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    The Phantom of the Opera movie. I was nearly sobbing during her song to her father.
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    This is an older movie, but Terms of Endearment gets to me every single time when I think of the little boy in the hospital scene and the look on his face in the grocery store when he volunteers to put back his candy bar because she didn't have the money. It breaks my heart each time I see that movie.

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    I saw Deep Impact last night too, for the first time. What a good movie. I was sure I had seen it before, as there are a few of these movies out there, but I hadnt and I was pretty impressed. I cried at the end.My favorite part was when Tea Leoni (?) picked up the lady from ER's kid and ran with her to the helicopter and put them both on board. (However, how could all those men get on the helicopter and leave a woman and her little girl to die?)

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    The Notebook
    John Q.
    I Am Sam
    Pearl Harbor

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    "The Notebook"
    "Always"
    "Titanic"
    "Dead Poet's Society"
    "Dying Young"
    "Untamed Heart"
    "Somewhere in Time"

    Many, many others, too, but those are the ones which came to mind today...
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    Romy and Michele's High School Reunion- I cried from laughing so hard. LOL

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    I cried during Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants. It was so sad!

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    I agree with many on here but haven't read all the pages so forgive me if I repeat some.

    Dances with Wolves - especially over the wolf!
    Field of Dreams - when he meets his dad
    Highlander - love the music
    House of Flying Daggers - tragic beyond belief
    The Last Castle - a Robert Redford movie
    The Last Samurai - battle scenes are heartbreaking
    Patriot - Mel Gibson movie
    Saving Private Ryan - that one was harsh
    Seabiscuit - sucker for animal movies
    The Last Unicorn
    Fly Away Home
    Old Yeller - Can't forget that old standby tearjerker
    Stand by Me
    Castaway
    Lonesome Dove miniseries
    A Walk to Remember
    An American Tail
    The Fox and the Hound - "we'll always be best friends won't we?"

    Just about any Disney movie which is terrible because they are kids movies but there is always something tragic!

    Pretty much all war movies and any movie where an animal is hurt or killed
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    Quote Originally Posted by devon7
    "The Notebook"
    "Always"
    "Titanic"
    "Dead Poet's Society"
    "Dying Young"
    "Untamed Heart"
    "Somewhere in Time"

    Many, many others, too, but those are the ones which came to mind today...
    "Untamed Heart" definitely! When Adam dies and Caroline is trying to wake him up, I lost it! I love that song by Nat King Cole. It's called Nature Boy. Surprisingly it's not on the soundtrack. But what an awesome movie. And I'm not really a big fan of hers but what a great job. Here are the lyrics to that song in case anyone's trying to figure out which one I'm talking about.
    Nature Boy by Nat King Cole
    There was a boy
    A very strange enchanted boy
    They say he wandered very far, very far
    Over land and sea
    A little shy and sad of eye
    But very wise was he
    And then one day
    A magic day he passed my way
    And while we spoke of many things
    Fools and kings
    This he said to me
    "The greatest thing you'll ever learn
    Is just to love and be loved in return"

    "The greatest thing you'll ever learn
    Is just to love and be loved in return"
    Last edited by nilesgirl; 08-10-2005 at 11:43 PM.
    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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    I am going to repeat some of the ones already mentioned:

    Old Yeller
    Shawshank Redemption
    Brian's Song
    Shadowlands
    Steel Magnolias
    Breaker Morant
    Field of Dreams
    Million Dollar Baby

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