The Academy Prizes, Popularly known as the Oscars, are awards given in the film industry for artistic and technical achievement. Many consider them to be the most prestigious and significant prizes in the global entertainment industry.. This award was established in 1929 to recognize the best film on a global scale. In this article, we will discuss the ten saddest films which are Oscar-winning films.
1. TITANIC: I don’t need to tell you about this epic film that made almost all of us cry. It has been 20 years since the release of this marvelous production, and we can rarely forget any scene of it, and also its music. The fact that it is based on a true-life incident makes it sadder and so does Jack’s love story. This movie will always be in our hearts no matter how many years have passed.
2. American Beauty: This epic saga will have you in tears the entire time. This epic movie includes dark humor and an emotional story that depicts the reality of life. This movie perfectly displays difficult emotions, such as depression, anxiety, etc. And if you love emotional movies, it is a must-watch.
3. Million Dollar Baby: This movie is made for those who are stubborn about finding the meaning of their life. It shows the story of a girl who overcame all challenges and made a name for herself by achieving a title in one of the most significant boxing events. Her journey will undoubtedly bring tears to your eyes.
4. Kramer vs. Kramer is a 1979 American drama film that depicts the heartbreaking narrative of a divorce and custody struggle from the perspective of the adults. It was based on Avery Corman’s 1977 novel of the same name. Robert Benton directed this masterpiece.
5. The film Forrest Gump follows the life events of a person with the same name as the film’s title. Is Forrest intended to realize his destiny and be with Jenny on this life-changing journey? Well, let’s forget about the end and appreciate this masterpiece for its class.
6. Gone with the Wind, an American epic film released in 1939, became one of the most well-known and popular films. The movie, Gone with the Wind was the first color film to win the best picture, and Hattie McDaniel was the first African American to be nominated for and win an Oscar. This 1939 picture is a love story like no other, particularly regarding catastrophic, heartbreaking relationships.
7. “The Bridge on the River Kwai” is a fascinating storey that has been beautifully put together and handled with finesse in every field. Its popularity originates only in part from the box office success of William Holden and, to a lesser extent, Alec Guinness. What raises “Kwai” to the level of artistic and commercial accomplishment for producer Sam Spiegel is the riveting entertainment it provides, including several scenes that will go down in film history as among the best.
8. All Quiet On Western Front is an English-language film, produced in the United States, is based on a novel by German author Erich Maria Remarque. The film depicts a group of German schoolboys persuaded to serve at the start of World War I by their jingoistic teacher.
9. 12 Years a Slave: In 1841, two white men kidnapped and forced Solomon Northup, an African-American free man, into slavery. He endures the rigors of slavery at the hands of several different slave owners. Nevertheless, Northup must survive and take his 12 years as a slave via faith, willpower, and courage.
10. Schindler’s List: The actual story of Czech-born Oskar Schindler, a businessman who tried to earn a fortune during WWII by exploiting cheap Jewish labor but ended up impoverished after saving over 1000 Polish Jews from imminent death during the Holocaust.