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1. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 02:29 BST
Titanic (1997) [Of course] - Pretty much the middle and final heartwrenching parts of it. RIP Titanic (1911-1912). I think it was the music that had an effect on me.Click (2006) - A very ridiculous movie with the most emotional death seen I've seen in an otherwise lighthearted movie (even thugh it was only a dream).Bridge to Terabithia (2007/2008) - That part where the teacher told this student who lost his friend how she grieves and lives on without her husband. I blubbered like a baby in that part.
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2. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 02:32 BST
Believe it or not, one of the few movies that have made me cry was Casper.
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3. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 02:32 BST
Whichever movie that puts me in eternal pain and anguish
4. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 02:34 BST
"Mask" (1985) the movie about the deformed teenager with a heart of gold. It's one of those films that kind of puts normal, everyday problems in perspective.
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5. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 02:37 BST
wow, for me terabithia was the most sad because of that scene. and the movie that always makes me cry is life is beautiful: its a very good movie, yet its sad at the end
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6. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 02:39 BST
Let me think............First Blood: Only at the end when Rambo is cursing everything and breaking down like I sometimes do... (Don't Ask)Transformers (1986): R.I.P. Optimus.... even if they did bring him back... twice.Bridge to Teribithia: It's already been said but when the young girl dies, I'm in pure tears.The Haunting in Conneticuit (2009) Because it was completley different from the original and was downright terrible.Transformer (2007 and 2009): I fell for Micheal Bay's scam twice....
7. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 03:10 BST
Only one film has ever made me cry. Grave Of The Fireflies. That was just such a depressing and sad film, especially near the ending (I'd say more but I don't want to spoil it). Brilliant and very emotional. To me, nothing else comes close (That I've watched)
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8. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 03:14 BST
Titantic , the ending was sad but beautiful.
9. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 03:18 BST
Super Mario Bros Movie. It made me cry out of sheer crapiness
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10. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 15:47 BST
I can besentimental. Father and son stuff gets to me due to my poor relationship with my own father, so Field of Dreams and Jacob's Ladder are near the top. Platoon, due again to my father (Dad is a Vietnam vet), though I don't regard it as a terribly good film.
The documentary Shoah and Spielberg's Shindler's List (though it strayed a bit from the book with it's more sympathetic portrait of Schindler -- that's Hollywood!). Despite my own family not having members that went through the Shoah, it's still horrible to consider that so many of my people were killed over mere bigotry.
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11. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 15:54 BST
Big Fish gets me every time. There are quite a few movies that can almost make me cry, but Big Fish and maybe 1 or 2 others are the only ones I've ever actually cried over.
12. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 15:59 BST
Finding NeverlandGloryThe Boy in Stripped Pyjamas
13. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 16:26 BST
I've gotten a little choked up during an occasional film, but the only film I ever cried at was when I was a boy and saw Old Yeller.
Not that I cried, though. It was allergies. And I had something in my eye. And my eyes were red because I hadn't slept well.
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14. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 16:31 BST
It's a Wonderful Life.
15. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 16:34 BST
@vakama94: yes i saw that movie at school and it made me sad, i almost cried, but i was at school so i had to hold it.
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16. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 17:07 BST
Doctor Zhivago. One of my all time faves and I watch it regularly, but when I see him sat on that tram at the end, gazing out the window... I have to prepare myself for what's coming next.
Bambi. Nuff said.
And Field of Dreams. I don't mean to copy Sean, in fact I was surprised to hear someone else view that film the way I do. I would avoid it if it came on as it's me and my Father's movie, we don't see each other anymore, which is a good and bad thing for both of us. Brilliant film though.
Also, when I watched The Mist, that awesome ending made the person I was watching with ball their eyes out, whilst I was amazed at how bold it was, I couldn't believe they did that.
17. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 17:11 BST
TC, I didn't like Click that much but that was just me. It was somewhat sad though.
Anyone see The Bucket List? An almost-beautiful movie. The ending is both touching and very sad.
18. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 17:22 BST
That was an interesting way to end the movie, I'll give them that. Didn't expect that at all!
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20. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 19:19 BST
I seem to be getting worse the older I get.I rarely cried at movies in the past but I think that the birth of my daughter and the recent loss of my father has made me like a hormonal woman.Case in point my lady made me watch Marley and Me recently and by the end I was really choked up,so sad.But hey guy's there's nothing wrong with a good cry now and then huh?
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