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BishopQuaker -> Which films have made you cry? (23/10/2009 1:45:34 PM)

Come on people.
Man Up and admit it!

I'll unleash my what is hopefully short (and not too embarassing) list but I need some back up!

BQ




FritzlFan -> RE: Which films have made you cry? (23/10/2009 1:48:12 PM)

None.




BishopQuaker -> RE: Which films have made you cry? (23/10/2009 1:53:05 PM)

Liar.

Even if you've been banging you hands on the floor because it's so terrible.




Scott_ -> RE: Which films have made you cry? (23/10/2009 1:53:31 PM)

None.




BishopQuaker -> RE: Which films have made you cry? (23/10/2009 1:55:05 PM)

Denial isn't just a river in Egypt boys.




Badgers -> RE: Which films have made you cry? (23/10/2009 1:57:18 PM)

Its A Wonderful Life
The Green Mile

Am sure there must be others




Scott_ -> RE: Which films have made you cry? (23/10/2009 1:59:54 PM)

Does crying with laughter count?




boristhespie -> RE: Which films have made you cry? (23/10/2009 2:01:02 PM)

I am a bloke but have no trouble blubbing and admitting it. I don't need to prove manliness. I have bollox and a cock.

I cry for differing reasons usually when its sentimental, violent, or because the filmaking is just so fucking good I think I failed in life not being able to do that (ie. feeling sorry for myself)

Examples?

I Cry At Field of Dreams ending, The Ending of Shawshank for example . Thats Sentimental.

I Cry ar the killing of Sunshine in Little Bigman or at the Patricia Arquette being beaten up in the Unrated version of True Romance. Thats at violence.

More recently I Cried at the end of Ratatouille, because I thought I had just seen movie making masterpiece. Thats envy.

Nothing wrong with blubbing. It just means you have let yourself be taken by a film and lost yourself in it. Id rather do this than give a shit that james Cameron wrote Rambo II. For me experiencing the emotion of the film is better than any amount of geek masturbation over factoids a la Tarantino.




BishopQuaker -> RE: Which films have made you cry? (23/10/2009 2:02:49 PM)

quote:

ORIGINAL: Scott_

Does crying with laughter count?


Yes, but specify




Scott_ -> RE: Which films have made you cry? (23/10/2009 2:04:41 PM)

Anchorman.




BishopQuaker -> RE: Which films have made you cry? (23/10/2009 2:10:38 PM)

I think I probably cried with laughter at Hot Shots...




lukeyboy -> RE: Which films have made you cry? (23/10/2009 2:12:31 PM)

quote:

ORIGINAL: boristhespie

I am a bloke but have no trouble blubbing and admitting it. I don't need to prove manliness. I have bollox and a cock.



Haha - that's a slice of fried comedy gold right there![:D]

I always cry at the beginning credits to Superman 2 - reminds me of being a kid and how much i miss it!![:(]




Badgers -> RE: Which films have made you cry? (23/10/2009 2:31:43 PM)

Whats Eating Gilbert Grape - when he beats up his handicapped brother




Sarah1992 -> RE: Which films have made you cry? (23/10/2009 2:34:57 PM)

Dancer In The Dark was a somewhat heartbreaking watch. Prompted a river of tears afterwards[:(]

I'm generally one of those people who cries at most 'sad' things in films anyway though[;)]




BishopQuaker -> RE: Which films have made you cry? (23/10/2009 2:46:29 PM)

Unsurprisingly UP made me cry.

I turned to the lasses at the end after it and said
"Come on then how many times did you cry"
Lass - "None, I saw you weeping tho"
Me - "I have no problem expressing my feminine side! You, young lady have a heart as cold as stone"

It's comments like that which may also go some way to explain why I'm single.
Ah well, I made my point.




Sarah1992 -> RE: Which films have made you cry? (23/10/2009 2:54:39 PM)


quote:

ORIGINAL: BishopQuaker

Unsurprisingly UP made me cry.

I turned to the lasses at the end after it and said
"Come on then how many times did you cry"
Lass - "None, I saw you weeping tho"
Me - "I have no problem expressing my feminine side! You, young lady have a heart as cold as stone"

It's comments like that which may also go some way to explain why I'm single.
Ah well, I made my point.


I admire you for this[:D]
Not many guys I know would EVER admit to crying at a movie.
I like you[;)]




will1000 -> RE: Which films have made you cry? (23/10/2009 3:07:30 PM)

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UTB -> RE: Which films have made you cry? (23/10/2009 3:25:11 PM)

Recently, Dean Spanley. 




tftrman -> RE: Which films have made you cry? (23/10/2009 3:41:06 PM)

If Brotherhood doesn't make you blub like a little child that's stubbed it's toe then you're dead inside.




boristhespie -> RE: Which films have made you cry? (23/10/2009 4:50:30 PM)

quote:

I admire you for this
Not many guys I know would EVER admit to crying at a movie.
I like you

Sarah 1992



BishopQuaker

You're in.[;)]




wgamador -> RE: Which films have made you cry? (23/10/2009 8:07:11 PM)

The Shawshank Redemption
The Elephant Man
Come and See
Mississippi Burning
Rosewood
Miracle at St. Anna
Ghost


......im officially a pussy.......actually no. [:D]




hampstead bandit -> RE: Which films have made you cry? (23/10/2009 8:53:44 PM)

A.I. (artifical intelligence) - every time, the end scene where he finally spends the day with his mother

Band of Brothers - the episode in the Concentration Camp

many more over the years...

most recently Pixar's UP in the cinema, those 3D glasses are sure handy!








juanvasquez -> RE: Which films have made you cry? (23/10/2009 9:30:37 PM)


quote:

ORIGINAL: tftrman

If Brotherhood doesn't make you blub like a little child that's stubbed it's toe then you're dead inside.


Absolutely. I was like a little girl with a skinned knee at the end of that!

There was something else I watched recently that left a lump in the throat. Can't remember what though...




DaveTheStampede -> RE: Which films have made you cry? (23/10/2009 9:31:21 PM)

quote:

ORIGINAL: tftrman

If Brotherhood doesn't make you blub like a little child that's stubbed it's toe then you're dead inside.

Agreed.  I've watched this film only twice in my life, and both times I cried like a baby.  The second time was with my mother, and she blubbed as well.

'Once Were Warriors' also got a few tears from me.
'Of Mice And Men'.  Can't says as I liked the book very much, but the film was very good.




Biggus -> RE: Which films have made you cry? (23/10/2009 9:37:07 PM)

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Lydia_H -> RE: Which films have made you cry? (23/10/2009 10:58:59 PM)

Sooo many!

Last time I cried was whilst rewatching Sympathy for Mr Vengeance for about the millionth time




scary_ice -> RE: Which films have made you cry? (23/10/2009 11:44:29 PM)


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ORIGINAL: Biggus

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Saw this on tv again recently - the scene where he breaks down talking about how "it wasn't supposed to be this hard" really hit me. I didn't cry but I came close.

I cried at the end of The Lives of Others.

It is easier admitting this on a forum than face to face with someone.[;)]




scary_ice -> RE: Which films have made you cry? (23/10/2009 11:49:58 PM)


quote:

ORIGINAL: Lydia_H

Sooo many!

Last time I cried was whilst rewatching Sympathy for Mr Vengeance for about the millionth time



I haven't watched that for ages but I do love that film. Strangely the thing I remember the most about it is laughing at inappropriate moments, but I think that's kind of the thing about it - there's times where you don't know whether to laugh or cry. At least I hope it's not just me....




darko18 -> RE: Which films have made you cry? (24/10/2009 4:31:08 PM)

Shawshank - Brookes. God that's heavy.

I like a good cry at an emotionally devastating film. Can anyone recommend any? I mean, ones that make you so upset that you shouldn't be around cutlery for the next 24 hours.

I think I have a problem.




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