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    Call me cold but I can't for the life of me think of one single movie I cried over.
    One movie that I guarantee will make you cry: Antwone Fisher.

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    "Old Yeller"

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    Selena, LaBamba, Terms Of Endearment, Any movie in which one of the main characters dies. Such as Autumn in NY and Untamed Heart.
    Hurley: (holding up a Jesus statue) I don't know. I thought there might be a prowler or something.
    Mrs. Reyes: (grabbing the statue) Jesus Christ is not a weapon! - LOST "There's No Place Like Home Pt. 1

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    Now I don't cry at movies, but the only movie where I got something in my eye was Garden State.

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    Well, I rarely cry during movies but I have had choked up moments (ie. "Phantom of the Opera", "Million Dollar Baby") but however, there are only two movies that have made me cry...

    -"The Land Before Time" (Only the first time because...c'mon! Littlefoot's mom dies! Now the reason I would cry during the bajillion sequels is because they're so dreadful )

    -"Wuthering Heights" (I'm suprised no one has mentioned this one. Watched it last night and oh my god I bawled my eyes out at the end...just the emotions were so raw and out in the open. Just heartwrenching.)
    If you really did love music, you wouldn't limit yourself to just one genre.

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    -ET every single time, almost from beginning to end

    -Imitation of Life, the Lana Turner version. Oy, it just rips your heart out at the end and for about twenty minutes leading up to it when you know what is coming!!

    Those are the two never fail, I wanna cry my eyes out today picks

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    Thanks for reviving an old thread Jenn.

    For some reason, I'm not much of a crier in real life but in a theater....

    a few of many, but these get me every time

    Lion King
    Set it Off
    The Notebook
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    A Walk To Remember, The Notebook, Seabiscuit, Patch Adams , Men Of Honor and that old iceskating movie Ice Castles.

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    Heya Debbie!

    And now back to our regular conversation...
    If you really did love music, you wouldn't limit yourself to just one genre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by springkey
    erm...titanic and pearl harbour makes me cry
    the scene where an old couple was hugging each other...trying sleep as water seep in through the windows.... sniff..sniff
    OMG...I sobbed in the theater on that part...I mean, out loud sobbed....that was terrible.......
    I cry at anything and everything...commercials, movies, songs, billboards, ads in magazines, TV shows....I am a true crybaby....
    A short list of mine (which is pretty much on everyone else's list...)
    My Life-Michael Keeton
    Beaches
    Old Yeller-only watched it once and refuse to watch it ever again
    Bambi, Dumbo (name any Disney movie-I'm sure I've cried during it)
    Brian's Song (caught it recently on CMT and bawled again...gave myself a headache cause I cried so much!)
    Philadelphia
    60's version of Romeo & Juliet (watched it in 9th grade and had to leave the room because I couldn't hold back the sobbing....)
    Charlotte's Web
    Meet Joe Black

    Love Story ("Love means never having to say you're sorry....*sob*)
    John Q (my eyes were almost swollen shut from sobbing...great movie..if you like having your heart ripped out of your chest and stomped on!)
    Armaggedon (Bruce...why you do that to me?)
    The Boy in the Plastic Bubble (John Travolta, anyone?)
    Phantom of the Opera (sobbed during the Broadway show and the movie version!)
    Rudolph/Frosty (I refuse to watch Frosty anymore but I still watch Rudolph)
    Remember the Titans
    I could go on and on and on and I'm sure I'll think of a gajillion others...
    Yes, I cried on every episode of Little House on the Prairie, Highway to Heaven..if Michael Landon was in it..you were gonna cry! I cry on Extreme Home Makeovers....
    Reality is the beginning...not the end....Wallace Stevens

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