Discussion in 'Misc. Films' started by Batman333, Apr 15, 2006.
i'm surprissed no one said star wars Revenge of the sith...
I was rollin on that one XD the horrible acting made me crack up through the whole thing.
"you're breaking my heart" was the most halarious line XD
The Notebook for sure. Everyone had told me I would cry & sure enough I did.
Radio I cried as well. Also, in The Lion King when I was little, especially when Mufasa died.
yea, the acting could have been better in some of the scenes, but it was still very dramatic and sad visual wise......
The Elephant Man
The Land Before Time
Passion Of The Christ
The Passion of the Christ
The Lord of the Rings
Peter Jackson's King Kong
The Devil's Rejects
Alexander Aja's The Hills Have Eyes
Rambo: First Blood Part II
Kingdom of Heaven
Can I ask why and what scenes?
The Crow is very understandable since it's Brandon Lee's last film and it really dawns on you that he's really gone after that film.
SPOILERS ALL OVER THE PLACE FOR ANYONE THAT HASN'T SEEN THESE MOVIES
The Devil's Rejects - I saw it the day I found out that Matthew McGrory(who plays Tiny)died, which made it pretty heartbreaking to see him onscreen as it was, let alone in a farewell death scene; plus I thought Rob did a great job of setting up a character arch for the Fireflys where what happens to them at the end becomes their absolution where they realize what they've done, and feel genuinally sorry for it and accept their fate, which I found quite beautiful in a very odd, unexpected way.
The Hills Have Eyes - Aja set up the family as very real people that I found it very easy to feel for once they started getting raped/beaten/shot, etc... and the ending where the survivors are reuinted after all they'd been through was very emotional.
Hellboy - Father's Funeral always gets to me, great direction and score; and I loved Hellboy and Liz's moments together at the end of the film, Perlman's performance and the dialogue were perfect.
First Blood Part II - I thought Co's death was heartbreaking. I felt bad for her after her monologue earlier in the film, and I felt bad for him for finally getting close to someone, then having them ripped away from him almost immediately.
The Crow - Shelly and Eric having to watch each other get beaten/tortured, and the perfectly uplifting ending after a movie with so much darkness.
The Grinch - The Grinch being psychologically abused as a child and climbing up to the mountain to be alone as he cries, and the moment when he finally feels something other than hatred at the end was beautiful. By far Carrey's best performance and film imo.
I'm too manly to cry at movies.
Ok, maybe Robocop was pretty hardcore stuff, it's like the the first passion of the christ I ever saw. That made a tear drop. A little one.
The day Return of the King came out, I watched the Fellowship of the Ring and the Two Towers extended editions on DVD with my entire family before going into the theatre...
When Frodo sends Sam away, I swear to god our entire row of seats burst out in tears lol... then there was the last 10 minutes of the movie, too, that was pretty emotional
Bambi....and anyone who denies it is an damn liar.
Life is Beautiful.
Man on fire.
Pffft, so many
Bicentennial Man, I forgot about that one.
I feel at this point I should enlighten you all with another quote from Esquire's "The Rules: A Man's Guide to Life"
Rule #431: Never let a motion picture from a trans-global media conglomerate that's been test-marketed and had several scenes re-shot to hone its appeal for key target demographics touch your very soul.
AI made me cry
Sadly, my soul is easily touched
I'm a real man. I only cry if someone squirts lemon juice in my eyes or sings some sweet opera, not at some girly movies.
The only way I'd cry during that movie is if someone cut off my leg while I was watching it.
hehehe Same here, that movie was more funny than sad
For some reason, I'm not sure why, but any time I see that scene from Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire in the graveyard and the subsequent scene with Harry's return to the maze, I tear up like crazy.
Funny... God aweful... whichever you prefer.
Million Dollar Baby
I thought the horrible acting was so bad that it was halarious.
I HATE HAYDEN CHRISTIANSEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Was was Ewan and the old guy the only good actors in the movies?
The Lion King
The Green Mile
LOTR: Return Of The King
Terms Of Endearment
Love and Basketball
I'm sure there are more,but it's 2am.