Sometimes, you just really need a good cry. Whether it's a rough break up, a bad day at work, the state of the current world, or just because, a moving film has a way of being beautifully cathartic. When that's the case, turn to a purposefully heartbreaking film and get the tears flowing.
Luckily for your tear ducts, Netflix's catalog has plenty of heart-wrenching movies to get the ~~ feels ~~ going. (If you don't have a Netflix account, we've got you covered too: Check out our list of the saddest movies of all time, here.) Consider P.S. I Love You, starring Hillary Swank and Gerard Butler, that's emotional enough to make you shed a tear even 13 years after it was first released. Or Room, a haunting tale of resilience, which earned Brie Larson an Academy Award for Best Actress. And when you're really, really looking for a good sob, revisit the classic A Little Princess—but, be warned, you might need a hug from your dad after watching. (Or you could always just binge these funny films after.)
Take a look at Marie Claire's comprehensive list of the saddest movies on Netflix, complete with a handy "ugly cry" ranking, so you can be prepared with the appropriate amount of tissues, ice cream and water—you know, to rehydrate.