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#2
Was it that bad?

Armageddon made me cry when I was a kid. I can't think of one right now, but I know theres a ton.

EDIT: The Temptations made me cry at the end when blue died
Hardball, when G baby died.
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#3
There are actually quite a few, but An American Crime rips me up something awful just about every time I watch it.
#4
Yeah, Click was heavy
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#5
Er.. I nearly cried when Jim revealed he bought an engagement ring for Pam on The Office.

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The only movie thats ever made me cry is Click. Saw it for the first time since I saw it in theaters, so sad


Wow, as soon as I saw the thread title, this was the first movie that came to mind.

This and Reign Over me.

+1 to you sir
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#7
The Green Mile - i always cry like a little bitch, and i have been doing it since i was 10, i always know whats going to happen and i always cry.

But the plus side is that due to all the crying i dont have to take a leak during the movie.
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#9
i cried when i watched The Ring because i **** myself half way through and people in the theater began to laugh
#10
I didn't cry, but the dog scene in I Am Legend...
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I absolutely adore that show (looks at avatar). There are a few points in throughout the show's history that have made me a bit teary-eyed. Had I been alone while watching I may have cried but I wasn't so I held it in. I don't like crying in front of others.
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#13
American History X almost brought me to tears at the end when Danny gets killed.
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#14
Damn, I've heard a lot of people say that about click but where he "dies" just didn't do it for me.

I just saw "Reign over me" and the part where Adam Sandler goes crazy over the picture of his family was heavy.
#15
requiem for a dream - my soul died after that movie
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The Green Mile - i always cry like a little bitch, and i have been doing it since i was 10, i always know whats going to happen and i always cry.

But the plus side is that due to all the crying i dont have to take a leak during the movie.


+1

and Man on Fire definitely (the end)
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Wow, as soon as I saw the thread title, this was the first movie that came to mind.

This and Reign Over me.

+1 to you sir

Reign Over Me is one of my favorite movies. +1
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#19
I am a robot,
I don't cry.

But Into the Wild was pretty heavy.

And everyone needs to see the movie God Grew Tired of Us.

It is a documentary of a group of Lost Boys from Sudan who move to America and it is really really amazing.
#20
Se7en. God i hated Kevin Spacey at the end of the movie. I just cried because of all of the evil that must exist in the world, and it had such a bleak outlook.

and definitely the Green Mile.
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I am a robot,
I don't cry.

But Into the Wild was pretty heavy.

And everyone needs to see the movie God Grew Tired of Us.

It is a documentary of a group of Lost Boys from Sudan who move to America and it is really really amazing.



ya for sure. Into the wild was awesome and really moving. its probably the most influential movie to me mostly because it was a true story
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In Castaway when Wilson floats away... Wilson I'm sorry! (sob)

I cried during that too.
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American History X almost brought me to tears at the end when Danny gets killed.


+1 to you.

That movie was so sad. A fantastic movie though.
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#29
The Lion King... still does probably
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if you don't cry when Simba shakes his dad's paw and goes "dad wake up, we gotta go"
then u are a heartless bastard with no soul
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That scene always gets me.
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#34
I Am Legend... scene where Will Smith cries to the mannequin in the video store
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#35
Air Bud.. The original.

I also cried during Click. And Castaway. And The Lion King. And basically every other movie with any sort of semi sad scene. Except the third star wars. I laughed my ass off when Padme goes "I don't KNOW you anymore..."
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That scene always gets me.
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The Iron Giant made be bawl my eyes out as a kid.

When he thought the kid died was pretty crazy. I know I'll sound stupid saying this but I felt for him. Good ending.
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The Lion King... still does probably
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if you don't cry when Simba shakes his dad's paw and goes "dad wake up, we gotta go"
then u are a heartless bastard with no soul


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If you are rowing down the road in your canoe and your wagon wheel falls off. How many pancakes does it take to make a doghouse?

Green, because a vest has no sleeves.

Can't we all just get a bong?
#38
amm lets see.. Persuit of Hapyness, Click too, amm Life's Beautiful almost and there are some more that I just cant remember
#39
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Se7en. God i hated Kevin Spacey at the end of the movie. I just cried because of all of the evil that must exist in the world, and it had such a bleak outlook.
I didn't cry, but I felt nauseous and dirty afterwards.
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