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PostSubject: QOTD 7/28   July 28th 2011, 12:25

Out of all the movies you have seen...

which movie or scene in a movie moved you enough to make you cry?


For me it really was "Meet Joe Black"

It was a time in my life when I was still missing my father who had passed away.
There was this scene in the end where the father (Anthony Hopkins) willing gives his life to death to save the life of his daughter. I totally went into the ugly cry in the movie theater.

Now it's your time to share

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PostSubject: Re: QOTD 7/28   July 28th 2011, 13:09


I cry at most emotional touching scenes. I even teared up in the last Harry Potter movie. I cried in the Toy story 3 movie. I cry during some commercials.
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PostSubject: Re: QOTD 7/28   July 28th 2011, 13:30

Oh I remember that movie!

Dead Poet's Society. Oh Captain my Captain. Gosh I am crying now...you know I never made it to the end of that movie for years, I just cried my eyes out.

That movie just strikes a cord with me about the interpersonal battles we have everyday regarding what those around us want us to be and our own hopes and dreams.

I edited my post so I am not such a debbie downer, LOL
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PostSubject: Re: QOTD 7/28   July 28th 2011, 19:22

My list is so long, I cry @ everything, even commercials! Here are a few of my ugly cry movies...

The Champ (I still cry thinking about little Ricky screaming, "Wake up the champ.")
Terms of Endearment
Toy Story 3
Beaches

Ellen, I would love to see your unedited reply.
Kristin, I'm glad I'm not the only that cries during commercials!
Norma, I've never seen Joe Black, I may have to check it out.
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PostSubject: Re: QOTD 7/28   July 28th 2011, 19:31



I also cried in Beaches Sherry! I also cry watching "Rudy" love that movie. I teared up a bit in the Life as we know it.

also P.S I love you is a tear jerker for me.
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PostSubject: Re: QOTD 7/28   July 28th 2011, 19:40

Ksimmonds wrote:


I also cried in Beaches Sherry! I also cry watching "Rudy" love that movie. I teared up a bit in the Life as we know it.

also P.S I love you is a tear jerker for me.

I love Rudy! I just thought of another... Love Actually. I need to rent some of these and just have a cleansing cry.

I'm going to make a list of the ones I haven't seen. I love a good tear-jerker!
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PostSubject: Re: QOTD 7/28   July 28th 2011, 23:39

Commercials move me to cry as well, esp. those sappy Hallmark commercials around the holidays!
One movie that always gets me is the Notebook... esp. the part where he crawls into bed with her and they die holding each other.... ahhh... yea.
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PostSubject: Re: QOTD 7/28   July 29th 2011, 00:01

Kristen, I'm like you--the bigger is question for me is--is there a movie where you have NOT cried lol. But one that gets me from the first few minutes and keeps me going through the whole darn thing is It's a Wonderful Life. You know in the beginning where you hear all the voices praying for George? I start crying then and I cry literally during the whole thing. I've seen it a million times and it STILL gets me.
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PostSubject: Re: QOTD 7/28   July 29th 2011, 00:31

I hear ya, Rebecca! Those holiday movies always get you right in the heart!
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PostSubject: Re: QOTD 7/28   July 29th 2011, 05:39

*ANDREA*AMU* wrote:
Commercials move me to cry as well, esp. those sappy Hallmark commercials around the holidays!
One movie that always gets me is the Notebook... esp. the part where he crawls into bed with her and they die holding each other.... ahhh... yea.

yup the notebook is another one that had me crying big time. I was also surprised to see how emotional I got at Toy Story 3 as well.

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PostSubject: Re: QOTD 7/28   July 29th 2011, 11:06

add me to the list y'all started that make me cry:

Beaches
Terms of Endearment
Meet Joe Black
The notebook
A walk to remember

But the one that gets me EVERY. SINGLE. TIME. just bawling like I lost my dog is Steel Magnolias. *sigh* I love that movie so much but man it kills me!
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PostSubject: Re: QOTD 7/28   July 29th 2011, 12:14

How could I forget Steel Magnolias?!!! LOVE that movie!!
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PostSubject: Re: QOTD 7/28   July 29th 2011, 12:58


I know RebeccaK what don't I cry at. I even cry and laugh reading books. My kids think I am nuts

I cried at Steel Magonlias too. FUNNY netflix showed up yesterday and guess what my daughters pick was??? The Notebook LOL

I love romance, and romance comedies and own alot of them, so I enjoy a good cry.

I cried at Letters for Juliet too. I cried watching the Tuscan Sun. GOOD GRIEF

I didn't cry at Star War, or Raiders of the lost ark.
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PostSubject: Re: QOTD 7/28   July 29th 2011, 13:21

This is such a funny topic in our house! I am not a crier! My family teases me that I'm a "cold hearted woman!" Of course, they're kidding but it takes a lot to make me cry usually.

I have cried at a few....I specifically remember
Beaches - of course, that was easy
Terms of Endearment - losing the daughter was a horrible scene that made me cry
Father of the Bride - watched this again a few months ago and I only cried because of my emotions of my own
daughter getting married.

See? Not too many.....maybe I am hard? LOL
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PostSubject: Re: QOTD 7/28   July 29th 2011, 13:32

Lol Kristen, I cry at books too. Even kids books. I was reading my kids the Ramona books and have teared up.

My husband does not get it at all. he always asks, "why would you want to watch something if you KNOW it is going to make you cry?" He just does not get the whole cathartic aspect of it. I always feel better after a good cry at a movie.
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PostSubject: Re: QOTD 7/28   July 29th 2011, 13:42



Crying isn't a bad thing. Some of us really get into the scene or book and tap into our emotions more than others. It doesn't mean that those that don't cry weren't touched, but some can really be completely absorbed.

I don't mind crying, it also reminds me I do care, because I tend to do thing matter of factly and I don't think people realize how emotional I am.
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PostSubject: Re: QOTD 7/28   July 29th 2011, 16:14

rebeccak wrote:
Lol Kristen, I cry at books too. Even kids books. I was reading my kids the Ramona books and have teared up.

My husband does not get it at all. he always asks, "why would you want to watch something if you KNOW it is going to make you cry?" He just does not get the whole cathartic aspect of it. I always feel better after a good cry at a movie.

Ha Damien tells me the same thing....always want's to know why I torture myself. I use to not be a crier at all but the older I get the weepier I have become.

Matter of fact when Damien proposed to me the guys at has work all made bets .... on the fact that I would not cry when Damien asked me to marry him. When I was younger I became very business orientated and people perseved it as cold hear-ted. But they all lost big time because the second he dropped down to his knee I became one big bawling baby.

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PostSubject: Re: QOTD 7/28   July 29th 2011, 22:26

The Notebook is one of my all time favorite movies, I cry every time I see it.

But heck I cried for during New Moon so I may not be a good judge of a tear jerker!
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