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11/06/2003 11:03:45 PM · #1
I know most people will say Old Yeller and WHere the Red Fern Grows... butI cried like a girl in The Color Purple. Oh and E.T.... WHAAA!!! Of course I was a liddle kid, but it was sad all the same.

How's about choo?
11/06/2003 11:06:37 PM · #2
Originally posted by bamaster:

I know most people will say Old Yeller and WHere the Red Fern Grows... butI cried like a girl in The Color Purple. Oh and E.T.... WHAAA!!! Of course I was a liddle kid, but it was sad all the same.

How's about choo?


Only one: "Saving Private Ryan" at the end. I lose it every time.
11/06/2003 11:09:53 PM · #3
"The Champ"

only time ever that i can remember...

I got close in "A Walk To Remember"

11/06/2003 11:11:52 PM · #4
Titanic- reason: after sitting in the front row for 3 1/2 hours looking straight up at the stupid screen my neck was killing me ;P

Seriously, "Forest Gump" when Jenny died. "Joy Luck Club", such a great movie. Actually two of my favorites. Which reminds me, were't they both books first.

Message edited by author 2003-11-06 23:57:02.
11/06/2003 11:12:44 PM · #5
Let's see --

Top Gun
Titanic
Snoopy, Come Home
Lassie
The Patriot

Wait a minute -- I always cry at movies. For that matter, I cry during long distance service commercials. Maybe I should come up with a list of movies I haven't cried at.
11/06/2003 11:53:49 PM · #6
It's usually only a happy resolution that "gets" me ... The Little Vampire was the latest.
11/06/2003 11:55:49 PM · #7
teen wolf II
11/06/2003 11:57:35 PM · #8
I cried at most of the tearjerkers and well Lifetime orginals get me to cry too.
11/06/2003 11:59:18 PM · #9
I'm a total sucker for Meg Ryan so City of Angels wasn't easy to take. If you wanted to make a movie with the specific intent to make everyone cry at the end, that would be it, except perhaps Dying Young which I boycotted for that very reason and thus never saw. Uh, Serendipity got me misty and I'm incredibly ashamed to say that I cried at the end of Rudy.

Damnit, I'm a woman stuck in a man's body. Well, maybe boy's body. I'm not a girl, not yet a woman. I should at least get the compensation of having some boobs to play with. Course, then I'd never go to work.


11/07/2003 12:01:05 AM · #10
Originally posted by bamaster:

I know most people will say Old Yeller and WHere the Red Fern Grows... butI cried like a girl in The Color Purple. Oh and E.T.... WHAAA!!! Of course I was a liddle kid, but it was sad all the same.

How's about choo?


I'm a woman, I'm a mother who had a baby at 40, I cry at freaking commercials these days! LOL!

If I want a good cry I pull out Steel Magnolias, the funeral scene gets me every single time.

Deannda
11/07/2003 12:04:16 AM · #11
Originally posted by jimmythefish:



Damnit, I'm a woman stuck in a man's body. Well, maybe boy's body. I'm not a girl, not yet a woman. I should at least get the compensation of having some boobs to play with. Course, then I'd never go to work.


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LOL :P
11/07/2003 12:04:25 AM · #12
lol Karma...same here.

the two movies that have made me cry the hardest are older movies..."Brian's Song" and "Imitation of Life". they get me every time!
11/07/2003 12:05:12 AM · #13
Dude, that was unnecessary. Looks like we have a Bro candidate.

Originally posted by faidoi:

Originally posted by jimmythefish:



Damnit, I'm a woman stuck in a man's body. Well, maybe boy's body. I'm not a girl, not yet a woman. I should at least get the compensation of having some boobs to play with. Course, then I'd never go to work.


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LOL :P
11/07/2003 12:11:23 AM · #14
Originally posted by jimmythefish:

Dude, that was unnecessary. Looks like we have a Bro candidate.
LOL :P


Merle Yost poses in his psychotherapy office. Yost struggled for decades with B cup-sized breasts before having them surgically removed. (AP /Jeff Chiu)
11/07/2003 12:52:00 AM · #15
Magnolia had me crying about every 20 minutes. Paul Thomas Anderson just knows how to make movies. Punch Drunk Love was so good I cried tears of joy...
11/07/2003 01:00:34 AM · #16
Man, I really like weird movies and I like Adam Sandler and Punch Drunk Love had me scratching my head. I understood where it was going, sure, but man was that movie strange.

Originally posted by darcy:

Magnolia had me crying about every 20 minutes. Paul Thomas Anderson just knows how to make movies. Punch Drunk Love was so good I cried tears of joy...
11/07/2003 01:01:17 AM · #17
Schindler's List. First and foremost, Schindler's List. Then, the Shawshank Redemption. The Green Mile. It's a Wonderful Life. The Last of the Mohicans. The Patriot. Dead Poets Society. The list is too long for this short forum.
11/07/2003 01:21:35 AM · #18
dancer in the dark. just thinking about that film makes me tear up :{
11/07/2003 02:17:15 AM · #19
Summersby (spelling??), The Green Mile, The Spitfire Grill to name a few. Yap, and somehow the movie A.I. Arificial Intelligence got me going with kleenex too (the part where the mother leaves him in the woods, that was just heartbreaking :-))

My husband is a sucker for Cassablanca and West Side Story.
My son adores the Highlander movies (there are 4 I think).
11/07/2003 02:28:55 AM · #20
Rudy
A.I.
11/07/2003 02:30:55 AM · #21
When I was about 6 I watched Pinnochio. I cried when he turned into a boy because I wanted him to be a puppet forever...
11/07/2003 02:37:11 AM · #22
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11/07/2003 03:34:04 AM · #23
When I was a kid, then in Soviet Union were very popular movies from India.(americans were illicit)
I have seen some indian movies like 10 times, I was so in love and cried every time when he was killed at the end.
11/07/2003 04:57:35 AM · #24
Lots of films make me cry, i find as i get older i cry easier! Anyway the film has to be 'Beaches' I have only seen it once but i blubbed like a baby...


11/07/2003 05:12:55 AM · #25
Legends Of The Fall always gets to me - I just lost my brother a few months ago - and that part always makes me leave the room whenever its on cable.
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