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21. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 19:24 BST
Apollo 13 - launch prep and lift-off.
Not all crying is sad.
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22. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 19:31 BST
Apollo 13 huh. I went to the pictures to see that and still haven't seen it. fell asleep 5 minutes in
23. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 19:34 BST
I'm too sadistic to cry at movies. I laugh instead
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24. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 19:49 BST
This was me at Titanic when it was end up and the bodies were pachinko-ing down the deck.
25. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 19:52 BST
The only way Titanic would make me cry is if I had to watch it again.(God I hate that movie!)
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26. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 19:55 BST
I would shoot myself if I heard that Celine Dion song again
27. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 19:56 BST
I nearly cried when I saw Titanic had made it in here. A truly upsetting experience.
28. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 20:09 BST
HAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHA...good one Machu. Titanic annoyed the crap out of me. It was so overblown.
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29. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 20:15 BST
Man (embarassment time) I remember bawling towards the end of Free Willy when I was a kid. I think it was the part when they were moving him from the cage to fresh water and he was close to death--I remember my family making fun of me for it for many following years.
Not my proudest moment. Maybe I was crying due to the inclusion of an awful comeback Jacko track on the soundtrack?
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30. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 20:18 BST
Manequin...its just so bad
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31. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 20:19 BST
Armageddon kind of gave me that lump in the throat. The part at the end when Bruce Willis sacrifices himself to save everyone else.
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32. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 20:22 BST
When I was a kid I remember finding it extremely hard to hold back the tears watching E.T The Extra Terrestrial. My parents rented it out for the family to watch and I remember holding the tears in so they wouldn't laugh at me. I managed it but I couldn't bare to watch it again for years - it's one of my favourite films now.
I actually do feel kind of emotional watching some films now, but not necessarily the sad ones. Films where people go against the odds and show inspiration often make me feel like crying. However, as with ET, I always hold it in even when I'm watching alone. So I don't cry at the films but I definately feel it.
33. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 20:26 BST
Armageddon wasn't that good, IMO, but I never forgot that part.
34. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 20:29 BST
ET of course. I must have blocked out the memory of those childhood tears, woah.
35. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 20:35 BST
The Lion King, when Mufasa(is that how its spelt?) dies after saving Simba from the stampeding wilder beast. Damn you Scar!
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36. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 20:43 BST
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37. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 20:46 BST
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38. Posted: Mon 24th Aug 2009 23:01 BST
Finding Nemo is a big one for me, as is Wall-E, and I'm sure there's more. The main culprit, though, is Marley & Me.
I'd read most of the book but stopped reading before the end, but had really enjoyed what I'd read, so as my wife and I both love dogs we went to see the film on our anniversary.
I'm not ashamed to say I spent the last twenty minutes of that film absolutely bawling my eyes out.
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39. Posted: Thu 27th Aug 2009 01:59 BST
Finding Nemo is a big one for me, as is Wall-E, and I'm sure there's more. The main culprit, though, is Marley & Me.I'd read most of the book but stopped reading before the end, but had really enjoyed what I'd read, so as my wife and I both love dogs we went to see the film on our anniversary.I'm not ashamed to say I spent the last twenty minutes of that film absolutely bawling my eyes out.
My friend took her kids to see that movie since it was a family friendly movie and they had just got their kids (ages 7-10) a yellow lab a few months earlier. From what I hear, the end devastated them to no end. Can't say I didn't warn her.
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40. Posted: Thu 27th Aug 2009 02:01 BST
The Fox and the Hound turns me into a little girl
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