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post #31 of 56
The very first movie I ever cried to was Charlotte's Web. Like Sierra, I was also inconsolable!!!

I bawled like a baby.. I mean..down to the toes sobbed in the theatre at CIty of Angels. Ghost was also another one that I bawled to.
post #32 of 56
I'm one of those idiots that cries at Hallmark commercials....so I cry at almost anything.

But the ones that I think get me the most are:

Top Gun- when Goose dies. That gets me every time!

Seabiscuit- I think I cried through the whole movie!

Passion of the Christ was the worst though. I went to see that one with 5 of my girlfriends from work and we all cried harder than at any movie we've ever seen. Afterward, the theatre was totally silent as people filed out of there. It was almost eerie. None of us could really talk for quite awhile afterward and when we went to dinner.....we talked about other things....besides the movie. I'm glad that I saw it.....but I don't think I'd ever want to see it again.
post #33 of 56
Lots of the old classic movies make me cry. Let me think.... "Imitation of Life", "The Fighting Sullivans", "Old Yeller", "Pride of the Yankees", "Love Story", "Ice Castles", "Brian's Song", "Titanic", "Steel Magnolias", "Ghost", "Bright Eyes". I know there are more, but that's some of the first ones I thought of.
post #34 of 56
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Originally Posted by sofiecusion
I also cried when Dr. Green died on ER.
OMG, I sobbed durning that episode! I'd never cried like that at TV show before!

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Originally Posted by KittyKook
Top Gun- when Goose dies. That gets me every time!
Me too!!

Let's see, movies that make me cry:
LOTR--all three but especially ROTK
Titanic
Braveheart--Especially the part near the end, when he yells FREEDOM...
The Lion King
The Green Mile

and the list goes on... I'm such a big sap, I cry at almost anything!!

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Originally Posted by KittyKook
Passion of the Christ was the worst though. I went to see that one with 5 of my girlfriends from work and we all cried harder than at any movie we've ever seen. Afterward, the theatre was totally silent as people filed out of there. It was almost eerie. None of us could really talk for quite awhile afterward and when we went to dinner.....we talked about other things....besides the movie. I'm glad that I saw it.....but I don't think I'd ever want to see it again.
I went to see that with my aunt and cousin and all three of us were a wreck. The theatre was silent as well after it was over. That was such a tough movie to watch.
post #35 of 56
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Originally Posted by KittyKook
I'm one of those idiots that cries at Hallmark commercials....so I cry at almost anything.
Me too!

Up Close & Personal gets me (that's kind of "our movie". The first time we watched it together was the first time we cried together. Pathetic, huh? )
What Dreams May Come
Disney flicks
Most romantic flicks, even romantic comedies (I just watched Deliver Us from Eva last week, yup cried at the end of that!)
pretty much any time a main character dies...(who isn't a bad guy)

And people wonder why I like action films!
post #36 of 56
I am Sam, The Green Mile, and Pay it Forward!
post #37 of 56
The first Beetoven movie. I'm such a loser.
post #38 of 56
I cry pretty easily at movies. I can't name all of them because there would be a list. I cry at animal Disney shows at the drop of a hat (Bambi, Thomasina, etc.) I'm almost afraid to go to movies because I cry and can't stop. In recent memory, I cried at "Meet Joe Black"; I sobbed at "Anna and the King"' Cried at Lilo and Stitch (poor Stitch was all alone in the forest); and "Finding Neverland". I'm so embarassed because I'm afraid I won't be able to stop and start crying aloud. I saw that a few mentioned "What Dreams May Come" . What a powerful movie.
post #39 of 56
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Originally Posted by Sanctie
I was wondering if you all are cry-babies like me, and if so, what movies make you cry no matter how many times you see them???
Dog and Cat movies get me crying! Like the end of the Black Stallion as it makes me miss my late mares and Poodles!
post #40 of 56
Schindlers List and The Green Mile.
post #41 of 56
I don't cry at movies, but there are many that are genuinely touching. If I was a crier I might have cried at Gladiator, Beaches, Stella and Awakenings to name a few. Other than Gladiator I don't tend to watch movies that dramatic though. I'd like to see "What Dreams May Come" though. I remember seeing a couple of commercials for it. I think there was a part where the sky or the background scene washed away as if it was a bad dream or something. It looked unique and unpredictible.
post #42 of 56
To Kill A Mockingbird.

". . .stand up, chile, that's yo' daddy passing. . ."

Leonard
post #43 of 56
For all you cry babies out there.....did you know that Green Mile is on TV tonight? It's on ABC.....whatever channel that is for you.
post #44 of 56
Hubby and I just watched The Notebook.

I'm a sucker for elderly in love. But.... the book was better... as always
post #45 of 56
So I just watched The Notebook again (first time since I've gotten it on DVD), and I'd like to say that I bawled my eyes out...again. Right now my roommate and her boyfriend are watching it and even though I can just HEAR it I have no doubt I'll cry again. What can I say? I love love!

I would also like to add that I LOVE Ryan Gosling (Noah Calhoun). He somewhat reminds me of Brendan and besides that he is just GORGEOUS. Yep, I love him.
post #46 of 56
Umm, remember the Transformers cartoon series? I got hooked on it. Well, they made a movie and I was the only unescorted adult in the theater. Luckily it was a matinee a week after it opened and the theater wasn't crowded 'cuz I cried when Optimus Prime died.
post #47 of 56
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Originally Posted by katspixiedust
So I just watched The Notebook again (first time since I've gotten it on DVD), and I'd like to say that I bawled my eyes out...again. Right now my roommate and her boyfriend are watching it and even though I can just HEAR it I have no doubt I'll cry again. What can I say? I love love!

I would also like to add that I LOVE Ryan Gosling (Noah Calhoun). He somewhat reminds me of Brendan and besides that he is just GORGEOUS. Yep, I love him.
I just THINK about the movie and I tear up!!! We are SAPS!!!! DOn't you just love it!! I have extra kleenex if you need it.
post #48 of 56
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Originally Posted by Ali012281
I just THINK about the movie and I tear up!!! We are SAPS!!!! DOn't you just love it!! I have extra kleenex if you need it.
Keep those kleenex handy because I just might!
post #49 of 56
I can find something to cry about in every movie I see, in fact, I rate movies by boxes of kleenex. The Green Mile is on right now and I rate it as a 2-boxer. It's come down to the fact that I wait until the movie is out on video then I can watch it at home and cry in private. I'm such a sap!!!!
post #50 of 56
Thread Starter 
Beth and Katherine----
I am so glad that I am not the only one,,LOL!! I am thrilled to know that there is a book about the wedding!!! Yeah,,I am a book worm anyways,,so that will be great!!! I am such a baby!!!!
post #51 of 56
Well, I just finished up watching The Notebook, and I must say I'm feeling a bit emotional. Believe I need a hug.
post #52 of 56
I keep seeing The Notebook mentioned. I guess it's a must-see for all of us sappy women, eh?
post #53 of 56
Get yourself a nice big box of tissue.
post #54 of 56
How about the Dawn Anna story? Not only does she go through a terrible health condition but it goes into all the children who were killed at Columbine! THAT REALLY had me in tears!
post #55 of 56
the green mile and passion of the christ, and black beauty the movie all from beginning to end i am sobbing
post #56 of 56
I haven't seen The Notebook yet, but I guess I better! The movie that did it for me was Bridges of Madison County. The Titanic was a tear-jerker too. I also cried over The Green Mile, Legends of the Fall, and Dead Man Walking. A lot of folks said they cried over Passion of the Christ, but I opted not to see it, preferring to keep the emphasis on the Resurrection.
This was a good question! It cleared away the fog!
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