‘The Champ’ is the Saddest Movie Ever

Franco Zeffirelli directed film 'The Champ' (1979) has become saddest movie ever after years of research. 'The Champ' is a remake of the 1931 Academy Award-winning film of the same name. The title of the, Saddest Movie Ever has been given to the movie by scientists after evaluating over 250 films and studying almost 500 test subjects. To find a “saddest movie ever”, Scientist tried to understand how emotions affect people's behavior.

'The Champ' is the Saddest Movie Ever

Faye Dunaway, Jon Voight and Ricky Schroder starred in the movie. The movie got success by the acting of 9-year-old Ricky Schroder who played role of boxer’s son. At the end of movie the boxer (Jon Voight) dies in front of his young son, “Ricky Schroder”. Maybe, Ricky will win Golden Globe Award for his performance in the end part of the movie. The climax of the movie has become must-see in the laboratories of psychology all over the world when scientist desire to become people sad. Scientists have found that The Champ’s climax aggravated detectible sadness in more lab subjects compared to other competitors. As per some research's conclusion, the heart-walloping punch of ‘The Champ’ has never been equaled.

Video of 'The Champ's Climax from youtube:

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