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RE: Which films have made you cry? - 22/4/2010 2:46:23 PM   
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Yeah the first 10 minutes of Up.  The last 10 minutes of The Notebook.

Titanic when the ship is sinking and the Captain is going down with it
Moulin Rouge.

I get choked up more than actually cry really.  Happens quite a lot too, and sometimes during some real tat....

Only read the most recent page of this thread, but I have a feeling that I'm not the only one who gets teary at inanimate objects blowing up.  For example, The Enterprise in Star Trek 3 and Babylon 5 in Sleeping in Light, the final episode.

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RE: Which films have made you cry? - 24/4/2010 8:44:18 PM   
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Armageddon when Bruce Willis presses the button on the bomb ... every time!

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RE: Which films have made you cry? - 24/4/2010 9:44:08 PM   
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RE: Which films have made you cry? - 25/4/2010 2:04:57 PM   
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*WARNING SPOILERS AHEAD FOR THE FOLLOWING FILMS: Kick-Ass and A Series of Unfortunate Events*

I don't usually cry in a film, but I did...

- At the end of 'Heat' with DeNiro and Pacino
- Surprisingly in 'Kick-Ass', the Big Daddy death scene
- First 10 minutes of 'Up'
- A Series of Unfortunate Events when the orphans read a letter from their dead parents
- At the end of Gladiator



So maybe some unusual ones, but I did!

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RE: Which films have made you cry? - 30/4/2010 3:33:55 PM   
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These scenes are always guaranteed to get me blubbing like a baby.

1-Brooks' release from prison in The Shawshank Redemption.
2-The last twenty minutes of The Green Mile.
3-The final scene from Lost in Translation.
4-The first ten minutes of Up.
5-When Old Rose in Titanic tells Bill Paxton she doesn't have a picture of Jack, he exists only in her memory.

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RE: Which films have made you cry? - 30/4/2010 6:35:59 PM   
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Not a movie but the finale of Battlestar Galactica

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Adam and Roslin's final moments + Bear McCreary's score.

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RE: Which films have made you cry? - 30/4/2010 9:47:10 PM   
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None.


I watched Up the other night and I can confirm I'm still an emotionless husk. Like a Terminator.

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RE: Which films have made you cry? - 1/5/2010 10:33:54 AM   
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Sadly only Jerry Maguire (when he says goodbye to the little boy) started to set me off, along with the end scene in Patch Adams.

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RE: Which films have made you cry? - 2/5/2010 10:17:09 PM   
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titanic (first and secound time i saw it)
love actualy
the holiday
allllll the dog movies ive ever seen (i always cry when i see a sad dog movie)


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RE: Which films have made you cry? - 3/5/2010 1:02:23 AM   
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I usually have a heart of stone but these babies made me blub like a little girl:
The end of Moulin Rouge
The end of The English Patient
The end of Casablanca

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RE: Which films have made you cry? - 4/5/2010 4:15:39 PM   
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SPOILERS... sort of.

Transformers: The Movie (1986) - The passing of the Matrix and then the flatlining
E.T - 'I'll bee right here'
The Dark Knight - 'He's a silent guardian. A watchful protector. A Dark Knight.'
Forrest Gump - Talking to Jenny, under the tree, about little Forrest.
The Lion King - After the stampede
Toy Story 2 - Jessie's song
Blackadder Goes Fourth - Over the top
Schindlers List - 'For this. I could have gotten one more person...and I didn't! And I...I didn't'
Empire Strikes Back - Han gets frozen, I am welling up just playing it through my mind, I think its probably the music and when Leia shouts out 'I love you', Han cool as a cucumber, just says 'I know'

Having read all of the above, I have come to the conclusion that I am a big softie.

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RE: Which films have made you cry? - 16/5/2010 10:56:36 AM   
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The end scene in The Green Mile when he's being sentenced to death and all the guards are in tears. Jeezo, I was a tear-soaked, blubbering mess of a man. I was actually sobbing!

Up - the opening montage is heartbreaking.

The Road - such a bleak film and with the innocence of youth being affected.

Band of Brothers.

Recently - The Pacific **SPOILER** when Basilone goes back to war and is shot. The shock on the faces of the rookie soldiers and then the beautiful, craning camera shot that soars up in the air and looks down on the devastation. It's just so sad.

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RE: Which films have made you cry? - 16/5/2010 4:28:03 PM   
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RE: Which films have made you cry? - 16/5/2010 5:09:48 PM   
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Too many to mention really but I did watch The Notebook for the first time this morning and did indeed shed a tear or 72. Really affecting. Plus Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams were just gorgeous in it

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RE: Which films have made you cry? - 17/5/2010 3:03:10 PM   
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Loads relly the usual UP etc but 1 comes to mind is Von Ryans Express when Old Blue Eyes is making a dash for the train at the end and gets gunned down by the Germans (DAMN YOU! YOU KRAUT BASTARDS!).

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RE: Which films have made you cry? - 19/5/2010 5:48:39 AM   
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My family still claim to this day that I blubbed during E.T. when I was a kid, but I still refuse to believe it. I was strong, I tell you!

Which leaves two occasions when I've actually been in tears in the cinema, although there have been a few other close calls (Babe for one, three times I was nearly in tears).

The first, with no small sense of irony, was Boys Don't Cry. Saw it with my girlfriend at the time and we both found it very powerful. Hilary Swank deserved that Oscar.

The second, like almost everyone else, was Up. I actually cried four times, twice because it was so sad, and twice with tears of laughter - I don't know what it was, but when Alpha has the broken voice box, I just could not stop laughing. I love you, Pixar.

I have, though, learned not to watch anything if I'm feeling unwell. Once, with a very heavy cold verging on 'flu, I cried at Pingu...


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RE: Which films have made you cry? - 19/5/2010 11:23:31 PM   
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Too many to mention really but I did watch The Notebook for the first time this morning and did indeed shed a tear or 72. Really affecting. Plus Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams were just gorgeous in it


It's just so sad! Wonderful film though.


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RE: Which films have made you cry? - 20/5/2010 12:09:29 AM   
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I well up at a lot of movies if they are emotionally engaging..
From Schindlers List to The Lion King,
I think the thing about these movies that make you feel that way is that they are all great movies in their own way,some surprisingly so...like Up-who'd have thought?

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RE: Which films have made you cry? - 29/5/2010 2:02:24 PM   
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Allegro Non Troppo. The Feline Fantasies segment. It's completely devastating. I won't let my mum watch it.

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RE: Which films have made you cry? - 19/6/2010 1:36:11 AM   
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It's a Wonderful Life makes cry everytime as does Finding Neverland.

and without shame T2

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RE: Which films have made you cry? - 19/6/2010 1:46:55 AM   
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Ordinary People.
The Clearing.
Rocky Balboa.

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RE: Which films have made you cry? - 24/6/2010 1:26:06 PM   
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Brother Bear, Up, Where the Wild Things are and when I first watched it, Grey Gardens (2009) to a massive extent. I do cry at a lot of films. But those are the ones that really got me going.

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RE: Which films have made you cry? - 24/6/2010 3:43:55 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: ace14

SPOILERS... sort of.

Transformers: The Movie (1986) - The passing of the Matrix and then the flatlining
E.T - 'I'll bee right here'
The Dark Knight - 'He's a silent guardian. A watchful protector. A Dark Knight.'
Forrest Gump - Talking to Jenny, under the tree, about little Forrest.
The Lion King - After the stampede
Toy Story 2 - Jessie's song
Blackadder Goes Fourth - Over the top
Schindlers List - 'For this. I could have gotten one more person...and I didn't! And I...I didn't'
Empire Strikes Back - Han gets frozen, I am welling up just playing it through my mind, I think its probably the music and when Leia shouts out 'I love you', Han cool as a cucumber, just says 'I know'

Having read all of the above, I have come to the conclusion that I am a big softie.

Anchorman - 'The arsonist had unusually large feet'






Gordon's entire narrative is achingly heartfelt in that last period, equally in Begins when he says to Batman 'I didn't say thank you' and the reply comes 'and you'll never have too' - just perfect understanding of their relationship personally and to Gotham, I cry for it's understanding and I cry because of the love of the characters.

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RE: Which films have made you cry? - 28/6/2010 9:14:03 PM   
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ok i seem to cry wayyy more than everyone else here.

million dollar baby - the last 20 minutes...just sobbing
brokeback mountain
ladder 49
the lion king
my sisters keeper
marley and me
the time travelers wife
ghost
a walk to remember
click
boy in the striped pyjamas - that was the worst. just sat and cried for about 15 minutes after it had finished!

there's more but i'm not going to make myself sound too pathetic and emotional :')

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RE: Which films have made you cry? - 28/6/2010 10:54:13 PM   
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man on the moon, where the wild things are, titanic, atonement, breakfast at tiffanys. 

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RE: Which films have made you cry? - 30/6/2010 6:05:40 PM   
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When ET gets left behind. Kills me.

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"You're not a man of god" - 1/7/2010 1:39:20 PM   
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I'm a little suprised about the volume of people who cracked whilst watching 'UP'. I'm feeling left out for sure.

Only two films have ever made me well up. First time I saw The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou.  I'd been away from home for a year and was back in town with old friends. I'd missed them alot while I was away and we were on a group trip to the cinema.

[SPOILERS]
The scene at the end of the film where Zissou breaks down in the submarine when confronted with the shark that ate his best friend just got me totally by suprise. As he weeps the rest of the crew hold him. I think the family/friend angle of that scene really resonated with me at the time. The Sigur Rós track soundtracking the sequence couldn't be more perfect.


The final moments of The Magdalane Sisters is utterly gut wrenching. Just watch it. The film is a hidden gem. The credits roll and you're left devastated.

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RE: "You're not a man of god" - 1/7/2010 2:28:40 PM   
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UP got me totally. Numerous tearing up scenes. They did emotional to perfection in that film.

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RE: Which films have made you cry? - 1/7/2010 2:38:32 PM   
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Other than that, from Breaking Point on to the end of the series, Band of Brothers turned me into an emotional wreck.  The final interview with the real Dick Winters (you know the one) made me actually make some odd choking sobbing sound.


God, I've only just recently got around to watching Band Of Brothers and that bit had me fighting back the tears. The episode before with the concentration camp is possibly the most emotionally devastating piece of television I've ever seen. Blubbing I was.

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RE: Which films have made you cry? - 2/7/2010 12:33:44 PM   
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Shawshank
Schindler's List
The Fox and the Hound (I was 11 and it was very upsetting)

I saw Con Air recently and that had me crying by the time the Jerry Bruckheimer card came up.  I think that was hysteria due to the awesomeness of getting to see it on a big screen though.  Most fun I've had in a cinema ever.

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