Bridge to Terabithia A Walk to Remember City of Life and Death The Road Home Not One Less My Sassy Girl Life is Beautiful Forrest Gump Hope Magnifico Love Letter Mary & Max Little Big Master Inside Out Saving Private Ryan Wall-E Miracle in Cell No. 7 When Marnie Was There
And there are few more... I can't cry in real so I cry while watching films. People call me heartless jerk :'(
Definitely, Maybe. Regarding Henry. Love Finds You in Sugarcreek. I love romantic comedies!! That part, in 'As Good as it Gets' when Jack Nicholson tells Helen Hunt, that she makes him want to be a better man!! I KNOW that a lot of 'tough' guys just ball, at that scene!!
* Saving Private Ryan (final scene) * Finding Nemo (Nigel tells Nemo his dad is looking for him) * Braveheart (final scene) * Field of Dreams (last five minutes) * To Kill a Mocking Bird ("Miss Jean Louise, stand up. Your father's passing.") * Schindler's List ("I didn't do enough... I could have saved one more person, but I didn't.")
And while it doesn't really do it for me anymore, a special mention for the first movie I remember tearing up over as a kid: E. T.
The only one i cried at was when i was a kid. I watched a film with the old man. There was a group of miners have a cave in at the mines and theyre trying to get them out. The donkey they use to pull the carts of coal, you get attached to it. It goes back down and tries to kick its way through the cave in and obviously causes another and gets buried. I remember bubbling like a big girl at that
None. I laughed at ”The Pursuit of Happyness” when the little boy dropped his Captain America toy and his dad didn't give a fuck but instead started yelling at him to keep running because they needed to get a spot in a homeless shelter for another night. Hatchi was sad. didn't cry though
posted exactly the same question a month ago... that was a really sad movie. by the way, I'm a 26 Try these ones: One day (2011) And this “Jennifer's Body” yes, it is weird but I felt it…didn’t have tears though. Can you suggest movies like them?
I try not to watch movies that will make me cry like that, haha. But yes, The Lovely Bones is one of them, as well as Marley and Me and I think it's the Narnia movie, you know, the one where the girl dies crossing the bridge or whatever? It's been years since I've seen it.
Dancer in the dark, The constant gardener, Life is beautiful, Oliver Twist (1948), Curse of the golden flower, Hotel Rwanda, Abre los ojos... If the movie is sad I will probably cry, I'm quite sensitive, but only if I'm alone, if I'm with others I would make my best effort to hold my tears.