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Re: Movies that made you cry
« Reply #30 on: May 16, 2013, 10:30:29 AM »
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Also the end of the Walking Dead game got me to cry real hard.

Man.. Now i remember the game and some parts on it...
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« Reply #31 on: May 18, 2013, 07:56:44 AM »
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"Remember the Titans" is one movie that I should mention as being particularly emotional and optimistic. You'd expect that from a Disney movie, but it's also based on a real story so it's quite realistic as well. It is beautiful how the players in the team manage to put aside their prejudice to form real friendship through sport, and how the world around them disrespects them because they represent something they disagree with.
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« Reply #32 on: May 18, 2013, 10:33:40 AM »
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Alright, anyone agrees with Dumbledore's death in Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince?

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Re: Movies that made you cry
« Reply #33 on: May 18, 2013, 08:54:54 PM »
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OH MY GOD! I knew I was forgetting something!

Kiki's Delivery Service

I watched the North American release first. Actually I don't know if I ever saw the Japanese version. But I was crying like a baby at one point in that movie. The scene where Kiki can no longer understand Jiji, her cat. That scene seriously made me cry so fucking hard, it would have been embarrassing if it wasn't for the simple fact that my poor brain was seeing coincidental connections between Jiji losing his "voice" and the fact that Phil Hartman was the voice of Jiji.

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For those of you that don't remember, Phil Hartman was murdered by his coked-out wife. I saw Kiki's Delivery Service shortly after that (found it at the library). The fact that Jiji never talked for the rest of the movie didn't help either. I think I've only watched that movie once because that scene was just too hard for me to deal with.

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« Reply #34 on: June 19, 2013, 06:38:48 AM »
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Sorry for thread resurrection, but here's a movie that needs to be mentioned:



http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0395169/?ref_=sr_3

"Hotel Rwanda" presents the story of a Rwandan hotel manager who was caught with his family in the genocide of Tutsi tribesmen by the Hutu government during a civil war in the country.
The movie presents wild, violent anti-Tutsi propaganda which lead to the genocide and, most horribly, the impotence of UN soldiers in the country to do anything while people are being slaughtered in front of their eyes. 

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Re: Movies that made you cry
« Reply #35 on: June 19, 2013, 07:46:19 AM »
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Oh man, I missed this thread before!

There's nothing girly about crying when you relate to an emotional moment of a good movie or show.

A lot of you have already listed these, but:
The Lion King
Toy Story 3
Pokemon: The First Movie

I've had more of these moments with shows than movies though. You have more time to really fall in love with the characters.

Pokemon - Pikachu's Goodbye, and the episode where you learn why Meowth learned to talk.

Buffy The Vampire Slayer - The Body
Just seeing this girl who's basically a superhero get completely broken when dealing with her mother's sudden death with absolutely no supernatural cause is really heartbreaking. She's used to being able to fight to protect the people she loves, but then this happens, and she has no idea what to do. It's an incredibly human moment, something this show always did really well.
Moments in television : Buffy the Vampire Slayer - The Body

Torchwood: Children of the Earth (short series of Torchwood)
Just all the things that happen to nearly all the characters, to the children, to Jack's daughter...
If you don't cry during this, it just means you don't have a soul.



Those are the big ones I was able to think of just now. There are others.
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« Reply #36 on: June 24, 2013, 03:04:32 PM »
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Pan's Labyrinth, another movie with a heartbreaking ending.
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Re: Movies that made you cry
« Reply #37 on: June 24, 2013, 05:33:58 PM »
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The BBC documentary called Krakatoa: Volcano of destruction. While it is mainly a documentary of the 1883 eruption, the scenes that they show of the disaster, and of families and their lives being destroyed did bring some tears to my eyes. i found the acting very well done.
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Re: Movies that made you cry
« Reply #38 on: June 25, 2013, 02:26:09 AM »
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Most disaster documentaries are really sad.

The BBC documentary called Krakatoa: Volcano of destruction.
I think I watched that before.

The latest one I watched has all those amateur videos on the Japanese Quake and Tsunami of 2011.
Well, I'm emotionally invested with that incident since my sister was studying in Japan that time.

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Re: Movies that made you cry
« Reply #39 on: June 25, 2013, 08:43:36 PM »
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12 Monkeys

It didn't make me cry. Maybe it was because I read a spoiler before I watched it, so I knew how it was going to end. ... Also I guess it was kinda predictable. But although it did not make me cry, it made me somewhat nauseous. The ending was sickening in a way. It was a bit of a mash-up between T2 and Rise Of The Machines, in that [spoilerthe amiable hero dies at the end of the movie and the surviving protagonists witness the start of a horrific cataclysm arising in their lifetime.[/spoiler]

Still, 12 Monkeys is an excellent movie. Bruce Willis was very good under Terry Gilliam's direction. And Brad Pitt was simply incredible as a drugged-up crackpot in a looney-bin. And the story was superb too, in spite of not being written by Gilliam.  :P
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Did we mention T2 yet? I can't remember. This thread is old and starting to get long. I'm pretty sure we did.

... OH MY GOD! NOBODY MENTIONED T2 YET?!? THAT WAS SERIOUSLY ONE OF THE SADDEST MOMENTS IN MOVIE HISTORY! SERIOUSLY! OH MY GOD HOW COULD ANYONE NOT POST THIS CLIP IN THIS THREAD YET?!?!?!!!! I know the soundtrack was brought up in another thread, but not this thread?

Terminator 2 ending scene

Seriously, any movie that takes a bad-ass theme song and makes you forever more think of it as "Taps for a killing machine" has to be near the top of the list. And of course one of the saddest songs ever in an action film to support it didn't help either.

T2 ending theme "Its over (goodbye)
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Re: Movies that made you cry
« Reply #40 on: June 26, 2013, 12:06:33 AM »
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Most disaster documentaries are really sad.

I suggest Threads. It's not a "real" documentary, but a disturbing and very realistic depiction of nuclear warfare's after effects.


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Re: Movies that made you cry
« Reply #41 on: June 26, 2013, 03:12:25 AM »
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Beyond what's already been mentioned?

Cry, The Beloved Country (1995) is arguably my favorite movie of all time.  I recommend not looking it up on Youtube, though; the trailer AND the only clip from the film are both spoilerific. It's an overlooked gem of a film starring James Earl Jones and Richard Harris. To give you a very rough idea of what it's about, two very different men find common ground between one another through a tragic event.

Bent (1997) upset me quite a bit, particularly because I watched it just after watching Brokeback Mountain. I shouldn't let my mom pick movies for us to watch; she always manages to find depressing films. >_>

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