?
Many movies make me cry, a few make me feel helpless. The latter are the depressing ones.

One that I found dpressingas a teenager is Pink Floyd: The Wall. Watched it with a bunc of friends. Afterward we all felt like jumping out of the window. Have not seen the miovie since.

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The taste of your voice reveals what before was unknown.
Do you ever dream of the world like I do?

Did someone ever seen "Trees Lounge" with Steve Buscemi (featuring Micheal Imperioli and Anthony LaPaglia too)? Really depressing

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...to have just one thing, just one thing in your whole life that you do that makes you proud of yourself, I don't think that's too much for anybody to ask...

When I first watched Fried Green Tomatoes on tv when I was a kid, I completely broke down and started crying when Jessica Tandy's character died. I couldn't finish watching it. Ten years later I saw it on tv again and decided to watch the whole thing this time. Imagine my shock when I learned she didn't actually die.
"In a world gone mad, we will not spank the monkey, but the monkey will spank us."
Originally Posted By: bgboss
Originally Posted By: Russ_B66
The River's Edge nearly took away my will to live.

The one with Crispin Glover and Dennis Hopper? Really?
I spent large amounts of that movie laughing my ass off.


Dennis Hopper had a few funny lines but the rest.....
Originally Posted By: CarolJude
Let It Be is pretty damned depressing. Even the rooftop is sad, because you know how it ends.


I still found it absolutely fascinating the first time I saw it. At college on a big screen no less. It was a great inside look warts and all. At the end I was a little sad but couldn't help but be even more enthusiastic about the Beatles as it turns out they don't all walk on water after all.
Originally Posted By: bobsmo
Originally Posted By: jj74
Did someone ever seen "Trees Lounge" with Steve Buscemi (featuring Micheal Imperioli and Anthony LaPaglia too)? Really depressing


great movie, filmed in my neighborhood.....the 'lounge' is a real place.


My wife generally avoids all films with either Harvey Keitel or Steve Buscemi, and especially any movie that features them both.
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