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    JESSICA: #1 AntmSTarTa's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ClosetNerd
    Hahah. I still cry thinking about The Notebook. I wanna see it again *sigh*
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    I've seen this movie on a plane, and it was very sad and romantic. I would've cried, but it was on a plane, so I couldn't muster up the courage . Maybe next time when I watch it at home...

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    Mr. Holland's Opus - my dad was a teacher and when he passed away the school had a big assembly for him just like at the end of the movie - my poor children had to escort me out of the movie theatre sobbing.
    Whale Rider - saw it on an airplane and sat there crying
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    Finding Neverland - I LOVED this movie and thought the ending was beautiful
    It's a Wonderful Life
    The Miracle Worker (original with Patty Duke and Anne Bancroft)
    To Kill a Mockingbird
    The Grapes of Wrath
    I know some of these are old but I love the old movies!!!

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    I've cried over more than one movie, but the one that shook me the worst was "Saving Private Ryan."

    And the end of "Serendipity" (my favorite sappy movie) where John Cusack has the single tear running down his cheek. But that's because it's John Cusack who is hilarious, romantic, articulate and manly all in one.
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    I don't recall if I cried but the 50s Polish film, Kanal, left me shaken. It's the best movie about war I've ever seen.

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    Ice Castles! I've seen that movie so many times but I still cry everytime I watch it.

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    Heh... I keep crying everytime I see the preview for RENT. Looks like I'll be watching that one alone!
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    I bawled like big ol' baby at the end of About Schmidt, and what's more, I turned my head to discover that Mr. Rattus was welling up as well. A movie that can make a 50 year old truck-driver cry, now that's something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ClosetNerd
    Heh... I keep crying everytime I see the preview for RENT. Looks like I'll be watching that one alone!
    LOL! I've already decided to watch it alone too!

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    Casablanca
    The Larame Project
    Ghost
    Crash
    Billy Jack
    The Notebook

    There's more, but I can't think of them. I'm kinda sensitive.

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    When Harry Met Sally, Never Been Kissed, Sommersby, Elizabethtown, Pay It Forward, Life As a House.

    I know there are many, many more.

    When I typed that line I thought of Notting Hill and Sense and Sensibility.
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