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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by WhiteIphone5, Jul 29, 2013.
After watching tons of movies, there only one that could actually make me cry.
I definitely have my moments when something in a film or show can emotionally move me. The last movie I can think of that really made me cry was Courageous. They really put a lot of moving stuff in that movie and without a doubt it "got to me" more than once.
Marley and Me
Boys Don't Cry
Paulie (when I was a little kid)
The end of Pursuit of Happyness. Not tears of sadness, but tears nonetheless.
The Phantom Menace
the one that can make me cry is human stupidity.
Marley and Me
Pay it Forward
Any film where a man look genuinely upset kills me for some reason. lol
Those are the three that immediately come to mind.
Dumbo, when his mother is locked away for being mad, and she reaches her trunk out of the cage to cuddle him. Gets me every time.
The Shawshank Redemption.
La Bamba. I know how it ends, but it gets me every time.
The description of the scene in each movie that got me is to the right of the title in white, since the descriptions are ***spoilers***, I suppose:
Titanic (when she arrives in New York and gives her name as Rose Dawson)
Life as a House (when he gives the house away)
I saw both of those movies a long time ago. Haven't seen anything since that has made me cry. Not that I would mind that, though.
I don't cry over movies, but my lower lip quivers...
Schlinder's List and Green Mile would be a candidates and I got a rush of emotion in the big battle for Return of the King. Sometimes when I'm in awe of a scene, I get emotional for that too.
The closest? Friday Night Lights. You know when - just a yard short.
This one :[
The Dirty Dozen!
Cast Away - watched this when I was a kid and cried when Tom Hanks lost Wilson
Schindler's List made me cry. Thinking about it now makes my eyes well up
Schindler's List is a good one. Then there's one called Always with Dreyfus, Hunter and Goodman. Old Yeller is another.