dimber wrote:Top Gun - I always cry when Goose dies
LOTR The Return of the King - I cry from Theoden's death on
dimber wrote:I'm glad to see my personal tear movies are not that personal at all...it's comforting
Anyway, I think that, apart from movies which are sad because of the topic - such as the British movies I've mentioned in the previous post - Hollywood movies tend always to have some moments of tension that tease the audience's emotions...I remember I was about to cry the first time I saw "Lilo and Stitch", when Stitch introduce his family to the extraterrestrial and ask to stay in our world. I assume it depends upon one's emotional condition too.
"Titanic", for example, has never made me cry while I cried my heart out with "P.S. I love you".
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