I've just watched the film "Wendy and Lucy", which I'm pretty certain has left me more depressed than any other film I've ever watched, ever.
Feeling sad/down at the end of a film is nothing new to me. I desperately hope every film I watch ends on a 'happy ending', and when it doesn't I always get upset. You're reading the thoughts of someone who cried during/after: Saving Private Ryan, Philadelphia, The Green Mile and Forrest Gump (actually, maybe it's just I cry whenever I see Tom Hanks. I'll cry if I ever watch The Da Vinci Code, although that will be based on how bad it is).
No tears today though, just general depression. "Wendy and Lucy" is a small-ish film that probably has escaped the attention of a lot of people - it only has 1,700 votes on imdb at the time of writing. I would recommend it to all of my dear readers, but be very mindful that a) it is a slo-o-o-o-o-ow film and b) it's a real gut-wrencher, especially at the end. Thinking about it, the film has quite a few similarities to "The Pursuit of Happyness", a film I absolutely adore (happy ending, innit?)
Anyway, so, yes. I'm now glum. Any chance of United making me feel any happier tonight? The way we're playing at the moment, no.