A little while ago, we shared what Redditors believed were some of the saddest lines of TV and movie dialogue. The BuzzFeed commenters chimed in with their own suggestions; here are 17 monologues or single lines that always make them feel like they have something in their eye.
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When Vision offers this comforting take on loss to Wanda in WandaVision.
When Will asks Uncle Phil this heartbreaking question about his father on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
When Simon’s mother says this to him after he comes out in Love, Simon.
When the 10th Doctor says this just before he regenerates in Doctor Who.
When M’Lynn breaks down over the death of her daughter Shelby in Steel Magnolias.
When Bruno attempts to explain himself to Mirabel in Encanto.
When Bucky starts to remember who Captain America is, prompting his handlers to painfully wipe his memory in Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
When Sam makes this promise to Frodo in The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King.
When Red reflects on the escape of his friend Andy in The Shawshank Redemption.
When Bart is devastated to discover that he still failed the one test he actually studied for in The Simpsons.
When Haley tells her husband her final wishes just before she is killed by the Reaper in Criminal Minds.
When Aragorn gives the hobbits the respect they deserve in The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King.
When Bing Bong says goodbye to Joy and broke the world’s collective heart in Inside Out.
When a devastated Neil says this to his mother about his performance in a play prior to his death by suicide in Dead Poets Society.
When Pepper reassures a dying Tony that everyone would be alright without him in Avengers: Endgame.
When the other Avengers showed up to the climactic battle in Avengers: Endgame.
And finally: When Flynn/Eugene told Rapunzel this while he was on the verge of death in Tangled.
Which devastating lines did we miss? Tell us about them in the comments!