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When was the last time you cryed on a movie ?????

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The "Family Stone" and "Rent"
Forrest Gump. Only movie to ever make me cry.
I wasn't crying a river but I was teary eyed and choked up at Cinderella Man and The Family Stone.
Keith wrote: Cinderella Man, what a family bond that makes it through the toughest times.  Thats love.  If you haven't seen it, you must.
I saw it.
Thought it was disappointing.
I'll try watching it again when it's on cable.
I cried just last night watching the "In Her Shoes" DVD. What a beautiful ending!! Great casting with Toni Collette and Cameron Diaz!! and Shirley MacClaine.
Cinderella Man, what a family bond that makes it through the toughest times.  Thats love.  If you haven't seen it, you must.
Starship Troopers 2 - I wasted 1 1/2 hours of my life on that turkey!
O.K. I will agree with Jonathan that the end of "Brokeback Mountain" was very touching. Spoiler: When Ennis delicately buttons the shirt he discovers hidden in Jack's closet, I was quite moved. I think this movie will resonate with anyone that has suffered the loss of a loved one.
I cried while watching Castaway.
Jonathan Bennett wrote: Brokeback Mountain,
I was very weepy eyed by the time it got to the last 20 minutes.


I really wanted to cry but I couldn't
Brokeback Mountain,
I was very weepy eyed by the time it got to the last 20 minutes.
Lord Of The Rings:Return Of The King gets me every time
The Family Stone was the last movie I cried at!!
Gabe Powers wrote: I did this before, but I'd be buggered to find it in the posting history...

It's there.  tough guys thread
I did this before, but I'd be buggered to find it in the posting history...
Aaron Schneiderman wrote: The last time I cried at a movie was during "Van Helsing." All I could think about was the $8.00 I wasted.

lol - ba-dum-bum Wink
The Brothers Grimm---because it was so freaking bad!  I think I saw a tear in Matt Damon's eye as well.  BUT SERIOUSLY, like BoBoi above, the last film that made me cry was Finding Neverland.  It occurred on Depp's line, "You should never make a boy go to bed, he'll just wake up a day older."  Great stuff!  Cinderella Man had it's moments, too.
Finding Neverland....
The last time I cried at a movie was during "Van Helsing." All I could think about was the $8.00 I wasted.
Sorry, but this has been done before. Go back to the history, and you'll find it.

Crash... the ending just gets to me. I also cried in Man on Fire which I got a little teary-eyed.
When was the last time you cryed on a movie ?????
Hello..i hope there wasn't any post like this before..so I thought that i'll star one.
So....when was the last time you cryed ona movie..and what movie was that..and ofcourse why have you cryed, what scene made you cry ??????

Now my answer..and a reason why I started this thread.....
i haven't cryed on a movie for a long, long time..i can't even remember when it was........until last night
I watched 9th episod of BAND OF BROTHERS "Why we fight".....and I think I will remeber the moment I cryed for long..it was a scene when 101st Airborn found the first POW Camp- Concentration Camp.....when I saw this starving, sad, tired people...when I saw theyr eyes...and then when one of the prisoners was talking to Winters and Libgot and asked "What is this" sayed "....Poles...." I just couldn't keep it...tears just flooded from my eyes....it was a realy hard moment.....and a great Tv movie.....just great.............

Salute to 101st Airborn....Polish soldiers fought in Normandi and a whole Europ to.....my grandpa was a soldier......so salute again