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Movies That Make You Cry

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Guest MissSiul

Im a sensitive person,a lot of things can affect me

or make me feel bad,but I hardly really cry

The movies that I cried are Titanic and Marley & Me(I like the book better,

but the movie made me cry more)

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Guest Nightgirl

OK here I go. The one that gets me the most is," The Notebook " both of my parents died of Alzheimer's disease.

"Revenge of the Sith" When Anakin Skywalker kill the young ones. Now on Hormones I cry at everything, today the girl I work with got me a cake for my birthday. She said, "why are you crying". I said I don't know.

I'm crying now because of the movies you've listed.

I actually love being able to cry. Night-girl

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JJ

Happy Birthday Nightgirl!

I am sorry I didn't include you on the cake and ice cream today but your birthday wasn't listed so I didn't know.

I hope it was a good birthday and that the coming year will be fulled with wishes coming true.

Hugs

Johnny and Laura's Playground

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Guest vertigo

I shed a tear every time I see The Green Mile. I swear, that's the saddest thing ever, gets me every time.

A few tragic LGBT-themed movies have also made me cry. I almost cried during that episode of Mental that was based on the story of David Reimer.

Nothing much else, though. Movies probably just don't touch me like music.

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~Nova~

I'm such a softy, almost every movie makes me cry. I like it. :-)

Autumn

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Guest LuRay

Im not much of a crier, but the US Remake of Pulse came close to getting me there.

It was that, or punch a donkey. I do not have one of these in my flat.

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Guest flux_capacitor

Pink Floyd's The Wall made me cry something awful, as well as XXY, a movie about an intersex individual.

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Guest April92

I usually cry during most movies, I guess the latest movie I saw that I cried in was Super 8.

For the latest TV shows (which I hardly cry over). It has to be the episode entitled "Jurassic Bark" from Futurama. By far the saddest episode in any tv series I have ever seen.

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Guest Jaded1

There are a few films which get me teary eyed, but to this day the one that I have to set aside a couple of hours at least for "alone time to reflect" despite how many times I have seen it and know what happens is by far my favorite film of all time:

American History X

If you have not seen it, you have missed out greatly. I do warn you though. It will haunt you.

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Guest Vixen Amber

Yeah I didn't really tear up for him, I felt bad but it was hard to get attached to that character because of his personality throughout the movie. Fanboys definitely made me cry hard at the end. Also it's not a movie but several episodes of Fullmetal Alchemist brotherhood left me in tears. When they try and bring back their mom, the girl crying at the fathers funeral, it was all touching and hit home hard with me.

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Guest Maria_B

So I watched Titanic the other night.

-bawl-

The mother telling the story to her children as the ship breaks -bawl-

And the one that always, without fail, makes me absolutely lose my stuff and just cry for hours on end - What's Eating Gilbert Grape.

Yes, both Decap movies, but it wasn't Decap's role that made me cry. Darlene Cates. ''YOU GIVE ME MY BABY BACK!''

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Guest Shari

At least one scene in every movie produced in the last 50 years (except Citizen Kane which I just watched). I cry when they're real happy, or when they achieved some great feat, or when they've lost someone or found someone. Movies about horses, or dogs, always seem to tear me up. I especially get going when something very good and unexpected happens to someone who is down on their luck. It's usually not a hard cry, just lumps and maybe a little sniffle.

I used to hide my emotions but not so much anymore.

Shari

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Guest Vixen Amber

Gilbert grape was so brutal I cannot watch that movie ever.

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Guest Julie1957

"Maggie and Annie"

This is a film about a wife falling in love with a lesbian and coming to terms with the relationship, her husband, and family. I cried throughout the film but the ending is really sad.

-Julie

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Guest Svenna

"Born Free"

I almost outed myself accidentally back in the early 70s by not being able to stop crying after Elsa the lioness died. I was about 9 years old, I think, and my brothers and father teased me relentlessly as I wept, when all I really needed was comforting, comforting that never came...

Svenna

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Guest Nikki<3

Movies

Suckerpunch (my favorite movie)

Tangled

Up!

Wall-E

Little Mermaid

^ a few i have recently watched that made me cry a lot

What about video games too?

Final Fantasy X

Final Fantasy VIII

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Guest Nikki<3

i posted a picture with that i guess it was disallowed, what a crock..

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MaryEllen

It was. Fully clothed pictures only please

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Guest Nikki<3

im going to bite my tongue on this one and not post here anymore

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Guest Jaded1

Movies

Suckerpunch (my favorite movie)

Tangled

Up!

Wall-E

Little Mermaid

^ a few i have recently watched that made me cry a lot

What about video games too?

Final Fantasy X

Final Fantasy VIII

I don't go to the movies much anymore (I can wait for netflix/redbox and save the 11 dollar difference for the snip-snip fund) so I rented suckerpunch on a whim expecting the usual 300-esque action film with plenty of CGI eye candy and boy did I get more than what I bargained for.

I thought it was a brilliant film and the ending was just brutally gut wrenching and had me reaching for the kleenex box.

Strangely enough, I had a similar reaction to another film from the same creators: Watchmen.

But yeah, Suckerpunch was pretty awesome.

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Guest Maria_B

Vixen,

What do you mean by Brutal? It is a rather hard movie to watch, but not sure if its ''brutal'' in my wordbank :3

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KimOrbit

there are lots of movies who was trying to make me cry. but I couldn't cry because of "Boys must not cry" policy. When I start Crying every one look at me strangely. that's hard to handle that situation. but when some thing really good or some thing bad happens I cant stop crying.

and In every thing even musics and even jokes, I cry when some thing is similar to my life. for example last thing made me cry was a music from Epica band. It was "Living A Lie" and b4 that "Cry for the moon" made me cry a lot.

but some movies like Wall.E and Cinderella makes me cry.

and only movie who made me cry and I couldn't stop crying was Black Swan. In the last scene of movie I was crying a river and when my mother and my sister tried to prevent me from crying I couldn't handle that and I shout at them. then they leaved me alone and I cried a lot. Here is a photo of that scene:

BlackSwan4.jpg

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Guest MeredithL

Her's my list

Titanic

Pay it Forward

Schindler's List

The Notebook

Fireproof(not so much now)

Dear John

Philadelphia

The most recent is Courageous. There's a part of the movie in which the main character asks his friends the question "When did you realize you were a man?". I started bawling. I never could say I ever felt like a man.

Meredith

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Guest Felicia Anne

ok. we all know the story. felicia can't cry. blah blah blah.

but if you want to cry... and trust me, if tears would flow, this would be the water faucet... find a copy of disney's "the ugly duckling". it was an academy award winning short from 1939. you can find it on youtube. and believe me, any tears i may have will be shed one day for that little swan. to this day, it really gets my emotions overloaded.

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