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Old 12-30-2006, 12:50 AM   #1
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I will admit that I cried my eyes out in these movies

Finding Neverland
Rent
The Fox and the Hound
The Rescuers
Lord of the Rings
Star Wars
Bruce Almighty (right before he gets hit by the truck)
The Lion King
Bambi

...probably forgetting some.

Sidenote: Some of these were when I was much younger.


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Philadelphia
Dead Poet's Society

I'm a sap. I cry at movies...
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Finding Neverland made me cry, a lot, and I totally did not expect it. Waterworks for me.

Like a lot of guys, Field of Dreams = bawling for me, but it's doubly strong for me because my Dad lost his Dad at a young age, and baseball was their main link...and my Dad would do anything to have a catch with his Dad, just one more time. FYI, I'm tearing up now. No joke.

The end of Shawshank makes me cry tears of joy.

The Natural makes me cry a little, again, tears of joy, when Roy Hobbs hits the HR at the end of the film. Music adds to the vibe there.

Schindlers List makes me cry. A lot.

Chariots of Fire makes me cry towards the end...again, the score contributes....and, again, tears of joy.

Forrest Gump, at the end.

That's enough, I think, for one post!!!
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Aww I forgot Dead Poets Society. I totally cried in that one.
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Thank you boys. Thank you
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Bah now I need to go watch it! I miss it.
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More confirmation that I'm a big cry baby!!

Stand By Me
Dead Poet's Society
The Green Mile
Philadelphia
Ghost
Top Gun (when Goose dies)
Awakenings
Beaches
Edward Scissorhands
Titanic
Steel Magnolias
My Girl
Dear America
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It's a Wonderful Life

"No man is a failure who has friends."

Seriously, I can watch just the last 10 minutes of that flick and get all weepy.
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More confirmation that I'm a big cry baby!!


Top Gun (when Goose dies)

That's fantastic.

"Talk to me Goose".
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Secret: I cry in almost all Disney movies.

Mostly because I am in mourning of my own childhood.

I cry during a lot of movies though.
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I had seen "Stepmom" in a theater out of town a few years back (when it was released), and my friends and I start bawling our eyes out and our noses were running. And of course, no tissues, napkins, paper. Nothin'
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any Holocaust movies
Lion King
Fox and the Hound
What's Eating Gilbert Grape
About Schmidt
Life as a House
The Green Mile


I'm sure there's plenty more I'm forgetting
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I cried with Titanic but because I was like: 'oh my... that was a really bad film '
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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!!!
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1. Field of Dreams - The ONLY film in the world that absolutely gaurantees balls-to-the-walls sobbing every time I see it. Also one of my all-time favs.

All the rest of these at least made me cry once or twice, but not necessarily every time I see them:

2. Finding Neverland

3. Awakenings (damn good flick)

4. Lady in the Water (believe it or not. When Giamatti's character is holding Story, and begging his dead family for forgiveness...i got pretty teary.)

5. The one episode of Nip/Tuck where Christian has to give up Wilber. Man..I cried like a baby.
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