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The W - One Question... - What movie makes you cry every time?
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Since: 12.1.02
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I've always fondly remembered The Fox and the Hound as a great, profoundly sad Disney movie. I cried the first time I saw it in theaters; I cried two years ago when last I saw it. Today I bought it on DVD, and even at the age of almost-25 and knowing it was coming, darn it, I cried again.

This happened for two different scenes: Right at the beginning when Tod's mother sets him down in a safe place and licks him a few times as if saying goodbye to him, and the farewell song with Widow Tweed dropping Tod off in the forest. The first scene had a couple tears coming down, the latter (just like every time before it) made me have tears streaming down my face. Hell, I heard the intro to the song and started sobbing.

Yeah, I'm a softy, is there something I can do for you?

I also cried during the latter stages of Click as Adam Sandler's life fast-forwarded more and more out of his control. (Especially when he learned that his father had died).

Anyway... I know The W is predominately male, but it's 2007 and so allegedly it's okay to admit these kinda things. So, what movie makes you cry every single time? And I don't mean "it made me cry the first time", I mean you put it in the DVD player knowing you're going to cry, brace yourself for the emotional impact and it still hits you like a ton of bricks.

(I'm not excluding women from this question either, don't get me wrong!)



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I pretty much stand by my comments in the "Saddest movie you ever saw" thread. http://the-w.com/thread.php/id=29127



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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.29
...Eeep. Missed that one. *blushes*




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Rocky still chokes me up a bit at the end.




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The Champ always jerks some tears.
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When Harry Baily says George is the richest man in town....just typing it makes me a little misty...I'm such a fruit
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Field of Dreams... wanna have a catch Dad? Never fails
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Either the first five minutes of Finding Nemo or the end, it never fails to get me.
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I get choked up at the end of Rocky and the end of Field of Dreams



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#10 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.29
    Originally posted by Alex
    Either the first five minutes of Finding Nemo or the end, it never fails to get me.


Oh, hell yeah. "It's okay, daddy's here, daddy's got you." Tears come to my eyes every time.



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Doesn't apply to the saddest movie thread, but watched Rudy again the other night with my kids.

Happiness tears are the best...





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The end of Big Fish caused the room to become a bit dusty. For some reason, E.T. has the same effect. And, as others have said, Field of Dreams makes my eyes kinda itchy sometimes.
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I watched Reign Over Me last night and that certainly got tears welling in my eyes.
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Backdraft. For some reason the line "Look at him. That's my brother, god dammit" gets me every time.
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Click.

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#16 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.73
I fully expect to get flak over this, but...I did cry a little at the end of Spider-Man 3. There I said it.




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#17 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.44
E.T. and Schindler's List. I had a friend who always cried at Armageddon....I laugh at him.





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The beginning of Oliver and Company always tears me up.

Same with the ending of John Q. So sad.



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Brian's Song.

"I'd like to tell you about a guy I know, a friend of mine. His name is Brian Piccolo. And he has the heart of a giant, and that rare form of courage that allows him to kid himself and his opponent, cancer. He has a mental attitude that makes me proud to have a friend who spells out the world 'courage,' 24 hours a day, every day of his life. Now you honor me by giving me this award. But I say to you here now Brian Piccolo is the man who deserves the George S. Halas award. It is mine tonight... and Brian Piccolo's tomorrow. I love Brian Piccolo. And I'd like all of you to love him too. And so tonight, when you hit your knees, please ask God to love him."
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