18 Shockingly Offensive TV Shows That Would Never See The Light Of Day

When was the last time you needed to grab a box of tissues and have a good cry over a popular tearjerker film?

If you’re up for one of those heart-squeezing sessions, here are the heartbreaking movies you can check out.

1. Manchester By The Sea (2016)

"Manchester by the Sea" by Kenneth Lonergan follows a depressed man caring for his nephew after his brother's death, addressing grief, PTSD, guilt, and depression.

2. Requiem For A Dream (2000)

"Requiem For A Dream" explores the devastating impact of drug addiction on four characters, both physically and emotionally.

3. Dancer In The Dark (2000)

"Dancer In The Dark," a musical melodrama starring musician Bjork, tells the tale of a factory worker and her efforts to save money for her son's life-saving operation.

4. Grave Of The Fireflies (1998)

Studio Ghibli's "Grave Of The Fireflies" is a Japanese war tragedy film that follows two siblings struggling as war orphans during the end of World War II.

Hachi: A Dog’s Tale (2009)

This 2009 American drama remake of the Japanese movie Hachiko Monogatari, Hachiko: A Dog’s Tale narrates the true story of Hachiko, an Akita dog who lived from 1923 to 1935.