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    Any movies make you cry?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjX7QJwzp-U

    This one did it for me (turn sound on). Guess I've been there and could really relate. Beautiful soundtrack, too.

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    I'm sure that someone will say Brian's Song.

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    Imitation of Life-Lana Turner

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    Marty - w/Ernest Borgnine

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    Whistle Down The Wind

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    "ET" and "Short Circuit".

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    Only the ones with[onions]in the title,those onions get me every time!

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    american graffiti,when harrison ford's 55 black chevy got wrecked racing the yellow 3 window coupe!thats no way to treat a classic.

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    Kevin Costners "Field Of Dreams". It's a Father issue. I know I'm the only one with a Father issue! LOL!

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    uptight Guest
    I don't know WHY Toy Story 3 got to me like that. LOL

    Another one is Color Purple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theboyfromxtown View Post
    Whistle Down The Wind
    wow, i love Haley at the end. nice movie.

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    uptight Guest
    Beaches directed by Penny Marshall.

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    "Jack the Bear" with Danny DeVito...I think I felt every possible emotion you could feel watching it.

    Best,

    Mark

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    smark21 Guest
    The Lana Turner version of Madame X.

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    Ghost and Beaches get me everytime...Philadelphia..ah, there is quite a few that hot the mark...Paulo xxxx

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    Boyz in the Hood.............one scene in particular with Cuba Gooding having a melt down........

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    Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory. (the original) Especially the scene where Gene Wilder sings "Imagination" to the gold Tix kids. Still get blubbery to-date! Even downloaded it!!! True nerd that I am!

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    King kong..poor kong they didn't have to do him like that!! Sniff sniff!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    King kong..poor kong they didn't have to do him like that!! Sniff sniff!!!
    I agree Jai, I didn't like this end. I would have prefered that King Kong go back to his jungle with his fiancée. Of course the 1933 version is the one to see.


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    My Dog Skip

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    Beasts of the Southern Wild
    Schindler's List

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    I remember when ET: the Extraterrestrial came out. Everyone said 'bring your Kleenex, you're going to be boo-hooing.' Not!

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    I remember watching The Color Purple in the theaters. I went to see it alone because when you're young, single and employed you can do things like that (good ol' days, I call them). Anyway, there were several scenes in that movie that tore my heart out and since I wasn't with a date, nobody could blame me if I cried. But I sucked it up and earned my man card that day. It was hard but I was proud that I didn't lose a drop. When I made the obligatory trip to the loo on the way out of the cinema, I was forced to wait behind a line of brothers whom I assume took their girlfriends or wives because they were bawling like little girls. Pretty sure they sucked it up in the movie and couldn't hold it out after the first one heard another guy cry.

    I felt as if I cheated myself. I could have cried and sobbed and boo hooed to my heart's content and it would absolutely have been justified. To this day, I won't watch that movie again because I know what will happen if I do and I don't want to turn my man card in, even though there's clearly an exception to the "Men Don't Cry" rule.

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    "Brian's Song" was the closest one. I saw it on TV when I was in the 5th Grade. Didn't cry,but it was sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nativeNY63 View Post
    Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory. (the original) Especially the scene where Gene Wilder sings "Imagination" to the gold Tix kids. Still get blubbery to-date! Even downloaded it!!! True nerd that I am!
    Good choice. This is still the first movie that comes to mind when I think of Gene Wilder (Blazing Saddles is next). I remember my fifth grade teacher read Charlie & the Chocolate Factory to us. She wasn't exactly dramatizing it but the class hung on every word.

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