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The Fox and the Hound. :[ When the lady leaves Todd in the forest... I always cry. Every time.
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BellsEdwardalways wrote: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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Finding Neverland. It made me cry so much when she died. And when he took her to Neverland, and the very end where he's sitting with Peter on the bench. It was just a beautiful movie in general. I think that is one of Johnny Depp's best movies. And believe me, I've seen a LOT of his movies. Haha.
I am sooo glad that I wasn't the only one. That was a great movie, I haven't seen it in years! I also agree that it's one of Johnny Depp's best movies. I am not a huge Johnny Depp fan (please don't hurt me!) and I think he was absolutely fantastic in it
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anndd.. pochahontis 1 and 2.. and The Lion King..
stupid old cartoon disney movies gets me every time
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Well. This is the first movie that ever made me cry in 10 years! So I obviously remember it!
It's called "Whale Rider"
And then I find The Notebook sad, but I haven't cried.
I've cried watching "King Kong"
"The Lion King"
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Marley and Me. I can't think of a movie that made me cry as hard as that movie. Its so sad, and it reminds me of my dogs.
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urcoolcarrie wrote:Marley and Me. I can't think of a movie that made me cry as hard as that movie. Its so sad, and it reminds me of my dogs.
I watched that last night and i cried sooo hard that is probably they saddest movie ever
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when i was little i cried watching the lion king
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BellsEdwardalways wrote:Life is Beautiful (good movie but definite sad parts)
I completely agree with this statement. A must-see, but it's really, really sad at the end. I mean, it's about the Holocaust, how could it be anything but sad?
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