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grave of the fireflies for sure. I would not recommend that movie to those who have lost siblings
God damn you for reminding me of that movie. That movie and Barefoot Gen man.......


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Man on Fire had me 3 Also the first 15 min of UP


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Didn't cry watching it but can understand how someone would. It was legitimately depressing. If the guy hadn't survived, that would have been an immense downer. Watched it with my mates a couple of months back, they thought the same thing tbh.

Anyway, E.T. I was a kid when I watched it but that's the last movie which made me cry. Can't remember any others tbh.
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Seriously the most depressing ending of all time. I'm pretty sure it's on Netflix if you want your heart torn out.

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I nearly cry at a lot of films at parts that aren't even sad, I've no idea why.

Gran Torino, Armageddon etc are good shouts
Nobody will ever beat me for random crying. I cried during 3 min in of The Karate Kid movie with Jaden Smith when they were moving to China...... whoops

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Lol

Other than a few already mentioned- like Grave of the Fireflies, the 1st 15 minutes of Up, The Boy in the Striped Pajamas, I'd have to add Million Dollar Baby. Gets me everytime




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