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    I have no idea why, but I was literally on the verge of tears when I was watching The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants :o:
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    gladiator- astonishingly emotional music+ russel crowe dying heroically= me crying like an utter tit.

    titanic- obvious reasons why really.

    finding neverland- when the boy is sat on the bench at the end and just goes so emotionally mental about his mum dying, my god his brilliant acting alone moved me to tears.
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    beer fest.
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    (Original post by conspiracy-xo)
    beer fest.
    That was a terrible film :shifty: or do you mean cried with laughter?
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    The Lion King
    Titanic
    The Notebook
    The Green Mile
    Pay it forward
    I am Legend (animals dying will always make me cry)...
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    Armeggedon.
    The part near the end where Harry pulls A.J.'s O2 line so that he could be with his daughter.
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    Titanic
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    I have absolutely no idea why but.. Bridge to Terabithia, only film that ever has.. Rather odd that
    And yet no-one has said mine yet, I'm getting worried
    Yeah! I agree! Amazing film - not the sort of thing I was expecting but I absolutely loved it. Never before have I cried like that...

    Also yeah, Green Mile - the bit when he brings the mouse back to life
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    I cry at like every film it seems lol

    But my main ones are:
    Titanic
    Shawshank Redemption
    The Outsiders
    Rent


    To Kill a Mockingbird doesn't make me cry, but I was close
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    I Am Sam made me cry sooo much :cry:
    Amadeus and Joyeux Noël were pretty emotional as well
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    I cry at most movies :laughing:

    The Green Mile
    Pay It Forward
    Armagedon
    Ps I love you
    I am sam
    The lion king

    Those are the one's I can think of, of the top of my head
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    First film ever was the little princess when I went to the cinema with my nan when I was little..

    I remember crying at Click (with adam sandler) and Pearl Harbour was sad at the end too
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    I'm male I don't cry.

    Pan's Labyrinth.
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    Rabbit proof fence only.
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    Ooooooooh, I forgot to mention:

    Factory Girl..(It was so depressingggg !!)
    Life as a House
    THE NOTEBOOOK :cry:
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    More recently.. The Duchess was pretty sad..
    Didnt cry though but felt thoroughly depressed!

    And how could i forget GHOST?!
    Its when the music starts that gets me going in all the films!!
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    Brokeback Mountain broke my heart.
    same, just thinking about that film makes me want to start again.

    Also, Atonement was hauntingly sad. That final scene - it's like an ache in your heart for all that could have been.

    Pearl Harbour and Becoming Jane are worth a mention too.
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    I watched Silent Running (1972) earlier this week. It makes me cry at mute robots with only 2 legs and vending machine cover for a face, if only a little ;(

    The tree planting scene is LOL, though! Recommend this film for WALL-E lovers
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    'Meet Joe Black' gets me every time. It's not so much that it's sad, well it is, but the bit where the dad (William Parishh) is being led away by Death (Joe Black), and there's this big orchestral bit of music playing. It's always the music that gets me *sniff* It's all dramatic and emotional and stuff.
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    The two films I've cried the most at are The Notebook and The Fox And The Hound. It's really easy for me to cry at films though, but The Notebook had me in absolute floods of tears! I cried at Brokeback Mountain a fair bit too.
 
 
 
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