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    Weepers

    Couldn't find the old thread about movies that make you cry ...

    Anyway ... just watched My Life As A House for the second time and I cried my eyes out for the second time. It's not a perfect movie by any means, but man, get your box of tissues if you're going to watch it! I thought Kevin Klein was wonderful in it.

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    I agree eden, and I know it was sappy but a walk to remember, I am sam both made me just boo hoo!

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    Re: Weepers

    Originally posted by Eden
    Couldn't find the old thread about movies that make you cry ...

    Anyway ... just watched My Life As A House for the second time and I cried my eyes out for the second time. It's not a perfect movie by any means, but man, get your box of tissues if you're going to watch it! I thought Kevin Klein was wonderful in it.
    I sobbed when I saw that movie Eden.
    We have the DVD but I daren't watch it as I know I'll be set off again.

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    I'm not a big "cryer" at a movie--usually, I'll just get really quiet for a while afterwards. But, there are two that will always start up the waterworks...The Color Purple and It's My Party.

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    We Were Soldiers had me crying like crazy. It's the first time I've seen a war movie where the wives' reactions at home are focused on to such a heartbreaking degree.
    Iím haunted a little this evening by feelings that have no vocabulary and events that should be explained in dimensions of lint rather than words.
    -Richard Brautigan

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