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In reply to an earlier post on 24 Jul 2009 16:37:04 BDT
Jinty says:
God - that did it for me as well - SOBBED

Posted on 24 Jul 2009 15:32:15 BDT
vonMoltke says:
Seven Pounds definitely! I don't remember any other. I almost cried for the last King Kong (ending), but ALMOST...

Posted on 24 Jul 2009 13:39:23 BDT
Jaybird says:
Inside, I'm Dancing - even though I generally think of it as uplifting
Bambi - sucker for that one
Opening scene of Mrs Henderson Presents - Judi Dench's solitary grief at her husband's funeral was gut-wrenching, the denouement also got me
Sophie's Choice - haven't ever managed to watch it again

In reply to an earlier post on 23 Jul 2009 16:13:23 BDT
Ian Mclean says:
Jack Nicholson's (aka McMurphy ) death scene in " One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest "

In reply to an earlier post on 23 Jul 2009 05:14:47 BDT
K. jackson says:
your one hell of baby...lol

Posted on 23 Jul 2009 05:14:09 BDT
K. jackson says:
a time to kill- saw this when i was 15

Posted on 22 Jul 2009 14:50:19 BDT
Mahin says:
Most definitely TITANIC. I really don't know why, but when Rose starts to call for Jack( after he's dead) I can't stop myself. Touches my soul everytime. Also because so many people died like that in cold, freezing water, without being able to get and all...

Posted on 22 Jul 2009 12:08:11 BDT
There are sooo many films I cry at:
The Notebook - bawled like a baby from halfway through to the end
The Bridges of Madison County -both the film and the book,
Its a wonderful life
Marely and Me,
Schindlers List,
All the Lord of the Rings films, esp Return of the King
Beauty and the Beast, and Bambi, which I haven't watched since i was 5 because it makes me cry too much,
The Fourth and Fifth Harry Potter films,
Shakespeare in Love - the bit at the end when they say goodbye
Little Women, when Beth dies

mm there are more but I can't think of them - as you an see not many of my friends watch films with me because I cry too much!!!!

Posted on 21 Jul 2009 19:47:39 BDT
H. M. Hall says:
love is a many Splendored thing oh what a end!!!
A tree grows in Brooklyn
Carousel when Billy reprises if I loved you at the end
Goodbye Mr Chips (Robert Donat]

Posted on 21 Jul 2009 18:14:55 BDT
G. Phethean says:
I agree with C.A.Cook Seven Pounds was moving. Other emotional films: 'My Girl, Field Of Dreams, Stand By Me'

Posted on 21 Jul 2009 15:26:59 BDT
Last edited by the author on 21 Jul 2009 15:38:52 BDT
Domino says:
Steel Magnolias when Sally Field is at her daughters funeral and her friends ask her if she is o.k. I was weeping buckets and then laughed out loud.
Inn of the Sixth Happiness when all the children march into the town singing, chills down my spine.
The Champ, have never been able to watch that film again.
E.T. - Its a Wonderful Life
Oh so many, I do love a good cry, and what about Dragonfly at the end when he finds you know what [don't want to spoil it for those who havn't seen it] I was a wreck, but probably the saddest being Revenge with Kevin Costner especially at the end ooooer!!!

Posted on 21 Jul 2009 15:11:19 BDT
Steel Magnolias
Marley & Me
An affair to remember
Somewhere in time
Random Harvest
Who will love my children
Go towards the light
Deep Impact
The exorcism of Emily Rose (Don't ask me why?) lol
and the obligatory Beaches

Posted on 21 Jul 2009 14:25:15 BDT
T. De Vries says:
Pay it forward
What dreams may come
P.S. I love you
The notebook
City of angels

Posted on 20 Jul 2009 19:29:49 BDT
'Rock Chick' says:
It has to be The Green Mile, anyone who doesn't cry at that film is void of emotions!!
Also just seen, 'My Sisters Keeper' at the cinema with my 2 daughters. It is completely relentless and the whole cinema was crying almost from start to finish!! Never experienced anything like it; don't put make up on and take tissues! Brilliant and well acted but so sad. Marie(film buff & soppy mare!)

Posted on 20 Jul 2009 19:06:20 BDT
Last edited by the author on 20 Jul 2009 19:07:50 BDT
The end of "Return of the king" - Lord of the rings....when Frodo says goodbye to Pipin, Merry and Sam.

Posted on 20 Jul 2009 19:06:16 BDT
Schindler's List and Grave of the Fireflies. Nothing comes close...

Posted on 20 Jul 2009 15:35:45 BDT
F. Mccormick says:
The boy in the striped pyjammas and my sisters keeper

In reply to an earlier post on 19 Jul 2009 18:42:24 BDT
Gone With the Wind and ANY Bette Davis film will always bring tears to my eyes. Mr. Skeffington and The Maiden Aunt almost too unbearably beautiful to watch!

In reply to an earlier post on 19 Jul 2009 18:27:35 BDT
I will always remember the first time my son brought his new girlfriend, unexpectedly, home to meet me. She asked him why his 52 year old mother was crying whilst watching a cartoon about dead rabbits? I can see this wasn't a great first impression! But she knows me better now and also loves the film and the book. She's converted.

Posted on 19 Jul 2009 16:13:30 BDT
E,T. pretty woman, my fair lady the railway children love story and many more bambi is so sad I cant bear to watch it watership down also brings tears to my eyes as does the sound of music

Posted on 18 Jul 2009 22:38:50 BDT
antimatter says:
The Bucket List: final scene on the mountain.

Posted on 18 Jul 2009 18:13:45 BDT
Fifi says:
Apollo 13 - when they come through on the radio after re-entry
Philadelphia - (especially Tom Hank's face when his friend tries to hide his lesions with make-up
... and for a couple without Tom Hanks for a change -

Brokeback Mountain and The Lives of Others.

Posted on 18 Jul 2009 15:59:37 BDT
B. Wilkinson says:
The Guardian - don't want to spoil the plot, but the end made me cry the most at any film, ever. Absolutely amazing
Click - when he runs out of the hospital in the rain to tell his son that family comes first
Mighty Joe Young - when the woman sings to her daughter (Jill) when she has been shot, and at the end
Jack Frost - when the boys dad comes back as a ghost at the end

In reply to an earlier post on 18 Jul 2009 14:41:16 BDT
Last edited by the author on 18 Jul 2009 14:42:15 BDT
C. A. Cook says:
Seven Pounds!

Rented it out the other day not knowing a thing about it! Blubbed away with my daughter!

Posted on 18 Jul 2009 04:05:44 BDT
E.T.
Requiem For A Dream
Back To The Future
Return Of The Jedi
It's a Wonderful Life
Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship...
An American Tale

Ahem...
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