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#201 Posted by Evilsbane (5067 posts) -

@JacDG said:

Toy Story 3, UP and obviously E.T. probably a few more, just can't remember them off the top of my head. If you didn't shed a tear during E.T. you aren't human.

These exactly, Toy Story 3 was just something that put a beautiful end to the first birthday present I remember getting (Toy Story 1) and the start on UP was of course a wordless wonderland of emotion, E.T is Speilburg at his finest.

#202 Posted by RE_Player1 (7946 posts) -

I cried during Up and the first Pokemon movie as a kid.

#203 Posted by thechronodarkness (295 posts) -

The end of toy story 3 was my first. Watched it the day it was release on dvd. The end felt like the acknowledgement of my 90s childhood ending. I was 20 first watching this. Which in reality, yeah. Everything in general is so different. Seeing that in symbolic motion was pretty jarring.

And it wasn't anywhere near as toy story 3, but I did get a bit teary watching braveheart. I did just watch it a few weeks ago on blu-ray. Just seeing a small time little guy, essentially put up his middle finger and do things his way. Plotting his future after his death. Then, the scene right before the death. Seeing mel extremely scared to go out to see his fate. You don't see this anymore. Everyone today has to be either a whiney ass, or *I'm so badass. death is nothing*. Its very tearing.

Then star trek 2 and 3. Because who didn't?

#204 Posted by OmegaChosen (657 posts) -

The end of Toy Story 3 made me tear up a bit. I'm sure I've teared up on other movies, I just can't recall them right now.

To be honest, I cry more when I read things than I do when watching a film. I connect better through literature than cinema I suppose.

#205 Edited by LastNinja (296 posts) -

Thought I could say I never cried during a movie, then I rewatched The Last of the Mohicans by Michael Mann and I remembered: bawling like a silly little girl

Edit: Every goddamned time :(

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@Marcsman said:

Million Dollar Baby

That movie just made me want to punch everybody involved in making it including Clint Eastwood, whom I love otherwise.

@johnbakosh said:



@FLYmeatwad said:

George Washington, The Cove, and Wendy and Lucy all got me pretty hard.

The Cove? Seriously? A bunch of tasty dolphins getting harvested made you cry?

#206 Posted by predator (361 posts) -


Also, Star Trek VI.

#207 Posted by avidwriter (670 posts) -

Nope. Got choked up a little at the end of Gladiator and Inception.

#208 Posted by Bourbon_Warrior (4569 posts) -

@Gabriel said:

Cast Away has the single most hearbreaking scene I've ever seen in a movie.

The wilson scene?

#209 Posted by Breadfan (6803 posts) -

Not outright crying, but Toy Story 3 got me pretty choked up. I know it's a mini series, but the final scene of Band of Brothers always gets me.

#210 Posted by Bourbon_Warrior (4569 posts) -

@Rappelsiini said:


The only time I shed a tear while watching a movie was at the end of 50/50. That really got to me.

What? Why?

One scene got me in that movie was when his "cancer buddy", didn't show up for chemo because he died. Fuck you cancer!

#211 Posted by Chocobodude3 (1016 posts) -

The end of Interstellar

#212 Posted by bigmess (343 posts) -

I think the big three for me is the original Pokemon movie, Lords of Dogtown, and Schindlers List.

I was a weird kid...

#213 Edited by pinner458 (1034 posts) -

Cried yesterday while watching Still Alice, the scene where Julianne Moore describes her Alzheimers, "I feel like my brain is fucking dying. Everything I've ever worked my entire life for is going" and then she breaks down crying and I cried.

A lot of Mike Leigh films get me too. Secrets and Lies and Another year being examples. Mrs. Doubtfire gets me too.

#214 Posted by DukesT3 (1985 posts) -

United 93 cause... Man. I don't know but it just got me bawlin like a baby when they started to make calls to loved ones.

#215 Posted by ShockD (2486 posts) -

Hahaha, no.

Hahaha, right? Only losers cry!

#216 Posted by Mao_Yeezy89 (22 posts) -

50/50 with Seth Rogan and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. I know you guys will be thinking really? that movie? But the reason I legitimately cried was because I went in blind knowing only that one of the characters has cancer. One of my close friend had a lost a battle against cancer two weeks before this movie had come out. This movie did an excellent job of what some people go through when they are given the news that they have cancer and how everything in their life just changes. The last fifteen or twenty mins really hit home to me.

#217 Edited by Redbullet685 (6198 posts) -

Of course I have. The one movie that I cried at that you'll totally make you do a double-take is the Adam Sandler movie Click (I think it got me the second viewing, too). I swear that that movie has a super fucking sad moment and I know I'm not alone in crying at it cause I've asked a bunch of people I know and they did too.

Also, most recently, Interstellar made me shed a single tear at the end.

#218 Edited by MB (14059 posts) -

@Chocobodude3: Don't bump old ass threads, especially from Off Topic.