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Old 05-03-04, 03:46 PM
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Schinder's List......damm those Nazi's :/
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Big Fish
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Big Fish. I cried like a baby. "Wahhh! Wahhh!"
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Only movie that managed to move me close to tears (a sniffle or two) was Gump.
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Glory, but only when I watch the whole thing. Once I was in a film class and we watched the ending and it just didn't work.
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Oh and Life is Bueatiful, man Beninini walking off like a puppet-- us knowing what was going to happen-- him knowing what was going to happen. It was just a moment, of a father trying to give his son one last joy.

That's a moment of movie perfection in my mind.
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Cheech and Chong: Up in Smoke
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The Secret of Nimh

Mainly the "Flying Dreams" song and the glowing stone/house lifting part.
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This board makes me cry, does that count?
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Lately a lot of the movies I've watched have made me get all misty-eyed, although I can't say I've ever dropped any tears.

Whale Rider (the speech)
Mulholland Drive (Llorando)
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Kill Bill V2 (Beatrix hugging BB for the first time)
Glory
Last Samurai
Royal Tenenbaums
Finding Nemo
Leon: The Professional
A.I. Artificial Intelligence
21 Grams

I have this thing that whenever I see people cry, (fake or not) I atleast get teared up.
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Was I the only one that got tear up in 13 going on 30 when Garner crawled into bed with her mom?
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Schlinder's List and Elephant Man

The part in Schlinder's List that really got me was when he was looking at his car and his pin and was like "I could have saved 3 more people...." Ugh
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Van Helsing due to my extreme dissapointment.

Really though, Braveheart does it in for me in the end.
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Originally posted by Smidget
Schlinder's List and Elephant Man

The part in Schlinder's List that really got me was when he was looking at his car and his pin and was like "I could have saved 3 more people...." Ugh
I've only seen Schlinder's once and this is the part I remember the most, and the part that made me tear up as well.
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Am I the only person to have seen Gallipoli?
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Dark Blue World <--- the ending...
The Patriot <--- the speech...
Das Boot <--- the ending...
The Family Trap <--- the ending... this one get me really crying
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I just thought of another: Little Women...
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Deep Impact, I guess you can say it had an impact on me.
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Originally posted by shill66
Am I the only person to have seen Gallipoli?
Nope...great flick...plus it would prob make anyone cry. A movie before Mel was a Jesus freak. Or at least before I knew he was :-)

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Old 05-06-04, 10:29 AM
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I get choked up during the final act of The Shawshank Redemption.

Every. Single. Time.
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Most recently, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind:

when Carrey and Winslet are sitting by the beach near the end, Clementine completely cognizant of what has been happening to Joel's memories, and they realize that they are spending their very last seconds together.
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Originally posted by Rivero
Most recently, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind:

when Carrey and Winslet are sitting by the beach near the end, Clementine completely cognizant of what has been happening to Joel's memories, and they realize that they are spending their very last seconds together.
Um, hopefully, this isn't a
Spoiler:
spoiler
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Originally posted by Cardinal Fang
I get choked up during the final act of The Shawshank Redemption.

Every. Single. Time.
Yeah, forgot about that one. That act had me bawling the first time I saw it and I still get misty eyed.
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What about the end of Iron Giant? Any one?
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