Video: Movies are supposed to make you feel something. The best ones can deliver scenes that make you feel all sorts of emotions through the fiction. CineFix cooked up a list of 10 of the most emotional movie scenes of all time — but really, it's a dive that goes so much deeper than that, because it takes a look at all the ways movies deliver all kinds of feelings. Loss, happiness, a sense of longing, glee, victory... feeling emotions like that is why we watch movies in the first place. The video is really long, but man, after watching it you'll want to re-watch so many movies again.
10 Of The Most Emotional Movie Scenes Of All Time
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