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    For me it's Up by Pixar, Tarzan, the fault in our stars, lion king, finding nemo, monsters inc. basically my whole childhood was full of tears
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    (Original post by champ_mc99)
    the green mile ending...

    This film by a clear mile
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    (Original post by luminarychild)
    The fault in our stars :cry:


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    She never said all those words in the 3 seconds the gif runs for.
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    I cry at like every movie, not even joking. :erm:

    But watching Spirited Away in primary school made me so confused about everything in life
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    - Marley and me
    - The notebook
    - Titanic
    - P.s. i love you
    - My sisters keeper
    - The blind side
    - The last song
    - The fault in our stars
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    Totally agree! 😭😭

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    Crash (2004)

    The Champ (1979)
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    The scene where Brooks dies in Shawshank gets me.
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    Being totally out of place here but if anyone's seen the Hindi film 'Taare Zameen Par'- 'Like Stars on Earth', they'll know what I mean when I say it makes me have tears in my eyes when no one believes the boy.

    (It's a film about how no one believes a boy is dyslexic, they think he's just lazy, but a teacher at school supports him to reach his goals- great film if you understand Hindi and haven't seen it!)


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    Watched 'Room' in Cinemas. Never cried so much in my life
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    Marley and Me,Gosh that film made me miss the yellow Labrador Retriever I never had
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    (Original post by Puddles the Monkey)
    I watch "Her" yesterday. :cry2:

    I cried a lot, for like a good 40 minutes afterwards.

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    Why do the OS's have to go away and leave everyone behind? :cry2: It was worse than when Bambi's mum dies :bawling: Watching every human being get their heart broken by their laptops... :cry2: :bawling:


    Anyhow... everyone loves a good weepie, so what films make you cry?
    Inside out makes me shed many tears...

    I watch it to get stuff out of my system, like an emotional cleanser.

    I feel total obliteration when Bing Bong stays behind to save Joy....
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    (Original post by luminarychild)
    The fault in our stars :cry:


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    deep
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    The Notebook - even my bf cried for like an hour after that
    The Green Mile
    How To Train Your Dragon 2
    Beaches
    Marley and Me
    Homeward Bound
    The Shawshank Redemption
    Titanic
    LOTR - all three of them
    Les Miserables

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    Omg this made me cry at the end...it was just...
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    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
 
 
 
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