A movie that make you cry..?

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Write the name of movie that make you cry .
Here is mine ' A milon dollar baby "
  • Profile picture of the author Bjarne Eldhuset
    I probably shouldn't say this, but I saw The Green Mile when it came out, and remember having a drop of salt water in my eyes at one point.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kurt
    My first tear jerker: Old Yeller
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  • Profile picture of the author code888
    the Titanic
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Motley
    old yeller was a serious tear jerker back in the day.

    saving private ryan does it to me, but just one part. When the medic gets shot. He's trying to evaluate his own wounds, then finds out its his liver, he's the only one in the group that would be able to possibly fix himself, and realizes he's done. The thought of being a 20 something year old kid, thousands of miles away from home, dying, KNOWING he's dying, then slipping off into the darkness calling for his momma.
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  • Profile picture of the author ghyphena
    I cried during the opening scene of Finding Nemo and vehemently refused to watch the rest of it, despite repeated assurances that things got better.
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    • Profile picture of the author garyv
      Originally Posted by ghyphena View Post

      I cried during the opening scene of Finding Nemo and vehemently refused to watch the rest of it, despite repeated assurances that things got better.
      I love Finding Nemo - It's that first scene that makes it such a powerful movie and live up to it's name. Plus ellen degeneres is incredible in this movie...
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      • Profile picture of the author GT
        Hello:

        I shouldn't admit this and you may not believe it ... (and please, PLEASE don't tell my wife I am actually admitting an inclination towards sensitivity!) ... but, a few nights ago, we watched Will Ferrell's Stranger Than Fiction and towards the end of the movie, I was beginning to feel the onset of an uncharacteristic emotional response ... thank goodness my dear spouse did not notice!

        (There have been a few other movies that made me cry, too, but not because they were sad or good ... only because they were bad and I was sorry I had wasted the time and the money!) lol

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    Don't tell anyone: A Walk to Remember
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    The Notebook
    August Rush
    Everytime I watch "The Locator" or "Adoption Stories".
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      Originally Posted by Kirahster View Post

      The Notebook
      August Rush
      Everytime I watch "The Locator" or "Adoption Stories".
      August Rush is both excitingand inspiring.. It touches my heart! :-)
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  • Profile picture of the author HeySal
    Oh Wow - Kurt, Ken ---- you beat me to it. Old Yeller was the first one to ever tear me up a little bit (yes, Ken - I'm old, too.) I usually don't cry during movies about humans, but give me a sad animal story and I'll sob like a kid who just got their candy stolen.
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    • Profile picture of the author WhiteCanvasPro
      I think it was Titanic.
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    • Profile picture of the author KenThompson
      Originally Posted by HeySal View Post

      (yes, Ken - I'm old, too.)
      Impossible. Simply cannot be.

      Kurt? Ok. But not you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Phnx
    It's A Wonderful Life
    The Notebook

    too many others to mention.......
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  • Profile picture of the author Patrician
    The Green Mile and Now Voyager.

    Sometimes there are worse things than crying - I can't explain but "Wuthering Heights' does it to me - its like 'gut wrenching' and a big black hole.

    yeh - old yeller or anything where animals have it bad and anything about African starvation will make me cry.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kurt
      Originally Posted by Patrician View Post

      The Green Mile and Now Voyager.

      Sometimes there are worse things than crying - I can't explain but "Wuthering Heights' does it to me - its like 'gut wrenching' and a big black hole.

      yeh - old yeller or anything where animals have it bad and anything about African starvation will make me cry.
      There's one infomercial about this 8 year old orphaned african kid taking care of his 3 younger brothers that gets to me every time I see it.

      I also just saw a story on ESPN about a 12 year old kid that has had cancer 8 times and had to have an eye removed when he was 2 (?). However, cancer returned and he needed to have his other eye removed. Watching the kid going into surgery, knowing he would come out blind was gut-wrenching. It really makes you wonder why life can't be more fair.

      Old Yeller was just my first lesson in how tough life can be some times...
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  • Profile picture of the author Adam Carn
    Can I say... I didn't like Finding Nemo... Please don't kill me (hides).

    My fave animations are Aladin, Shrek 2 and The Incredibles.

    Still, none of these made me cry.

    Probably the latest movie that got me emotional was Sisterhood Of The Travelling Pants. Ok you can stop laughing now. Still though, I didn't cry (I don't think).

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  • Profile picture of the author drwhogoesthere
    The Green Mile, this just turn me into a complete mess
    King Kong, I cant watch the ending
    Mr Hollands Opus, this movie inspired me to become a teacher. The problem is all my students have seen me cry, mainly over the next movie, and I watch it every year.
    Gallipoli, about the ANZAC's heroic fight agiants the Turks in WW1.
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    I'm shocking in movies. The problem only get worse because the girlfriend and I are just as bad as each other.
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    the curious case of benjamin button
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    • Profile picture of the author Sheryl Polomka
      Originally Posted by Alex.M View Post

      the curious case of benjamin button
      Did you cry because it was such a bad movie
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  • Profile picture of the author CDarklock
    For me, the big one is Cars. It's the part where Lightning McQueen goes back for the King and says he just figured the King should finish his last race. Gets me every single time.
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    • Profile picture of the author MissTerraK
      Legends of the Fall breaks my heart!

      Sweet Home Alabama!
      Parent Trap!, the original
      Tears of joy! I just love when the guy and girl reunite!

      The Incredible Journey, also tears of joy! Children and their pets reunited! Reminds me of when my puppy was lost for two days in the fields, when I was just little girl! Happy emotion filled reunions, they get me everytime!

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      • Profile picture of the author halfpoint
        I've cried in more movies that I'm going to admit to, but in recent times, I absolutely bawled my eyes out during Marley & Me.
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        • Profile picture of the author Radix
          Saving Private Ryan at the end when he's at Normandy with his family.


          The interviews at the end of Band of Brothers are pretty harsh as well.


          I can't even imagine their pain and suffering.
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          • Profile picture of the author Leedir
            Any emotional scene and my husband's got this wicked grin.

            The Green Mile
            Saving Private Ryan
            Message In A Bottle

            The list is not going to end. And even if it is a comedy I'm watching, I laugh so much that I have tears running down my face
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  • Profile picture of the author garyv
    "Faith Like Potatoes" excellent tear-jerker
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  • Profile picture of the author Hanksays
    THE GREEN MILE will at least make a normal person sad
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    • Profile picture of the author PaulMcDonald
      thank you Kelly...I was wondering if anyone was going to put down Brian's Song. And I agree, not the remake...(some movies should just not be remade)! If you don't cry with this movie...you have NO heart!

      Paul
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      • Profile picture of the author tresfavian
        New Movie out with Leonardo Dicaprio and Kate Winslett
        Revolutionary Road - Wow, a really sad love story. You gotta be in the mood. Watched it 5 times !!
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  • Profile picture of the author worldpeace1988
    For me its Awarapan , Soldier. Both are bollywood movies
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  • Profile picture of the author tjmiller
    My list of movies that have made me cry would be longer than the number of years I have been around. (And that's saying a lot.) I am just a crier. My husband laughed at me early on in our marriage, because I cried over an episode of Benson (a sitcom.) But Benson's mother died in that episode. Yeah, I even tear up over a sappy commercial sometimes.
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    • Profile picture of the author Karen Blundell
      Originally Posted by tjmiller View Post

      My list of movies that have made me cry would be longer than the number of years I have been around. (And that's saying a lot.) I am just a crier. My husband laughed at me early on in our marriage, because I cried over an episode of Benson (a sitcom.) But Benson's mother died in that episode. Yeah, I even tear up over a sappy commercial sometimes.
      I had to laugh when I read this because you are just like me. I cry watching anything...if there's a hint of sadness, that's it, I'm doomed. Good thing I hardly wear makeup :p
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  • Profile picture of the author M Thompson
    Cinema paradiso... has me blubbering like a 2 year old everytime
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  • Profile picture of the author DPSikes
    "Where the Red Fern Grows." Blubbered like a baby when I saw that as a kid.
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    • Profile picture of the author MissTerraK
      Originally Posted by DPSikes View Post

      "Where the Red Fern Grows." Blubbered like a baby when I saw that as a kid.
      I still blubber at that one, so I sent it to Missouri with my son when he moved there to complete his education!

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  • Profile picture of the author Laura B
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    • Profile picture of the author GT
      Oh, oh. Here's another one:

      Star Trek (2009) movie: Right at the beginning when Captain George Kirk sacrifices his own life to safe hundreds of his crew members, including his wife and newborn son, James Tiberius.

      Watched it in the theatre a few months ago. Watched it again tonight on DVD. Forgot about that emotionally charged opening scene!

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      • Profile picture of the author Adam Carn
        Originally Posted by GT View Post

        Oh, oh. Here's another one:

        Star Trek (2009) movie: Right at the beginning when Captain George Kirk sacrifices his own life to safe hundreds of his crew members, including his wife and newborn son, James Tiberius.

        Watched it in the theatre a few months ago. Watched it again tonight on DVD. Forgot about that emotionally charged opening scene!

        GT
        Ohhhhh was that a spoiler?

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        • Profile picture of the author The 13th Warrior
          I don't go to horror movies the same reason I don't watch tear jerker movies,

          1) The IRS is one example of life making you lose your taste and fun to be scared..,

          2) For tear jerkers, see reason #1 above.


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  • Profile picture of the author Sancho Sanches
    Titanic. Because I couldn't leave.
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    If Only, A Walk To Remember, and mooooore.... lol..
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  • Profile picture of the author nazhuz
    latest movie that makes me cry, PAPADOM, it's from my country Malaysia, y'all should watch it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kurt
    I "think" the difference between Old Yeller and all the others on this thread is that Old Yeller is a kids movie. Making kids cry, DAMN that Walt Disney!!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Motley
    I loved old disney movies. I've practically watched kurt russell grow up from about 18 years old to now
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  • Profile picture of the author stells
    The last touching movie that I watched was Haticho
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  • Profile picture of the author drwhogoesthere
    The movie I cried over the most was Jurrasic Park. All I could think was I wasted time and money an that rubbish.
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    • Profile picture of the author thunderbird
      Originally Posted by drwhogoesthere View Post

      The movie I cried over the most was Jurrasic Park. All I could think was I wasted time and money an that rubbish.
      I hear you. That makes me weepy-eyed too.
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  • Profile picture of the author comusher
    The HBO film Taking Chance. Rarely does a movie make me cry but this one did it.
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    • Profile picture of the author All Night Cafe
      Mine is Porky's. Year 1981. If you seen it, you'll
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    • Profile picture of the author Kay King
      I'd cry again today if I watched old yeller

      There is one older movie called "Somewhere in Time" that made me cry but crying over a movie is very unusual for me. The exception is any movie where an animal gets hurt - even though I know it's not real.

      Now real life - THAT can make me cry!
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  • Profile picture of the author jacktackett
    Like Sancho I cried at Titanic because I realized I had spent real money to see it. Its one of those movies where I didn't want my money back - I wanted the TIME back....

    of course being a he man type of guy I don't cry - but do remember getting something in my eyes during Mr. Holland's Opus, UP!, and old yeller.

    Had to explain to my youngest son that I wasn't crying during Up! just had something in my eye - somehow I got the feeling he didn't believe me.....
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    • Profile picture of the author Joey J
      good will hunting and antwone fisher

      many others but these two stand out
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    • Profile picture of the author JakeDaly
      The only time I've ever cried during a film was the original 'Airbud,' the one where the dog played soccer. The scene where the boy runs through the field looking for airbud but can't find him. I was also seven.

      Films aren't good enough these days to make me elicit much of any emotion, yet alone crying.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jay_Mueller
    Ghost. Taking Chance was a great movie. Marley and Me at the end.
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    • Profile picture of the author clint48
      I got tears in my eyes when I saw "Once Upon Time in the West" I saw it in the late sixties, but even today I consider it the best movie I have ever seen.

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  • Profile picture of the author sakto
    Mine is Artificial Intelligence and Marley and Me too.
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    • Profile picture of the author bittbunny
      Originally Posted by tjmiller View Post

      My list of movies that have made me cry would be longer than the number of years I have been around. (And that's saying a lot.) I am just a crier. My husband laughed at me early on in our marriage, because I cried over an episode of Benson (a sitcom.) But Benson's mother died in that episode. Yeah, I even tear up over a sappy commercial sometimes.

      Originally Posted by Karen Blundell View Post

      I had to laugh when I read this because you are just like me. I cry watching anything...if there's a hint of sadness, that's it, I'm doomed. Good thing I hardly wear makeup :p
      At least I'm not the only one this happens to. I think it started with that Tim Horton's commercial (for all my Canadians out there, you probably know what commercial I'm talking about). Ever since I saw it, any movie/show/commercial that has a hint of sadness to it, I cry.

      I don't even bother changing the channel anymore. I just put the remote down and walk out the room.
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    Good Will Hunting
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  • Profile picture of the author Andie
    Yeah, Marley and Me had me tearing up.........and I"m not a big crier at all..
    but my all-time fav I can NOT make it through without tears?

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    Terminator 2 he he
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    The Notebook
    Slamdog Millionaire
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  • Profile picture of the author Basilica
    Im new to this forum. Im rather an action movie guy myself nowadays, but I remember seeing "The Champ" with Jon Voight and a young Ricky Schroeder when I was really young. That choked me up at the end when he was telling his dad to get up...
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  • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
    I Am Sam
    Awakenings
    Schindler's List (at the end of the war when Schindler is saying goodbye)
    Lassie Come Home (as a kid)

    Surprised no-one has mentioned Bambi yet.
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    The Iron Giant
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    as far i remember is titanic
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    • Profile picture of the author clint48
      I see that many people seem to like "The Green Mile" so I rented it and hope to watch it in the next few days. If it is as good as most people say it is I may have to change the movie I listed about. Thanks for starting this thread, for me this is a good way for me to choose some good movies to watch.

      Usually when one or two people tell me a movie is good it is not something I like, but I have talked to six or seven people about "The Green Mile" and they all loved it, so I can't wait to watch it.

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      • Profile picture of the author xiaophil
        Seen a few lip-wobblers - The Green Mile was certainly one of them, and I caught myself blubbering at the end of The Bucket List. Really good movies.

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    The Blindside
    Braveheart...

    so sad
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      Dark Victory (Bette Davis)
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  • Profile picture of the author monika brown
    For me it was The Shawshank Redemption, (when brooks kills himself)
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  • Profile picture of the author solardave
    Planes Trains and Automobiles.(after laughing until my sides hurt the twist at the end got me)
    Rudy (the ultimate underdog movie)
    My Dad was at Normandy Beach and I watched Saving Private Ryan with him. Seeing him cry really did me in. He's gone now and I don't think I'll ever watch that movie again.
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  • Profile picture of the author Bewley
    The last 5 mins of ET - saw it with my fiancée (now wife) when it was first released. Nearly bust a blood vessel trying to keep the tears in! It was funny seeing most of the blokes all red-eyed as we came out of the cinema. Whenever I watch it now, I just unashamedly let the tears roll.

    The last scene from The Elephant Man - John Merrick (played by John Hurt) go's to sleep without his pillow, knowing that without his head propped up he will die.

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  • Profile picture of the author Sumit Menon
    I never cried to a movie... Actually, I don't remember the last time I cried.

    But, the final episode of F.R.I.E.N.D.S. does give me the goosebumps.
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  • Profile picture of the author dgoldie
    Philadelphia (1993) with Tom Hanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author antiquenh
    The Bucket List with Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman. It's one of those movies that made me cry but I also felt good afterwards. It made me appreciate life better
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  • Profile picture of the author JBorhez
    I finally watched 'The Notebook' last night after much resistance for fear of it being to 'romantically girly'. I really like it! I wholeheartedly felt the combined tears of sadness and joy.
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  • Profile picture of the author marhollifield
    I was teary eyed after watching the Armageddon. I am always touched by stories portraying big sacrifices for the sake of their love ones.
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  • Profile picture of the author SpeedofMoney
    The most recent King Kong.

    I don't know why, but I was crying in sympathy for King Kong's struggles. =/
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  • Profile picture of the author Link Street
    A bollywood movie - Taare jamin Par made me cry in theater.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kierkegaard
    I shed a tear during the Jimmy episode of Quantum leap. The whole episode was such a contrived tear-jerker I never thought it would would get to me but it did. Recently, there is a show in the UK called Silent Witness and there was a quite harrowing episode about a 15 year old girl who had been tortured in her country and was all alone in the UK. There was scene when she looks up with such hope in her eyes but you know that the news is going to be bad. That look got to me.
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  • Profile picture of the author vivekg
    There are so many movies, but I think Marley and me and braveheart as well. It really made me sad when Bruce Willis dies.
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  • Profile picture of the author valerieSONORA
    When I was lil and The Little Mermaid came out, I cried at the end when Ariel left her Daddy and everyone else in the sea to be a human

    Then My Girl when the boy died at the end.

    That's about it. I don't watch much movies, especially sad ones or chick flick sad romantic ones. Now I just roll my eyes while everyone else cries if I happen to see a tear jerker type
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  • Profile picture of the author sloanjim
    The Elephant Man

    "I am not not an elephant, I am not an animal, I am human being"

    soooooooo sad.
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  • Profile picture of the author trevor75
    Oh come on guys...have any of you not seen The Elephant Man, came out in 1981 with Anthony Hopkins? Good lord, if you can sit through that and not shed a single tear then your one cold hearted person. Especially since it was a true story!
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  • Profile picture of the author Sheryl Polomka
    Marley and Me
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  • Profile picture of the author valerieSONORA
    I'm really not a movie person, haven't even heard of most of these movies.

    But Bambi...that was sad Poor Bambi and poor Bambi's Mommy Some mean, nasty hunter killed her I forgot about that one sniff sniff.
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  • Profile picture of the author sloanjim
    you clearly do not read the previous posts before making comments then?

    Oh come on guys...have any of you not seen The Elephant Man, came out in 1981 with Anthony Hopkins? Good lord, if you can sit through that and not shed a single tear then your one cold hearted person. Especially since it was a true story!
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    The Elephant Man

    "I am not not an elephant, I am not an animal, I am human being"

    soooooooo sad.
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  • Profile picture of the author sloanjim
    True but it was Titanicized. In that the story around it was made up. But a heartbreaker.

    The scenee where he goes to visit the Dr and his wife and shows the picture of his mum..and tells them how disappointed she must have been with him......He was so humble but treated so badly. Oh gee my eyes are swelling up.

    I too never used to ever think about this in movies until the lst 5 years or so....??? Male menapuase? :-(

    Especially since it was a true story!
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  • Profile picture of the author tanzeelniazi
    I will go with Titanic
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  • Profile picture of the author futurestrategy
    There are several good movies which made me cry. But The Notebook and Titanic are the ones which affected me more. Both were worth watching.
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  • Profile picture of the author Andie
    awww--- Eight Below came on last night....forgot about that one. Definitely got me in the end a little bitty bit <sniff>

    Andie
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  • Profile picture of the author Denise Ashurst
    OMG Practically any movie geared to jerking tears and even some that aren't deliberate...but the worst EVER was The Colour purple - the only book I ever read three times before the film...so three seconds into the film I was ready to let rip!! Big red puffy shamed face coming out of the film into bright lights of the Foyer

    The news.....ads....radio interviews.... Pathetic really!
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  • Profile picture of the author delta_secret
    There are many movies that have made me cry...like...
    Forrest Gump
    The Lord of the Rings
    Harry Potter Series
    Apollo 13
    Wall-E
    Up


    and so on...
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  • Profile picture of the author new12world
    I dont see any movie that makes me cry......ha ha
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  • Profile picture of the author kimdecena
    Life is Beautiful made me cry buckets. Gladiator as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author Quill
    About 80% of the tear jerker scenes will elicit salt water wells in my eyes,it's to easy or am i a big sissy.
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  • Profile picture of the author benidorm-hotels
    I think it was titanic and pursuit of happiness
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    • Profile picture of the author martinroy
      The Notebook and the recent film The Pursuit of Happyness with Will Smith and his son. That movie had the whole entire movie theater in tears.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Ellis
    Attack of the Killer Tomatoes

    ...it was so bad I cried.
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