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Old 03-29-04, 08:25 AM
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Movies that mad you cry.......

Just wanted to see what movies made people cry........Curious factor
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-Forrest Gump
-Dead Poets Society
-The Lion King
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Last 3 from 2003 that made me cry.

The Magdalene Sisters.
Mystic River
In America
Old 03-29-04, 09:42 AM
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Lots of movies make me cry... not american movies so much, but I always cry watching Armageddon cuz of the scene between liv and bruce.

Fly Me To Polaris had me so messed up I had to stop the film every 10 minutes to go blow my nose and wash my face cuz I couldn't see or breathe.
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Bunch of sissies... just kidding.

New film for shedding male tears - My Life Without Me. Just watched it last night. God damn movie's sad from the 1st scene. Good movie. I like it a lot.
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Grave of Fireflies
Antonia
Derzu Uzula
Il Postino
It's a Wonderful Life

to name a few...

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Titanic
Sophie's Choice
Good Will Hunting
Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon
Romeo and Juliet (1968)
The English Patient
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Schindlers List
Titanic
A Walk to Remember
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return of the jedi... Yoda dying was just sooooo sad. Of course I was like 7 or something at the time.



I also cried at battlefield earth because it was tourture! Same goes for Chicago but thankfully I walked out (for the first time ever in a theatre) before I could cry.
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Whale Rider (on DVD)

The Passion of the Christ (at theater)
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Scooby Doo 2
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i actually had to choke up on one scene during Love Actually.

others include Schindler's List, Where the Heart Is, and Where the Red Fern Grows
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Don't think I've ever broken out bawling but the saddest part of a movie I remember was when Optimus Prime died. You can't off the hero of millions and replace him with some new guy. At least Jazz had been around for years.
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Field of dreams and Saving Private Ryan every freakin time.
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Lost in Translation
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LOTR: Return of the King - wasnt bawling but i was emotional

Lion King -

Forrest Gump
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I've never cried because of a movie but I came mighty close during the ending of Big Fish and during the finale of The Passion of Joan of Arc.
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As a kid in the 70's..."Snoopy Come Home." Yes even at that age I should have realized it was just a freakin' cartoon!

I didn't cry but the ending of About Schmidt did make me tear up a bit. Very well done ending.
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Saving Private Ryan definately. Especially when they are writting all of the letters and at the end.

Cider House Rules makes me tear up.
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Some good ones mentioned already:
Dead Poets Society,
Titanic,
Saving Private Ryan,
LOTR: Return of the King,
The Passion of the Christ . . .

For the most part, it was more getting choked up or teary eyed than actually crying (The Passion of the Christ, being the exception).

I would also add:
The Power Of One,
Braveheart,
Steel Magnoilas,
Band Of Brothers,
Fiddler On The Roof,
Four Weddings And A Funeral,
Little Women,
Malcolm X,
Remember The Titans,
What Dreams May Come (I think . . . it's been a while since I've watched it) . . .
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I didn't cry but the ending of About Schmidt did make me tear up a bit. Very well done ending.


Recently, The Last Samurai really got to me.
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My Life (with Michael Keaton and Nicole Kidman)
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Originally posted by Dubya
As a kid in the 70's..."Snoopy Come Home." Yes even at that age I should have realized it was just a freakin' cartoon!
Good grief, me too! I was blubbering during Snoopy's farewell party. Haven't see it in many years, but I have no doubt it would get me again. I cry during a lot of movies, I'm such a nancy boy.

My wife cried during the recent remake of Willard, of all things, when
Spoiler:
the rats ate the cat.
. I still tease her about that.
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Oh yeah - that bjork movie... that always gets mentioned in these "what movies make you cry" threads.

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