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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff111;2109072;
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    Yes. Especially when Betty gets word that her husband has died in battle. I watched "My Girl" today and sobbed like a baby again. My nose was so red by the end.
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    Dumbo. Gets me EVERY time when he goes and visits his mom. Also, I cry for the last half hour of RENT. From the time Angel dies, till the end of the movie, the waterworks are on full blast.
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    The Notebook

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    I'm a big crybaby at the movies, my list would be very long, but a movie called "The deep end of the ocean" with Michelle Pheiffer does it to me every time. It's about a woman whose son is abducted, and she finds him about 8 or 9 years later. It's a tearjerker.

    Also "set it off"- I know they were all bank robbers, but the scenes where the girls die are so dang sad.

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    Ladder 49 and World Trade Center - last two movies I saw that made me cry (and I don't cry easily).

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    I know there are a lot of Julia Roberts haters here, but Stepmom. Maybe because it hits a little too close to home.
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    Evita was the only movie that has ever made me cry. I don't know why, but it was so overwhelming and beautiful. I know she's supposed to be evil and all, but you can't help feeling sympathy for her. And all of the Argentinians cry for her...

    *sob*
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    Re: Now to the movies that made you cry?

    Ok, I'm a crybaby too, and will be tearing up in a lot of movies even when the little voice inside of me is still snarking at the cheesiness of it. But bumping this up as last night watched one where the ending had me crying more than any other has had: Pan's Labyrinth. Movie isn't quite what I was expecting, rather violent, but definitely worth watching as long as you don't mind subtitles (I don't, but I know some do).

    Others that have gotten me are Life is Beautiful, Braveheart, and Lady in White.

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    Re: Now to the movies that made you cry?

    Sherrybaby tried quite well to get me weeping.
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    Re: Now to the movies that made you cry?

    Gone with the Wind. Have yet to see the movie when my eyes were not blurry with tears.

    Brian's Song gets me too.
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    (Who loves me will love my dog also)

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