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Tear Jerker / Jacob's Ladder
If you want to turn anyone who's watched the film multiple times to a blubbering mass, just play the main theme.
Jacob remembering how his son was killed. It's like watching a tragedy in slow motion because the viewer knows exactly what's coming, ending with the Jump Scare of a screeching tire with a bike wheel under it.
There's one scene, in particular, where Jacob is crying, forced to relive the death of his son that's like a punch in the gut, mostly because it's a Foregone Conclusion. Tim Robbins does an incredible job of portraying the feelings of grief and anguish that his character feels.