73 Movie Moments That Were So Major, They Made People Sob, Scream, And Audibly React At The Theater

We asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell us which movie moments were so big the entire theater freaked out together. We've gotten so many epic responses time and time again, so here's a list of some of the most popular moments of all time. Warning: They may make you react out loud just THINKING about them.

🚨Major spoilers ahead!🚨

1.In Spider-Man: No Way Home, when Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield's Peter Parkers first show up on screen:

MJ asks you're peter to tobey maguire and andrew garfield

"My whole theater erupted in applause!"

—Lisa V., FB


2.In Scream 5, when Dewey is killed by Ghostface after all these years:

Dewey's death scene with the caption it's an honor

"I yelled 'NOOOOOO!' when Ghostface finally killed Dewey. It was loud! I was devastated and people behind me laughed. I can get too emotionally involved with movies. RIP Dewey!"

—Heather C, FB

"Real talk, Dewey's death in Scream 5 got me BAD. It was part third trimester pregnancy hormones, part having watched him onscreen for the last 15 years."

—Lauren G, FB

Paramount Pictures

3.In The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2, when Carlisle is beheaded, and it leads to a massive fight that wasn't in the books:

Edward and Bella react to Carlisle's severed head

"When Aro killed Carlisle in Breaking Dawn — Part 2 and they have a huge fight only to find out it was all a vision in Aro’s mind from Alice. If you read the book, you knew it was a vision, but they set it up as if it was real, and my friends and I FREAKED OUT when it seemed like it was actually happening!"


"Carlisle losing his head in Breaking Dawn — Part 2 made 14-year-old me break down crying in the theater. I was so shocked that they would deviate from the books and kill off all my favorite characters. I will never forget the relief I felt when it was Alice’s vision."


Summit Entertainment

4.In Inside Out, when Bing Bong sacrifices himself:

Bing Bong tells joy to take her to the moon for me

"I cried actual tears."



5.In Frozen, when Hans says he doesn't love Anna:

Hans betraying Anna in Frozen.

"When Hans said he didn't love Anna in Frozen, the whole cinema gasped. ❄️"


"When Hans pulled away from Anna and revealed his true villainous nature. There was an audible, shocked gasp from virtually everyone in the cinema (myself included). Did NOT see that coming at ALL."



6.In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 2, when Molly Weasley says "Not my daughter, you bitch!":

Molly says not my daughter, you bitch

"When Molly Weasley stood between Bellatrix Lestrange and Ginny and said 'Not my daughter, you bitch,' my whole theater went absolutely wild."


"'NOT MY DAUGHTER, YOU BITCH' — Molly Weasley, Deathly Hallows — Part 2. I've never seen a theater erupt in such applause, even with Endgame."


Warner Brothers

7.In Avengers: Endgame, when Tony Stark died:

Tony Stark dying and Peter Parker saying we won mr. stark

"My sister-in-law blew her nose, and the whole theater laughed. You could tell there were sobs everywhere."



8.In Get Out, when Rose actually had Chris' keys at the end of the movie:

Chris asks for the keys from Rose and she reveals she had them the whole time

"When we watched Get Out in theaters, I was so scared. All I could say was 'Get out of there!' You know it’s a good movie when you find yourself unintentionally repeating the title."


Blumhouse Productions

9.In Coco, when Miguel sings "Remember Me" to Mama Coco and she sings along:

Miguel playing for Mama Coco

"I was in tears, and you could hear people bawling loudly all over the theater."


"It destroyed everyone in the theater, and we all dissolved into ugly sobs. Still my favorite Pixar movie 💙."



10.In Hannah Montana: The Movie, when Hannah takes off her wig and reveals her true identity as Miley:

<div><p>"When I saw the Hannah Montana movie in theaters and she took off her wig and a little girl screamed 'NO!' and started sobbing lol." </p><p>—Emma R., FB</p></div><span> Disney</span>

"When I saw the Hannah Montana movie in theaters and she took off her wig and a little girl screamed 'NO!' and started sobbing lol."

—Emma R., FB


11.In The Fault in Our Stars, when Augustus, Hazel, and Isaac have a wake before Gus' funeral:

Screenshot from &quot;The Fault in Our Stars&quot;

"There was not a dry eye in the theater. I remember the elderly couple in front of me saying, 'I didn't know it was going to be so sad.'"


20th Century Fox

12.In Barbarian, when you finally see what was hiding in the basement:

Tess goes down to the basement

"I will never forget the moment we finally saw what was hiding in the basement in Barbarian. I went to the movie having seen the trailer, but not at all anticipating what the movie was reaaaallly about, and apparently, it was the same case for everyone around me. As we’re watching, there’s the classic horror movie buildup with the music getting more and more tense as we watch our two main characters try to get out unscathed, and then BOOM. We meet The Mother. Not only was it a total jump-scare, but it was also genuinely so confusing/funny watching The Mother sprint down the scary hallway totally naked. Everyone in that movie theater was united in that one scarily weird moment. One girl in front of me jumped and shrieked 'What IS that?!' While the people behind me were trying to figure out what the heck was going on. Meanwhile, I was sitting there trying to catch my breath after the most hilarious jump scare I’ve ever seen. As the movie went on, the theater had the same vibe with everyone giggling and gasping, but I truly will never forget that moment."


20th Century Studios

13.In Black Panther, when Okoye says she would kill W'Kabi:

&quot;For Wakanda, without question.&quot;

"When W'Kabi asks Okoye, 'Would you kill me, my love?' and she responds, 'For Wakanda? Without question.' Someone in my theater yelled, 'Do it, girl! Do it!'"



14.In Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, when Dumbledore dies:

Dumbledore's death scene

"I saw it on opening night in the theater, and the whole room gasped, and there was audible crying going on. Also me. I was crying."


Warner Bros. Pictures

15.In Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, when Rey and Kylo Ren kiss:

Kylo Ren and Rey kissing

"When Rey kissed Kylo Ren, all the 'NOOOOOOOOS' in the theater. I still keep hoping they will redo that ending."



16.In Meet Joe Black, when Brad Pitt's character gets hit by a car:

Brad Pitt standing near a car in Meet Joe Black

"In high school, a couple of friends and I saw Meet Joe Black in a theater, and early in the movie, when Brad Pitt's character is hit by a car, a girl yelled 'Nooooo, not Brad Pitt!'"


Universal Pictures

17.In Finding Nemo, when Nemo's family is attacked at the beginning of the movie:

Screenshot from &quot;Finding Nemo&quot;

"Seeing Finding Nemo on opening weekend. After the barracuda attack in the beginning, the theater was dead quiet, and then someone yelled out, 'Goddamnit, Disney, why is it always the fucking mom?!' Everyone laughed, and it broke the tension of the moment."



18.In Sex and the City, when Steve said he cheated on Miranda:

Screenshots from &quot;Sex and the City&quot;

"The entire theater gasped."


HBO Films

19.In Love & Basketball, when Monica and Quincy finally hook up:

Quincy and Monica

"I was in college when Love & Basketball came out, and almost every woman in the theater gasped during the scene when Monica and Quincy FINALLY linked up and had sex. Like, we were all like same girl, SAME lol."


New Line Cinema

20.In The Lord of The Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, when Aragorn cuts off the huge Uruk-hai's head:

Screenshot from &quot;The Fellowship of the Ring&quot;

"The whole theater went completely quiet for a second, and then an explosion of happy cries and clapping erupted from all the kids in the audience. It was so great; I have never experienced that before, and I haven’t since."


New Line Cinema

21.In A Walk to Remember, when Landon breaks down to his dad:

Screenshot from &quot;A Walk to Remember&quot;

"I remember going to see A Walk to Remember in theaters with my family. I was a 'too cool' teen who was terrified of just generally showing emotion. I held it in for so long, but when Landon broke down in tears to his dad, I let out what can only be described as a guttural sob. I was instantly embarrassed, but my sob literally broke the floodgates, and I immediately heard cries all around the theater."


Warner Bros.

22.In E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, when E.T. appears to die near the end of the movie:

E.T. appears to die as gertie cries

"Here's an older one (ok, I'm old). I went to see E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial in the movie theaters. It was already devastating to see Elliott and E.T. sick and being attended by the scary people from NASA. When E.T. died, I let out a shuddering sob that got others started as well, followed by sheepish chuckles as we realized we'd been found out for crying in a mostly adult-attended theater."


Amblin Entertainment

23.In Us, when we learn Adelaide was actually replaced by her double the whole time:

Screenshot from &quot;Us&quot;

"The twist in the 2019 movie Us. Everyone lost their absolute shit, including me. Amazing."


Universal/Everett Collection

24.In Jaws, when the shark blows up:

The shark in Jaws gets blown up

"I had an uncle tell me about seeing Jaws on opening night. When the shark blew up, everyone was on their feet. They were cheering and clapping, and high-fiving and hugging each other."

—Joe G., FB

Universal Pictures

25.In Joker, when Joker kills Murray Franklin:

Joaquin Phoenix in &quot;Joker&quot;

"When Joaquin Phoenix shot Robert De Niro on national television on a late night show in Joker. The entire theater audibly gasped when that happened."


Warner Bros.

26.In Mamma Mia!: Here We Go Again, when Bill and Harry show up:

Bill and Harry on a boat

"The best Mamma Mia! theater moment was in Here We Go Again, when Bill and Harry show up during 'Dancing Queen.' My crowd went WILD. Also, when Cher showed up."


Universal Pictures

27.In The Departed, when Billy is shot COMPLETELY out of the blue:

Screenshot from &quot;The Departed&quot;

"The theater was silent when I saw The Departed. But when Leo’s character got shot, it happened so quickly and out of the blue that I remember hearing the whole theater gasp."


Warner Bros. Pictures

28.In Avengers: Infinity War, when everyone gets dusted:

Thanos right before he snaps in Avengers: Infinity War.

"Infinity War. I was so braced through the film, thinking we would lose one Avenger (I was betting on it being Iron Man or Captain America). I was not prepared for what happened in the dusting. I spent the film thinking that this was the scene we would lose somebody. I didn't see the possibility of losing so many!"


"Seeing Avengers: Infinity War in the theater, when Spider-Man DIED, a bunch of TEENAGE boys in the front row, literally jumped up and screamed 'NOOOOOOO!'"


"When a volcano erupted here in Hawaii as Thanos snapped his fingers in Infinity War, and I was more in shock about half of a fictional world’s population disintegrating instead."



29.In Avengers: Endgame, when all of the Avengers assemble toward the end:

Okoye, T'Challa, and Shuri returning during the &quot;Avengers, Assemble&quot; scene in Endgame.

"So, I watch audience reactions to the 'Avengers, assemble' part from Endgame when I want to feel joy, and in EVERY SINGLE ONE, there's the audible gasp when Sam says, 'On your left,' and then cheers as the portals open. EVERY. SINGLE. VIDEO. We all knew that the people would come back, but the way they decided to reintroduce everyone was incredible."


"I will never forget the scene in Avengers: Endgame when the portals opened. I watched it on opening day, and lemme tell you, you can tell everyone is a fan because the whole theater just lit up! Everyone was cheering, screaming, gasping. Tears were literally streaming down my face because of that epic moment and the fact that I may never experience that kind of hype ever again."



30.And also in Endgame, when Captain America wields Mjölnir:

Captain American wielding Mjolnir in Endgame.

"I went to the midnight screening of Endgame, and people lost their minds when Captain America picked up Thor's hammer. Everybody lost it."


"The single greatest moment I've ever experienced in a movie theater was when Captain America wielded Mjölnir against Thanos. The entire theater burst into applause. I normally don't clap or cheer at movies, but even I had to show some love! I nearly fell out of my seat with excitement."



31.In Romeo + Juliet, when...you know, the whole ending part where Romeo and Juliet both die after a tragic miscommunication happens:

Romeo dies at the end of Romeo + Juliet

"Not quite in theaters, but we watched the Leonardo DiCaprio Romeo + Juliet in my freshman year English class, and about a dozen of us needed late passes for the next period because it was a room full of 15-year-old girls sobbing uncontrollably 😂."


20th Century Fox

32.In Love, Simon, when Simon and Bram kiss on the ferris wheel:

Simon and Bram on the ferris wheel in Love Simon.

"When I saw Love, Simon in the theater, I went with a few friends of mine. When Simon is about to give up on meeting Blue, and Bram comes up and says, 'Can I sit there?' we all started holding hands. When they finally kissed at the top, every single person in the theater started screaming and clapping. It was such a fantastic expression of joy and queer love and representation. One of the best moments in a movie theater I’ve ever experienced!"


"Definitely when Blue and Simon kiss on the ferris wheel in Love, Simon! The entire audience audibly shared their emotions to Simon's struggle through tears and laughter. But the part when Simon finally kissed Blue on the ferris wheel is what truly made the theater celebrate! It was so refreshing and groundbreaking to see LGBTQ representation on the big screen."


20th Century Fox

33.In Uncut Gems, when Howard Ratner wins his bet, only to be killed right after:

Howard Ratner after he is shot and killed in Uncut Gems.

"The ending of Uncut Gems, right after Adam Sandler’s character finally, finally wins. The whole theater was completely silent with shock."



34.In Lord of the Rings: Return of the King, when the Rohirrim arrive at Minas Tirith:

The Rohirrim arriving at Minas Tirith in Lord of the Rings: Return of the King.

"There would be no 'Avengers, assemble' without the Rohan cavalry arriving at Minas Tirith in Lord of the Rings: Return of the King. The horn blowing, everyone seeing them come up over the horizon, the music, Theoden’s speech, the 'Death!' battle cry, the charge...goosebumps."


New Line Cinema

35.Just everything about Rihanna's Met Gala entrance in Ocean's 8:

Rihanna walking down the stairs at the Met Gala in Ocean's 8

"When Rihanna came down the Met steps in the red ball gown dress in Ocean’s 8, the whole theater gasped. A true god."


Warner Bros. Pictures

36.In Gone Girl, when it's revealed that Amy has been alive the WHOLE TIME:

Amy driving a car in Gone Girl.

"About halfway through, when shit is absolutely hitting the fan for Nick, and the movie cuts to Amy driving away and explaining her plan to frame him."


20th Century Fox

37.In Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, when Wanda first appears and then when we learned her "normal life" was an illusion:

wanda with dr. strange with the caption you never told me her name did you

"Okay, I remember seeing Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness in theaters opening weekend this year, and everyone lost their MINDS when Wanda first appeared and then when we found out her entire orchard/normal life was an illusion. Like, people — myself included — screamed. This was Elizabeth Olsen’s first Marvel movie appearance since WandaVision, and I loved hearing how much love she got and how many more people love her character now.”

Nora Dominick


38.In Toy Story 3, when the toys hold hands in the incinerator:

&quot;Toy Story 3&quot; screenshot

"When I saw Toy Story 3 in theaters, this little boy behind me started crying when the gang was in the incinerator, and said, 'I wanna leave, I wanna leave!' I felt so bad."



39.In Jojo Rabbit, when Jojo finds his mother was hanged:

Jojo embracing his mother's feet in Jojo Rabbit.

"In Jojo Rabbit when Jojo is following the butterfly and then sees his mom’s feet swaying in the air because she’d been caught and killed. Outside of Marvel movies on opening night, I haven’t been in a theater with that big of a reaction — people were sobbing. The shot of Jojo trying to tie his mom’s shoelaces made me ugly cry."


Fox Searchlight Pictures

40.In The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, when Katniss shoots the arrow at the arena force field:

Katniss aims an arrow.

"When The Hunger Games: Catching Fire was released, I was in a packed theater with largely book fans on opening night. The theater was dead silent until Katniss Everdeen shoots the arrow at the arena force field and President Snow’s screen went dark. Then the audience erupted in applause, and I have never felt an experience like that ever before or ever again. Not even for Avengers: Infinity War or Endgame. The pure energy of the room was unparalleled and I wish I could relive that moment a hundred more times. Great book, great movie."



41.In The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part I, when Bella's life is in limbo as she's turning into a vampire:

Bella opening her eyes at the end of Breaking Dawn Part 1

"I went to see The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part I in the theater with my parents, and toward the end where you aren't supposed to know whether she'll live or not, somebody in the theater yelled out, 'She ain't dead!' The whole audience was laughing for the rest of the movie, and even as we were all leaving the theater. It was just perfect timing. I actually ended up watching a marathon on TV the other day with my mom, and she stayed up late, just so I could re-create the moment."



42.In Knives Out, when Ransom stabs Marta with a prop knife:

Ransom stabs Marta with a prop knife.

"At the end of Knives Out, I SWEAR literally EVERYONE whispered ~it’s a prop knife!~ under their breath! So great."



43.In Crazy Rich Asians, when Astrid tells her cheating ex-husband, "It's not my job to make you feel like a man":

Astrid tells her husband &quot;I can't make you into something you're not&quot;

"My entire cinema went, 'OHHHHHHHHHH!'"


Warner Bros. Pictures

44.In Hereditary, when Peter beheads his little sister:

Peter Driving in Hereditary

"In Hereditary, when Peter inadvertently beheads his little sister, Charlie. I audibly gasped and held my hand over my mouth for five minutes."



45.In Star Wars: The Force Awakens, when Kylo Ren kills Han Solo:

Han Solo touches Kylo Ren's face in The Force Awakens.

"During The Force Awakens, some dude yelled, 'What the FUCK!' at full volume when Kylo Ren killed Han Solo."



46.In Black Panther, when Erik Killmonger says "Hey, Auntie":

Killmonger says &quot;Hey, Auntie&quot; in Black Panther

"I’m not sure exactly why we were all so tickled by this, but when I went to see Black Panther, the entire theater busted out laughing when Michael B. Jordan said 'Hey, Auntie' to Angela Bassett."



47.In The Twilight Saga: New Moon, when Jacob Black takes off his shirt for the first time:

Jacob Black shirtless in Twilight: New Moon

"Ha, not gonna lie, when Jacob Black took his shirt off in the second Twilight movie."



48.In One Day, when Emma tragically dies in an accident at the end:

Anne Hathaway biking

"I watched One Day in cinema, and when the death scene happened, one woman started very loudly sobbing. My mom's friend has the loudest laugh, and she just couldn't keep it in, and suddenly, the whole theater was cackling during what was supposed to be a very sad moment. It was hilarious."

—Ashley P., FB

Random House Films

49.Just...everything about Snape's death scene in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2:

Snape says &quot;You have your mother's eyes&quot; right before he dies

"When Snape was dying in Deathly Hallows and Harry comes up with the vial to catch his tears, and he says 'You have your mother’s eyes,' the entire theater broke. Everyone was already quietly crying and sniffling, but when the line was said, you could hear the turmoil in the room. People were gasping, crying out, and openly sobbing."


Warner Bros. Pictures

50.And then when Neville kills Nagini:

Neville slays Nagini

"When Neville slayed Nagini in Deathly Hollows: Part 2. I saw it the day it came out. I haven’t heard so many people cheer and laugh at the same time as loudly as that."


Warner Bros. Pictures

51.In The Princess and the Frog, when Ray dies:

Raymond in &quot;The Princess and the Frog&quot;

"Everyone was so sad when Ray the firefly died, but the little girl one row ahead of me said, 'But Mommy, why did the bug die? Is he really dead?' It was so, so cute and also so sad. I was glad to see how engaged everyone was."

King Sasha


52.In The Matrix, when Trinity goes into the phone booth right before an agent slams a truck into it:

Trinity after she runs into a phone booth in The Matrix

"Going a bit further back, but we went to go see The Matrix in the theater, and when Trinity stepped into the phone booth just before an agent was going to crash into it (but before you learn she got teleported out), the lady next to me gasped and said, 'Why did she do that? WHY DID SHE DO THAT?!?'"


Warner Bros.

53.In Parasite, when we discover the stairway leading to the basement:

Screenshot from &quot;Parasite&quot;

"I saw the movie twice, and the second time I paid attention to the reaction of people around me and pretty much everyone gasped in shock."


CJ Entertainment

54.In The Empire Strikes Back, when Darth Vader reveals himself as Luke's father:

Darth Vader says &quot;I am your father.&quot;

"An oldie but a goodie: 'I am your father.' Saw it in a packed theater the weekend it came out. Oh, yeah. Minds. Blown."



55.In Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2, when Kostas returns:

Lena walks away from Kostas

"So, this might be really random, but did anyone else see Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 in theaters? Because there’s a part, like, midway through when Lena is FINALLY starting to get back on her feet after having her heart broken into a million tiny pieces by Kostas. She’s leaving this art class where this cute boy has been flirting with her, and it seems like she’s really going to be able to move on and be happy, and then all of a sudden, you hear, 'Hello, Lena.' Lo and behold, it’s the heartbreaker himself, KOSTAS DOUNAS in Bethesda, Maryland, back to ruin her life! I saw that movie the day it opened, in a theater packed full of women, young and old, and I swear we all let out one MASSIVE gasp in unison and then immediately burst out laughing at our communal reaction. It was awesome."


Warner Bros. PIctures

56.In Frozen 2, when Olaf is "dying":

Anna holds Olaf

"When I saw Frozen 2, I started sobbing the moment I realized that Olaf was dying when Elsa froze. That moment is something I will never forget for as long as I live."



57.And in Tangled, when Flynn is "dying":

Flynn almost dies in Rapunzel's arms in Tangled

"I saw Tangled in theaters, and when Flynn 'dies,' you could tell everyone in the audience was trying not to cry. Then, one little girl shouts at the top of her lungs 'I'M. SO. SAD.' It was so cute and pitiful, I think it helped a lot of people suck those tears back in."



58.In A Quiet Place, when all the characters had to be silent, so the theater was silent, too:

Screenshot from &quot;A Quiet Place&quot;

"The best movie I ever watched in the cinemas was A Quiet Place. Everyone really was so into the movie that nobody was moving, eating popcorn, or whatever. It was a huge experience!"


Paramount Pictures/Courtesy Everett Collection

59.In Dreamgirls, when Jennifer Hudson sings "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going":

Jennifer Hudson singing in Dreamgirls

"She got a standing ovation in the movie theater."


Paramount Pictures/Courtesy Everett Collection

60.In It, when Pennywise comes out of the projector screen:

Pennywise in &quot;It&quot;

"I don’t know if jump scares should count, but in It, when Pennywise came out of the projector screen, the entire theater screamed. It was the only jump scare in the whole movie that accomplished that."


Warner Bros. Pictures

61.In Marley & Me, when Marley dies at the end:

Screenshot from &quot;Marley &amp; Me&quot;

"Everyone in the theater was crying."


20th Century Fox

62.In Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, when Rey seemingly blows up the ship that Chewbacca was on:

Rey in &quot;The Rise of Skywalker&quot;

"I remember audibly crying out when it appeared that Rey accidentally blew up the ship that Chewbacca was on, only to sigh in relief when it turned out he was on another ship and was alive."



63.Literally, just experiencing a singalong version of The Greatest Showman:

Zac Efron and Zendaya in The Greatest Showman

"I would have to say going to The Greatest Showman singalongs. That movie is way too much fun to sing under your breath."


20th Century Fox/Courtesy Everett Collection

64.Watching What We Do in the Shadows in a full movie theater:

A scene from What We Do in the Shadows

"Best movie experience in years was a special festival screening of What We Do in the Shadows at the small Capitol Theatre. The entire cinema roared with laughter the entire movie. Virtually all movies we get are international blockbusters. It was so special watching a locally made film with actors we know and love, in a style of comedy that’s uniquely New Zealand. Love Taika’s work so much!"


Paramount Pictures

65.In The Hunger Games, when Katniss makes a memorial for Rue and gives the Three Finger Salute:

Katniss gives the Three Finger Salute

"Not a verbal reaction but...on opening night of the first Hunger Games movie when Katniss finishes her memorial for Rue and gives the Three Finger Salute, most people in the theater were in tears and gave the salute as well."



66.Watching the twist ending of The Sixth Sense for the first time:

Bruce Willis at the end of The Sixth Sense

"You could tell the exact second everyone in the theater finally figured out what was really happening in The Sixth Sense. There was one huge collective gasp. It was awesome."


Buena Vista Pictures Distribution

67.In I Am Legend, when Robert has to kill his dog:

Will Smith in &quot;I Am Legend&quot;

"There was an audible gasp. I haven’t experienced that before or since."


Warner Bros. Pictures

68.In The Lion King, when Mufasa dies:

Screenshot from &quot;The Lion King&quot;

"So, no one wants to talk about Mufasa’s death? Or any scene in The Lion King, for that matter? I didn’t see it in theaters (because I wasn’t alive yet), but relatives have, and they said the theater was dumbstruck when they got to the stampede scene."



69.In Eighth Grade, when Kayla plays a tense and uncomfortable game of Truth or Dare with Olivia's friend Riley:

Screenshot from &quot;Eighth Grade&quot;

"We saw Eighth Grade in theaters, and the scene with her in the car with the creep had the entire theater not just uncomfortable but actively yelling encouragement/advice for her at the screen. 'GIRL, HE AIN'T WORTH IT. RUN!' and similar sentiments were just collectively yelled for literally the entire scene."

—Ashley M.


70.Okay, the entire dusting sequence in Avengers: Infinity War was so sad, but specifically when T'Challa is dusted...

T'Challa right before he is dusted in Avengers: Infinity War

"When I saw Avengers: Infinity War, there was a woman in the theater who screamed out, 'T’Challa, NO!' when he got dusted. When I’ve watched it at home, I always say that now!"



71....and when Peter Parker gets dusted, too:

Peter Parker dying in &quot;Avengers: Infinity War&quot;

"Seeing Avengers: Infinity War in the theater, when Spider-Man DIED, a bunch of TEENAGE boys in the front row literally jumped up and screamed, 'NOOOOOOO!'"


"When Peter Parker got dusted, I was in the theater with a bunch of my friends, and one of them was like, 'No, Tom Holland can't dieeeeeee.'"



72.In Titanic, when Jack dies in the end:

Jack in &quot;Titanic&quot;

"Oldie, but in Titanic when Jack died! I saw this in theaters twice, and everyone was crying. You could feel the sadness when Rose let him sink."


Paramount Pictures

73.And sadly, in A Star Is Born when Jackson Maine dies by suicide and his dog is outside the garage door:

Screenshot from &quot;A Star Is Born&quot;

"I had to hold my hands over my mouth because I was absolutely SOBBING."


Warner Bros. Pictures

So, what are the movie scenes that made YOU (or maybe just a particularly memorable person in the audience) audibly react in a movie theater? Let us know in the comments!