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Old 12-30-2006, 07:49 PM   #31
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I used to have a Fox and the Hound record when I was little, and I'd play it over and over again and cry.

"And we'll always be friends forever. Won't we?"
"Yeah, forever..."

BUT THEY'RE NOT!!!!
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Titanic
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All three LoTR films (especially a character's death at the end of the first one, man that is one of the greatest death scenes ever)
The Lion King
City of Angels
Sense and Sensibility (when Emma Thompson's character bursts into tears near the end)
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When I was a kid

Bambi, I have a theory that Walt Disney films are responsible for some of the most traumatic experiences in a child's life resulting in all of us being screwed up adults,

King Kong, the 70's version, why did the kill the big monkey,

Now

Field of Dreams is probably single-handedly responsible for more men crying at a movie than any other movie. Whether you have a strong or crappy relationship with your father, this movie reaches down into the soul of every man.

Oh, I almost cryed during Casino Royale watching the Aston Martin getting ripped to hell, what a car!!
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Old 12-31-2006, 12:05 AM   #35
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I've turned into the world's biggest wailer in the last year or two.

Finding Neverland
Anne of Green Gables - when Matthew dies in Anne's arms, when you don't know if Gilbert and Anne will ever get together, when Anne and Gilbert get married, when Gilbert leaves...
Dead Poets Society
The Notebook. Nobody warned me what the ending was like.
Brief Encounter
Forrest Gump
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Watching the U2 (Slane) Elevation show I went to



Oh, and Utoo, I saw Cool Runnings again the other day... and that bit where at the end where they carry the sled over the finish line...

Funny enough, Field of Dreams doesn't make me cry
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Old 12-31-2006, 12:30 AM   #36
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I don't think I've ever cried at a film before. Not even The Fox and The Hound, which is one of my favourites.

I did cry when I watched West Side Story when it came to town though. Damn.
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Old 12-31-2006, 01:07 AM   #37
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oh, I remember!, Dancer in the Dark makes me cry everytime I watch it

when Selma is singing... and all that you know

my mom was surprised to see me cry, she always says that I'm heartless
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Old 12-31-2006, 02:38 AM   #38
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I've seen Finding Neverland twice, and while it's a good movie... what exactly is so sad about it?

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Practically every movie I see at the pictures. Including the newish Superman movie[several times]. When he lands the plane in the stadium I was a mess. Also the Star Trek movie when Data dies. I cried so hard that I could hardly breathe. VERY embarrasing.
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I think Field Of Dreams is the man's cry movie. I love the movie, but have never cried watching it.

I'll cry at any movie where a character is ill or dies.

I cried watching 'The Family Stone' today on cable

I do believe I cried at the end of Finding Neverland. And I had originally seen it Christmas Eve at the movie theater
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My Dog Skip. Oh my God that was the worst
Babe
The Notebook
Schindler's List
On Golden Pond
Forrest Gump
Titanic
As Good As It Gets
Pay It Forward
Angela's Ashes
Platoon
World Trade Center
United 93
It's A Wonderful Life


So many more I can't think of, I cry all the time at movies
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lately it's been episodes of extreme home makeover that do it to me (they really do find the saddest family stories on purpose!!), but as far as movies:

-forrest gump
-erin brockovich
-lion king
-stepmom (only toward the end though)
-patch adams


drawing a blank on other movie titles right now.
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lately it's been episodes of extreme home makeover that do it to me (they really do find the saddest family stories on purpose!!)
I have to agree.

I don't watch tv at home but last week I was in the netherlands and saw a show about a couple who were getting married. The bride had terminal lung cancer and during the show they'd play clips of her and different family members/the groom talking together. It would always end up with them all howling. It was in Dutch but I could follow it well enough to start blubbing with them all.
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I don't really cry, but these are when I've come pretty close:

Fried Green Tomatoes (when the brother is hit by the train)

The Grey Zone (Holocaust movie)

Into Thin Air (when Rob is calling his wife b/c he knows he's been left to die)

Cinderella Man (pretty much all times Russell Crowe is crying b/c his kids are hungry)

United 93 (at the end, it's like they are so fucking close, why could it not have turned out for the better?)

Love Actually (when Emma Thompson gets the box and it's the CD, not the gold necklace)

Good Will Hunting (when he finally breaks down)

Also this show about a guy who raises two orphaned cheetahs and reintroduces them into the wild. One gets killed by a lion. The man is very upset and the cheetah brother is lost and confused.
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just watched Brokeback Mountain again
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