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    I have not yet cried while watching a movie, but when I do I'll come back and post!.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lane777 View Post
    I couldn't get Gladiator off my brain for weeks. Edward Scissorhands and Terminator II really moved me as well... if the lead is of high moral standing, undergoes intense hardship and it all ends tragically for the character, I will cry. lol



    Wtf ... lions suffocate their prey first.
    T2 was fucking awesome, one of my all time favs.

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    Kick-Ass made someone cry?

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    Most of these did or came ridiculously close, but were stunted by the presence of others.
    All Dogs Go To Heaven
    P.S. I Love You
    A Walk To Remember
    Selena
    Time Traveler's Wife
    Up
    Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
    Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1
    My Sister's Keeper
    Children of Men

    So many of them revolve around someone's death and I get very bawfest over it.
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    I forgot one:

    The Fox and The Hound. I saw it when I was 3 or 4, whenever it came out. My parents loved telling the story of taking me to see it because at the end when the fox and the hound are gazing up at the stars... I started bawling... along with the rest of the kids in the theater. The adults? They were all laughing their butts off because of the sniffling. My heart still hurts just thinking about it!

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    Sappy movies don't tend to have much of an affect on me. However, there are some films I get misty eyed over (as someone put it earlier) but few made me really cry.

    Cry a little
    Out of Africa
    The Hours
    Evita
    Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows


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    The Pianist
    United 93
    Titanic
    The English Patient


    I can also cry at strange things, like the opening of Valkyrie

    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    The saddest I've ever been is when the mum in Muriel's Wedding burns the lawn.
    I cried at that too. Its one of the most haunting scenes I've ever seen. I was absolutely shattered by it and I struggled to shake it afterwards. And it is extremely rare that a scene would affect me like that. Normally, the emotions end with the movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Can I ask what you cried about in Kick-Ass? (I'm gonna guess it's the scene where Hit Girl says goodbye to daddy, since I can't imagine another... unless it was tears of laughter in various spots.)
    Dang you're about 30 seconds off from picking the correct frame in the movie. This is a bit uncanny. Its actually the montage action scene of hit girl's rescue.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXIghJfan4M

    Its possible that as an ISTJ I foresaw Big Daddy's Shakespearean death which might have contributed to the tears but for me its the build up of the character. Its knowing all of Hit Girl's years of training are coming together in this one scene. Its how Cage shouts "switch to Robin's revenge", Hit Girl understands it, and it works. Its the way adiago in D minor and the sound of intermittent yet continuous fire are just obstacles.. Its the thesis of her life's work, and its beautiful.

    The same goes for Walle. Its not the loss of Walle's consciousness that made me cry. It was the culmination of the community coming together to realise their goal of getting the plant to the center.

    So perhaps I don't cry from sorrow. But rather I cry for happiness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mavericknm View Post
    Its possible that as an ISTJ I foresaw Big Daddy's Shakespearean death which might have contributed to the tears but for me its the build up of the character. Its knowing all of Hit Girl's years of training are coming together in this one scene. Its how Cage shouts "switch to Robin's revenge", Hit Girl understands it, and it works. Its the way adiago in D minor and the sound of intermittent yet continuous fire are just obstacles.. Its the thesis of her life's work, and its beautiful.
    Nice. And as soon as you start to describe it, I now do remember being choked up at that part, although I think I had more conscious thought of how much she loved her father and trusted him (despite actually being more skilled than him in some ways), and how much he loved her and knew he wasn't going to make it, yet was being brave for his little girl and doing whatever he could to make sure she remained unhurt...and how it was all smoothly syncing up in this last piece with them together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Nice. And as soon as you start to describe it, I now do remember being choked up at that part, although I think I had more conscious thought of how much she loved her father and trusted him (despite actually being more skilled than him in some ways), and how much he loved her and knew he wasn't going to make it, yet was being brave for his little girl and doing whatever he could to make sure she remained unhurt...and how it was all smoothly syncing up in this last piece with them together.
    Oh for sure. Without cage's cries of care the scene would be nothing. I should have mentioned that more explicitly. Hit girl, to this day, has pretty much lived for her father. Perhaps its the perfect ISTJ parent's dream to see their child's training in action. So much loyalty, trust and caring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mavericknm View Post
    Oh for sure. Without cage's cries of care the scene would be nothing. I should have mentioned that more explicitly. Hit girl, to this day, has pretty much lived for her father. Perhaps its the perfect ISTJ parent's dream to see their child's training in action. So much loyalty, trust and caring.
    Yeah, in that scene, she is truly her father's daughter, and he knows he has fulfilled his fatherly duties and equipped her to live and become everything she could be.
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