I literally (for some odd reason) went to see it about 72 hours after my personal horse passed away. And I bawled like a baby when the horse was attacked by the mountain lion. Even though the horse ended up living lol
I also went and saw Marley and Me the day my dog was put down. Again. No idea why. And my brother and I just sat there and sobbed while my dad sat there like, "Why the hell did my children subject me to this movie if they were just going to cry the whole time?"
I cry really often when I watch movies and I have no idea why. Here are a few movies that got the tears flowing at least once. It's hard to make me cry in a movie twice though, and only Lilo & Stitch has done that to me.
Here's my list:
The Passion of the Christ The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas Hachi: A Dog's Tale The Great Gatsby Lilo & Stitch Marley & Me Stepmom Terms of Endearment Steel Magnolias Something's Got to Give Sophie's Choice The Lion King
There are also so many more but you get the general idea.
Mary and Martha from HBO movies. It was one American Women and the other one was from England and basically they went to Africa and both their sons died from a disease called malaria. That comes from a mosquito. You should look it up.
Mamma mia. When I watched it with my mom and the song Dancing queen came on my mom started to tear up and said that the song take her back. She explained how "time just flies by and she still feel like she's young even though now she's well past her prime". My moms age might not be seventeen but her spirit make her just as young and beautiful as she have always been and always will be.
I didn't personally cry but since I can't think of any movie that has done it try to watch this documentary earthlings without crying lots of fucked up shit some of my friends couldn't do it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JpPRi7st8pY