Discussion in 'TV & Movies' started by skrinkle, Dec 17, 2017.
The English Patient
I don't remember the name, but it was a movie that my mom wanted to see about a little girl with cancer. In the end there was nothing the doctors could do for her, so her parents took her out of the hospital so she could die at home. The part that made me cry is that the girl wrote in her diary that she was going home to die, but that she didn't want to tell her parents, because she thought they didn't know.
pro tip: don't watch movies your mom wants to see.
When I was two, I saw The Wizard Of Oz for the first time, and I cried when it was over because I didn't want it to end. There have been a few times when movies have touched me and I "got something in my eye." "Old Yeller" was one.
I can’t even think about Old Yeller. Why my mom showed me that movie when I was a small kid idk
I've seen/heard people talking about old yeller a lot, it's even mentioned in a couple of movies, but I've never seen it.
The Iron Giant, Grave of the Fireflies. Both animations weirdly enough
I don't think it ever happened to me to cry with a movie. I mostly watch action, sci-fi, horror and comedy though.
I cried last night at how amazing Star Wars was. Real tearjerker space epic. Loved it.
The best of me
Two Robin Williams movies (more than that probably, but these two stand out)
What Dreams May Come - it’s one of the most beautiful movies I’ve ever seen, and it’s so fucking sad
Dead Poet’s Society - it’s all positive and uplifting and then it crushes your heart
I don’t recall crying while watching movies.
The lion king on broadway legit made me shead a tear. Everything was so cool. I remeber thinking why tf are my eyes watering? And that was the first time I experienced tears of joy. I was 12
I think I cried when the marines in Avatar were destroying the Nav'ii Home Tree, it was so sad. Damnit~
This episode of Seinfeld is the only thing I know about the English Patient.
I have it on DVD and you never got curious and watched it?
No, I trust Elaine
Six Days Seven Nights (1998)
Seven (the ending)
Homeward Bound, when I was like 7
I almost didn't finish it because I thought Shadow died
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