Titanic: The masterwork of James Cameron is an epic in every meaning of the word, be it duration, scope, or intensity.
Schindler's List: The Holocaust is portrayed in a gruesome and unsettling way by Steven Spielberg, showcasing both the best and worst aspects of human nature.
Life is Beautiful: Both joyful and heartbreaking, Life is Beautiful. The story of the Italian film centers on Guido, a Jewish father who shields his young son from.
Grave of the Fireflies: Grave of the Fireflies, a devastating experience from Studio Ghibli, is praised as one of the best war films ever made.
Up: Even though Pixar's Up is a masterpiece from beginning to end, its brilliant first ten minutes will leave audiences in tears.
Bridge to Terabithia: Although Bridge to Terabithia is a family film that celebrates the value of friendship and children, its themes of suffering and grief are extremely serious and nuanced.
Lion: Lion is based on the amazing true story of Saroo, an Indian boy adopted by an Australian couple after he is taken from his family when he is a small child.
A Star Is Born: Over the years, a number of A Star Is Born films have been released, but none are as iconic and as heartbreaking as Bradley Cooper's 2018 version.