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BigDaddyLoco Scrapple Level: 130 Posts: 1786/5129 EXP: 25613502 For next: 117144 Since: 2.1.02 Since last post: 2 hours Last activity: 2 hours # 1 Posted on 10.3.06 2317.29 Reposted on: 10.3.13 2317.51 Million Dollar Baby made me cry like a bitch. Promote this thread!
Crimedog Boerewors Level: 42 Posts: 325/374 EXP: 499905 For next: 21461 Since: 28.3.02 From: Ohio Since last post: 2895 days Last activity: 2886 days # 2 Posted on 10.3.06 2347.05 Reposted on: 10.3.13 2349.12 Old Yeller. Any man that didn't cry during that movie is not a man.
spf Scrapple Level: 133 Posts: 3498/5408 EXP: 27731256 For next: 121484 Since: 2.1.02 From: The Las Vegas of Canada Since last post: 1 day Last activity: 1 day
AIM: # 3 Posted on 11.3.06 0042.34 Reposted on: 11.3.13 0044.00 "Brian's Song" Without a doubt. Though there were parts of "In America" that came damn close to it.
Nag Landjager Level: 61 Posts: 868/904 EXP: 1821228 For next: 55379 Since: 10.1.03 From: Enter your city here Since last post: 2363 days Last activity: 418 days
Y!: # 4 Posted on 11.3.06 0251.45 Reposted on: 11.3.13 0252.36 "My life" with Micheal Keaton.
samoflange Lap cheong Level: 81 Posts: 467/1786 EXP: 4822146 For next: 170724 Since: 22.2.04 From: Cambridge, MA Since last post: 557 days Last activity: 549 days # 5 Posted on 11.3.06 0513.32 Reposted on: 11.3.13 0513.42 I saw the Lion King when I was 10 and when Mufasa died I just about had to leave the theater. Luckily it was a Disney movie and the ending didn't disappoint us impressionable kids.
AWArulz Scrapple Level: 110 Posts: 1608/3468 EXP: 14203010 For next: 205922 Since: 28.1.02 From: Louisville, KY Since last post: 2 days Last activity: 2 hours
Y!: # 6 Posted on 11.3.06 0554.18 Reposted on: 11.3.13 0554.29 I cry like a girl at the end of Armageddon when Bruce Willis says goodbye to his daughter. Every time.
orangeman Salami Level: 33 Posts: 199/224 EXP: 209391 For next: 19791 Since: 21.8.04 From: ...that would be telling Since last post: 3233 days Last activity: 3179 days # 7 Posted on 11.3.06 0940.55 Reposted on: 11.3.13 0947.14 Midnight Cowboy
Lexus Bierwurst Level: 85 Posts: 780/1898 EXP: 5766121 For next: 132443 Since: 2.1.02 From: Stafford, VA Since last post: 12 days Last activity: 7 hours
AIM: # 8 Posted on 11.3.06 1214.28 Reposted on: 11.3.13 1214.44 I've cried during one and only one movie. The Little Toaster that Could by Don Bluth. I was a kid. Big Fish almost made me cry, but I was smiling when the tears welled up.
JayJayDean Scrapple Level: 126 Posts: 2558/4734 EXP: 22713212 For next: 370955 Since: 2.1.02 From: Seattle, WA Since last post: 27 days Last activity: 15 hours
Y!: # 9 Posted on 11.3.06 1220.52 Reposted on: 11.3.13 1221.23 I was a WRECK at the end of Braveheart, which is part of the reason I have no desire to see it again (in a good way). And this isn't "sad", per se, but whenever all the fish in "Finding Nemo" make it to the bottom and get out of the net my allergies always start acting up.
StaggerLee Scrapple Level: 143 Posts: 2936/6455 EXP: 35129476 For next: 702419 Since: 3.10.02 From: Right side of the tracks Since last post: 1 day Last activity: 1 day # 10 Posted on 11.3.06 1239.17 Reposted on: 11.3.13 1239.17 I teared up once during CRASH, when you think the daughter got shot. Brian's song as well.
DJ FrostyFreeze Knackwurst Level: 109 Posts: 2160/3418 EXP: 13934469 For next: 25221 Since: 2.1.02 From: Hawthorne, CA Since last post: 2 days Last activity: 2 hours # 11 Posted on 11.3.06 1310.20 Reposted on: 11.3.13 1310.45 "The 5 People You Meet in Heaven" (I have the book too), and at the end of "Antwone Fisher" when they introduce him to his family at the end.
richcon Linguica Level: 21 Posts: 33/76 EXP: 46200 For next: 3744 Since: 2.1.02 From: Victoria, BC, Canada Since last post: 2091 days Last activity: 1981 days # 12 Posted on 11.3.06 1634.19 Reposted on: 11.3.13 1634.21 The Shawshank Redemption always makes my eyes well up.
J. Kyle Boudin blanc Level: 94 Posts: 1544/2397 EXP: 8141080 For next: 215608 Since: 21.2.02 From: The Land of Aloha Since last post: 3 days Last activity: 11 hours
Y!: # 13 Posted on 11.3.06 1809.58 Reposted on: 11.3.13 1814.13 Grave of the Fireflies Reduces EVERYONE to shambles.
Brian P. Dermody Liverwurst Moderator Level: 69 Posts: 934/1205 EXP: 2837425 For next: 32333 Since: 20.9.02 From: New York, NY Since last post: 1123 days Last activity: 545 days
Y!: # 14 Posted on 11.3.06 1936.15 Reposted on: 11.3.13 1936.39 "My Dog Skip" and "The Iron Giant" (tie). The latter being the only good thing Vin Diesel will ever be in.
Kevintripod Boudin blanc Level: 92 Posts: 746/2349 EXP: 7525051 For next: 231916 Since: 11.5.03 From: Mount Pleasant, Pa. Since last post: 23 hours Last activity: 17 hours
AIM: # 15 Posted on 11.3.06 2013.49 Reposted on: 11.3.13 2016.05 "A.I." made me teary eyed. Also, not sure if you would consider it a movie, but there was a 9/11 documentary film on HBO that dealt with a father finially telling his son that his mother was dead and was never going to be coming back. When the scene came when he finially told the little boy, I was bawling like a baby.
ShotGunShep Frankfurter Level: 59 Posts: 796/836 EXP: 1612137 For next: 61001 Since: 20.2.03 Since last post: 2723 days Last activity: 2609 days # 16 Posted on 11.3.06 2014.25 Reposted on: 11.3.13 2016.25 Another vote for Braveheart, which is one of my favorite movies.
Tenken347 Banger Level: 95 Posts: 907/2564 EXP: 8652446 For next: 16192 Since: 27.2.03 From: Parts Unknown Since last post: 3 days Last activity: 6 hours # 17 Posted on 11.3.06 2039.48 Reposted on: 11.3.13 2039.57 I have only ever cried at one movie, and that is "Where the Red Fern Grows." Boy has two dogs that he loves more than anything in the world, and they die. Why would you even make a movie like that? And while I didn't cry at "Iron Giant," I saw the movie with a group of my friends, and they were absolutely bawling.
dwaters Lap cheong Level: 80 Posts: 507/1665 EXP: 4595549 For next: 187440 Since: 16.10.02 From: Connecticut Since last post: 1 day Last activity: 5 hours # 18 Posted on 11.3.06 2057.16 Reposted on: 11.3.13 2057.22 Another vote for "Old Yeller", even though I haven't seen it since a first grade school assembly. I remember very little from that far back, except how sad that was. Who's idea was it to show that to a bunch of elementary school kids? Someone mentioned "A.I." and I remember seeing that and how uncomfortable it was to watch as Haley Joel Osment was abandoned in the woods by his mom, even though I knew he was only a machine.
Nuclear Winter Boudin rouge Level: 48 Posts: 293/524 EXP: 776154 For next: 47394 Since: 9.11.03 From: Bedford, Michigan Since last post: 392 days Last activity: 5 days
AIM: # 19 Posted on 11.3.06 2245.31 Reposted on: 11.3.13 2245.36 Let's see... I wanted to cry at the end of Armageddon, but the first time I saw it was in my 9th grade science class, so I really couldn't. Same deal with the movie With Honors, but everyone I've talked to didn't even like the movie to begin with, so I might be alone there. A couple parts in Field of Dreams. The very end of Terminator 2. OH! And the documentary on the WrestleMania XX DVD about The Rock and Stone Cold. That got me, too (shut up).
DJ FrostyFreeze Knackwurst Level: 109 Posts: 2161/3418 EXP: 13934469 For next: 25221 Since: 2.1.02 From: Hawthorne, CA Since last post: 2 days Last activity: 2 hours # 20 Posted on 11.3.06 2250.56 Reposted on: 11.3.13 2251.20
I got your back. I didnt cry there, but it got me too. Matter of fact, I'm gonna watch it again right now. Originally posted by Nuclear Winter OH! And the documentary on the WrestleMania XX DVD about The Rock and Stone Cold. That got me, too (shut up).
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