Thread: Weepiest/Made you cry the most.

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    I dunno why ... I was small ... It makes no sense now when I watch them.
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      Awww.... Man!

      There were a few shows/movies that made me cry.

      The Rugrats Mother's Day Special: Toward the ending when Chuckie's dad reads the poem his mother wrote for him before she passed away made me teary eyed because Chuckie's mom left Chuckie at such a young age.

      The ending of Brother Bear when Koda's Mother's Spirit hugs him farewell made me bawl. Hell, it made my mom bawl too. *gets a li'l choked up*

      The scene in Short Circuit 2 where Jonny 5 got beaten by Oscar, the old guy whom Johnny 5 thought was his friend made me cry.

      Ray ...seeing how Ray Charles grew up in Georgia and how he lost his sight and how his baby brother, George drowned in that pail of water made me sad. I cried at the end of the movie because of how they interpreted how Ray Charles suffered in his life. The movie phased me quite a bit since I'm partially blind myself.
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        The songs "The Rainbow Connection" from "The Muppet Movie" and "Somewhere Over The Rainbow" from "The Wizard Of Oz" make me teary. I also find myself getting misty-eyed at the song "Pure Imagination" from "Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory".
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          believe it or not but i always weep when i watch pokemon the first movie the scene where ash is turned to stone and the reaction of pikachu makes me bawl
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            Quote by skyechan
            When I was little, several of the older Disney movies. (Scene in Dumbo for instance. How can you not cry at that song?)

            As for a recent movie, Hotel Rwanda. That was ridiculously sad.

            the one where dumbo's mother is caged, c'mon to this day i cant watch that , an im 29. forget the Bambi's mother dying scene. the dumbo scene is the one to cry about. i remember the first time i saw it i could not stop crying, and i was 14.


            Well, since you were so upset and crying that you just had to turn it off, here's what happens in the end.....


            DUMBO'S MOM DIES!!!!!!
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              The Fox and the Hound

              The Lion King

              Petshop of Horrors

              Sailor Moon

              Galaxy Express 999

              Heathers (*SPOILER*) I got teary at the part when JD died and the way people treated Martha.

              Futurama (*SPOILER*) When Fry's dog waited for him til the day he died.

              Fresh Prince of Bel Air (*SPOILER*) When Will's father walked out on him for the second time.

              True Romance

              King of Masks

              Alice in Wonderland

              All in the Family (*SPOILER*) When Edith died.

              Untamed Heart

              Bambi

              Charlie Brown's Christmas Special

              Farewell My Concubine

              Annie

              Stella

              Some Marlon Brando and Bette Davis movies made me tear up, too.

              Edit: spelled Christmas wrong.
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                Honestly, in Terminatior 2 in the end, when he lowered himself into the molten steel, i always...had something in my eye...
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                  Quote by LaLaRu
                  The Fox and the Hound

                  The Lion King

                  Petshop of Horrors

                  Sailor Moon

                  Galaxy Express 999

                  Heathers (*SPOILER*) I got teary at the part when JD died and the way people treated Martha.

                  Futurama (*SPOILER*) When Fry's dog waited for him til the day he died.

                  Fresh Prince of Bel Air (*SPOILER*) When Will's father walked out on him for the second time.

                  True Romance

                  King of Masks

                  Alice in Wonderland

                  All in the Family (*SPOILER*) When Edith died.

                  Untamed Heart

                  Bambi

                  Charlie Brown's Chrismas Special

                  Farewell My Concubine

                  Annie

                  Stella

                  Some Marlon Brando and Bette Davis movies made me tear up, too.


                  EDITH DIES?

                  lol
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                    EDITH DIES?

                    lol


                    Thanks for spoiling the spoiler.

                    LOL!
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                      believe it or not but i always weep when i watch pokemon the first movie the scene where ash is turned to stone and the reaction of pikachu makes me bawl


                      OK, I admit it...I cried a little during that scene also. :oops:

                      My mom says I cried when Bambi's mom got shot, but (and I'm being honest here) I remember almost nothing about that movie.

                      There was an episode of Pokémon called "Bye Bye Pikachu" or something like that. Ash sees this group of wild Pikachu and decides his Pikachu might be happier with them. I got a little misty-eyed when I watched that one.

                      And of course the "Baby Mine" song from Dumbo that folks mentioned earlier. That's a tough scene to watch.
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                        Quote by NeonNightrider
                        Quote by Garbage
                        believe it or not but i always weep when i watch pokemon the first movie the scene where ash is turned to stone and the reaction of pikachu makes me bawl


                        OK, I admit it...I cried a little during that scene also. :oops:

                        My mom says I cried when Bambi's mom got shot, but (and I'm being honest here) I remember almost nothing about that movie.

                        There was an episode of Pokémon called "Bye Bye Pikachu" or something like that. Ash sees this group of wild Pikachu and decides his Pikachu might be happier with them. I got a little misty-eyed when I watched that one.

                        And of course the "Baby Mine" song from Dumbo that folks mentioned earlier. That's a tough scene to watch.


                        Oh, god! You definitely need help! I mean, crying about some stupid movie where some cute baby animal's mommy almost dies! Yup, there is something wrong with y'all.
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                          forrest gump
                          when his momma died ,i'm sure i had something in my eye
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                            1. Follow that Bird
                            2. The original American Tale movie
                            3. Punkey Bruster episode when the building burns down
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                              I just watched Charlotte's Web again the other day (I don't own it, it was on HBO Family) and I swear I must have cried like four times. The two most prevalent were when Wilbur finds out what his ultimate fate is (dinner), and the other, of course, when Charlotte dies (I was practically sobbing). If spiders could sing heart-wrenching songs IRL I would never squish another spider again.

                              The ironic thing is that I never cried when I watched it as a kid (at least I don't remember ever crying), and I'm 27 now.

                              What else ... ET made me cry, although I've only seen it once.

                              American Beauty. Seen it 15 times and the ending still sends me into a frenzy of tears.

                              Spirited Away, when Haku learns his real name.

                              I'm sure I'll think of more later.
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                                In Trigun.. After he kills.. that one guy (trying not to make a big spoiler here)
                                The whole commercial before the next episode, and then the next episode itself.
                                When Meryl leaves the room and he just starts screaming and crying.. It really makes me ache inside, cause thats kind of the way I cry too. Especially if Im pretty freaked abotu something..
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                                  I cried a little towards the end of AI: Artificial Intelligence.
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                                    Reading through the beginning of this thread, it looked like nobody was gonna mention "Bambi," "The Fox and the Hound" or "Watership Down." But now that they've been mentioned... I can't watch the end of "Annabelle's Wish," and recently I welled up during Kitty's speach in the last episode of "That '70s Show." Yeah, I'm a big ol' girl (which is sad since I'm a 30 year-old guy!).
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                                      Quote by Retro


                                      The Rugrats Mother's Day Special: Toward the ending when Chuckie's dad reads the poem his mother wrote for him before she passed away made me teary eyed because Chuckie's mom left Chuckie at such a young age.



                                      i totally forgot about this, but reading it just now made me cry...oh man.

                                      i think i cry more than anyone when it comes to movies/tv

                                      Follow that Bird- i cry when Maria is reading the letter from Big Bird and he writes "...i should be happy here...whats wrong with me?"
                                      Selena- i cry at the end every time,
                                      Finding Nemo - i cry in the beginning,
                                      Mr. Holland's Opus,
                                      Forrest Gump,
                                      Fried Green Tomatoes,
                                      i remember crying during an episode of Denver the Last Dinosaur and i dont know why, i think i cried during the pound puppy movie too... i can't think of all the movies that have made me cry...the list is so long
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                                        movies/TV shows/other stuff i was sobbing through: AI (near the end),
                                        this one episode of Sailor Moon (forgot the episode name),
                                        Inuyasha: the snow scene from Movie 1 but i'm used to it now...., 2 of the eps which were Farewell Kikyo My Beloved and Return To the Place We First Met
                                        The ending of Super Mario World 2 where the stork takes Mario and Luigi and brings them to their parents..
                                        Final Fantasy VII: Aeris' Death Scene (i nearly sobbed but had to concentrate on fighting Jenova*Life but i felt bad for Cloud)
                                        Simon Birch: forget which scene.. but i think it was near the end
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                                          A Walk to Remember; I should say that it wasn't just the ending that made me cry, but the last 40 minutes of the movie, starting after Jamie (Mandy Moore) reveals to Landon (Shane West) that she has leukemia and nothing can be done for her, and the tears continued from that point until the movie was over. The saddest scene, at least in my mind, happened some 15 minutes or so later when Jamie, suddenly looking very sick when she turns to her father, faints and has to be rushed to the hospital. From that point on until the movie was over, it was all tears, not just on my end, but pretty much everybody watching with a few exceptions. The movie theater staff had a *VERY* difficult time trying to keep up with distributing tissues for everyone to blow their noses and dry their eyes (Not that anyone used them, as everyone preferred to just cry). The ending, which destroyed me, was equally sad, especially when Landon says "I'm sorry she (Jamie) never got her miracle", to which Reverend Sullivan (Peter Coyote) replies "She did; it was you".

                                          Needless to say, when all was said and done, I could not walk home, and the girl who I sat next to in the movie theater and then gave me a ride had to hold my hand as she drove along (it was now approaching 11:30 pm, approximately 90 minutes before town curfew), because we both were an emotional mess, as was everyone else who went to the theater and saw "A Walk to Remember" that night. When I got home, my mom had left the door unlocked for me to get in, though she and my younger sister had already gone to bed.

                                          At school the following Monday (January 28, 2002), when asked by this same girl (Not naming names) what I thought about the movie, I didn't have much, if anything at all, to say, except saying that essentially, it left me feeling emotionally (and somewhat physically) drained after it was over, and in the process, when I thanked her again for giving me a ride home from the theater that Friday night, she hugged me and said "No problem", and from there, we went our separate ways.

                                          Another movie that really made me cry just as bad as "A Walk to Remember", perhaps more so, was a movie that came out about 6 months or so ago called "I'm Not Ashamed"; for anyone who doesn't know what the movie is about, "I'm Not Ashamed" tells the story of Rachel Joy Scott, the first victim of the Columbine massacre in April of 1999. Rachel Scott (Portrayed by Masey Mclain) was a very devout Christian in her later life, and many people believe that this is what led to her death at the hands of two of her classmates (Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold); in this case, however, what really brought the tears to my eyes was obviously when Rachel was shot, but also the ensuing scene when classmates gathered to spread flowers on the top and hood of Rachel's car, as well as the funeral, and the end of the movie when Rachel's mom went in Rachel and her sister's room and put her hand in the handprint that Rachel had drawn when she was only eight years old.
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