3. Atonement (2007)
A child’s fantasy could destroy the lives of several people, but it was a beautiful start: very strong emotions, endless happiness, and true love. While watching the movie, many viewers forgot that the people on the screen were actors and not real people.
4. The Fault in Our Stars (2014)
Despite how bad the sickness was, the characters of this movie took the risk to try to be happy. Of course, we could foresee how the story would end, but it takes real courage to let a person into your life knowing that the story won’t end with the words “Happily Ever After.”