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    I've never shed a tear over a film, but like others have said, Grave of the Fireflies came pretty close. That's pretty much the only one.
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    and thanks to having some sadistic teacher make us watch it on the very last day of senior year of high school Stand By Me

    needless to say, I hate all of those movies because of it
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
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    needless to say, I hate all of those movies because of it
    Awww... we already know you're a big softie!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Wow. That was a brutal movie, honestly. Not as relentless as Requiem for a Dream, but parts of it had the same stark emotional brutality.
    Excellently put. The emotional brutality was what made me feel funny on the inside...

    Also, I forgot to mention the ending of Million Dollar Baby. Damn you, Eastwood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viridian View Post
    Also, I forgot to mention the ending of Million Dollar Baby. Damn you, Eastwood.
    Uggh. I don't even think I knew how to feel at the end of that movie. I was just... dazed.

    Eastwood is pretty good that way, not a lot of emotional excess, just letting the story hit you for what it is. Pretty stark.

    I saw the same sort of thing in "No Country for Old Men," which I think the Coen Bros did. I wasn't really UPSET or able to cry over it although some of the violence was pretty bad, I just felt like I was watching this story unfold and was left more stunned by it. Emotionally, it was rather a vacuum, even thought the story felt very real to me. Felt the same way about True Grit too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Awww... we already know you're a big softie!
    I am not!

    and while we're at it add The Mission to my movie shit list... that is so DEPRESSING!
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    ^Ugh, yes, it is.

    I'll add "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly" to the list, but that is so utterly depressing it makes it difficult to feel anything but numb. It was kind of an annoying movie in a way because I think they were trying to tug pretty hard at the heartstrings. I'm more prone to crying in movies where someone overcomes, than in movies where sad situations are milked. I walked out of "La Vie En Rose" because the director was trying to tug so hard, it was annoying!

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    Braveheart makes me cry every time I watch it in its entirety. Usually right at the end with some tearing at times during.

    That's the only one that's actually made me cry, I think. Lots of romantic comedies or just romantic stuff will make my eyes tear momentarily, though. I rather enjoy that.

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    My eyes invariably tend to tear up a little bit during the last ten minutes of Philadelphia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    The entire last 15 minutes of Toy Story 3.
    I watched it one night when the kids had it on. It. Was. TERRIBLE. When my oldest was little the first Toy Story came out. He wore out the video and he is the same age as Andy. I won't watch it again.

    The Green Mile
    Monsters, Inc..
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    Wall-E....ok every Pixar and/or Disney movie.
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    Angels in America
    The end of 24/7 The Road to the Winter Classic. Not a movie but sad all the same.
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