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Films that made you cry??


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In reply to an earlier post on 30 Aug 2011 10:58:20 BDT
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In reply to an earlier post on 30 Aug 2011 12:15:00 BDT
Last edited by the author on 30 Aug 2011 12:19:21 BDT
Lector says:
Hej Michelle, Ok, I've just put one of my my e-mail address's on my profile. Please let me know when you've got it so that I can take change it back to private status again. Thanks. Bath is a beautiful place. I have visited it myself a few times over the years. Winchester is one of my favourite places to visit and the cathedral has a peaceful and calm atmosphere - when there are not too many visitors, that is! I will add here that I'm not religous at all though. In fact I am an atheist - well ok then, maybe a little pagan inclined too! But unfortunately, the cathedral authorities have started charging an entrance fee, which I think is outrageous for those who go to worship there. When I said to someone who works there that it's effectively charging people to worship (not me obviously) and what did they think Jesus would say about it if he were to actually return, well all they said was that they needed the money! There are also some lovely walks nearby too, especially through the water meadows along the river Avon and up to St. Catherine's Hill, where the views of the surrounding area are great. Oh and the house where Jane Austen died has a plaque on the wall outside. Access to the house though is not permitted and it is privately owned. Next time I'm up there I'll send a photo' to you via an e-mail or whatever. Well that's interesting to hear about that ship find! I'd like to know more! Regarding history, my interests are very broad indeed! I mean I'll read and research anything from say the Roman Empire period through to the American Civil War/War Between The States through to so much including right up to modern times. These days I'm especially interested in all kinds of personal accounts of people's experiences, both men and women, diaries, memoirs etc. And fart jokes were never my kind of humour either! In fact when I was at school (about million years ago! :-/) I always thought that they were just plain silly, to be honest with you! Ok, well hope to hear from you about the e-mail address soon then. :-)

Posted on 30 Aug 2011 12:23:21 BDT
Shazzerman says:
Better watch out, Michelle: he draws exact replicas of massive cathedrals from memory, and never EVER blinks...;)

In reply to an earlier post on 30 Aug 2011 15:03:13 BDT
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Posted on 30 Aug 2011 20:54:27 BDT
mnmkjm says:
If you know anyone with Alzheimer's, Iris and Away from her. I sobbed throughout sections of both of them.

Posted on 1 Sep 2011 10:12:30 BDT
The Hours always makes me cry.

Joanna

Posted on 2 Sep 2011 16:24:52 BDT
paget says:
the orphanage
the devil's backbone
let the right one in

cried like a baby. embarrassing.

Posted on 2 Sep 2011 17:31:21 BDT
Shazzerman says:
A.I.did it for me recently. Probably the 'Berg's last great film.

Posted on 3 Sep 2011 22:17:53 BDT
The end of the Railway Children when Bobby sees her daddy get off the train
"Daddy my Daddy" gets me every time so touching, a little girls love for daddy

In reply to an earlier post on 3 Sep 2011 22:55:21 BDT
Lector says:
L.M.G, That is a very beautiful scene, for sure.

In reply to an earlier post on 4 Sep 2011 14:51:15 BDT
For me, Ricky Schroeder's performance on the death of his dad in The Champ.

Posted on 4 Sep 2011 16:21:15 BDT
Shazzerman says:
"The Ghost and Mrs Muir". Gene Tierney and Rex Harrison reunited at the end, and with Bernard Herrmann fabulous music as the icing on a - very tasty - cake.

Posted on 4 Sep 2011 18:07:21 BDT
Sophie's Choice... Where Stingo discovers Sophie and Nathan curled up on the bed together having taken their lives because the memories of the past were too hard to go on living with.

The Sterile Cuckoo - a little known gem staring Liza Minnelli and Wendell Burton

Oh, and of course, Bambi

In reply to an earlier post on 4 Sep 2011 18:28:16 BDT
Last edited by the author on 4 Sep 2011 21:59:08 BDT
Lector says:
Shazz', Lucky you then, that it's shown on Film 4 - what seems like - almost every week! But you can't beat the oldies...

Posted on 4 Sep 2011 19:01:50 BDT
Shazzerman says:
Film4! With ads every ten minutes?! No thanks. I pluck it from my Gene Tierney box-set on a regular basis. "Laura" too (brilliant - beauty like a tightened bow).

In reply to an earlier post on 4 Sep 2011 19:53:41 BDT
Lector says:
Shazz', I know! Those add's drive me crazy too!!! The beautiful Gene Tierney had such a naturally sad-looking face, don't you think? Shame she died the way she did. I recall seeing her picture in an old picture album from the fifties of film stars, which my mum had for many years and is now lost somewhere in never-never land - aka the loft!

Posted on 4 Sep 2011 22:05:58 BDT
Last edited by the author on 4 Sep 2011 22:06:52 BDT
Steve Smiles says:
Beaches- always without fail
Ghost-a group of us went to see this at the cinema I was on my first proper date cried my heart out even after the film had finished and had to walk past a really long q outside waiting to go in to watch and I was still sobbing madly (oh the shame)
Muppets Take Manhatten-when they are all saying goodbye still gets me now

Posted on 5 Sep 2011 00:27:05 BDT
Shazzerman says:
I have a naturally sad-looking face myself; "cheer up", I'm often told - it infuriates me. I'm happy - but do I have to PROVE it as well?

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Sep 2011 00:45:38 BDT
Last edited by the author on 5 Sep 2011 00:48:43 BDT
Lector says:
Shazz', Do you know, that always used to really annoy me too when I was younger. But now? Well I don't give a fffffff-fig! And wasn't it Groucho Marx, who, when told to have a nice day by a taxi driver one time in N.Y. City, replied "Listen, I'll have any kind of a goddamm day I want!" Don't ask me what that has to do with anything either, but I'm just tired now, and liable to come out with any rubbish when I feel like this! So I'm off for some sack time now! zzzzzzzzzzzz P.s. Did you know that dog is god spelt backwards?

Posted on 6 Sep 2011 09:44:22 BDT
Eamon Veaney says:
The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas (2008)

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Sep 2011 12:36:23 BDT
I think you should take up knitting!

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Sep 2011 12:36:57 BDT
or watch Cassablanca!

Posted on 8 Sep 2011 14:38:21 BDT
P. G. Croft says:
Well--thinking of the money I spent, all the crap ones.

Posted on 9 Sep 2011 14:44:54 BDT
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In reply to an earlier post on 9 Sep 2011 14:47:00 BDT
The Fellowship of the Ring and The Two Towers:
when Boromir dies in the first LOTR movie, and when Faramir discovers in the second LOTR movie that his father wished he had died instead of Boromir.
Echt time I watch those scenes, tears get in my eyes ...
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