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    I forgot to add "Where the heart is" with Natalie Portman

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    Crash which i recently saw, upset me quite a bit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deb1430
    I forgot to add "Where the heart is" with Natalie Portman
    I didn't see that but, that girl (natalie) what an actress! Saw her in Closer and couldn't get over how good she was. Blew J.R right out of the water. I'd see anything she's in (well not anything but, she is really good) I predict she'll be the next BIG BIG star. She also had a small role in Cold Mountain with Jude Law (bet he tried hooking up with her)

    How old is Where the Heart is?
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    Million Dollar Baby
    Terms of Endearment
    Whale Rider
    Bridges of Madison County
    Finding Neverland

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    Whale Rider was on PBS last night, I love that film.

    Rabbit Proof Fence - if you haven't seen it, do. Kenneth Branaugh is so good, he has me SO hating him.

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    I cry on a regular basis. I'm such a sap.

    However, the more memorable recent movie that made me cry was The Notebook. I think I cried for about 2/3 of the movie.
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    I cry on a regular basis. I'm such a sap.

    That meakes the two of us. I even cried last night just watching "Ice Princess" my husband was making fun of me the entire time

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamiLee
    I didn't see that but, that girl (natalie) what an actress! Saw her in Closer and couldn't get over how good she was. Blew J.R right out of the water. I'd see anything she's in (well not anything but, she is really good) I predict she'll be the next BIG BIG star. She also had a small role in Cold Mountain with Jude Law (bet he tried hooking up with her)

    How old is Where the Heart is?
    5 years old. It was made in 2000.

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    Million Dollar Baby
    Vera Drake
    Open Water
    House of Sand and Fog
    Umbrellas of Cherbourg
    Tokyo Story
    Ikiru
    Grapes of Wrath
    Ghost and Mrs. Muir
    La Strada
    Au hasard Balthazar
    The Bicycle Thief
    Sunrise (1927)
    The Passion of Joan of Arc
    City Lights
    Bambi
    Casablanca
    Fly Away Home
    The Iron Giant
    Breaking the Waves
    Akira Kurosawa's Dreams
    Mulholland Drive

    That's a lotta crying!
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    I'm sure there are more than these, but these are the ones that immediately came to mind:

    It's My Party (I've seen it so many times that I start crying in advance of the ending because I know what's coming up! )
    Beaches
    The Color Purple
    Terms of Endearment
    Steel Magnolias
    Dead Poet's Society
    Schindler's List

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