Have you ever lost a favorite character in a book, TV series, or movie? You’re not alone. Someone online a popular online forum asked that question. Here are the top-voted responses.
1. Thomas J. Sennett From My Girl
Someone immediately quoted Veda from My Girl, “He can’t see without his glasses.” “That movie traumatized me,” another admitted. “I was fresh on the heels of Home Alone and thought, yay, another comedy. Little did I know…”
2. Henry Blake From M*A*S*H*
“Henry Blake,” shared one. “The scene in the operating room. The actors weren’t told about it, just called back for one last scene shoot, and Radar walks in and tells them. The silence is amplified by the sounds of instruments still working. “Haunting.”It’s definitely one of the times TV comedies made us cry.
3. T-4 Medic Wade and Private Mellish From Saving Private Ryan
“Saving Private Ryan has two of the saddest, most brutally gut-wrenching deaths I’ve ever seen on screen in Wade and Mellish,” one admitted. “Wade is trying to talk the guys through his injury that goes from panic and terror to acceptance of his death as he cries out for his mother and says, ‘I want to go home?”
“Mellish is brutal for all the more uncomfortable and raw reasons you’d imagine. War is horrific. Young men are sent off to die, and their lives are cut short for no reason. It’s tragic and heartbreaking, and this is one of the only movies to nail that feeling.”
4. Artax From The Neverending Story
“The worst part is he doesn’t just drown,” someone stated. “He straight up decides to give up living.” Another shared, “In the book, Artax can talk, which makes his death a bit worse, hearing him give up.” “Artax was traumatizing at a young age,” a third user confessed.
5. Wolverine in Logan
“Wolverine in Logan, that was such a great ending to his story, but damn if it wasn’t sad,” one user admitted. “That whole movie was so tragic. Every five minutes, there was an oof scene. A minor detail that gets me is that he died so close to the border but never returned home. Ouch,” shared another.
“Fives,” one Star Wars fan confessed. He was close to stopping order 66, but nobody would believe him.” Another shared, “His warning saved Rex and Snips.” “The line, ‘Good soldiers follow orders,’ gives me chills, ” another admitted.
7. Wilson From Cast Away
“Wilson from Cast Away destroys me,” shared one. “My GOD, I’d never cried over anything like that stupid volleyball.” Another confessed, “Gotta admit I cried the first time I saw this scene. It just goes to show how well done the movie is.”
8. Gwen Stacy From The Amazing Spider-Man 2
One said, “Gwen Stacy – hitting the floor. As a die-hard Spider-Man fan since childhood, I knew it was coming, and I’m so glad they incorporated her death into the film because it’s one of the defining moments for Peters’s character in the comics, but that didn’t make it any easier to watch.”
9. Sam the Dog From I Am Legend
Someone nominated “The dog in I Am Legend.” “Sam was the best dog,” another agreed. “His only friend in the whole world! Dang, that scene is sad,” a third added.
10. Glenn Rhee From The Walking Dead
“Glenn from The Walking Dead. He’s looking over at Maggie as he was dying destroyed me,” someone confessed. “I saw a tweet on Twitter the other day with the viewing stats from The Walking Dead seasons over the years. After Glenn’s death, they dropped nearly five million viewers in the following week’s episode. Insane.”
We hope you enjoyed this Reddit picks list of fictional character deaths that will rip your heart out.
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