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    Oh, I'm thinking of "The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter". That was another good one. I never saw "Deer Hunter"
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    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 haven't cried at a movie in a while. I tear up at quite a few. The last one I cried at was, I think, Radio. When the mom died, it was too much for me. I think I even cried when our English class watched the Crucible. At the end, when they kill the "witches" and everyone was singing.

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    My Girl.

    When she's looking at Macauley Culkin in the casket and starts screaming about him not having his glasses on, I weep until I can't breathe. It's awful.

    Steel Magnolias

    Breaks my heart when Sally Field is crying - although Shirley Maclaine is so damn funny it can lighten it up

    Phenomenon - even made my husband cry - in the theatre!

    And I know it's not a movie, but the documentary about 9/11 makes me absolutely weep. I know everyone feels sad when they watch it, but living in New York just makes it so much closer to home - knowing so many people who knew someone who jumped, who died, who survived. I watch it every once in a while, just because I feel like I should. In fact, I think everyone should, but I digress....

    When a Man Loves a Woman - OMG it's awful - I can't even watch it now - seeing the sadness and fear in those little girls' eyes

    I'm a crier though, so I'm sure to shed a tear in most dramas, unless I'm asleep

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    Quote Originally Posted by marybethp
    When a Man Loves a Woman - OMG it's awful - I can't even watch it now - seeing the sadness and fear in those little girls' eyes
    Oh, marybeth... I so agree! My heart bled for those poor little girls (and Andy Garcia, too... Meg Ryan didn't deserve him! ) during her drunken situations, and also the hesitation in their eyes when they finally got to see her after rehab. No child should ever have to fear their mother.. it was so sad.
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    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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    Brother Bear

    Though I was happy that Koda decided to stay as a bear to take care of the little bear cub. I thought that was really sweet.

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    Schindler's List made me cry until I was hyperventalating... I sank down off the couch and lay on the floor crying hysterically... it took me five minutes to calm down enough to call my friend and give him HECK for telling me to watch it!

    Green Mile made me and my husband cry at the theatre, I think of this one ofter because it was our first date! (BTW he said it was popcorn dust that made his eyes water!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Broadway
    Oh, marybeth... I so agree! My heart bled for those poor little girls (and Andy Garcia, too... Meg Ryan didn't deserve him! ) during her drunken situations, and also the hesitation in their eyes when they finally got to see her after rehab. No child should ever have to fear their mother.. it was so sad.
    And when Andy Garcia screamed at the older girl, 'I am the only father you've ever known!" after she tells him he's not her dad. It just breaks my heart because he loves both girls so much.

    I'm ashamed to admit this, but I cried during The Longest Yard. I have issues. (Shut up, it was a really sad part!)
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    I've got one that's sort of good crying (versus Schindler's List, the 20th century's stained and I can't stand it-crying). Truly, Madly Deeply. Ultimate chick movie. Alan Rickman. Sad, but good sad. Sigh. God I love Alan Rickman.

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    Marybeth, I forgot about Phenomenon. That one really got me. We saw it at one of those "suds n cinema" places where you get pizza, beer and a movie. Couldn't believe they picked that movie. Talk about crying in your beer!
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