Has any movie made you cry What was it and why did it make you cry

Has any movie made you cry? What was it, and why did it make you cry?


Oh yes.
For me movies have always been about the story, and I’ve very strong emotional connections with many films that tap into my own life experiences and grief.
I’m a guy but I couldn’t help but cry (discreetly) when I saw these in the theaters….
.

The Accidental Tourist/ esp.
the scene where Macon cries on his girlfriend’s shoulder.

Fried Green Tomatoes/ the scenes where Idgie’s brother is killed by the train, and, of course, when Ruth dies.
And the part where Evelyn comes to the nursing home expecting to see Ninny, the room is empty and she assumes she’s passed.

Gladiator/ the ending just kills me.
All the man wanted was to go home, instead he ends up dead.
The incredible music and the way he’s honored in the Colosseum as they carry his body away….
.

Inside Out/ the scene where the girl cries….
she’s carrying very deep sadness.

Les amities particulieres/ French, 1964.
A film about love, and love lost.
The scene near the end on the train….
.

Oliver Twist/ 2005, directed by Roman Polanski.
The first realistic, gritty and dark interpretation of the story.
The scene near the end when Oliver visits Fagin in prison made me weep.

Forrest Gump/ for me it was the scene where Jenny climbs onto a balcony railing, about to kill herself.
Her grief and desperation….
I know exactly how she felt.
Also the scene where she throws rocks at her father’s house.
Her grief at having been abused by a man she loved.
There were so many things in this movie that were universally understood, it’s no wonder it became such a hit.
The depiction of Forrest and Bubba as, very simply, best friends who cared only about each other’s well-being was very moving.

Ghost/ I saw this with my future wife.
I thought it was just a date movie.
My God! It was about love and loss.
I can testify; at the ending, when the ghost Sam moves toward the light, and says “It’s amazing, Molly! The love inside—you take it with you!” Every single woman in that theater, including my date, were crying their eyes out.
Such a raw emotional experience! I was choked up too but boys don’t cry (yeah, right).
I hardly knew my girl then and seeing this picture together actually brought us closer.
She wept like a child next to me.

Toy Story 3/ Saw this with my son, who was at an age when he too was beginning to pack away his beloved toys, getting too old for them.
It hit us both like a punch to the stomach and we both cried.
I think every human being, deep inside, grieves for the loss of their childhood.
This film really hits that nerve.
Why do we have to grow up?
There were others, I know.
Maybe I’ll add them later….
.
some movies are good for the soul, despite the tears.


First of all, I’m a guy, 60 years old.
So I don’t cry.

But sometimes, water runs out of my eyes down my cheeks.
I don’t know why.

I can remember this happening twice at a movie.
The first time it was in about 1982 when Spock died in the film “The Wrath of Khan”.
Spock was my favorite character in the Star Trek series, and his sacrifice was really moving.
And the relationship between Spock and Kirk was confirmed in that moment.
They were friends.

The next time was in 1990, at the movie “Dances with Wolves”.
Near the end, a character named “Wind in His Hair” sits on his horse on a ridge and shouts for all to hear, “Dances with Wolves, do you know that I will always be your friend?”
So both of these scenes show the tremendous power of friendship, between very different peoples and cultures.
And the reluctance sometimes of men to let that friendship be seen, or known.


Final fantasy the spirits within.
The first final fantasy i saw where the heroes didnt live to see the new world they created and saved.
That broke my heart.
The animators or director did them dirty!
Titanic.
I still cry to that movie.
I love watching the relationship and character development between rose and jack.
But what still kills me is not when rose lets jack go when he died in the ocean… But when she was done tell her story and you see she went and did all the things jack told her they would do together once they came to america.
*im crying right now* james carmons a bitch for this, he had no business putting that in the end of the movie.
What he did at the end of the movie was beautiful in my eyes.
The overcasting and one last look at all the characters who died… coming back to the last place you saw your loved one… Then dying there to be with them….
Thats what true love looks like, one that doesnt die even after your loved one dies.
Not only did she return the drama that started it all; she was there to die to be with the person she loved years later.
Almost like she waited for that moment.
A masterpiece.

Doggiepoo.
A korean movie that i thought i would get laughs at because it was literally about a doggie poo.
LIKE LITERALLY! IM SUPER CEREAL! (Serious, if you dont understand the joke) anyway, that was a sad movie too because it was about a piece of dog poo that was being taught the cycle of life and how somethings need each other to live and die.
Well the little poo was scared to die and not have his life have meaning before dying… well i cried when he finally found his meaning in life.
That movie inspired me when i was a little kid.
With me saying “if a little piece of doggie poo can find his purpose in life, so can i!” Haha


If a movie is well made then they certainly know how to pull at your heartstrings.
It could be because of the depth of a scene, actors portrayals, or even the musical arrangement.
Every genre has a special way of attacking us audience members into crying our eyes off, especially if you are more on the emotional scale than others.
With that said, here is my list of movies that made my mascara run like Niagra Falls:
Lion King
Up
Call Me By Your Name
Schindlers List
Marley and Me
Grave of the Fireflies
Good Will Hunting
Me Before You
Old Yeller
Love Story
Cinema Paradiso
The Color Purple
The Green Mile
A Walk to Remember
The Notebook
The Boy in the Striped Pajamas
Hachi: A Dog’s Tale
Toy Story 3 (That's right, fight me)
Steel Magnolias
My Sister’s Keeper
Charlie St.
Cloud
P.
S I Love You
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Forrest Gump
Terms of Endearment
The Time Travelers’ Wife
Bambi
The Fox and the Hound (Disney gets to you man, don’t fight it – embrace it)
Ghost
It’s a Wonderful Life
Feel free to add to the list!


I must say the amount of exposure these answers are getting is quite depressing.
We should celebrate when movies move us to tears, that’s a sign of great writing!
Now, I don’t consider myself a crier.
But movies… yeah, they can make me expunge salty fluid from my eyes in a show of emotion.

Movies like…
It’s a Wonderful Life, perfect Christmas movie, amiright?
It’s basically a Christmas Carol, but a lot more personal.
Jimmy Stewart kills it.
He stabs it, and twists the knife, and kills it.
Watch it if you’re looking for Christmas cheer, mixed with an existential crisis.

How bout the Lord of the Rings trilogy? Basically every film has at least 1 tearjerker moment, and not just because somethings are plain sad, but because they can also be so dang heartwarming!
Frodo and Sam are the bestest friends in Cinema….

And, of course… The Iron Giant.

This is no kids movie.

One word:… I wont even say it, you know what it is.

After these 3, there are the obvious ones, like Schindlers List, The Sixth Sense, Toy Story 3… Yeah, that may be it :)


I adopted a little boy who was abandoned as an infant.
he had a bilateral cleft lip and palet and I was a single older guy in my early 50’s.
no father and a mother who was a heroine addict.
the medical condition had gone untreated and he slept in a card board box on the floor like a puppy.
he evoked tremendous and deep emotions in me.
I was a single guy.

I saw “cider house rules” and some of the scenes in that movie, showing those orphans brought tears to my eyes.
the one scene where all the kids got cleaned and dressed up with the prospect of being adopted by a couple coming to “view” the residents and choose the lucky child who they would take out of that orphanage to a loving home.

unfortunately, only one would be blessed and the remainder could only watch the car drive away with their hopes and dreams.
that scene killed me.


As far as I remember, no movie has ever made my cry- I have, though, been given an intense bout of the feels by a few movies.

In no particular order:
The movie that really springs to mind is The Lion King when Simba had to watch Mufasa, his father, die.

The Last Jedi- after Luke Skywalker makes his noble sacrifice and goes out to a binary sunset.

A Goofy Movie- when Goofy and his son (Max) unwittingly crash the concert of Max’s favourite musician.
It turned out that Goofy had some moves after all and was the hit of the concert.

Treasure Planet- when John Silver (the antagonist… it’s complicated) expresses how proud he is of the protagonist (Jim Hawkins) and the young man he’s become.

Lilo & Stitch- “Ohana means family.

There are probably more, but I forget.


Transformers: The Last Knight.
I lost 2 hours and 28 minutes watching an immature film with great actors given characters that were flushed out on a single cocktail napkin.

I can see it now: badass loner hero who goes against society to do what is right, hot chick that looks like Megan Fox but not Megan Fox who wears tight and low-cut clothing, Old English Guy who is actually cool, Cool Special Forces Guy who finally gets it and helps, Standard Clueless Government Guy who doesn’t get working with the bad guys is bad, and Autobots who appropriate various offensive cultural stereotypes (Samurai, ghetto, gangster, etc.
).

A nap would have been a better use of my time.

It was juvenile at best, with the action plots being thought up by a few twelve-year-olds and the relationship dialog by some randy sixteen-year-old boys who have never dated.

The 3D animations were spectacular; at $216 million, they should be.


Hey, Paul,
Many movies have made me cry.
Just last night, my son-in-law and I saw Green Book.
We both cried more than once during the movie (neither of us knew the other was tearing up at the time, but we found out afterwards when talking about the movie).
My reasons for crying are joy, love, sadness – generally, a moving scene.

I just Googled it, and one research found that 92% of people have cried during at least one movie in their lives.

I think in my older age (75), I have become much more of a world citizen than simply a patriot of my own country.
So, my feelings of love for my fellow humans are much more so because of their humanity than because of their being fellow countrymen.
So, when I see something improving the lot of humanity, it can bring me to tears.
Seeing healing on the screen or in a true story moves me to tears.
Poignant is another word that seems to describe what can move one – me – to tears.


Probably what brings me to tears are gallantry, sacrifice, suffering and real love that can’t be.

I know Goose dies in ‘Top Gun’, but I about lose it when they are pulling him out of the water.

When they find E.
T.
laying in the ditch I about lose.
Even though weknow it’s a made up character it seems real enough to be anybody or anything that is important to you.

“Love Story” seems dated and silly now, but at the end when he finishes his story and starts walking off through the snow and that music starts…….

Star Trek, Spock dies sacrificing himself to save everyone else.

In ‘The Princess Bride’, when Inigo Montoya talks about his father, especially when he asks for help almost like a prayer.
The Spanish ‘bullfight’ trumpet playing in the background is the kicker.


I have cried at many, many movies.
When I was a child, I cried so much at Lassie movies, Old Yeller, Black Beauty, etc.
, that my mother would threaten to never let me watch another movie.
Any movie where an animal dies or is threatened will start the water works.
I remember crying so hard after the South African movie, A World Apart, that my sister swore to never go to a movie with me again.
The injustice in that one set me off.
I still cry, but generally it is a few subtle tears that can be silently wiped away.
Generally, I would say that whenever what is portrayed on the screen is something that has either made me cry or made me repress my tears in real life, I will cry when the movie event calls up that same sorrowful emotion in me.


Oh there’s so many!
The Family Stone – When they find out that their Mum has cancer.

Lord of the Rings The Fwllowship of the Ring – When Gandalf dies (or so I thought)
Lord of the Rings The Return of the King – When Frodo destroys the ring and he & Sam are just clinging onto that rock.
Also at the end when Frodo & Bilbo go away with the Elves.

Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince – When Dumbledor dies.

The Perks of Being a Wallflower – When you realise Charlie’s auntie was abusing him.
There’s also many other parts of the film that make me cry.

There’s so many more films that have made me cry, but I’ll leave it there.


I have cried a lot over the film Hachiko; the one performed by Richard Gere ; He was a universitary Professor and his devoted dog followed him every morning to the station and waited for his return every afternoon when he was back, and when the Professor died of an heart attack ,
so that he did not came back home anymore,the dog kept on going to the station to wait his return and did not move from there hoping to see his friend back,the dog waited there for ten years till he died too.

It has been really touching to see an animal being so devoted loyal good,it is a great lesson to keep in mind for us all,animals seem to be better than some persons.


A Very Long Engagement (French language).
The ending when the lovers are reunited.


There are many movies that have made me cry; two are Forrest Gump, when I cried at the death of Jenny, and Avengers: Infinity War, when I cried at the betrayal of Gamora by Thanos.

When I am emotionally invested in a movie (or book) I feel sad and often cry at any sense of loss, whether it be by death, distance, loss of innocence, betrayal, the character maturing emotionally, etc.
I feel those losses as though they are almost my own.


I cry very easily so most any tearjerker is bound to make me cry.
I’m not embarrassed so there’s that too.
I was grieving the passing of my younger sister and bawled during a trailer for a cheesy Zac Enron movie, i forget the title


Yes, a few movies made me cry.

Disney's The Fox and the Hound – when the lady had to leave Todd the fox back in the wild into the forest and Todd had no idea what he did wrong.
  I felt so sad for Todd, and the lady didn't want to leave the fox but she had to – such a sad parting.

Disney's Coco – when Coco remembered her father Hector as Miguel sang the lullaby version of “Remember Me” – such a touching moment.

I'm sure there are more, but I can't think of the rest right now


Do music videos count: Johnny Cash’s Hurt.


All the time.
.
.
movies often move me to tears.
They touch me.

When young William Wallace, in Braveheart, sees his father dead for the first time.
I relived my father's death when I was age 13.

The Crow, when the young lovers are reunited at the end.

Empire of the Sun, when Jamie is found by his parents.

Robin and Marian, at the end when they are dying of poison.

Even in Mama Mia, Here We Go Again, during the christening scene.
I teared up.

Onion Field, the funeral scene.
I was a brand new LAPD cop when this came out.


Has any movie made you cry? What was it, and why did it make you cry?


Oh yes.
For me movies have always been about the story, and I’ve very strong emotional connections with many films that tap into my own life experiences and grief.
I’m a guy but I couldn’t help but cry (discreetly) when I saw these in the theaters….
.

The Accidental Tourist/ esp.
the scene where Macon cries on his girlfriend’s shoulder.

Fried Green Tomatoes/ the scenes where Idgie’s brother is killed by the train, and, of course, when Ruth dies.
And the part where Evelyn comes to the nursing home expecting to see Ninny, the room is empty and she assumes she’s passed.

Gladiator/ the ending just kills me.
All the man wanted was to go home, instead he ends up dead.
The incredible music and the way he’s honored in the Colosseum as they carry his body away….
.

Inside Out/ the scene where the girl cries….
she’s carrying very deep sadness.

Les amities particulieres/ French, 1964.
A film about love, and love lost.
The scene near the end on the train….
.

Oliver Twist/ 2005, directed by Roman Polanski.
The first realistic, gritty and dark interpretation of the story.
The scene near the end when Oliver visits Fagin in prison made me weep.

Forrest Gump/ for me it was the scene where Jenny climbs onto a balcony railing, about to kill herself.
Her grief and desperation….
I know exactly how she felt.
Also the scene where she throws rocks at her father’s house.
Her grief at having been abused by a man she loved.
There were so many things in this movie that were universally understood, it’s no wonder it became such a hit.
The depiction of Forrest and Bubba as, very simply, best friends who cared only about each other’s well-being was very moving.

Ghost/ I saw this with my future wife.
I thought it was just a date movie.
My God! It was about love and loss.
I can testify; at the ending, when the ghost Sam moves toward the light, and says “It’s amazing, Molly! The love inside—you take it with you!” Every single woman in that theater, including my date, were crying their eyes out.
Such a raw emotional experience! I was choked up too but boys don’t cry (yeah, right).
I hardly knew my girl then and seeing this picture together actually brought us closer.
She wept like a child next to me.

Toy Story 3/ Saw this with my son, who was at an age when he too was beginning to pack away his beloved toys, getting too old for them.
It hit us both like a punch to the stomach and we both cried.
I think every human being, deep inside, grieves for the loss of their childhood.
This film really hits that nerve.
Why do we have to grow up?
There were others, I know.
Maybe I’ll add them later….
.
some movies are good for the soul, despite the tears.


First of all, I’m a guy, 60 years old.
So I don’t cry.

But sometimes, water runs out of my eyes down my cheeks.
I don’t know why.

I can remember this happening twice at a movie.
The first time it was in about 1982 when Spock died in the film “The Wrath of Khan”.
Spock was my favorite character in the Star Trek series, and his sacrifice was really moving.
And the relationship between Spock and Kirk was confirmed in that moment.
They were friends.

The next time was in 1990, at the movie “Dances with Wolves”.
Near the end, a character named “Wind in His Hair” sits on his horse on a ridge and shouts for all to hear, “Dances with Wolves, do you know that I will always be your friend?”
So both of these scenes show the tremendous power of friendship, between very different peoples and cultures.
And the reluctance sometimes of men to let that friendship be seen, or known.


Final fantasy the spirits within.
The first final fantasy i saw where the heroes didnt live to see the new world they created and saved.
That broke my heart.
The animators or director did them dirty!
Titanic.
I still cry to that movie.
I love watching the relationship and character development between rose and jack.
But what still kills me is not when rose lets jack go when he died in the ocean… But when she was done tell her story and you see she went and did all the things jack told her they would do together once they came to america.
*im crying right now* james carmons a bitch for this, he had no business putting that in the end of the movie.
What he did at the end of the movie was beautiful in my eyes.
The overcasting and one last look at all the characters who died… coming back to the last place you saw your loved one… Then dying there to be with them….
Thats what true love looks like, one that doesnt die even after your loved one dies.
Not only did she return the drama that started it all; she was there to die to be with the person she loved years later.
Almost like she waited for that moment.
A masterpiece.

Doggiepoo.
A korean movie that i thought i would get laughs at because it was literally about a doggie poo.
LIKE LITERALLY! IM SUPER CEREAL! (Serious, if you dont understand the joke) anyway, that was a sad movie too because it was about a piece of dog poo that was being taught the cycle of life and how somethings need each other to live and die.
Well the little poo was scared to die and not have his life have meaning before dying… well i cried when he finally found his meaning in life.
That movie inspired me when i was a little kid.
With me saying “if a little piece of doggie poo can find his purpose in life, so can i!” Haha


If a movie is well made then they certainly know how to pull at your heartstrings.
It could be because of the depth of a scene, actors portrayals, or even the musical arrangement.
Every genre has a special way of attacking us audience members into crying our eyes off, especially if you are more on the emotional scale than others.
With that said, here is my list of movies that made my mascara run like Niagra Falls:
Lion King
Up
Call Me By Your Name
Schindlers List
Marley and Me
Grave of the Fireflies
Good Will Hunting
Me Before You
Old Yeller
Love Story
Cinema Paradiso
The Color Purple
The Green Mile
A Walk to Remember
The Notebook
The Boy in the Striped Pajamas
Hachi: A Dog’s Tale
Toy Story 3 (That's right, fight me)
Steel Magnolias
My Sister’s Keeper
Charlie St.
Cloud
P.
S I Love You
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Forrest Gump
Terms of Endearment
The Time Travelers’ Wife
Bambi
The Fox and the Hound (Disney gets to you man, don’t fight it – embrace it)
Ghost
It’s a Wonderful Life
Feel free to add to the list!


I must say the amount of exposure these answers are getting is quite depressing.
We should celebrate when movies move us to tears, that’s a sign of great writing!
Now, I don’t consider myself a crier.
But movies… yeah, they can make me expunge salty fluid from my eyes in a show of emotion.

Movies like…
It’s a Wonderful Life, perfect Christmas movie, amiright?
It’s basically a Christmas Carol, but a lot more personal.
Jimmy Stewart kills it.
He stabs it, and twists the knife, and kills it.
Watch it if you’re looking for Christmas cheer, mixed with an existential crisis.

How bout the Lord of the Rings trilogy? Basically every film has at least 1 tearjerker moment, and not just because somethings are plain sad, but because they can also be so dang heartwarming!
Frodo and Sam are the bestest friends in Cinema….

And, of course… The Iron Giant.

This is no kids movie.

One word:… I wont even say it, you know what it is.

After these 3, there are the obvious ones, like Schindlers List, The Sixth Sense, Toy Story 3… Yeah, that may be it :)


I adopted a little boy who was abandoned as an infant.
he had a bilateral cleft lip and palet and I was a single older guy in my early 50’s.
no father and a mother who was a heroine addict.
the medical condition had gone untreated and he slept in a card board box on the floor like a puppy.
he evoked tremendous and deep emotions in me.
I was a single guy.

I saw “cider house rules” and some of the scenes in that movie, showing those orphans brought tears to my eyes.
the one scene where all the kids got cleaned and dressed up with the prospect of being adopted by a couple coming to “view” the residents and choose the lucky child who they would take out of that orphanage to a loving home.

unfortunately, only one would be blessed and the remainder could only watch the car drive away with their hopes and dreams.
that scene killed me.


As far as I remember, no movie has ever made my cry- I have, though, been given an intense bout of the feels by a few movies.

In no particular order:
The movie that really springs to mind is The Lion King when Simba had to watch Mufasa, his father, die.

The Last Jedi- after Luke Skywalker makes his noble sacrifice and goes out to a binary sunset.

A Goofy Movie- when Goofy and his son (Max) unwittingly crash the concert of Max’s favourite musician.
It turned out that Goofy had some moves after all and was the hit of the concert.

Treasure Planet- when John Silver (the antagonist… it’s complicated) expresses how proud he is of the protagonist (Jim Hawkins) and the young man he’s become.

Lilo & Stitch- “Ohana means family.

There are probably more, but I forget.


Transformers: The Last Knight.
I lost 2 hours and 28 minutes watching an immature film with great actors given characters that were flushed out on a single cocktail napkin.

I can see it now: badass loner hero who goes against society to do what is right, hot chick that looks like Megan Fox but not Megan Fox who wears tight and low-cut clothing, Old English Guy who is actually cool, Cool Special Forces Guy who finally gets it and helps, Standard Clueless Government Guy who doesn’t get working with the bad guys is bad, and Autobots who appropriate various offensive cultural stereotypes (Samurai, ghetto, gangster, etc.
).

A nap would have been a better use of my time.

It was juvenile at best, with the action plots being thought up by a few twelve-year-olds and the relationship dialog by some randy sixteen-year-old boys who have never dated.

The 3D animations were spectacular; at $216 million, they should be.


Hey, Paul,
Many movies have made me cry.
Just last night, my son-in-law and I saw Green Book.
We both cried more than once during the movie (neither of us knew the other was tearing up at the time, but we found out afterwards when talking about the movie).
My reasons for crying are joy, love, sadness – generally, a moving scene.

I just Googled it, and one research found that 92% of people have cried during at least one movie in their lives.

I think in my older age (75), I have become much more of a world citizen than simply a patriot of my own country.
So, my feelings of love for my fellow humans are much more so because of their humanity than because of their being fellow countrymen.
So, when I see something improving the lot of humanity, it can bring me to tears.
Seeing healing on the screen or in a true story moves me to tears.
Poignant is another word that seems to describe what can move one – me – to tears.


Probably what brings me to tears are gallantry, sacrifice, suffering and real love that can’t be.

I know Goose dies in ‘Top Gun’, but I about lose it when they are pulling him out of the water.

When they find E.
T.
laying in the ditch I about lose.
Even though weknow it’s a made up character it seems real enough to be anybody or anything that is important to you.

“Love Story” seems dated and silly now, but at the end when he finishes his story and starts walking off through the snow and that music starts…….

Star Trek, Spock dies sacrificing himself to save everyone else.

In ‘The Princess Bride’, when Inigo Montoya talks about his father, especially when he asks for help almost like a prayer.
The Spanish ‘bullfight’ trumpet playing in the background is the kicker.


I have cried at many, many movies.
When I was a child, I cried so much at Lassie movies, Old Yeller, Black Beauty, etc.
, that my mother would threaten to never let me watch another movie.
Any movie where an animal dies or is threatened will start the water works.
I remember crying so hard after the South African movie, A World Apart, that my sister swore to never go to a movie with me again.
The injustice in that one set me off.
I still cry, but generally it is a few subtle tears that can be silently wiped away.
Generally, I would say that whenever what is portrayed on the screen is something that has either made me cry or made me repress my tears in real life, I will cry when the movie event calls up that same sorrowful emotion in me.


Oh there’s so many!
The Family Stone – When they find out that their Mum has cancer.

Lord of the Rings The Fwllowship of the Ring – When Gandalf dies (or so I thought)
Lord of the Rings The Return of the King – When Frodo destroys the ring and he & Sam are just clinging onto that rock.
Also at the end when Frodo & Bilbo go away with the Elves.

Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince – When Dumbledor dies.

The Perks of Being a Wallflower – When you realise Charlie’s auntie was abusing him.
There’s also many other parts of the film that make me cry.

There’s so many more films that have made me cry, but I’ll leave it there.


I have cried a lot over the film Hachiko; the one performed by Richard Gere ; He was a universitary Professor and his devoted dog followed him every morning to the station and waited for his return every afternoon when he was back, and when the Professor died of an heart attack ,
so that he did not came back home anymore,the dog kept on going to the station to wait his return and did not move from there hoping to see his friend back,the dog waited there for ten years till he died too.

It has been really touching to see an animal being so devoted loyal good,it is a great lesson to keep in mind for us all,animals seem to be better than some persons.


A Very Long Engagement (French language).
The ending when the lovers are reunited.


There are many movies that have made me cry; two are Forrest Gump, when I cried at the death of Jenny, and Avengers: Infinity War, when I cried at the betrayal of Gamora by Thanos.

When I am emotionally invested in a movie (or book) I feel sad and often cry at any sense of loss, whether it be by death, distance, loss of innocence, betrayal, the character maturing emotionally, etc.
I feel those losses as though they are almost my own.


I cry very easily so most any tearjerker is bound to make me cry.
I’m not embarrassed so there’s that too.
I was grieving the passing of my younger sister and bawled during a trailer for a cheesy Zac Enron movie, i forget the title


Yes, a few movies made me cry.

Disney's The Fox and the Hound – when the lady had to leave Todd the fox back in the wild into the forest and Todd had no idea what he did wrong.
  I felt so sad for Todd, and the lady didn't want to leave the fox but she had to – such a sad parting.

Disney's Coco – when Coco remembered her father Hector as Miguel sang the lullaby version of “Remember Me” – such a touching moment.

I'm sure there are more, but I can't think of the rest right now


Do music videos count: Johnny Cash’s Hurt.


All the time.
.
.
movies often move me to tears.
They touch me.

When young William Wallace, in Braveheart, sees his father dead for the first time.
I relived my father's death when I was age 13.

The Crow, when the young lovers are reunited at the end.

Empire of the Sun, when Jamie is found by his parents.

Robin and Marian, at the end when they are dying of poison.

Even in Mama Mia, Here We Go Again, during the christening scene.
I teared up.

Onion Field, the funeral scene.
I was a brand new LAPD cop when this came out.


The boy in the Striped pajamas.
Because among all racism and killing of the people.
The children didn't know anything because they were innocent and that speaks for itself.
Innocence knows nothing about hate.
Hate is taught.
And unfortunately that child dies with the other because hate blinds people in so many ways.
Its so sad.


"Me Before You!" Great movie.
It was the quirky cute girl taking on a job as in home are assistant to a rich family with quad.
son.
It made me cry because how sweet their relationship develops.
A lot of it was happy tears.
This movie is great if you want to impress the ladies on how your ok with them expressing their emotions.
The ladies need to have no eye make-up on or waterproof maybe ? Lol.


No.


Lots of movies have made me cry.
My “go to” though if you will is Grave of the Fireflies.
Without giving anything away, let’s just say it is an incredibly sad and touching movie about a boy and his younger sister who face adversity and even death together.
I have a younger sister who I love dearly and am very close to so I can relate to those two in the movie.


I don't know why, but I feel like I could cry by watching any Pixar movie.
When I saw Inside Out at the movie theatre, I cried the most because of the part where Bing Bong dies and when Riley comes back to her parents.
While watching The Good Dinosaur, I started tearing up because of the scene where Arlo and Spot wished each-other goodbye.
I would guess that the reason for this is that most Pixar movies have such unique plots and the animators of these movies put tons of emotion into the characters during a scene.


Rudy and if you have seen it then you know.
At least as a man you would understand.

Updated: 18.06.2019 — 7:51 pm

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