THE MOST EMOTIONALLY DEVASTATING PIXAR SCENES, RANKED.
If you’re looking at something to majorly tug on your heart-strings today, look no further. Here are eight of the SADDEST Pixar scenes to date. Have some tissues ready. Full article here: http://bit.ly/1Ok28wn
- •Wall-E loses his memory, Wall-EAfter Wall-E sacrifices himself to save THE HUMAN RACE, his memory is reset and when he wakes up he doesn’t recognize his lady-robot, Eve. She’s devastated, and we know this because all the emotions are contained in her robot face. She begs him desperately to remember, but he can’t.
- •Buzz Lightyear tries to fly, Toy StoryThe Randy Newman song, “I Will Go Sailing No More” kicks in, and Buzz takes a giant leap from the top of the stairs…. and down, down he falls. He’s not a flying toy.
- •Jessie feels unwanted, Toy Story 2Jessie the Yodeling Cowgirl, had the BEST life living with her own Emily. That is, until Emily grows up, Jessie gets forgotten about, and is eventually left by the side of the road in a box of donations. Cue the tears.
- •Merida can’t change her mom back, BraveEven though Merida does what she needs to do to bring her mom back, it doesn’t work. She collapses into a hysterical heap in front of her mother (who is still a bear) and cries.
- •Sulley says goodbye to Boo, Monsters Inc.When Boo opens her closet door, to scare “Kitty” and doesn’t find Sulley there, it’s just ALL THE FEELS.
- •Andy gives away his toys, Toy Story 3Andy has a REAL HARD TIME handing over Woody, because this is the last part of his childhood he’s letting go. And Andy whispers, “Thanks guys.” Woody whispers, “so long partner.” We’d whisper something, too, but no one would be able to hear it over the tears.
- •Bing Bong, Inside OutDid you leave the theater desperately trying to figure out if you had ever Bing Bong’ed one of your imaginary friends? Did you feel like an awful person for a little bit, because there were parts of your own childhood that had fallen into the memory dump, and maybe that’s where your Bing Bong friend was hanging out for all of eternity? Are you positive that your imaginary Bing Bong would have sacrificed himself to save you? Are you crying again?
- •The beginning, UpThe beginning of Up is a movie in itself. It tells the whole story of Carl and Ellie, from their first meeting to their last. We see the ups and downs of their life together, through sickness and health. Their story is by no means tragic, because both live very full and wonderful lives. But it’s gut-wrenching to watch Carl lose Ellie before they can take their trip to Paradise Falls, something they’ve been planning their whole lives.