What films make you cry?

messedup89messedup89 Experienced MentorPosts: 1,281Registered
So what do you cry at? The ones you dont mind admitting, and the ones your slightly embarrassed about.......

For me its:
Gladiator
Armageddon
Schindlers List
Backdraft
The Green Mile
Titanic
Artificial Intelligence
Homeward Bound
All dogs go to heaven

Embarssing ones:
Star Wars episode 3
The Magic Roundabout!
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  • taskeytaskey Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 1,800Registered
    crash
    the champ

    both make me cry everytime
  • blobbyhblobbyh Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 2,415Registered
    'Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind' might have made me have a slight itch in the corner of my eye but I'm far too tough to admit to bawling at movies...!
  • CJCCJC Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 1,657Registered
    Casablanca
    Mary Poppins

    And many other probably... some of us are tough enough to be able to admit to our sensitive side.
  • jiltjilt Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 2,903Registered
    Breakfast at Tiffanys
  • blobbyhblobbyh Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 2,415Registered
    I cried at the end of 'Matrix Revolutions' for having wasted a tenner and three hours of my life on such a piece of garbage.
  • CJCCJC Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 1,657Registered
    Yeah, there are a quite few films that have made me cry in despair at their sheer awfulness,
  • A-VicA-Vic Expertise Guaranteed Posts: 6,970Registered
    Band of Brothers and Forrest Gump
  • RinskeRinske Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 2,453Registered
    I honestly can't say a movie made me cry so far, yet books on the other hand...

    Try reading the books of Kluun, every time I read the first novel, it makes me cry. Same with some of the books from Lulu Wang. I can recommend them to anyone, if you can find the English versions.
  • A-VicA-Vic Expertise Guaranteed Posts: 6,970Registered
    Am more of an anne rule reader but will keep my eyes out for them
  • crispycrispy Trusted Regular SouthamptonPosts: 454Registered
    Watership Down - saw it first when I was very young.

    Neverending Story - Not so much the film, but the song that was played at a young relative of mine's funeral and brings back memories.
  • mark130273mark130273 Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 4,234Registered
    none......me cry are you having a laugh !!!
  • jewels.pjewels.p Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 1,774Registered
    Mines is Watership Down and E.T
  • mark130273mark130273 Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 4,234Registered
    ok i have but no telling you on which films !!!
  • MargaMarga Experienced Mentor Posts: 981Registered
    Pan's Labyrinth very cruel movie...i cried because it is so real :(

    others...cant remember now!
  • jewels.pjewels.p Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 1,774Registered
    I forgot to say Goodbye Mr Chips
  • messedup89messedup89 Experienced Mentor Posts: 1,281Registered
    I forgot about watership down. Thats so sad.

    Bright eyes, burning like fire. Bright eyes. How do they close and fade. How can a light the burns so brightly, suddenly burn so pale, bright eyes..........

    something like that *sniff*
  • steveJsteveJ Experienced Mentor Posts: 694Registered
    Yep, same here. No films as yet, but one book give me that slight,trembling, eye-watering feeling...

    "A child called it" - by Dave Pelzer

    His mum was one sick woman !!!!!
  • A-VicA-Vic Expertise Guaranteed Posts: 6,970Registered
    steveJ wrote: »
    Yep, same here. No films as yet, but one book give me that slight,trembling, eye-watering feeling...

    "A child called it" - by Dave Pelzer

    His mum was one sick woman !!!!!

    OMG that is an amazing book read it twice
  • crispycrispy Trusted Regular SouthamptonPosts: 454Registered
    Bright Eyes was a beautiful song but like the Neverending story song it brings out emotions.

    The Snowman film also has an effect on me, it reminds me of when I was about 10 and was really excited about Christmas. I remember taping it on my old VHS Player.
  • mark130273mark130273 Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 4,234Registered
    wish i watched more films....never get chance too !
  • jewels.pjewels.p Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 1,774Registered
    messedup89 wrote: »
    I forgot about watership down. Thats so sad.

    Bright eyes, burning like fire. Bright eyes. How do they close and fade. How can a light the burns so brightly, suddenly burn so pale, bright eyes..........

    something like that *sniff*

    LMAO........................ I am welling up now I am singing it in my head!
  • mark130273mark130273 Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 4,234Registered
    oh please dont start weeping ...you will have us all going then !!!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MODq81_cDKI
  • RinskeRinske Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 2,453Registered
    steveJ wrote: »
    Yep, same here. No films as yet, but one book give me that slight,trembling, eye-watering feeling...

    "A child called it" - by Dave Pelzer

    His mum was one sick woman !!!!!
    I got the trilogy, it's one sick mother indeed. Glad the other two are a bit happier!
  • Bookworm55Bookworm55 Trusted Regular Posts: 479Registered
    Marga wrote: »
    Pan's Labyrinth very cruel movie...i cried because it is so real :(

    others...cant remember now!

    I got called "heartless" for not crying at the end of that movie. And "dead inside" for not crying at "ps I Love You". I just don't cry at sad films. Yes, you can take that as a challenge.
  • jorja1986jorja1986 Well-Known Posts: 210Registered
    Pans labyrinth - even my old man did & he is not one to show emotion

    W.A.L.L.E - when you thinks he's died and the white robot is upset and she's crying his name(its sappy & soft but makes you want someone to do that for you)
  • steveJsteveJ Experienced Mentor Posts: 694Registered
    Rinske wrote: »
    I got the trilogy, it's one sick mother indeed. Glad the other two are a bit happier!

    Yeah I bought the book that had all 3 of them in... The last 2 still have there bad bits, but its quite uplifting as he grows up and gets through it.

    HIGHLY RECOMMENDED Read !
  • steveJsteveJ Experienced Mentor Posts: 694Registered
    crispy wrote: »

    The Snowman film also has an effect on me, it reminds me of when I was about 10 and was really excited about Christmas. I remember taping it on my old VHS Player.

    This is a classic. Haven't seen it for a few years, but ya right, it definately has a kind of nostalgia feeling for me aswell. I have actually seen it out on dvd !
  • A-VicA-Vic Expertise Guaranteed Posts: 6,970Registered
    Rinske wrote: »
    I got the trilogy, it's one sick mother indeed. Glad the other two are a bit happier!

    Ive only ever read the child called it will have to read the rest
  • RinskeRinske Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 2,453Registered
    A-Vic wrote: »
    Ive only ever read the child called it will have to read the rest
    I agree with SteveJ. Highly recommended :)
  • JayneHoganJayneHogan Experienced Mentor Posts: 697Registered
    Harry Brown - the bit where Harry's daughter dies and he bursts into tears of grief.
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