This list, below, is practically made for you, a person who enjoys crying in their free time (it’s okay, we do too). Ahead, films are now streaming on Netflix and are perfect for putting you in your feelings.
Silver Linings Playbook (2012)
While you won’t be bawling your eyes out every minute of this movie, Silver Linings Playbook knows how to strike a chord within you, especially if you have loved ones who struggle with mental illness. Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper’s chemistry is undeniable and will have you believing in the power of love by the end of the film.
Kiss & Cry (2017)
Based on a true story, Kiss & Cry tells the story of Carley Allison, an 18-year-old figure skater who’s diagnosed with cancer, but refuses to lose her positive outlook on life despite how serious her illness is.
Marriage Story (2019)
Netflix’s Marriage Story, which focuses on a couple struggling to navigate a brutal, bicoastal divorce, is the second kind.
Mr. Sunshine (2018)
Mr. Sunshine needs to be added to your list immediately. Starring prominent actors such as Lee Byung-hun, Kim Tae-ri, and Yoo Yeon-seok, the 24-episode Korean drama follows the journey of a Joseon expat who is forced to reconcile with his painful past when he returns home during the late 1870s as a captain of the U.S. Marine Corps. He falls in love with a young woman from a traditional family who represents everything he hates about Joseon, and together, they fight for the future of their homeland.
The Theory of Everything (2014)
Based on the memoir Travelling to Infinity: My Life with Stephen, The Theory of Everything depicts the extraordinary love between famed physicist Stephen Hawking and his wife Jane. Their meet-cute took place at a party at the University of Cambridge, where Stephen studied physics and Jane majored in literature. As the years passed, the pair grew closer and closer, the love between them beating the odds even as a neurological disease ravaged Stephen’s body.
Rose and Jack’s love story in The Titanic is one for the ages, but once the ship hits the iceberg, prepare to go through a few boxes of tissues. Need we say more?