Have you ever cried at a Film before?

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hbk4894
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i think there was a thread like this before but it is an old thread so have you ever cried at a Film before or has a Film got you emotional before?

i cant remember ever getting upset at a film before.
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I cried at 'UP' at the part when the little old man reflected on the time spent with his wife...
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The only film I've ever cried at is Marley & me, I assume since that's so relatable and I have a dog I'm so attached to.
I've got teary at My Sisters Keeper, but other that that I've got a heart of stone when it comes to films
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Regularly. If you've never cried at a film, watch the Elephant Man. If you don't cry at that I would seriously consider looking for a heart from somewhere. :lol: I get teary at lots of films.
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I cried at The Snowman when I was a child... :cry2:
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Yes, don't remember the films though. Also depends on your mood though I guess. My Sister's Keeper and Marley & Me are good candidates to make you cry.
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I made it all the way through Schindler's List without crying, until the end scene where Schindler breaks down saying he could have saved more.

Only time I've cried, and I have no regrets. That acting was phenomenal and heart wrenching.
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Yes, practically every film i watch. Especially happy endings
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Yep, loads of times. I cried when Andy in Toy Story grew up and gave Woody and the gang to the sweet little girl (Bonnie I think)
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All the bloody time.

The Lion King, My Sister's Keeper, Shawshank Redemption, Toy Story 3 and Harry Potter to name a few. As you can see, I pretty much cry at anything.
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I only need to hear the theme music to Champions (the story of Bob Champion and Aldaniti winning the grand national after cancer/serious injury in both cases) or Chariots of Fire to be in floods, so you can imagine what I'm like when I watch the films.
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Practically every film. No shame.
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I've cried at The Reader, Schindler's List, Skin and Hotel Rwanda.
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The Pursuit of Happyness gave me a big lump in my throat and Into the Wild I must admit gets me teary eyed and depressed for a good couple of days.
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Yeah but not regularly, I've cried at Life is Beautiful, The Boy in Striped Pyjamas, Titanic and those are the only ones I can remember off the top of my head but I haven't cried in too many others.
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I've cried a lot of time at movies- I'm such an emotional wreck :cry2:
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Not too many, but I do remember crying at Dumbo when I was little. It's that scene where the *****y lady elephants are gossiping about him being a freak and getting his mother locked up and block him out.
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I've never actually cried while watching a film. I've got teary eyed at one or two before though, but for the life of me I can't remember what they were.
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I remember crying at Pokemon: 4Ever when Celebi died when I was however old I was when it came out.

I have never told anyone that.
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Harry Potter
well the last film and not because the film was sad but because I felt like my childhood was over
Plus I was in the cinema with my friends and we were all just in a row sitting there weeping over it
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