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From the quirky tales of 'Big Fish', to the slushy romance of 'The Notebook', to the Oscar-winning film 'Good Will Hunting' here's our list of the films most likely to make you cry like a baby.
With the remastered 3D version's release has only served to remind how special a film Titanic is. Jack and Rose's story is just breathtakingly beautiful.
Based on a book by Nicholas Sparks, whose works always get the tears flowing. Miley Cyrus was a revelation as rebellious teen Veronica.
When it's done well, there's nothing more touching than the story of an elderly person telling their life story. Tim Burton's Big Fish is one of the finest examples of that.
One of those films that is both sad and heart-warming at the same time. John melts our hearts when he pays for Savannah's terminally ill husband's care.
Sean Penn was nominated for an Oscar for his turn as Sam, a father with a developmental disorder who loves his daughter - Dakota Fanning - more than anything in the world.
Allie McGraw and Ryan O'Neil made history with this weepiest of weepy films.
It's A Wonderful Life is one of the all time feelgood films because it reminds us that each and every one of us is special.
We don't want to give anything away if you haven't seen it, but Rachel McAdams and Eric Bana really had us reaching for the tissues in this 2009 film!
In 1999, Michael Clarke Duncan stole our hearts as misunderstood John Coffey It's rare that Tom Hanks isn't the focal point of a film he stars in, but Duncan's portrayal of the 'gentle giant' will have you weeping.
If any film defines the word "timeless", it's Bambi. First released in 1942, it remains one of the most enduring tearjerkers of all time. Who knew a film about animals could be more human than most movies about people?
Why is it that films about animals are always so compelling? The ending to Marley & Me, starring Owen Wilson and Jennifer Aniston, is so heart-wrenching we can barely think about it without shedding a tear!
Bette Midler and Barbara Hershey play the two main characters who have an incredibly touching friendship. Four words: Wind Beneath My Wings...
A roller coaster of emotions! We don't want to spoil anything if you haven't seen it, but the clue is in the title.
Tom Hanks' portrayal of Forrest, a simple soul with a pure heart, is surely one of the most emotive in cinema history.
With the help of Pixar, Disney triumphed once more with UP in 2009. You'll be crying before there's been even one line!
One of the most affecting tales of undying love ever, and one that introduced Ryan Gosling to the world! What's not to love?
Stephen Spielberg really tugged at our heartstrings with this magical tale. Simply put, one of the greatest films ever made.
When it comes to tearjerkers, Disney are masters. The Lion King had us in floods of tears! Simba's story, and his relationship with his father Mufasa, is truly special.
The story of a love so great, even death couldn't do it part... Ghost will always be one of our favourite films.
Matt Damon and Ben Affleck became the youngest ever winners of the Best Screenplay gong at the Oscars for their hugely emotive script. Matt Damon is electrifying as Will, a young genius with a troubled background, and Robin Williams gave the performance of his career as Will's mentor.