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Old 13-02-2011, 00:17
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Hi Everyone,

Tonight, I decided to invite my friend round and cheer her up because she is a bit down with it being valentines and her being single.

Anyway, I bought the munchies and she got to choose the films, she chose Marley and Me and Hachi.

I don't normally get too teary at films but both of these films had me bawling like a baby, and so I thought I would see what films make other people cry.
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Old 13-02-2011, 00:37
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Ha, it doesn't take much to get the waterworks going now:

Bambi
It's a Wonderful Life
Dumbo
..and several more that don't come to mind right now.
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Old 13-02-2011, 00:40
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Field of Dreams
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Old 13-02-2011, 09:03
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Who Will Love My Children Several moments in the film make me cry everytime.
The Railway Children When Bobbie (Jenny Agutter) sees her father step off the train at the end and gasps "Daddy, my Daddy!"
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Old 13-02-2011, 09:14
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Who Will Love My Children Several moments in the film make me cry everytime.
The Railway Children When Bobbie (Jenny Agutter) sees her father step off the train at the end and gasps "Daddy, my Daddy!"
God that Jenny Agutter scene gets me every single time!!!
Another film that has me booing is an old one called Griffin And Phoenix, but not a lot of people seem to remember it. Peter Falk was in it and I think they did a re-,make recently.
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Old 13-02-2011, 09:25
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Dumbo
Bambi
Rocky II
E.T.
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Old 13-02-2011, 09:26
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Marley and Me. Only film that makes me bawl like an absolute baby!
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Old 13-02-2011, 09:27
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The film "Tim"
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Old 13-02-2011, 09:36
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...also Goodbye Mr Chips (Original Robert Donat version) and
ET.

There's a bit in one of 'The Fly' films where a pet dog has been deformed and it can just about drag itself around to feed. The first time I saw it I just dissolved into real sobs. My wife wondered what was wrong with me.
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Old 13-02-2011, 11:12
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I'm a hard one to crack, but 'The Elephant Man' made me fill up!!
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Old 13-02-2011, 11:28
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Who Will Love My Children Several moments in the film make me cry everytime.
The Railway Children When Bobbie (Jenny Agutter) sees her father step off the train at the end and gasps "Daddy, my Daddy!"

Every time, without fail
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Old 13-02-2011, 12:11
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Hi Everyone,

Tonight, I decided to invite my friend round and cheer her up because she is a bit down with it being valentines and her being single.

Anyway, I bought the munchies and she got to choose the films, she chose Marley and Me and Hachi.

I don't normally get too teary at films but both of these films had me bawling like a baby, and so I thought I would see what films make other people cry.
Oh my god, you're trying to cheer up and you get not one, but TWO films about...

Spoiler


...the poor girl.

I very rarely get weepy at films but the Time Traveller's Wife had me in floods. Not the slushy romantic bits, but the bit with Eric Bana meeting his daughter, it hit a nerve and destroyed me for the night.
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Old 13-02-2011, 12:33
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Watched Shaun Of The Dead last night and hubby and I were crying with laughter..... Fab film
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Old 13-02-2011, 19:06
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Pan's Labyrinth
it makes me everytime
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Old 13-02-2011, 19:12
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All dogs go to heaven had me in bits!

Film wise, Life is beautiful
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Old 13-02-2011, 19:41
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I don't dry at films, but the ending of The Color Purple really gets to me...

Imitation of Life is quite sad too
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Old 13-02-2011, 19:47
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Marley & Me
Harry Potter 5 - Harry sees Sirius die
Harry Potter 7 - Dobby! I was sobbing the moment the knife went through the air man.
TOY STORY 3! I've never cried so much at a film. Actually caused sobbing for about an hour?
Love Actually,
History Boys,
Atonement- the beach scene with "Dear Lord and Father of Mankind" being sung by the soldiers
My sister's keeper
Dear John,
Dumbo,
The Holiday,
Schindler's List (of course)
...it would be quicker to list films I don't cry at. Any film when I'm in the right (/wrong?) mood can have me in floods.
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Old 13-02-2011, 19:51
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Marley and Me. Only film that makes me bawl like an absolute baby!
Me too, iv not brought myself to watch it again. Its amazing cos i never cry.
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Old 13-02-2011, 19:52
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Fox and the Hound lol. Toy Story 3 bought a tear to my eye as well, when Andy decided to give up all his toys
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Old 13-02-2011, 20:05
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A selection of mine are

Marley & Me
White Fang
Eight Below
Beaches
E.T.
The Color Purple
The Green Mile
Terms of Endearment
Steel Magnolias (Sally Field is brilliant in this)
Fried Green Tomatoes
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Old 13-02-2011, 20:28
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Hi Everyone,

Tonight, I decided to invite my friend round and cheer her up because she is a bit down with it being valentines and her being single.

Anyway, I bought the munchies and she got to choose the films, she chose Marley and Me and Hachi.

I don't normally get too teary at films but both of these films had me bawling like a baby, and so I thought I would see what films make other people cry.
I totally agree with you on Marley and Me that made me cry like a baby from about half way through ,also another dog film Turner and Hooch had the same effect .
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Old 13-02-2011, 20:30
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Ending {last 5 Mins}....Tears of the Sun....gets me every time....

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Old 13-02-2011, 20:33
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I've watched Hachi three times now and cried every time.

Finding Neverland always sets me off as well, particularly the last 10-15 minutes.
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Old 13-02-2011, 21:11
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Is there something wrong with me ?
I don't purposely watch a film KNOWING it will make me cry !
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Old 13-02-2011, 21:13
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...also Goodbye Mr Chips (Original Robert Donat version) and
ET.

There's a bit in one of 'The Fly' films where a pet dog has been deformed and it can just about drag itself around to feed. The first time I saw it I just dissolved into real sobs. My wife wondered what was wrong with me.

Me too !
It was The Fly II, by the way !
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