!! OMG, so sad it’s funny: Little boys crying at the end of a movie !!

Most of us know what it means to be so caught up in the narrative of a movie that we cry when a character, say, dies — and cry these two boys do after recently seeing Odd Life of Timothy Green (Spoiler alert: you will learn something about the end of the movie if you watch this video). My face gets just as puffy, only I’m watching Stepmom. Sob every time!
(via MSN)

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10 Comments on "OMG, so sad it’s funny: Little boys crying at the end of a movie"

  1. I agree with the above comment. What incredibly inappropriate behavior. Frankly, I’m appalled. The parents were actually laughing at the children’s sadness and questions about why things have to die, and filming it and then posting it for the world to see. Parents of the year.

  2. maybe because teaching kids about hell is stupid? why cant you learn to be a good person without having to scare them into being one? Religion is such a joke.

  3. Hey spoiler alert next time…

  4. Thanks, you just spoiled the movie for me, now I am crying.

  5. this is quite appalling actually. shoving a camera in those kids face and snickering invalidates what these kids are feeling. no wonder showing emotion is now frowned upon in society.

  6. What awful people to tape their kids in pain and then put it on the internet for all to see — instead of trying to calm them down, reminding them that it’s a movie, while teaching them about the value of life.
    These parents should have their kids taken away from them.

  7. I’m really pissed that you would spoil the ending of this movie. It hasn’t been out that long. Is it really worth posting some funny viral video that you have to ruin a movie? You could have hinted at what it was and simply added “spoiler alert.” And “watch and read after the jump.”

  8. The kids in the video and markie down below: both drinking Kool-Aid, just two different kinds. A little extreme in your assessment, Markie. I think it’s a little unfair to assume all that about these kids’ lives based on a 2 1/2 minute video clip of them at a bad moment. Although I will agree our culture is, in general, way too obsessed with media and doesn’t allot time for the important stuff.

  9. Ummm…might want to post that this is a spoiler…I haven’t seen the movie and was planning on it. Kinda ruined the ending for me 🙂

  10. Here are two kids brought up by ‘modern’ parents. Instead of communicating with them, they let the kids zone out on movies, which are probably watched inside the car! The sad kids are almost obese, can’t discriminate between pretend life and real life, and their parents are laughing at their breakdown. How about teaching them about sickness, death, hell, and redemption instead of melting their brains on movies? How about getting a catechism instead of a tv?

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