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These movies were so funny they made you cry, but then made you cry because of how sad they were! WatchMojo presents the top 10 saddest moments in really funny comedies! But what will take the top spot on our list? Will it be from the Adam Sandler movie click, Robin William’s powerful testimony in Mrs. Doubtfire, or John Candy’s dramatic monologue in Planes, Trains and Automobiles? Watch to find out!

00:28 #10. Best / Worst Day
01:24 #9. Gary and Andy Fight
02:23 #8. Dwayne Breaks His Silence
03:20 #7. David Lindhagen
04:17 #6. Expectations vs. Reality
05:19 #5. Ray Attempts Suicide
06:07 #4. The Truth About Buck
06:59 #3, #2, #1 ???

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  1. i had no doubt click making it into the list… i just patiently waited.. now i’m not the person that will sit and shed their daily sip of tears watching sad movies but i definitely watched some really heartbreaking ones through out my life. Well, only click’s featured part and michael’s death later into the movie had me crying like a little baby

  2. I think that this was from a list from 5 years ago or something because The Grand Budapest Hotel (When concierge Gustave is killed by the soldiers or Zero’s confession of why he fled to Budapest) has some damn sad moments that I wasn’t expecting.

  3. You should have had the scene in Liar Liar where Richard Cole’s children are taken away, and Jim Carrey’s Fletcher Reede realizes Cole is a good father who should be the one to keep custody of his kids.

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