What movie or a part of a movie always reduces you to tears?
What Girls Said 15
P. S. I love you with Gerard Butler and Hillary Swank.
Swear to god that movie is an emotional roller coaster.
Made me feel like a total head case. One minute I'm laughing the next I'm crying then back to laughing.
I don't really keep in track when I've cried in movies. I did almost cry though when my favorite character in a movie died.
The pursuit of Happyness. Always gets me sad seeing them on the streets.
Whatever happened to baby Jane.. I bet you don't know about that do ya
The ending in the notebook...
Green mile. So sad.
The final scene in Lost In Translation.
There was a movie that was inspired by One who flew over the cuckoos nest
except they changed it to a love story, where the main character does get mercy killed but by his uncle because the heroine's father injected him forcefully and made him paralyzed.
The guy was about to get released from the hospital and was gonna take the girl with him (they fell in love) but the father didn't want that so thats what he did
and the uncle couldnt see him suffer like that so he kills with a pillow
what makes me cry is when the girl comes smiling, with a suitcase, but gets shocked when she hears he is dead,
and the lisst scene they show now she is admitted to the hospital, in a wheel chair, tearful eyes, holding his photo..
What Guys Said 27
I was going to post a link, but I'd have to post the entire movie since i can't find just the scene.
Turner and Hooch, when Hooch gets shot and subsequently dies.
Dog death scenes always get me and always will.
Hachiko: A Dog's Story (2009) (True Story)
A college professor takes in an abandoned dog, Hachi, and they form an unbreakable bond. After the professor dies while away from home, the dog keeps vigil waiting for his master for nearly a decade.
Ohhh. . . I can't decide between the end of Smoke Signals or the scene from "The Business of FancyDancing". Where the main character and his siblings are sitting in a truck during a winter blizzard. They were just toddlers.
The pursuit of happiness. A specific scene that melts my heart
Space Cowboys - when Tommy Lee Jones' character (finally) makes it to the moon...
ingreeting... I can't remember apexsctly which one
but most often it's forging friendships that reunite, loyalty stronger than death itself, true love...
the last one is shawshank redemption, Andy dufrene finally reunited with Morgan freeman at the end... awesome closing
I have yet to find a film to genuinely make me cry. I've seen a few that makes me sad or even tear up a little, but never full out cry.
Ok again proving I am old,,, er,,, but when they bury the dogs in Where the red fern grows, and the end of Life as a house as he does the narrative about then end of his life.
Never wanted to admit this, but when grown simba talks to his dead father mufasa in the sky.
Pursuit of happiness
Other than that i'm rock solid.
From Immortal Beloved
It kills me he couldn't hear this as we do...
I can't stand the idea of holding a pistol to a child's head
From the movie Fearless
About the most beautiful scene ever filmed
Korean drama autumn in my heart
Drop Dead Fred sliding down the bannister.
When old yeller died!
The locker room scene from Brian's Song.
The end of Hachikō: A Dog's Story.
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