I'm such a baby .
Bambis mother dies
What are some movie scenes that made you cry or tear up? Here are some of my choics:
-Castaway (just saw this last nite!): the scenes toward the end when he finally reunites with his wife, and when she runs towards his jeep in the rain as he is about to drive away from her house.
-Armageddeon: Bruce Willis' characters farewell to his daughter
-Titanic: Towards the end with Jack falling into the sea
-Schindler's List: the ending when the survivors present him with that ring (probably THE most emotional scene in movie history)
-Saving Private Ryan: when he goes off and has that nervous breakdown
-Godfather 2: when that grocer tries to give young don vito groceries (who he had to let go)
I'm such a baby .
Bambis mother dies
I cry a lot, at happy and sad moments.
However, not only did I cry, but so did my SIL, MIL, and husband as we watched 8 Below. There are some tremendously teary scenes in that movie.
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ET: When he dies. And when he goes home.
The Color Purple. Almost that whole entire movie. Who knew Whoopie could do that to me?
Old Yeller. When, well, you know.
Lion King: When Simba's Dad is killed.
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I cry every time i watch Ladder 49. Every. Single. Time. I keep hoping the ending's gonna change and it never does.
^ I SOBBED in the theater when I saw Ladder 49. My friend saw it for a film project, dragged me to it and when she picked me up she had a huge box of kleenex in the car and just said "Trust me, we'll need it".
Another movie I always cry at is a movie called Wit. It's based on a play and stars Emma Thompson, it's about a woman dying of cancer.
I was, like, nooooo!Titanic: Towards the end with Jack falling into the sea
Other movie scenes that made me cry are:
Charlotte's Web - when Charlotte the spider is dying, and Wilbur the pig cries out her name when he realizes she is gone forever.
Beaches - when poor Hillary(Barbara Hershey) is dying, and she's sitting next to her best friend, Cece (Bette Midler). That precious moment when they look at each other and then the sunset like when they first met as children.
The Notebook - man, everything about this movie made me bawl my eyes out.
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*The Green Mile, as he goes down the green mile before his execution.
*Beaches, at the end.
I am a huge sap, I cry during happy and sad scenes, whenever a baby is born, I blubber. And what hearless soul doesn't cry at Bambi?
Armageddon, but mine is when he hits the button and the his life flashes before his eyes
Jersey Girl, I know I know but I loved this movie and I cry when Ben Affleck's character yells at the daughter saying "you and your mom took my life away" or something like that
Lion King, my son and I cried together the first time we saw this. I had to explain "the circle of life" many times after that.
Requiem of a Dream, the scene with Jennifer Connelly in the sex scene with the other girl with all those guys. Just tore me up inside.
King Kong (1976 with Jessica Lange) when Kong dies
Con-Air, when Cameron finally gets to see his daughter, Im a sucker
Signs, when Mel Gibson's son isnt breathing and Mel says "not again I cant do this again". His wife had died and now he was faced with the possiblity of his son dying from an asthma attack.
Beaches, Barbara Hershey's daughter sitting on her bed, she looks so lost.
The Passion, everytime even thought I know what's going to happen.
Cheesy as it is, "Ghost" still gets me, simply because of the idea how nice it would be to have such a wonderful last goodbye before the deceased "walks off into forever". And possibly because I've lost 9 people close to me in just over a 3 year span.....
"Brian's Song", the original starring James Caan and Billy "hotness" Dee Williams. It's been ages since I've seen it, and when I saw it I was just a kid, but it made an enormous impact on me.
"The Rose", the last stage scene where Bette Midler as The Rose sings "Stay with me, baby" and then she practically dies on stage. Goosebump stuff.
Parts of "JFK" simply because it makes me sad for the many horrible lies we were told in this country, and - regarding 9/11 - how history hasn't changed as far as lying governments goes.
"Kramer vs. Kramer", many scenes, but especially the scene where father Dustin Hoffman and son Justin Henry make their last breakfast together.
Those are the ones that spring to mind immediately. May have more later
Warren Beatty: actor, director, writer, producer.
Lots of the above, but this one always gets me and I'll give a prize to anyone else who knows it. The film version of The Railway Children when in the almost final scene Roberta (Jenny Aguttur) sees her "Daddy..... my Daddy!!" emerge from the steam and smoke on train platform. Sob.
My husband cries at most movies. We always take a box of Kleenex.
Why do people say "Grow some balls"? Balls are weak and sensitive! If you really wanna get tough, grow a vagina! Those things take a pounding! -Betty White
Like some of the others have admitted to, I cry at practically everything!
Armageddon, saying good bye to his daughter
Beaches, at the end
Steel Magnolias, the Funeral Scene (or right after with Sally Field's character talking to the rest of the girls)
The Notebook: About 10 different times - couldn't pin point them all if I tried!
I know there are a ton of others - but it's early here for me, and I have to have more coffee and check my movie collection!
You were lucky to have me. But you know what? I think I already got the best part of you. And she's standing right out there. I don't know... what's left just doesn't look so good anymore. Hope Floats
Terms of Endearment: Most of the movie, but when Shirley McClaine is running around the hospital screaming its time for her daughters pain meds. IMO one of the best scenes and overall movies ever.
Steel Magnolia's: the funeral
Four Weddings and a Funeral: the funeral--when the friend is giving his eulogy in the church.
So many....no brain.
Dead Poets Society- when the boy commits suicide and when they stand on their desks.
Field of Dreams- where the father and son play catch.
ET when he leaves
Seventh Sign. Saw this when I was pregnant and was sobbing when the mother (demi moore) gave her life for her unborn child.
Sixth sense - where the little boy is trying to prove his abilities to his mother. He tells his mother that his dead grandmother is proud of her daughter everyday. Better dialogue than my explanation. Hated this movie but his part was good.
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I cry at almost every damn movie, including a lot of those listed above. I think I cried all the way through I Am Sam. Philadelphia pretty much kills me too.
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