Pixar has gotten the art of making grown-ups cry down to a science, and that sadness (or in one case, Sadness) is part of what makes their movies so great. But what if Pixar movies were just sad, without the happy ending to restore our sense that everything will be OK? This darkly funny supercut from Chris Huebs imagines just that, taking some of the studio’s most tearjerking moments—and then cutting straight to the credits.
The supercut is a startling reminder that the first few minutes of Finding Nemo are almost unbearably depressing, but Huebs’ video is missing the most glaring, tragic moment Pixar ever produced: the incinerator scene from Toy Story 3. Luckily, Slate went ahead and fixed that for him:
I’m not crying, you’re crying.