Every night in my dream, I see you... I feel youuuuuu
Didn't cry the first time. Might cry if I had to sit through that shit again though.
Of course not.
I've never cried to Titanic. I cried at the end of Armageddon though.
Of course. When Jack falls asleep and she just lets go after 2 minutes prior she said she'd never let go, like come on. For real though, not really, and when I saw it when I was 7, I didn't cry. Maybe if the music was more touchy. It still is a really epic movie to me though, the entire ship sinking was spectacular.
I have watched Titanic about 5-6 times now. And I do still cry a little at some parts. Can’t resist masterful melodrama. One of the best movies I have ever seen. And I have seen many movies. The first time was something special though. I was like a waterfall.
Straight male here by the way. I have strong empathy. Sometimes I even feel I have too much.
With that question, you're implying that I've at least cried once during that movie. I fucking hated that movie.
Any single scene of Hachi: A Dog's Tale has more feelings and reasons to cry than the whole Titanic movie and 320 re-watchings of it.
I didn't as a kid, was more fascinated about the ship sinking. However being older, I watched it last April with the whole 3D thing and my eyes were damp at the end, didn't cry cry though. I don't know what happened I just get more emotional as I get older ;_;
Yes I do still cry when I watch Titanic.............. because its so bad
Well first off, I never cried when I watched it when I was 10. I haven't watched it since then because the movie is horrible in my opinion.
Nope, but the older I get, the more easily I cry at sentimental stuff in films / tv :< especially with kids involved
I never did, I laughed some though
If someone forced me to watch it, yes, I would cry.
"Once you stop caring what an arrogant, ignorant, idiotic little twat somewhere half-way across the world in a mouldy little basement with his mother yelling down at him to get off his arse and get a job is saying on the internet, you will find an immense calm overcome you. Suddenly the world will seem a brighter place and your mood will improve immediately."
I always smile when the brave captain guy smartly salutes then shoots himself.
Titanic? No. It's kinda hard to cry at that, the movie doesn't make me feel emotional, at all.