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Movies that made you Cry

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What movies have made you cry? I can think of some great endings that i just couldnt hold back and i let out a little tear.

Passion of the christ
the end of Pearl Harbor
 
Does the time my brother threw a VHS copy of Jurassic Park at my groin count?


Seriously though, Forrest Gump always gets me.
 
Braveheart nearly had me crying toward the end. I don't think any other film has had me close to tears, though.
 
None, though I felt pretty sad towards the end of The Iron Giant.
 
when Marlena was screaming for Hud
Before she whent boom goes the dynamite
you just really feel sorry for Hud there. I wiped a tear there :csad:


EDIT: oh wait....MOVIE.....uhhh.....i dunno
 
Stealth, they were agonizing tears of pain for those 90 minutes I'd never get back.
 
Starman
The Green Mile
Ghost
Edward Scissorhands
Return of the King
Terminator 2
Click
X2: X-Men United
Sweet November
 
Passion of the Christ
Iron Giant
I am Legend
 
The list is relatively scant - partially due to memory. There's more, of course, that I'm forgetting, but -


Happy Feet
The Plague Dogs
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
Fearless (1993 - "I'm alive! Alive!")

Movies that nearly turned on the waterworks -

Special
Babe 2: Pig in the City
Gojira '54 - ah, that ending.

There's more, like I said. I am a weepy, weepy man.
 
Bloody "I Am Sam"... I avoid that movie like the plague now.
 
"Gone with the Wind" when I was little.

Ah, to be a young ***** again. To make matters worse, I was watching it with my mom. We cried together.

Yep.
 
Oskar's speech on how he could have saved the lives of more Jewish people at the end of Schindler's List always gets me.
 
I swear I have seen this thread before.

Oh, and Edward Scissorhands and AI: Artificial Intelligence.
 
Million Dollar Baby. (Which, surprisingly, hasn't been mentioned at all.)
 
The end of Titanic actually made me shed a tear...:csad:
 

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