Film that made you cry


What would be the melancholic movie u ever seen ? I think Braveheart was kinda sad, somehow Forrest Gump also
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LOL !! but really...cause i wanna see some sad movie....u know..sometimes it feels good to watch sad things

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Ghost (Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore)
City of Angels (Nic Cage, Meg Ryan)
Untamed Heart (Christian Slater 80's movie)
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Originally posted by n7of9
City of Angels (Nic Cage, Meg Ryan)
That made you cry? I found it too sappy happy.

A movie that 'moved' me (I don't cry but I'll pass the tissues for you...) was Glory.

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but he DIED...i was horrified...vowed never to watch that film again!!! it depressed me for 2 days

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I would have to say braveheart.. so much glory and freedom ahhhhh... *goes to room and watches it*

We Were Soldiers (really, really sad!)
Moulin Rouge
Peal Harbor (the first time I saw it I cried)
The Green Mile
The Patriot
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I love Dancer in the Dark (2000 - Lars von Trier), Truly, Madly, Deeply (1991 - Anthony Minghella) and Savannah Smiles (1982 - Pierre DeMoro), guaranteed weepers all.

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The Green Mile..................
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There has only been one movie that has brought me to tears. Some come close but only one that went all the way. But I'm not sure if its the saddest film I've ever seen, in both senses of that word. Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan.

I would have to say I spy with owen wilson, when they chucked those cars out of the truck thing.

Or die another day with bond, those cars.

other than that, emotional expression has never left me.
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City of Angels


Vanilla Sky

Planes, Trains and Automobiles

"Tell me I'm a good man" from Saving Private Ryan.
"Is he smart?" from Forrest Gump.
"Mother?" or "Father?" from Bambi, Dumbo, The Lion King or just about any death scene from Disney.
"Why, why wwhhhyyyyyy!?!?!?!?" from Steel Magnolia's.

There are other's, I just can't think right now. Movie scenes that get me frequently are Father and Son make-up, death of a child, or death of a good animal.
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Moulin Rouge! got me bad...real bad. But I held it in until afterwards. I don't think I'll be watching it again.
  • Braveheart
  • Orange County (don't ask; long story)
  • Planes, Trains & Automobiles
  • Riding in Cars wth Boys
  • Saving Private Ryan
  • Signs
  • The Patriot
  • The Apostle
  • The Green Mile
  • The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
  • The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
  • The Shawshank Redemption
  • We Were Soldiers
There's more...but these are the ones that come to mind just now.
Originally posted by LordSlaytan
"Tell me I'm a good man" from Saving Private Ryan.

Yeah, I forgot Saving Private Ryan, I haven't seen it in a while because it made me cry so much. Great movie though.

I cry at practically every movie I see. Yeah, I'm pathetic.
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