What movies made you cry???

Finding neverland for some reason. Guess it was cause someone i knew just died when i watched it :(
 
NOTICE: I will shoot the first person that lists something like Batman & Robin, or a movie of that degree. This is about a real emotional response, not "i cried because it was so bad".

That is all.
 
Starman
Edward Scissorhands
The Green Mile
Losing Isaiah
Schindlers List
X2: X-Men United
Terminator 2: Judgement Day
Return of the King
Harry and The Hendersons
Radio
The Crow
Forrest Gump
AI: Artificial Intelligence
Armageddon
Terms of Endearment
Iron Giant
American History X
Short Circuit 2
The Cure
Passion of the Christ
Roots
Braveheart
 
Immortalfire said:
NOTICE: I will shoot the first person that lists something like Batman & Robin, or a movie of that degree. This is about a real emotional response, not "i cried because it was so bad".

That is all.

^Good thing you said something,because I was going to put movies like that down.:)
 
Schindler's list made me do this weird things where I was laughing and crying at the same time.
 
Immortalfire said:
NOTICE: I will shoot the first person that lists something like Batman & Robin, or a movie of that degree. This is about a real emotional response, not "i cried because it was so bad".

That is all.

All three Lord of the Rings because I wasted over 9 hours of my life watching that trash.

Bring it on Junior!



Passion of the Christ has been the worse for me at making me cry. Of course the whole theater was bawling.

I cried during the attack on Pearl Harbor in the movie Pearl Harbor because my grandfather was in the Navy during WWII and it made me think of everything he went through.

The Green Mile
Armageddon

I know there are more, but I am drawing a complete blank right now
 
Kable24 said:
All three Lord of the Rings because I wasted over 9 hours of my life watching that trash.

Bring it on Junior!



Passion of the Christ has been the worse for me at making me cry. Of course the whole theater was bawling.

I cried during the attack on Pearl Harbor in the movie Pearl Harbor because my grandfather was in the Navy during WWII and it made me think of everything he went through.

The Green Mile
Armageddon

I know there are more, but I am drawing a complete blank right now

So if you thought it was trash, why'd you watch all three of them then? Seriously I figured you wouldn't want to sit through another 6 hours total. :) :up:

Oh well, I enjoyed them and found them to be great movies.

But seriously, how about the Iron Giant?
Superman anyone?
:(
 
Yeah the iron giant and godzilla 1985 poor godzilla noooooooo don 't do it. :(
 
(the only films I could remember)

Bambi
The Lion King
Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
King Kong
 
Hmmm, films that have made me shed a tear or two;

The Crow
Jacob's Ladder
The Shawshank Redemption
Passion of the Christ
The Green Mile

I can't think of any others at the moment.
 
LastSunrise1981 said:
So if you thought it was trash, why'd you watch all three of them then? Seriously I figured you wouldn't want to sit through another 6 hours total.


I needed closure on the story. They did get a little better with each movie though. The first one is just so bleedin' boring.


The new King Kong made me teary eyed. I felt bad for Kong.
 
Mystic River
I Am Sam
King Kong
Crash

Batman Begins......tears of joy dammit :mad:
 
LOTR:Fellowship of the Rings
when Gandalf *died*, even though I knew he would come back (read books) it still made me cry cuz the acting was just so good :D
 
Holy crap, how could I forget Ghost? With Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore, Whoopi Goldberg, and Tony Goldwyn? I was literally a crying mess during the ending of that movie. :( :(

I definitely believe Swayze is an underrated actor and his role in Ghost proved he could really move you emotionally.

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Starman is also another underrated classic. It doesn't get enough praise and I don't feel people really recognize how great it really is. It's a huge departure for John Carpenter and shows how he created a sci-fi/love story with the concept.

Jeff Bridges really brought the character to life and the end with him and Karen Allen still brings me to tears.

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i used to never cry in movies.

the first time in a long time i ever cried in a movie was the sisterhood of the traveling pants.

ever since i've let most of my emotions get the best of me :(
 
Terms Of Endearment didn't really make me cry, but it got me in a blue mood. Same with Steel Magnolias.
 
Shiloh...................another boy and his dog movie, but I did cry
 
Edward Scissorhands
Star Wars Revenge of the sith
A beautiful mind
armegeddon
the crow
Buddy - when he yelled at the dog to leave
Big fish
 

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