Dare you NOT to cry!
We love Disney movies for their happy endings and nostalgic feelings.
And sure, we’ve shed a few tears here and there as a kid and likely as an adult. But the endings are always happy!
But have you ever stopped to consider how brutally agonizing some of these scenes actually are? Probably not.
“You said you’d always be there for me, but you’re not”
— Simba, The Lion King
“Bad things happen and you can’t do anything about it.”
— Timon, The Lion King
“You never forget kids like Emily, or Andy, but they forget you” — Jessie, Toy Story 2
“The human world … it’s a mess.” -Sebastian, The Little Mermaid
“But if you want to leave, you can. I’ll remember you though. I remember everyone that leaves” — Lilo, Lilo & Stitch
“Please don’t go away. Please? No one’s ever stuck with me for so long before.” — Dory, Finding Nemo
“Goodbye may seem forever, farewell is like the end, but in my heart is a memory and there you’ll always be.” — Widow Tweed, The Fox And The Hound
“The evil queens are the princesses that were never saved.” — Angelina Jolie, Maleficent
“Never say goodbye, because saying goodbye means going away, and going away means forgetting” — Peter Pan, Peter Pan
“It’s just that I’m not sure I fit in here. There’s no one I can really talk to.” — Belle, Beauty and the Beast
“All my life I was told I was nothing” — Cinderella
“He has those ears that only a mother could love.” — Dumbo
“The colder the winter, the warmer the spring. The deeper the sorrow, the more our hearts sing." — Bambi
“Maybe I just wanted to look in the mirror and see someone worthwhile. But I was wrong, I see nothing!” — Mulan
“He took me in when no one else would. I am a monster, you know.” — Quasimodo, Hunchback of Notre Dame
“Don’t worry about me. Go and enjoy yourself. I’ll stay here and be miserable.” — Eeyore
“Take her to the moon for me, okay?” — Bing Bong, Inside Out