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Which movies, no matter how many times you see them, always make you bring out the Kleenex?


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Steel Magnolias
Beaches
For the Boys
Deep Impact
and the scene from Indepence Day where the 1st Lady dies.


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Being all man, I never cry at movies. However, I have a *ahem* 'friend' who fills up during the 'Wise Up' sequence in Magnolia.

Don't mention it to him though, he will only get embarrased.


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My best friend and I both got misty-eyed at the end of Lost in Translation, and much to our surprise did it again at the end of Garden State.

However, we are already packing tissues for when we go see Brokeback Mountain when it opens in a few weeks.

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I too got very teary eyed at the end of lost in translation I wish I knew what he said.

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My husband and I love old movies...one of my absolute favorites is Shenandoa. Oh and Cheaper by the Dozen when one of the young boys tells the oldest girl "our daddy is dead"


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I am a big cry baby. Since I had kids(I blame them), I will cry at tv shows or anything remotely sad. I cried at the end of the Notebook. I had read the book, but my grandparents (3 of them) died in the last yr, so it was a tough movie for me.

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Its a movie called Imitation Of Life its a movie that takes place in 1947 at Coney Island, down-on-her-luck actress Lora Meredith and her young daughter Susie meet coloured lady named Annie Johnson and her daughter Sarah Jane. Annie is desperate for a place to live and offers to work as Lora's maid for food and lodging. Lora's luck begins to change as a result of their meeting and their two stories unfold across the years. However, Annie's problems start when Sarah Jane tries to pass as white. At the end of the movie Annie died and Sarah ran down the street screaming thats my momma please let me see her I havent seen my momma in a long time. Oh it was so heart breaking how she denined her mom when she was growing up. I remember mom let me watch it when I was 5. I didnt cry because I didnt understand but when I watched it again before I was 13 I held my mom and told her I will never do that to her and how much I loved her.


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Officer and a Gentlemen I've probably seen it over a hundred times and I still cry.

Julia Roberts always makes me cry. Oh and there's a soapie actress, all she has to do is well up and I'm lost.

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I cry at the drop of a hat! The scene in "Sixth Sense" at the end when Bruce Willis' wife drops his wedding ring always gets to me and I think I cried all the way through "The Notebook" and "What Dreams May Come".


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I too cry at movies all the time... just about any made for tv romantic movie will get me, especially around the holidays. I always cry at the end of the Lord of the Rings when Frodo says goodbye to his friends and leaves with the elves. Then there are the serious movies like the Patriot and the Power of One. I think I cried during Hidalgo too. And Beaches. Just about any time a character dies or says goodbye!

I'm almost crying just thinking about all the movies that make me cry.


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At the end of "You got mail" when shopgirl finds out that Joe fox is really the guy she wanted to be with. It reminds me of my fiance and I.


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My mom and I love that movie, its like I cheer her on when she was running around looking for Richard. And the song makes it worse. BTW Richard was and still is the hottest older man I have ever seen. Yummy Yummy


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City of Angels with Meg Ryan and Nicolas Cage, Ghost Story with Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze, and Love, Actually...in quite a few places!


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Oh! I forgot about "City of Angels" - I have as yet to mae it thru that movie w/out crying. It's like I keep forgetting how it's gonna end. <img src="/images/graemlins/frown.gif" alt="" />


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I love that movie City Of Angels I felt so bad it was like he finally found love. It was right there in his arms then it was ripped away from him. This is one of the reasons why my fiance wants to come with me everywhere I go in Brooklyn. Just in case I dont get hit by a truck or car. Joey and I was watching that movie when we first met (last December). And I started crying at the end he was like whats wrong? I said I never want that to happen to us because I finally found you. He was very moved.


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