Armageddon, when Bruce Willis leaves Ben Affleck in the ship, and walks to his death.
So I've been watching 'Gran Torino' again and the ending always gets me up in tears. Even thinking about it.
I noticed that the older I get, the more sensitive I become to certain things. I cry more often through sad things that happen during a movie (when I am alone, that is). It's maybe because I tend to get more 'mature'. But some movies just leave me in tears. For example, another movie starring Clint, 'A Million Dollar Baby'. The movie is so great and it realy takes you in. I always shed a lot of tears.
So, I'd like to know.. What is the movie you all end up in tears with, every time you watch it?
I haven't watched it since I was a kid, but the original Charlotte's Web D:
Wall-E, at the end, which I won't spoil for those who haven't seen it.
I just remembered another movie which had me up in tears. 'The Pursuit Of Happyness". It's my favorite movie of 'Will Smith'. He does such a good job at the acting, and the story is realy touching.
Only time I actually cried watching a movie. Had to walk away from it for a few minutes.
The Bucket List, Patch Adams and...Brave D: ( YES I CRIED DURING BRAVE, THE DISNEY MOVIE ).
first pokemon movie where ash gets turned to stone.
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The end of Dragonheart, that music, Sean Connery's voice with the quote and setting, yeah. Every time.
I don't suffer from insanity, I enjoy every moment of it.
Sane people are boring. Or else I've been around insane people so long that I can't tell the difference anymore. Either way, chase away those silly notions of linear thought: they have never done anyone good.
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The Impossible made me cry.
Titanic..I think the movie is about promoting adultery
WTF NOONE SAID Hachi: A Dog's Tale !
Toy Story 3 made me cry on an airplane, talk about embarrassing.
I don't cry during movies, except some of those dog movies but only when I was a kid. But I think the ending of Blade Runner almost made me cry a little.