Just one and that's the concentration camp scene from Band of Brothers and having found out that I belong to one of the first and most easily forgotten group of people persecuted by the Nazi's makes it an emotional scene for me.
The movie called "Lionheart" with Jean Claude Van Damne, at first I thought it was going to be another action movie (it was a action movie) but the towards the end of the movie it gets very emotional. I don't want to spoil it but it has a similar ending to "Homeward bound". The soundtrack that accompanies the ending scene can add further emotion to it.
My eyes start puddling up at the end of "A Little Princess" and at certain parts of "The Fault In Our Stars". I cried when I first watched "Me and Earl and The Dying Girl". Never going to read or watch it again because some of it is really stupid!
I pretty much cry in everything, I am such a crier. I cry in comedies sometimes, I cry in happy movies etc. My Sisters Keeper... Oh "Cyberbully", not very well known, but it got to me like crazy when (spoiler) she tried to kill herself. I was bullied in high school so it related + her acting.
Basically anything where someone else cries, I cry when others cry. My SO started to pretend to fake cry and I almost started actually crying -_-
Oh I hate that movie because it has such a sad ending, it ruins the whole movie for me. But I have countless movies that make me tear up. So many that I can't even think of one to name. I know when I was little I used to tear up in the Rugrats movies when Chuckie didn't have a mom to dance with, and when Tommy was taking care of Dil lol.