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Didn't see this one, it got me when I watched it the first time and it still gets me: When little Bonnie Blue dies in Gone With The Wind. Also, Green Mile, Braveheart (even if Mel's an ass), Bastard out of Carolina...
They're both proud drunks, they're both proud sluts and they're both proud wearers of thirsty weaves. They both probably think that the other one is swallowing up the entire world's supply of vodka, peen and yellow weaves. Michael K (re Brandi & Chelsea)
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I agree with many of the movies that you guys have mentioned.
The "House of Sand and Fog"......the scene at the end where Ben Kingsley is at the hospital looking for his son and he keeps saying "I just want to see my son...my son" and he starts praying. I sobbed and sobbed.
I get teary eyed during the movie "Gettysburg", the part where Jeff Daniels's character General Chamberlain gives a speech to his troops from Maine who don't want to fight. He says stuff about how the war that they are fighting, the Civil War, is different from all other wars because they are fighting to make men free, and they fight because of the intrinsic belief that ALL human beings have value. It is a very well done speech.
The movie "Sophie's Choice" rips my heart out everytime. When the Nazis force her to choose between her children or they'll take both, and in a panic she says "take my daughter" and you can hear the little girl scream as she is carried off to her death, the look on Meryl streep's face, her silent sobbing, all of it are almost too much to watch. The whole scene is unimaginable, especially to a parent.
Laurent I've seen Phantom twice (live, not the movie, can't wait til it comes back to town!) and it makes me cry.
What Dreams May Come, with Robin Williams, the premise is soulmates. I cried so much during that movie and my husband did too (which is unusual).
Don't worry about what other people think. They don't do it very often.
The Piano - its just a sad movie all the way around to me
The Lion King - I will never for as long as I live forget my son grabbing my arm and whispering to me, "Mom please tell me Simba's dad is going to be ok. I dont want him to die it will hurt my heart too much" Right in the heart.
It still gets me, Ive got tears rolling down.
You guys are going to laugh at me, but the only movies that consistently make me cry are at the end of ET where he's leaving and she gives him the flowers.
That and in The Land Before Time where Littlefoot's mom dies, and then later he sees his own shadow and thinks its her and gets all excited and runs to greet her, and then the disappointment when he realises its not her and shes still dead and whatnot. Ugh, it always gets me, ever since I was little...even thinking about it now I'm getting sort of choked up...
one scene i think i am probably the only person that cries is pretty much at the end of jarhead when the vietnam vet gets on the bus and everybody looks kinda surprised and worried and the vet welcomes the boys back home and then asks if he can sit down in the bus and he sits there "getting" the welcome he never received after coming home from vietnam.
Boys On The Side. Especially when Whoopi is being sung to near the end.
Fried Green Tomatoes, The Color Purple(even though I know I am being emotionally manipulated..can't help it). Also just about any film where a character dies and another character is left alone to carry on.
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
The wonderful thing is he remembers it clearly. Every so often he will bring it up and it has helped him in the "lady" department too. But its one of those moments I want to remember even on my death bed.
I just got done watching the best movie ever in my opinion. Called "Millions" and there is a scene where the main character, Damien, is talking to his mother but she has died. Oh it just broke my heart.
I highly recommend watching it. Got it on Netflix.
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Titanic: The part when Jack is on the ship and Rose is on the boat - the flares are flying in the air and Jack has tears in his eyes
Casper: When the girl and Casper are dancing at the end, and he says "Can I keep you"
Shrek: the very end when Fiona transforms into an ogre for the final time and says "I'm supposed to be beautiful" and Shrek says "But you are"
Grave of the Fireflies
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