Why do Feel-Good movies get such a bad rep? Should we always feel like crap after a screening? If it does not break you, then it's no good? Why is the emotional film the premature baby of film? Why are feelings so under-appreciated, underrated & always deemed cheesy, corny, lame, emo, campy, sappy and kitschy?Why must we judge harshly the film with feelings, sentiments and heart? Insightful, true & relatable for me.