Milo & Otis upset me because - well - real animals put in dangerous situations for the "entertainment" of film. (Also: this movie was made before animal protection on movie sets was a thing...look up how many cats died in the making of this movie. And this is just the American version. Who knows about the much less regulated Japanese original? Yeah. Not so much of a kid-friendly fun adventure film, is it? Turns out, I was right to be upset and crying and it wasn't "just a movie."
So whether it was a mouse lost in the city, a baby elephant being teased, or orphaned dinosaurs looking for a place to call home, these are movies that had the elementary-aged little me in tears for 90 minutes or so.
By the way, I haven't seen any of these movies in years because I refuse to watch them again and also? They are banned from my home. Because.
In no particular order: