Oh it looks good! Thanks
I watched it :) my husband cried a lot.
"The education of Charlie Banks" is another one that men relate to more. It got me pretty close but I forgot the name when I posted.Jesse Eisenberg is pretty great. "The Double" was a little weird.
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Yup always love your goat 🐐✋✋🙂
I’m tear n up
https://youtu.be/4m-MdzNKFnA If you like goats try tree climbing goats.
Animal movies do this to me. Like Marley and Me. I can’t even walk into a room where that’s playing without bursting into tears.
Marley n me nearly killed me.
I mean I had a noodle soup the other night that was so hot a cried 🤔
Is it similar to a dog's journey?
@pigoat I don’t watch animal ones I can’t handle
Your loss it's a really good movie. And the dog keeps being reincarnated into another dog's life. So while the break of the bond of owner and pet is sad. He's reborn so the ending of each story is only temporary sadness.
Oh see i didn't know it was a film series makes sense the stories are identical in both movies I will check them both out
Lion is a true story
Even if its a true story like yeah ill feel kinda bad but i won't cry cuz of it
I think o cry more for happy relief than I do for sad🤔
Watch n cry bro
I don’t think that movie made me cry... but it did impact my life.
I don’t watch animal movies , I can’t take the pain
It's a real story of a dog who waited on the train station for his boss who died at work, he waited more than 10 years until he died...I cried so much
Ok yeah. No. That summary makes me wanna cry.
:( :(. (
🙄 this makes me thirsty for gin
So drink one for me too
Ok yeah... I do t watch animal movies... I just can’t.
Nope Just Lion
But... I did cry in Lion King... so no shame xx
whats it about?
It’s a true story, it’s about a little Indian boy who get seperated from his family in India and ends up very lost. He gets picked up and ends up in an orphanage then he ends up being adopted by a Tasmania couple so moves to Australia. As an adult he can’t stop thinking about his Indian family and he sets out to try find them.
that sounds quite interesting, mostly if its out here making people cry haha, did he find his fam?
Oh no buddy, I’m not a spoiler.
Go watch n cry like I did.
im not gonna cry, might as well spoil it haha
You are !
trust me missy i won't 😂
Ok well I can’t disrespect the movie by sharing it’s end 🤷♀️. That’s like showing you someone else’s nudes. Just bad taste.
Did you mean the movie "Lie'n", short for lying?
@Red_Arrow nope ‘Lion’
thats a bit of a stretch but alright fair enough
Oh good pick!
Have you seen it I loved it
Yup multiple times 👍🏾
I'm not. I've never cried watching a movie.
Do you have tear ducts? You should get that checked!
I will at my next checkup.