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post #41 of 52 (permalink) Old 09-09-2013, 11:57 PM
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Terminator 2 used to always get me when I was younger.

Last Samurai gets me a little bit towards the end, when they basically go out and fight knowing they'll all die, but mostly because i'm empathetic to the idea of what Samurai represent which is nerdy but whatever. Also Click got me embarrassingly emotional towards the end with his dad dying and all that but I don't remember actually crying at that.

Machete also made me cry because it was the most awesome thing i've ever seen and I was laughing so hard.

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Hachiko made me cry like a bitch

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I tend to cry more from reading. But just going through my short list on my movie rack that makes me cry I would say "Hachi a dogs tale" just couldn't stop the waterworks.

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Million Dollar Baby and Boy's Don't Cry literally ripped my heart out. I once made the mistake of watching one after the other and it was awful.



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Only what, two mentions of Up? :|


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Only what, two mentions of Up? :|
Movies like Boy in Striped Pyjamas and Hachiko ends on a sad note.Movies like UP and Pursuit of Happiness end on a happier note.That's why I think UP isn't mentioned a lot more.

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Hachi: A Dog's Tale. It broke my damn heart, no film has ever made me cry as much as this before.

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post #49 of 52 (permalink) Old 09-15-2013, 09:03 AM
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Just got done watching Monsters Inc. a while ago.

Never occurred to me how many feels there really are in the final 15 minutes of this movie.

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"Hey.... Dad?"

Every. Time. Teared up just from the damn youtube clip.



Such a great film.
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