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    Ooooooh! Dead Poet's Society. Me too. The last half hour is so hard. I love the moment they stand on the desks and the reaction from Robin Williams. I also loved Charlie in that movie. The name is Nwanda.
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    Selena
    La Bamba
    Places In The Heart
    Titanic
    Dead Poet's Society...just like Ms Filangi said, the last 1/2 hour is so sad.
    Six Weeks (Very, very sad lesser known movie with Dudley Moore and Mary Tyler Moore)
    Steel Magnolias
    Fried Green Tomatoes
    Terms Of Endearment
    Beaches
    Color Purple
    Finding Neverland
    My Girl
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    hope floats
    the spitfire grill
    permanent record
    shindler's list
    the green mile
    dead poet's society
    meet joe black
    stealing home
    I'm sorry buy my impressions of Hope Floats and Meet Joe Black were very poor. I thought they were horrible movies.
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    For Your Entertainment lobeck's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by nilesgirl
    I'm sorry buy my impressions of Hope Floats and Meet Joe Black were very poor. I thought they were horrible movies.
    I liked Hope Floats, but I also thought Meet Joe Black was .

    Oh, and I forgot Finding Neverland on my list.

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    "Powder" made me emotional as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lobeck
    I liked Hope Floats, but I also thought Meet Joe Black was .
    Aww. I loved that Joe Black.

    I'm surprised no one's mentioned Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. Jim Carrey finally revealed that he actually has a soul in that one.
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    On the Ropes - I didn't cry. I bawled! If you liked Million Dollar Baby, you must see this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amy Lee
    "Powder" made me emotional as well.
    Oh..that was an excellent movie....anything with Jeff Goldblum I love....yeah...that one was a definite crying movie!
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    Only four movies have made me cry --

    Edward Scissorhands
    Bicentennial Man
    AI: Artificial Intelligence
    Orphans

    Eternal Sunshine made me tear. Not cry, but tear.
    I was in love with a difficult man.

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    How could i forget The Passion of the Christ

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    The last time I can remember crying at a movie was Amistad where they were showing the passage over, the degrading conditions the slaves had to endure for months on the ship, and the throwing overboard of several slaves because supplies were running low. Those images just hit me hard.

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