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    dallas, fer sure
    hope floats
    the spitfire grill
    permanent record
    shindler's list
    the green mile
    dead poet's society
    meet joe black
    stealing home

    i know there are others. there are a lot of movies that make me cry.

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    What about:
    One True Thing
    Stella (Bette Midler)
    I am Sam
    Pretty Woman
    Notting Hill
    My Best Friend's Wedding (big time)
    ANY kind of refugee reunion movie or news magazine special
    When Clay sang "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me", and when Vanessa got voted off

    I can cry over anything...

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    No matter how many times I see it, It's a Wonderful Life when George is at the bridge again asking God to please let him live again (sniffle). The Grapes of Wrath (So sad, so unfair) Shindler's list (no explanation needed). I know there are others that also twisted my heart.

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    Premium Member glennajo's Avatar
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    I'm a big crier too.
    Big cry movies:

    When a Man Loves a Woman- especially during the big fight scene where she says, "nothing has to happen for me to have a bad day, Michael. It just comes, and hits, and runs me over like a GD freight train." and her sober speech at the end.

    Hope Floats- where Berniece screams for her dad when he is driving away.

    And My Girl- possibly the worst, during the funeral scene where Veda is standing over the casket talking to her dead friend.
    (excuse me now while i go get a box of kleenex...)

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    Allez les Bleus! Zaius's Avatar
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    Originally posted by Miss Filangi
    I cried during Cool Runnings at the very end.

    Shawshank Redemption gives me a lump in my throat at the very end

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    I felt manipulated emotionally in "Terms of Endearment" and therefore could not appreciate the movie. I didn't buy the story line. Let's make the sister die of cancer. I cried in spite of myself. Perhaps others will disagree with me here. Certainly, good filmmakers do ultimately manipulate the emotions of their viewers. What am I discussing? Forget I said anything.

    Anyway, here are the movies in which I cried:
    The Hours (It was as if an "on" switch was flipped in my tear ducts and wasn't switched off 'til the end. Have half my posts been about The Hours? Yes, probably.)
    Princess Bride (the torture sequence)
    Kolya (in the beginning when he loses his father)
    Titanic (shameful in parts, but...I enjoyed it quite a bit)
    Wings of the Dove (how could the H.B. Carter char. risk her love?)
    Far From Heaven
    Contact (i related to the jodi foster character whose search for intelligent life has much to do with her search for her father. i should read the carl sagan book again.)
    Ach...there're so many.

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    I can catch the last 5 minutes of any lifetime movie and be grabbing for Kleenex. Heck, I can cry for sitcom shows--for example, last weeks episode of 24 made me shed a few tears (when Kim and her father were saying their goodbyes).

    But for the life of me, I can't remember any specific movies; probably because crying is not noteworthy since I cry all the times. Going down the list that's already been hashed out here by others, I'm pretty sure my eyes were wet for all of those.

    *Going off topic here* My biggest cry of all times came from reading Gone With the Wind. I must have cried for the last hundred pages of the book (about 2 hours reading time) and then, and I know this sounds like exaggeration but I assure you I would *not* brag about this, I cried for another hour after I finished the book. Three straight hours of crying. And this happened, not only the first time I read the book, but the second and third, as well. What a book!

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    Bye, I'm Spent! dahoney7's Avatar
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    It's A Wonderful Life always makes me cry...At the very end when everyone comes to help George and brings him the money and then the bell rings...Ahh...What a great movie...

    I Am Sam also made me cry...Also, Remember the Titans...

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    Originally posted by glennajo

    And My Girl- possibly the worst, during the funeral scene where Veda is standing over the casket talking to her dead friend.
    (excuse me now while i go get a box of kleenex...)
    I know! I cried at the movie, when she read the poem as well.

    Other movies

    My best friend's wedding
    Pretty Woman
    Dead Poets Society
    Coyote Ugly (can you believe it?)
    Beauty and the Beast, the animated film
    Lion King as well!

    I'm a big cryer at the movies!
    “In Rrrussia, vee have proverb: Only bad soliders don’t vant to be general.” Sasha Pivovarova

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    I've never cried, but the movies that have really made me feel EXTREMELY sad are...

    Taken (on Sci-Fi)
    Life as a House

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