Blade Runner ;_;
Blade Runner ;_;
"No, really. Put that apple on your head!"
pokemon the first movie, and you know which scene I'm speaking of. that and every jackass movie, but those are tears from laughter.
felt a tear and lump in my throat at the phone scene in the bus station in The Impossible
Life is Beautiful, italian movie about a Jewish family before and during WWII. Holy crap that makes me cry. Only movie that does and I am not a softy whatsoever. If you dont cry from this, you have no soul.
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Green Mile, Marley and Me, I am Legend (dog part)...basically any movie where someones dog dies. Always gets me. I was in the room when my dog was put to sleep. Literally the worst moment of my entire life.
Seven pounds by far.
End of saving private Ryan, when the old man cries and asks if he has lived a good life.
Just seeing him break down always gets me chocked up.
"Heresy is like a garden weed, it won't stop feeding until you... BURN THE WHOLE DAMN GARDEN WITH A FLAMER, BURN IT, BURN IT TO HELL!!!!!" "Is there a wittle puppy in the garden? ITS A DAEMON! BURN IT!"
The ones I remember which made me teary; Green Mile, Seven Pounds.. probably a few more.
Sometimes I just get sucked into it too much, can't help it!
Feels good though :')
And what pyg says, if we mean the same movie. Don't remember if I was wet-eyed there. (Italian title, right?)
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Changeling (the one with Angelina Jolie) was incredibly sad, even sadder when you consider it is based on events which happen, when you look into those it actually becomes a bleaker story again :<
The Orphanage - my god when you find out the "twist" and then the ending... sad.
The Colour Purple
Lord of War
Grave of fireflies
Raise the red Lantern (chinese language) - an amazing film but bleak as hell
The Mist (stephen king) - holy crap that ending caught me off guard because that ain't how it went down in the book :O
A whole load more but don't want to make this look like some kind of IMDB 20 page list.
Now to invalidate everything I ever post again - I cried at Titanic - the part where the mother is tucking her kids into bed as the ship goes down, and the old couple holding hands in bed. The whole love story thing didn't do much for me, but that one part I mentioned did the trick.
Most of these films I can only watch once, because they are just too depressing.