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post #31 of 47
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Originally Posted by WELDRWOMN View Post
Where the Red Fern grows is so sad. I cried when I watched the movie and I cried even harder when I read the book.

Old Yeller is also on the list of movies I can't watch

Titanic is very sad, but I can't see why my sister had to watch it like 5 times. I knew what would happen before it started and still cried at the end...

Romeo and Juliet makes me cry, so does Hamlet
When I went to see Titanic I forgot to bring Kleenex and I cried so hard snot was running down my face. How humiliating.
post #32 of 47
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Originally Posted by calico2222 View Post
Oh my lord...how long do you have?? Remember, I'm the one that cries at hallmark commercials!

First ones that come to mind...

When Harry Met Sally
Pretty Woman
Gone With The Wind
Bambi (at the end, not when mom dies)
Beauty and the Beast
Anything Disney (especially with animals)

The Last Unicorn
Titanic

Heck, I cry almost every episode of "Ghost Whisper" on TV. Crying is good for the soul.

I'm sure other people are going to post other movies that I have cried to!
Beauty and the Beast because the brown-haired, brown-eyed smart woman gets the love of her life and his castle! She knows that beauty is not everything, especially when she says,

"Gaston, you're primeval" to which he replies, "Why thank, you, Belle!"

Belle: Gaston, you are positively pr...ank you Belle.

(My original hair color is brown, but I prefer red). I am a very intelligent woman and I have had to live this scene. When I met my DH who is smarter than me, a really tough thing to do, I knew we were going to be married because he wanted a smart wife.

We found each other and that is why I cry in this movie.
post #33 of 47
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Originally Posted by butzie View Post
Beauty and the Beast because the brown-haired, brown-eyed smart woman gets the love of her life and his castle! She knows that beauty is not everything, especially when she says,

"Gaston, you're primeval" to which he replies, "Why thank, you, Belle!"

Belle: Gaston, you are positively pr...ank you Belle.

(My original hair color is brown, but I prefer red). I am a very intelligent woman and I have had to live this scene. When I met my DH who is smarter than me, a really tough thing to do, I knew we were going to be married because he wanted a smart wife.

We found each other and that is why I cry in this movie.
This is my favorite disney movie of all time! It was also my favorite fairy tale growing up. I just think the message is awesome.
post #34 of 47
I don't cry at movies, but the one movie I cried at, really made me sob - "Tuesdays with Morrie"
post #35 of 47
Hanging Up
post #36 of 47
The most recent one was "Stranger than Fiction". Cried both times I saw it though at different points in the movie.
post #37 of 47
Legends of the Fall
Age of Innocence
Beaches (every time! you'd think I'd be used to it by now--one of the ultimate girly movies IMHO)
The Hours (not necessarily romantic, but very girly and it always makes me cry)
Far From Heaven
post #38 of 47
I cried in Sex and The City: the movie

Maybe it's just because I loved the tv series so much, but when Big...well I'll let you watch it and find out.
post #39 of 47
I never used to cry during movies, except when i was younger & watching things like The Fox & the Hound, I cried when the old lady let the fox(i cant remember his name!) go.. that really made me cry.

But now that im older, i am SUCH a softie.. i cried during Titanic, but i think that was more bc i was a huge Leo fan at the time & when he died it upset me so much that i couldnt stop crying. P.S. I love you was a movie where i cried pretty much every time she got a letter or recording. there are lots more but i really cant think of any.

But heres one that ISNT a sad movie at all and youll probably all think im weird for saying it but Pirates of the Carribean: At Worlds End.. when Orlando Bloom(Will) was dying, before they cut his heart out, it was so sad bc his wife was there and all it just made me so sad!
post #40 of 47
a walk to remember I bawl every time I see it!
post #41 of 47
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Originally Posted by Graciecat View Post
"Million Dollar Baby"

Oh gosh - how could I have forgotten about that movie! I cried so hard during that movie that I didn't think I was ever gonna stop!

I thought of a few more that get me going:

Homeward Bound (tears of sadness during some parts, and tears of joy at the ending).
The Green Mile
Edward Scissorhands
On Golden Pond
Ever After
Somewhere In Time

I guess I'm just a big wuss at heart..
post #42 of 47
Pretty much EVERY MOVIE YOU GUYS HAVE LISTED! I am the biggest crybaby!

The ones that really got me were:

The Notebook
A Walk to Remember-His books get me too!
Beaches-But its one of my favorite movies!
City of Angels-I LOVE Nick Cage in this one!
The Story of Us-Ugh! Enough said.....
Ghost
Does the last episode of Friends count?

My list could go on and on.....
post #43 of 47
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Originally Posted by calico2222 View Post
Oh my lord...how long do you have?? Remember, I'm the one that cries at hallmark commercials!

First ones that come to mind...

When Harry Met Sally
Pretty Woman
Gone With The Wind
Bambi (at the end, not when mom dies)
Beauty and the Beast
Anything Disney (especially with animals)

The Last Unicorn
Titanic

Heck, I cry almost every episode of "Ghost Whisper" on TV. Crying is good for the soul.

I'm sure other people are going to post other movies that I have cried to!
I think that I couldn't share a tissue box with you because most of yours are mine as well, though not everything Disney and I don't think I have ever seen The Last Unicorn.

I would add Sophie's Choice and Schindler's List.
post #44 of 47
Thread Starter 
I saw another movie today that I've never seen that was really touching: Instinct, with Anthony Hopkins.

I like just about everything that he's ever been in. He's a terrific actor!
post #45 of 47
I'm the worst crier ever in movies
Bridge to Terabithia (bawled my eyes out)
I am Sam
The Neverending story
Dreamer
Flicka (AKA anything with horses in it)
The Notebook
Walk to Remember
Lots of other stuff, basically I'm an emotional wreck in movies
post #46 of 47
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Originally Posted by horseygal90 View Post
The Fox and the Hound and Black Beauty are awful for me.

There aren't many films with people in that make me cry, tbh.
I don't watch the Fox and the Hound either

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Originally Posted by emrldsky View Post
No kidding! It was on an HD channel recently and I was watching it, crying hard, and my husband comes out and says, "Honey! What's wrong??" I couldn't even talk, I just pointed to the TV and he said, "Oh. Well, warn me next time will ya?"

The Lion King, definitely, and Bambi.
I also don't watch them

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Originally Posted by WELDRWOMN View Post
Where the Red Fern grows is so sad. I cried when I watched the movie and I cried even harder when I read the book.

Old Yeller is also on the list of movies I can't watch

Titanic is very sad, but I can't see why my sister had to watch it like 5 times. I knew what would happen before it started and still cried at the end...

Romeo and Juliet makes me cry, so does Hamlet
I cried when I read Where the Red Fern grows too, which is why I will never see the movie

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Originally Posted by yam102284 View Post
I rarely cry at sappy movies. I'm just not a crier. But one movie I did cry, and through almost the whole thing, was Eight Below. I was a bawling baby during that movie.



I didn't cry during Titanic either. Everyone who saw it before me said that you would definitely cry. And I definitely didn't.
I have never seen Eight Below, I had been told it was sad.


You know the funny thing though, some of these movies are little kids movies, I wonder how I am gonna be able to watch these movies with Brody when he get old enough to watch them.
post #47 of 47
Sophie's Choice
Terms of Endearment
The Color Purple
Beaches
Million Dollar Baby-It destroyed me. I cried for an hour afterward
Bridges of Madison County
Steel Magnolias
Schindlers List-I spent the rest of the night contemplating good versus evil teary eyed.
Empire Under the Sun
Less Than Zero-I was 13.It was the 80s.
Love Actually
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