I only teared up from a movie once. I was like 11 or 12 (granted those years weren't great for me), and before I reached high school I actually was a bit emotional. It took me until high school before I forced myself to become less emotionally awkward. I think the only movie I ever teared up at was Bridge to Terabithia.
I was just kinda thinking to myself "Oh look it's another super cliche feel good movie about fantasy. Woop dee doo. Hey Lesley is a pretty cool person. Yep, just a feel good movie. Nothing interesting is going to happen..." ... Then BAM! They were like "Your friend Lesley's dead." I didn't know how to feel about this. So I started to tear up as my super emotional 11 or 12 year self, but I forced myself to hold back the tears from forming.
Ever since then, I haven't cried at any movie or been close to it at all. I have trouble forming emotional connections with movies nowadays.
🎶Because I'm dreeeeaaaaming of you tonight, and tomoooooorrrrrrow I'll be holding you tiiiight, and there's nowhere in the world I'd rather beeeeeee... than here in my room, dreaming about you and meeeeeeeeee--AND SHE'S DEAD.
It's not a movie, but it's an anime series called Clannad. I've never cried watching anything. I wouldn't dare think of watching the two seasons of Clannad without several boxes of tissues first and I've only cried a countable number of times in my life. It's the only thing that's ever caused me to legitimately cry a lot. However, I did get a little worked up at the end of Pan's Labyrinth (one of my favorite movies) and also in the beginning of Disney's UP as well as Grave of the Fireflies by Hayao Miyazaki.
The Prince of Egypt. When Moses returns and Pharoe greets him like a brother and he warns him it can't be that way as long as his people are enslaved. It saddens both and angers Pharoe. Moses warns his brother about the angel of death and top paint blood on his door Pharoe doesn't listen and blames Moses on his sons death.
Yes, @CHARismatic110, I love that movie and always find it Sad with Selena having to die so young and so unfairly. I loved her music and this actress who Played her, did such a tremendously Great job. Another tear jerker, which I have been watching that comes on Easter holidays, is "King of Kings" with Jeffrey Hunter. Everytime I see this movie, the way the movie was Done like in a biblical way in those Times with the film affect Way, I cry my eyes out because this man could really be Jesus, and no matter Who tries to portray Him on Any modern day movie, will never fill his shoes. Sadly, I read, in Real life, that Jeffrey died back then of a head injury. I hope he is with Jesus now because he certainly deserves to sit at the Right hand of God. Good luck. xx
I cry while watching movies ALL the time haha I was watching 13 going on 30 last night and when she starts crying at the end when she goes to talk to Matty right before his wedding... i was crying so hard haha
that being said, the only movie that comes to mind that I've seen a bunch of times and that I consistently cry over is Becoming Jane
We watched this movie that was based off a book called Stone Fox in 4th grade and I think one of the dogs dies or something and me and this one girl were bawling our eyes out. And Romona and Beezus the movie when the cat dies. And the Fault in our stars omg. And Guardians of the Galaxy.