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Well I cry at pretty much anothing so the list would be forever long but a few that come to mind right now are, *The Cure, And The Band Played On, P.S. I Love You and The Notebook. They all make me cry tons.
*If you haven't seen this movie I highly recommend it. It stars Brad Renfro (R.I.P.) and Joseph Mazullo. It's an amazing story about friendship.
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I saw Benjamin Button a few days ago and I was on the verge of tears in the end (I won't mention the scene for the sake of those of you who haven't seen it yet)...it's not a sad movie as a whole but it surely make you think about love and loss, and the conclusions can be quite sad.
I cried also watching Milk but for personal reasons. Has anyone ever notice how sad biopics usually are?
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I've cried in a few movies...
Notebook, Gran Torino, Crash, Green Mile, Last of the Mohicans...Oh god...too many to list, so I'll just stop now.
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Oohhh...I don't really seem to watch a lot of sad movies. But I was crying at the end of the movies version of the POTO musical, and during the Charles Dance miniseries, which I'm sure no one here has heard of.
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The Pursuit of Happyness.
Even though it's supposed to end happy and everything... I cried for like, an hour when it was over. My friends thought I was crazy, but his whole struggle was so heartwrenching. The length of the line for the shelter really got to me.. and how not everyone could be accommodated. *sigh*
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one of the saddest movies (but it's really good) is Simon Birch. that is one of my best friends and I's favorite movies. it has funny parts as well but it's just so sad!
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midnigh_sun: I cried at that part of Click too. It really is sad.
Okay so movies that have made or make me cry:
A Walk to Remember
Life is Beautiful (good movie but definite sad parts)
Well, I think that's all I can think of at the moment. I am sure there are others but I am just not recalling them at the moment. I am actually trying to think of a movie that has made me bawl as much as the book New Moon and I am coming up short. Oh well.
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