Last Movie to Make You Cry

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  1. Green+Black

    Green+Black Well-Known Member

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    Be honest now there have been times where you've shed a tear or a scene has welled up so emotion in you that the goosebumps have been to much...
     
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  2. Green+Black

    Green+Black Well-Known Member

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    Most Recently mine Are

    Bobby:
    The final scenes in the kitchen where everyone gets shot was so shocking for me i did not expect it as I don't really know the Robert F Kennedy story. But loved the film!

    Atonement:
    When Cecilia drowns down in the Tube Station....I don't know I thought that was so sad

    Requiem for a Dream: The final montage especially Ellen Burstyn's reveal.

    Other Movies for me include Titanic, Brokedown Palace, Moulin Rouge and so on.!

    Now Submit Yours...
     
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  3. Lunar_Wolf

    Lunar_Wolf WTF face

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    Death of Optimus Prime:csad:
     
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  4. I Am The Knight

    I Am The Knight Infinity

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    Requiem For A Dream :csad: It affected me so much that I have only been able to watch the film one time :csad:
     
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  5. November Rain

    November Rain Single Mother

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    tear of joy when optimus prime was introducing the autobots to sam.

    as for sadness, not sure if i was crying but the constant gardener had me emotionall unfit.

    last time i cried like a baby was the last samurai, that bowing scene at the end was just too powerful.
     
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  6. Swordmaster

    Swordmaster Big Damn Hero

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    Love Story :csad:
     
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  8. BloodyWolverine

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    Hum i think tear jerker scene to pay homage to i would say.

    1 Death Of Yoda in Jedi. I know he was a puppet but i always get misty.

    2 Death of Boramir and King Theodan in the rings trilogy. Both very sad well performed deaths.

    3 Wolverine stabbing Jean Grey aka Dark Pheonix both cool and sad at the same time.

    4 I always cry at The End of Bram Stokers Dracula and William Wallace death in Braveheart as well.
     
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  9. thejon93

    thejon93 Forever Haunted

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    I feel kinda mad and sad saying this, but Harry Osborn's death in 'Spider-Man 3' wasn't a shocker in anyway but... God, I just felt for the character every inch for that moment. I hated the movie with a passion, but Franco did a terrific job, however. And kept evolving from movie to movie, and this film only made me hate it more for the fact that they overshadowed Franco with "Crapman" and "Dude WEhere's the Drool?" when he was perfectly prepared to pull-off a main-villain role and honestly, I wwas hoping that every since 'Spider-Man 2' ended that Harry would be the single-villain and they don't nessisarilly introduce him as a villain right away. Instead, he's trying to find ways of hurting Peter alike his father did with kidnapping Mary Jane.
     
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  10. darkseid26

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    i always get a tear out of pursuit of happyness
     
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  11. BloodyWolverine

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    I don't know why people cry during the last scene in the bridges of madison county but they do. Must be women who do.
     
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  12. bullets

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    I rented Here on Earth with my friend and we sat down expecting some typical romance but with a cool fight between harnett and chris klein over lelee sobieski. It does turn out that way but only in the first hour , then it spirals into tragedy and emoting for the last half hour . Neither one of us could fight the tears completely.
     
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  13. BlackLantern

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    The Iron Giant chokes me up
     
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  14. Symbiotic

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    I've uh, "gotten misty-eyed" at Forrest Gump. The end, when Forrest is at Jenny's grave.
     
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  15. Spider-ManHero12

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    I got teary eyed when harry died in S-M3. I pretty much knew he was going to die, but still, it was sad seeing him die.
     
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  16. Nirvana

    Nirvana Slowly Losing My Mind

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    Schindler's List. I saw the movie for the first time about a month ago. At the end when Oskar is saying goodbye to all the factory workers saying how he could have saved more, my eyes were watery. Then when all the surviving Schindler Jews show up at the end placing the stones on his grave I could not help but lose it. Such a powerful film, in my opinion the best John Williams score, and it truly had me thinking about it even to this day. Never has a movie ever truly effected my outlook on the way Jews were treated.

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  17. Why Are You Crouching Spock?

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  18. Bim

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    I must confess to my crying sins:
    - Dead Poet's Society: when they stand up on their chair in the classroom as Robin William's character is leaving :csad:
    - Finding Neverland: i can honestly say the last 1/2 of that movie simply makes me cry... and no matter how many times i watch it, i still find myself getting teary eyed :o
    - Moulin Rouge: the whole Satine/Christian scene at the end just gets to me... damn u Ewan Mcgregor, damn u! :hehe:
    - The Green Mile: so sad, oh so sad.
    - Big Fish: towards the end, when the son is talking to his dad and starts making up the story of how his death will be, i just lose it.
    - Schindler's List: it's just a touching movie all around.
     
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  19. danoyse

    danoyse Snikt. Stab. Repeat.

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    Billy Elliot. When his dad almost crosses the picket line of the coal miner's strike to get the money to send Billy to his dance audition. That scene kills me every time.
     
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  20. Retro

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    The Dark Knight.
    Y'all when Bats made his choice @ the end 2 run....EVERYBODY cried in that theater!!
    i'd never been moved by a fictional film before, but.....just wow.
    Thank C. Nolan.....thank you very much!
     
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  21. az824

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    this one really really got me, especially the bathroom scene :csad:
     
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  22. Sentinel X

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    LOL! :hehe: For some reason I just don't beleive this....everyone in the theater, cried? ...talk about a sensitive audience :o



    films Ive seen recently:

    Schindler's List - The scene where the nazis are taking the Jewish children in the back of 5 large pick up trucks (Im guessing to kill them) and all the Jew moms are running after the moving trucks, screaming at the top of their lungs for their children.... :csad: *tear* and the scene were the women were stripped naked and they thought they were going to be gassed to death but it happened to really be a shower.

    Forest Gump - Final scene with Forest talking at Jenny's grave.

    Yeah, those are sad movies
     
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  23. Doctor Jones

    Doctor Jones It's All One Story

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    Lord of the Rings: ROTK - following these characters on a three year journey, you care about all these characters. Now, it's come to an end. I applaud Tolkien and Jackson for putting some of the most memorable characters on screen. But the scene that makes me cry is when Frodo is about to leave for the Gray Havens. When he hugs everyone, they're all crying. And when he embraces Sam. You think everything they have been through. Damn, the four of them delivered so well in this scene. And then that big smile Frodo gives to them before he leaves. And the end credits "Into the West" with the drawing of all the characters doesn't help either. Listen to her voice when they show Sean Astin's picture. It makes me :waa: even more.

    Forrest Gump - When Forrest visits Jenny's grave.

    Philidelphia - This didn't make me cry, just got me misty eyed. Those last shots of Hanks as a little kid.

    There, I said it. :waa:
     
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  24. PyroChamber

    PyroChamber Not lactose, it's milk!

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    I hate to admit it, but A League Of Their Own.

    Mostly during the present scenes when when you find out that some of the characters had died; particularly the girl who had that chubby son and you find out from him that she died.
     
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  25. The_Vision

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    Million Dollar Baby :(
     
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