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When I was like 5, I cried at the end of the Casper movie with Hilary Duff because I didn't want them to say goodbye to each other. Lol, now that I look back, I got so much into that movie...and it's the only time I've seen it. I may watch it again but I don't want to feel so stupid for remembering that I cried at the end lol.

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Hi all

 

What's the 1 movie that made you cry?

 

Mine was Titanic.

 

I really don't remember the last movie that made me cry, but I do remember crying watching Titanic with my mother many many years ago. It was so sad. lol

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Quite a number of movies make me choke up. Maybe it's because I am getting old and sentimental. Even a movie like Dragonheart can make me feel tight in the chest.

 

Besides that, I also feel very saddened by a number of movies about dogs. Like the movie Eight Below. I read up on the real story that inspired the movie and my heart felt heavy at the thought of how dogs could be abandoned. Especially when I haven't read anything about dogs abandoning their owners.

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The one that always gets me is Shall We Dansu? (the Japanese original, not the US remake). Every single time. Even though I've watched it about a dozen times.

 

Quite a number of movies make me choke up. Maybe it's because I am getting old and sentimental. Even a movie like Dragonheart can make me feel tight in the chest.

 

Unsurprised for Dragonheart. I don't think you're getting old and sentimental... you're just less concerned with people thinking you're not a "real man" - most adolescents and guys in their early 20s would love to cry at movies but don't dare.

 

Why does Titanic makes everyone cry here?? It seems to me that the Titanic became symbol of sorrow :D...

 

Not me. Terrible movie: I spent most of the time wishing I was somewhere else.

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I didn't cry during Titanic but I definitely felt bad everyone who was stranded in the cold ocean. Few scenes from the movie "The Pursuit of Happyness" made me choke though it had a happy ending.

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I didn't cry during Titanic but I definitely felt bad everyone who was stranded in the cold ocean. Few scenes from the movie "The Pursuit of Happyness" made me choke though it had a happy ending.

Well if you didn't cry on the titanic,they you are really a tough one :D...

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The one that always gets me is Shall We Dansu? (the Japanese original, not the US remake). Every single time. Even though I've watched it about a dozen times.

 

 

 

Unsurprised for Dragonheart. I don't think you're getting old and sentimental... you're just less concerned with people thinking you're not a "real man" - most adolescents and guys in their early 20s would love to cry at movies but don't dare.

 

 

 

Not me. Terrible movie: I spent most of the time wishing I was somewhere else.

 

Did you watch Dragonheart, too? I watched it a few times. Not in a row but spread over a number of years. I also watched Braveheart a few times. That's another movie that makes me feel that there are times when you have just got to do what is right.

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Did you watch Dragonheart, too? I watched it a few times. Not in a row but spread over a number of years. I also watched Braveheart a few times. That's another movie that makes me feel that there are times when you have just got to do what is right.

 

Yes, seen Dragonheart a few times. The book's not bad, either. I love all that stuff and they chose actors really well for the film.

 

Not a big Braveheart fan, to be honest. Only seen it once, which may be why - I usually have to see things multiple times before they grow on me!

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Yes, seen Dragonheart a few times. The book's not bad, either. I love all that stuff and they chose actors really well for the film.

 

Not a big Braveheart fan, to be honest. Only seen it once, which may be why - I usually have to see things multiple times before they grow on me!

I have never really watched Dragonheart ,is it a good one ??

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Imittation of Life; 1959 with Lana Turner and Sandra Turner. They were the stars my the other characters sold the show.

 

I went with a retrospective with my friend. I cried so hard at the end. I didn't move from my seat for 15 minutes. I was desperately trying to control myself because I hate crying in public. Even though I heard that the movie was emotional, I was ill prepared.

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Has anyone here watched the movie "The Vow" ??? I hear its pretty good romance :) ...

 

I haven't seen the movie, but I a segment about the couple on 60 Minutes a few years ago. My sister has seen the movie. She loved it. I'm not really big into romance movies. Even though I'm female, I avoid them at all costs. ;)

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I have never really watched Dragonheart ,is it a good one ??

 

It's fairly standard fantasy fare: nasty child prince saved by generous dragon in attempt to make him a better person, turns mean anyway, mentor blames dragons, everything comes to a head years later. It's not exactly earth-shattering stuff but it's very enjoyable, VERY well acted and has a nice, tear-jerky ending. Good with pizza but won't be the subject of anyone's final-year thesis. :)

 

I haven't seen the movie, but I a segment about the couple on 60 Minutes a few years ago. My sister has seen the movie. She loved it. I'm not really big into romance movies. Even though I'm female, I avoid them at all costs. ;)

 

I was just looking for info on this and saw it had pretty bad reviews. Below average at best and awful at worst - I'll probably be giving it a miss. I don't often listen to critics (thankfully) but when someone calls a romantic film a "heartless, soulless product"... well... :pinch:

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I was just looking for info on this and saw it had pretty bad reviews. Below average at best and awful at worst - I'll probably be giving it a miss. I don't often listen to critics (thankfully) but when someone calls a romantic film a "heartless, soulless product"... well... :pinch:

 

There were two storylines in the movie. The main one was Lana Turner was a career driven professional. Her daughter was Sandra Dee. I don't really remember that storyline, but I think a man wanted to marry her, but she turned him down. Mediocre story and acting.

 

The minor story was the only good thing about the movie. Lana Turner's maid who was a dark-skinned black woman had a fair-skinned daughter. Her daughter was desperately wanted to be white. To live like her friend, Lana Turner's daughter.. She ran away and tried to live as a white woman. It didn't work out like she planned. The mom spent years searching for her. The mom worried so much about her daughter that she eventually died of heart problems (I think). When the daughter finally came to her senses and returned to see her mom, it was too late. She arrived just in time to watch her mom's funeral. The daughter was devastated.

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Schindlers list has to be about the only one I can think of that would get me close.. But def not a "cryin at films" kinda person to be honest. Im the annoying one who jokes about others in the room that are cryin lol.

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I don't usually cry by watching movie.  except they include the animals in the movie.  the war horse actually made me cry.  I like the story, I like how the horse recognize his owner after so many years,  and even the owner is blind, he knows that the horse who wanted to kill by the soldiers is his horse.  

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