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    Right Here, Right Now Britannia's Avatar
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    The end of Edward Scissorhands had me crying hysterically at the cinema. I had to wait til the room was empty before I could go. All I could get out was..."He's all alooooone!'' before dissolving into a snotty, blubbering wreck.

    The film Shane had me bawling at the end..."Shane! Shane!! Come back! Mama needs you!!"

    Just watched "The Mission" on dvd again last week with Robert DeNiro and Jeremy Irons as Jesuit priests in Columbia....oh my word...tears pouring down my face.
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    Gosh, what movie has'nt made me cry? I even cried at The Incredibles.
    Most recently tho, I cried watching Closer... about 20 min ago

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    AKA Mr. Tricia Helfer bluesboi's Avatar
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    SCHINDLER'S LIST - I absolutely lost it in the theatre

    MILLION DOLLAR BABY - I heard about the ending before seeing it. Had no idea it would affect me like it did. I cried for about an hour afterwards.

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    I saw someone had Steel Magnolias on the list, and I need to add that one to mine. I've watched it once or twice and it never fails to get me.

    Schindler's List too. We watched it in my English class, after reading Elie Wiesel's Night. That one was impossible for me to keep from crying during.

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    The Terminal had me bawling today. Viktor was such a kind beautiful person.
    I just wanted to hug him.
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    Oh man, I remember when I saw Big Fish in the theater.
    I was bawling from beginning to end. I hadn't cried that much since the end of Armageddon when I was a silly teenager When I went home that night I just could'nt even talk I was so moved
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    House of Sand and Fog, Million Dollar Baby..

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    the notebook. that movie had me crying for days after - every time i would think about it, i'd burst out in tears. my husband thought i was crazy. lol
    "I'm selfish, impatient, and a little insecure. I make mistakes. I am out of control, and at times hard to handle, but if you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best .. "

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    Hahah. I still cry thinking about The Notebook. I wanna see it again *sigh*
    I keep thinking, cmmon husband, catch on and take notes!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluesboi
    SCHINDLER'S LIST - I absolutely lost it in the theatre

    MILLION DOLLAR BABY - I heard about the ending before seeing it. Had no idea it would affect me like it did. I cried for about an hour afterwards.

    oh lordy ditto with you on S.L.....wicked sad.

    I haven't seen M.D.B yet
    heard it was very sad.

    I've been avoiding sad movies lately.

    I'm such a wimp. The last movie I saw I was bawling (and i've seen it several times with my daughter
    Never Been Kissed
    Moulin Rouge

    and a documentary on 9/11 and base ball called " The Ninth Inning" <--cried most of that one.

    I highly recommend that one though.

    Is there a documentary thread here?
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