The Fox and The Hound. As a kid I could relate to Todd, being alone, abandoned, and missing my best friend. These days each time I watch it, I always cry. Todd and Copper's friendship was just an amazing story.
Definitely Les Mis! At the time I was going through some really difficult things, and I felt that all I had done couldn't be forgiven by anybody. After watching this movie, and seeing the dramatic change in the main character, Jean, it gave me hope, and it still does to this day :>
The Royal Tenenbaums. There's just something amazing about how Gene Hackman wins all of his children back. Everyone is a mess at the beginning, and somehow Gene brings them all back to life. It's a wonderfully written film, filled with dark emotions, and the soundtrack is killer.
A walk to remember, don't want to sound girly, but shows how love is always present even when the main characters didn't even get along at first, at the end when the 'guy' talks shows how love, life and death have made him a different person, more mature.Another would be a turkish movie called love likes coincidences. Amazing drama no matter how many times the main characters path intersect, a huge wall is between them.
Repo! The Genetic Opera and The Devil's Carnival are movies that are really close to me as well as Tim Burton ones.
Emotional ones are; Suicide Room, Sucker Punch, The Perks of Being A Wallflower (though I still wouldn't class it as a favourite movie) Where The Wild Things Are, Bridge to Terabithia and Submarine. I also recently went to see Maleficent and I think that's became one too.