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    This may well be the cheesiest thing I've ever written, but the scene in Grosse Point Blank where John Cusack is holding the baby and ... well, they have a moment. That was some brilliant cinema right there. I cry, but in a sort of happy-sad way, if that makes any sense.

    The scene in Deep Impact where Leelee Sobieski (sp?) has to say goodbye to her parents and they hand her the baby kills me every time, too. I can watch it, rewind it, watch it again, rewind it and watch it a third time and I'll have fresh tears with each viewing.

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    geez, i cry in everything. the real question would be what movies have NOT made me cry.

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    The latest one to make me cry was Big Fish.
    If I'd been a ranch, they would have named me The Bar None~~ Gilda

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    Titanic
    The Wedding Singer
    Armageddon
    Nell
    The Bridges of Madison County
    Breathless (1983 version)
    Pay it Forward
    The Legend of 1900
    Life is Beautiful
    Edward Scissorhands
    Judgement at Nuremberg
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    What made me cry? Hmmmm... A quick list:

    Life is Beautiful
    Bridges of Madison County - I'm a sucker for unrequited love...
    Message in a Bottle
    Beaches
    A Walk to Remember
    My Girl
    Titanic - I'm with you Palindrome14 - the part where the Mum is tucking the kids in bed gets me everytime too...

    Also can't go past Moulin Rouge and Up Close and Personal.

    And then there's a bad 80s movie, Made in Heaven which probably nobody has ever seen but I remember it made me cry like crazy when I was a teen. It runs along a similar theme to City of Angels (which incidentally also made me cry!)...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozmum
    ...there's a bad 80s movie, Made in Heaven which probably nobody has ever seen but I remember it made me cry like crazy when I was a teen. It runs along a similar theme to City of Angels (which incidentally also made me cry!)...
    Ozmum, I remember that movie! It made me cry too!

    Anne of Green Gables and Anne of Avonlea are good tearjerkers too!
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    It not real difficult for movie makers to get me to cry. Unless I am totally unmoved by the characters I think I probably cry right on cue every time.

    Here are some that came to mind as I tried to recall making a mad dash for tissues...

    Apollo 13
    Band of Brothers
    Cool Hand Luke
    Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
    Good Will Hunting
    The Harmonists
    John Q
    Ladyhawke
    Life Is Beautiful
    My Dog Skip
    October Sky
    Rocky
    Saving Private Ryan
    Silkwood
    Sometimes a Great Notion
    Taps
    We Were Soldiers
    White Fang
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    I cry easily when I watch movies, but I laugh as easily, it's a good balance

    I have to tell you guys that I watched "Pay it forward" at school, and the teacher purposely didn't open the lights after the movie because everyone was crying their eyes out We could even hear the though guys sniffle a little

    Schindler's list, Life as a house, A walk to remember, The lion King (I know!) What's eating Gilbert Grape
    and...
    of course, I cried a little the first time I saw Monsters, inc. "Kitty"
    I love that movie, what can I say

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    realitycrazmom - I can't believe someone else remembers "Made in Heaven"!!!! I tried to hire it awhile ago, but no one had ever heard of it!!

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