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Re: Tears

Postby Rainbowfairy » Sun Jan 11, 2009 8:47 pm

Most recently - that I can remember anyway... The Notebook and P.S. I love you
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Re: Tears

Postby eliselovesedwardx » Sun Jan 11, 2009 11:00 pm

OK so I cry at the drop of a hat in movies..Don't ask why..So I shall try and name a few..(lets see how long this gets..)

The Notebook
PS I Love You
Used to in Titanic now I just laugh and yell at the screen (THEY CAN BOTH FIT ON THE BLOODY DOOR!!)
Raising Helen
Cars (yes I know it's a kids movie..)
Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants
Ever After
In Her Shoes
Romeo & Juliet
That's all I can think of but trust me there are many more!

Now books that have made me cry:
New Moon
The Same Sweet Girls
Harry Potter 4, 5, 6 & 7
The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants 1, 2, 3 & 4
The Time Travellers Wife
The Lovely Bones
My Sister's Keeper
The 5 People You Meet in Heaven
And that's all I can see on my bookcase from the computer..

So yeah, as you ould probably tell..I cry easily in movies and books :oops:
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Re: Tears

Postby Movielover22 » Wed Jan 28, 2009 11:37 pm

I think I have cried at some point in just about every movie I have ever watched. I always seem to find something to trigger a memory, a character I pity, a backstory I maybe make up in my head. For instance, I was watching Beauty and the Beast this morning and it made me cry. Not because of the actual plot but because of the different characters and the things they had gone through. I cried for Belle because she didn't have a mother. I cried for Chip because of the emotional problems that are going to happen to him later because of the trauma of being through the whole enchantment thing at such a young age. I cried for the Beast for all the distress he goes through after he's nicer and especially after Belle leaves. And this is an example of just one movie, but I do pretty much the same thing with every movie I watch. It's pretty pathetic honestly.

Although the movie that makes me cry the most would have to be My Girl. By the end of that movie, I can't even see the screen because I'm crying so hard. That's definitely the worst one.
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Re: Tears

Postby kimmyBEE » Thu Jan 29, 2009 12:32 am

I'm such a sap, my eyes get teary at little things in movies or books. But there are a few movies that have actually made me CRY.

* Atonement.
(Which by the way, is like the sweetest movie ever.)
* The Notebook
* The Other Boleyn Girl
* Things We Lost In The Fire
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Re: Tears

Postby Movielover22 » Thu Jan 29, 2009 2:20 am

eliselovesedwardx wrote:OK so I cry at the drop of a hat in movies..Don't ask why..So I shall try and name a few..(lets see how long this gets..)

The Notebook
PS I Love You
Used to in Titanic now I just laugh and yell at the screen (THEY CAN BOTH FIT ON THE BLOODY DOOR!!)
Raising Helen
Cars (yes I know it's a kids movie..)
Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants
Ever After
In Her Shoes
Romeo & Juliet
That's all I can think of but trust me there are many more!

Now books that have made me cry:
New Moon
The Same Sweet Girls
Harry Potter 4, 5, 6 & 7
The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants 1, 2, 3 & 4
The Time Travellers Wife
The Lovely Bones
My Sister's Keeper
The 5 People You Meet in Heaven
And that's all I can see on my bookcase from the computer..

So yeah, as you ould probably tell..I cry easily in movies and books :oops:



I've never actually read the book of The 5 People You Meet in Heaven, but I did see the movie and positively bawled my eyes out watching it.
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Re: Tears

Postby love_is_noise » Mon Feb 16, 2009 5:01 pm

i saw slumdog millionaire today and started crying in it.
i don't often cry, my eyes water up but i don't cry.
it is an amazing film! so sad and happy a the same time!
i also nearly cried at mission impossible 3 last night..sounds stupid but i really thought the evil dude had shot whats-his-name's wife. it was so sad. and i also thought whats-his-name was really dead at the end!

^ as you can see, i pay very close attention to charter names in films! :lol:
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Re: Tears

Postby blasphemous_contessa » Mon Feb 16, 2009 5:55 pm

I cannot think of a single movie that made me cry. I cried while reading the poem Jo wrote in the end of Little Women. But that's it. Sad movies usually make me laugh because the acting is sooooooooooo bad.
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Re: Tears

Postby navarre » Mon Feb 16, 2009 9:10 pm

Movies of the past that have made me cry:

Terms of Endearment
Fried Green Tomatoes
Steel Magnolias
The Last of The Mohicans(the greatest movie ever)
The Patriot
Forrest Gump
Sunshine(1970's)


That's about it. Generally I hate chic flics, but the first three were great girly movies.
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Re: Tears

Postby azerigold » Mon Feb 16, 2009 9:24 pm

Cold Mountain
Last of the Mohicans
Kingdom of Heaven <when the king dies...I don't know why but it gets to me!>

Dreamer - when the horse breaks down. Being a huge horseracing fan, and being around the industry...when I see that it reminds me of other breakdowns, heartbreaking..
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Re: Tears

Postby addictedbooklover » Thu Apr 09, 2009 11:57 pm

I don't cry very much, but a few movies get my waterworks started:
The Return of the King (the end bit, when they're all saying goodbye)
The Secret Life of Bees
Bridhe to Terabithia (the book made me cry too)
Romeo & Juliet (how could anyone stay dry-eyed?)

And now, books: (there are several more of these)
The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas
The Secret Life of Bees
Bridhe to Terabithia
The Hunger Games
Thirteen Reasons Why
Noughts and Crosses
Winter Song
Kira-Kira


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