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I remember crying with classics like E.T., Bambi etc. But most recently a few movies that sent down some tears were Grave of the Fireflies and for some odd reason Jerry Maguire.
Cant remember any movies, but the episode where Colonel Blake dies on his way home, on MASH, brings a tear to the eye.
Being scottish Braveheart tugged because it means alot to us Scot's. So I suppose there were 2 films that broke the seal lol
I have to say that TITANIC, MOULIN ROUGE!, CRUEL INTENTIONS, and THE NOTEBOOK all made me at least teary-eyed. ...Aren't they just so uplifting? lol...I love and seem to be the king of "uplifting" movies. Lol.

O, and I forgot, MY DOG SKIP....my dog died literally right after watching it (which was like 4 years ago) and I haven't watched it since.
And it takes effort to be worse than Captain America.
Jonny "Me You" wrote: For the record though, I also cried at Batman & Robin. Watch it, and you'll know why WinkGod, that was the worst superhero movie ever.
I hate to admit that the FREEEEDDOMMMMMM bit chocks me up to.
There's only a handful of movies that tug at me. Usually it seems to revolve around music. I didn't care about E.T. dying, but got choked up at the end as John Williams music boomed.

Then there was Braveheart. Nothing until the end - FRRRRREEEEEEEEDOOOOOOOOMMMMMM! and Horners music.

Then this one is funny. I went to see Titanic with a bunch of other macho guy friends when I was 16 or 17 just before the hype, when after the movie we were so choked up we couldn't say anything to eachother. Then we got to the car and starting driving home when I turned on the radio to break the tension and that stupid celine dion song came on. We all started sniffeling and really holding it in then...lol

For the record though, I also cried at Batman & Robin. Watch it, and you'll know why Wink
Wow i've not seen appolo 13 for years. Much better than armageddon and more recent space'y films
Just watched Apollo 13 last night, and I have to confess it still makes me cry at the re-entry scene, even though I know damned well what's gonna happen.

I was a total NASA fan when I was a kid, and I still remember it all happening in real life.  An extraordinary time to be alive.

Life's so tawdry and selfish these days ...
That happy ending in "While You were Sleeping" made me cry.

I'm sure there are other movies, I can't remember which ones.
dbeamish wrote: Ferris Bueller.. where the Spider goes flying out the window..  Cryword!
Tom
Titanic - for all the wrong reasons Wink
Onthe subject of crash....Go into the Favourite film of all time thread and there is an interesting concept of crash...somehow I dont think it made that guy cry!!!!
YA ME TO JUDE
Unusually for a woman I don't cry alot. Bugs me when women cry lol. But I have to say for some reason Crash got me. Broke through my heart of steel lol Happy
Ferris Bueller.. where the Spider goes flying out the window..  Cry
DareDevil . wrote: Tony DeFrancisco wrote: [quote=Gabe Powers wrote]Armageddon made me cry a little (just teasing). Man on Fire made me teary eyed when Spoiler Denzel gave up his life for Dakota.
u should stick a spoiler warning on that one
I didn't think it would of been neccessary since it was released for a while ago. Thanks to whoever did it.
A walk to remember Spoiler when Mandy Moore dies.
Tony DeFrancisco wrote: [quote=Gabe Powers wrote]Armageddon made me cry a little (just teasing). Man on Fire made me teary eyed when Spoiler Denzel gave up his life for Dakota.
u should stick a spoiler warning on that one

as for crying, I havent cryed in a movie since I was 4 and watching sword in the stone.... movies that came the closest to making me cry.... A.I, magnolia, crash

Gabe Powers wrote: God, I cried everytime I watched that as a kid. My mom would take my hand and say, "Remeber, ET doesn't really die. You saw this last week and he's OK, remember?" And I'd sob and nod my head.lol.

Armageddon made me cry a little (just teasing). Man on Fire made me teary eyed when Spoiler Denzel gave up his life for Dakota.
God, I cried everytime I watched that as a kid. My mom would take my hand and say, "Remeber, ET doesn't really die. You saw this last week and he's OK, remember?" And I'd sob and nod my head.
E.T.: The Extra Terrestrial...anyone who doesn't get a lump in their throat when E.T. dies or says goodbye isn't human.
OK tough guys...
...What're some movies that made you cry.

I cry everytime I see Return of the King at the part when the Rohan riders begin their charge. Something about selfless sacrifice relly gets to me.

Myasaki films always make me chock-up, though not exactly 'cry'.

I promise I won't make fun of anyone's story, UNLESS they say they cried at the end of Armageddon, then there will be teasing.