#1
What's a good movie, kind of like The Bucket List, Seven Pounds, or Reign O'er Me?

You know those depressing movies, those are my favorite


any suggestions?
#2
depressing? Requiem for a Dream...the best movie you'll never want to watch again
#3
John Q
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I herd u liek t3h chick movies
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The Pursuit of Happiness
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#7
A Beautiful Mind is an amazing, amazing movie. Also horribly depressing for most of it. It's the only movie I've ever felt an emotional attachment to (for lack of a better phrase); I'm about as unemotional as you can get, keep in mind.

Also, I was under the impression that The Bucket List only got sad at the end or so.
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The Pursuit of Happiness



I love that movie too, I just didn't feel like posting two will smith movies
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depressing? Requiem for a Dream...the best movie you'll never want to watch again



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I Am Legend is extremely depressing.

+1 and the pursuit of happiness.
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suicide is extremely depressing, so is domestic violence and rape

think about it
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Good Will Hunting? In my opinion that's what the movies you mentioned WANT to be.
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Requiem for a Dream...the best movie you'll never want to watch again


Ha, that's probably the best way to describe it. Requiem is awesome, but I very rarely break it out for repeat viewings. It just kills your mood for the rest of the day. The Pianist is also a pretty depressing movie.
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John Q


wasn't that depressing, was it? Plus, it inspired some awesome Ludacris rhymes:

"I kick ta fif gear n' tear tha road APART
U be like lil John Q n' get a change of HEART"
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#21
My best bets, and although they are more of cult films, would be Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and perhaps A Clockwork Orange

Have fun trying to understand the latter
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My best bets, and although they are more of cult films, would be Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and perhaps A Clockwork Orange

Have fun trying to understand the latter



Haha I have seen fear and loathing, I think it's hilarious

different stroke for different folks I guess


Requiem isn't on watch-movies.net

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Haha I have seen fear and loathing, I think it's hilarious

different stroke for different folks I guess


Requiem isn't on watch-movies.net

=(

Yeah, i've seen fear and loathing, it is hilarious, but over all kinda heavy if you watch it the amount of times I have.....
I also read the book, and got a shirt with Hunter S Thompson on it... its become a kind of obsession....the sequel to it is coming out soon.....
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wasn't that depressing, was it? Plus, it inspired some awesome Ludacris rhymes:

"I kick ta fif gear n' tear tha road APART
U be like lil John Q n' get a change of HEART"

i really liked that movie
Not that depressing, but still
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#26
Also, try Awake; the one with Alba.... kinda deep, gets you thinking about life
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