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Old 01-01-2007, 12:41 AM   #46
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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.
I know that I've read they try to seek out stories like that to play on people's emotions but damn, makes me tear up when you watch how grateful these families appear to be. ugh!


and on a side note, another movie for me was United 93. the moment it started, I had goose bumps. And then as I knew the "end" was coming, it was horrible. The credits started rolling and I was just done.
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Old 01-01-2007, 12:32 PM   #47
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Bambi
The English Patient
City of Angels (I dislike this movie, but the end still gets to me)
Philadelphia
What Dreams May Come
Finding Neverland
Ladder 49 (No movie has ever made me cry more)
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Old 01-01-2007, 12:42 PM   #48
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Oh god, I bawled at the end of Philadelphia when the Neil Young song plays and the video of a young Andy is playing.

I was watching Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade last night, and I teared up a bit at the end with all the stuff with the ancient knight, and when he appears as the temple is falling apart, and raises his hand to Sean Connery. Something about legend and mysticism and ...

Okay yeah, I'm kind of weird.
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Old 01-01-2007, 02:09 PM   #49
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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.

yeah I think it is. I'm fine watching it unless I watch it with my dad. Because then he cries, and I get all sad.
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Old 01-01-2007, 02:57 PM   #50
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I felt like almost cryin during the Jedi Massacre in Star Wars 3
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Old 01-01-2007, 08:16 PM   #52
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There's no need to be a . Everyone (guys and girls I went with to watch it) all bawled when they saw it. Either when he's saying goodbye to his dad or when he was dying on the street telling his ex he'd love her forever and ever.
Thanks for making me feel better
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I cried a record 5 times during Schindler's List.

What a fucking beautiful and poignant movie.
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and i was on a plane. Thank god it was dark.


Also the Shawshank Redemption. I'm damn glad i was away the day we were supposed to watch it in English class.

Probably many more i can't think of right now....
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I watched The Family Stone over the Christmas break and it made me cry. My dad died 3 years ago and the holidays are always a little sad because of it.
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I cry in Titanic when the mini orchestra on the deck is playing "Nearer My God To Thee" and they show the old couple embracing in the bed as they wait to die, and the mother telling their kids a bedtime story as they wait to die.

Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhh!!!
Yep, that scene got me every time. Screw Leonardo, I boo-hoo'd over everybody else...
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As a kid...

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Fox & the Hound
Bambi
Snow White
Old Yeller (nobody else cried when Old Yeller got shot?)

This TV movie about a whale (I think there's a book too, and it's a true story). The whale got trapped in this little bay-type thing up in Newfoundland, guess it was a high tide, and everybody in town is torturing this whale...shooting at it with little piss guns, spearing it etc. And this nature guy is trying to keep the whale alive until the next spring tide so it can get free, but she doesn't make it...when the whale died I bawled like a baby.

Now...
Dead Poet's Society (the O Captain scene in the end)
The Green Mile (when Coffey gets executed)
Field of Dreams (when he asks his dad to have a catch)
Rudy (when Rudy gets into ND, and again when the players are laying their jerseys on the coach's desk)
Titanic

...can't think of any more now, but they're there...I'm a big sap when it comes to movies.

Oh and Extreme Home Makeover? My wife cries in every episode.
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