(Original post by 08rbut)
I cry in all sad films, the most pathetic one was when Dobby died in HP7 part 1, lol. It's not as bad as my other friends, we were watching titanic and a few of them cried just at the music and through the whole film!
I second the Dobby part! I agree with everyone who said Titanic, The Notebook (multiple times throughout the film, I'm sure you all know what I mean ) and The Lion King. Also, when Ellie dies at the start of Up...
I never used to cry when watching films, I don't know why I do now.
(Original post by RoryRorrzShikari)
Titanic. Started balling my eyes out at 'I'll never let go Jack', was able to calm down but then went back to fits of tears when she meets him in her dream again. In my defence I was only 11
18 and I've never watched Titanic, though not sure I want to after the amount of people that have mentioned it on this thread!
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button - The way it explored the concept of time was so deep it made me cry at the end
Toy Story 3 - the part where all the toys were holding hands inside that furnace kills me and at the end when Andy is playing with Bonnie and she asks for Woody and he's reluctant to let go and then finally does it's so sad for some reason
Son of Babylon, the ending is so sad and tragic.
It's a film set during the fall of Saddam's Iraq just after the US invasion of 2003, and it's about a boy and his grandmother who goes looking for his father who was a political prisoner.
Avatar, not because the story was particularly tear-inducing, but it was just so emotional and awe-inspiring.
Toy Story, because I watched it in the cinema a month before I went to uni (suspect it was part of the marketing ploy)... with my mum sitting next to me weeping away I wasn't particularly sad about going to uni, but because I could remember all my old toys that I'd left behind as I got older, until I didn't have any of them left
Quite a few films have made me cry
These are all i can remember right now:
A Walk to Remember
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Toy Story 3
The Last of the Mohicans
Legends of the Fall