System
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16 years, 10 months ago
I really am a emotional person and so I have written down a list of films that make me weep

Edward Scissorhands
The Land before Time
The Secret of Nimh
All Dogs go to heaven
Dot and the Kangaroo
Harry and the Hendersons
The water babies
The Care Bears movie 1/2
    TheNighthaw
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    16 years, 10 months ago
    Those can be some real tearjerkers there, especially Edward Scissorhands like the part where the inventor is going to give him hands, but dies suddenly. And Edward kneels down to touch his face, and cuts him with his scissorhands.

    Two movies always make me cry: Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan with Spock at the end... and then Terminator 2 at the end where the Terminator, well not to spoil it for those who haven't seen it, but if you have you get the idea. And I rarely will cry or have a significant emotional response to a movie, I think a film has to be really well written and executed, plus involve characters you care about to elicit a strong response.
      System
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      16 years, 10 months ago
      Where The Red Fern Grows. I couldn't even hold the tears back. You know in cartoons where people's eyes turn into water fountains and fill up the room with water? That was my first reaction.
        System
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        16 years, 10 months ago
        I cried with Land Before Time too...
        I also am notorious for crying at "American Tail" when Fivel (sp?) gets left behind....something just hit me as a little kid and I cried hard :(

        Other movies too:
        Dot's Kangeroo
        One of the Carebear movies...(Just recently made me get teary eyed and im 24)
        Bambi
        Set it Off
        The Color Purple

        thats all I can think of right now...
          16 years, 10 months ago
          Savannah Smiles made me cry.
            nippythefish
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            16 years, 10 months ago
            Hell, I'll admit to crying like a wuss at 'All Dogs Go To Heaven'. Oh, and 'Where the Red Fern Grows'...definitely a sad one.
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              Badkitty
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              16 years, 10 months ago
              I agree on Where the Red Fern Grows, I can't even watch it. I was in second grade and my entire class sat down to watch it. I balled my eyes out and all the kids where asking if I was ok. I felt like such a sap, I had never cried in school but I just couldn't help it.

              the velveteen rabbit
              ghost
              Beaches
              Black Beauty
              the fox and the hound
              My girl

              I know these are not childhood films but they made me cry like a baby the first time I saw them

              Schindler's List
              The green Mile
              Titanic
              I am Sam
              I don't know about you, Miss Kitty, but I feel so much... yummier
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                sacredscred
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                16 years, 10 months ago
                I'm an emotional dislexic, I cry at movies that people laugh at, and laugh at movies where people cry at. Examples:

                The Sandlot
                Sixteen Candles
                Princess Bride......I would go on but I would just be embarassing myself :oops:


                The only "sad" movie that ever made me cry would have to be My Dog Skip!!! I wept at that one! :cry:
                  System
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                  16 years, 10 months ago
                  Definitely "Where the Red Fern Grows".
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                    jadedoz
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                    Milo and Otis
                    Still to this day the only movie I've ever cried in.
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                      Ray
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                      16 years, 10 months ago
                      From childhood, no movies got weepy.
                      Land Before Time came close, but never got me to cry.
                      An American Tail came damn close as well.

                      I have cried at a couple of movies after becoming legal adult age:

                      Saving Private Ryan
                      Rudy
                      We Were Soldiers

                      I think that is it.
                        Rhio2k
                        679 Posts
                        16 years, 10 months ago
                        All Dogs Go To Heaven: nuff said. "You can come home now."

                        Charlotte's Web...oh. MAN, that just nailed me:

                        How very special are we, for just a moment to be
                        Part of Life's eternal rhyme
                        How very special are we, to have on our family tree
                        Mother Earth and Father Time

                        He turns the seasons around, and so she changes her gown
                        But they always look in their prime
                        They go on dancing their dance of everlasting romance
                        Mother Earth and Father Time

                        The summer larks return to sing, oh, what a gift they give
                        Then autumn days grow short and cold, oh, what a joy to live

                        How very special are we, for just a moment to be
                        Part of Life's eternal rhyme
                        How very special are we, to have on our family tree
                        Mother...Earth....and father...time

                        Wilbur: ?...Charlotte? CHARLOTTE!!

                        Yeah, boy...messed me up GOOD. I went on for about a half hour. Too bad they messed around and made a sequel.
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                          sacredscred
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                          16 years, 10 months ago
                          Dang... you made me tear up just reading that!
                            xia83
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                            TheNighthaw
                            Two movies always make me cry: Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan with Spock at the end.


                            Oh yeah, my father was a huge Trekkie and I remember watching that when I was just a little kid, and I cried when Spock died.

                            Other movies that made me cry was Bambi (obvious reasons) and Dumbo. And Ringing Bell (80's anime).I still remember that being really a dark movie.
                            The muppet show Se. 1 (8-9-05)
                            Clarissa (8-9-05)
                            Garfield vol 4 (8-30-05)
                            Rocky & Bullwinkle: Se. 3 (9-6-05)
                            Toy Story (10th Anniversary Edition) (9-6-05)
                            Heathcliff & The Catillac Cats (9-20-05)
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                              Strandysmommy
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                              16 years, 10 months ago
                              I cried in The Carebears movie because something in it scared me...it wasn't a sad cry it was more of a "(sharp inhale) EAAHHHHHH!!! DADDY!!"

                              The Transformers movie made me cry, I was only 6 but I knew what was going on. ET makes me weepy.

                              Ah, there was this movie we watched in kindergarten, and there was a bullfight or something with cows, and something hurt the cow and it mooed very shrilly and I remember something hurting me about it and I started bawling...the WHOLE FREEKIN AFTERNOON! I don't know if that has something to do with why I refuse to eat red meat.

                              Forrest Gump made me cry...just generally any movie where someone is crying I cry....Magnolia, Steel Magnolias. Yeah pretty much it.
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                                Thew
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                                16 years, 10 months ago
                                I can Almost make it throught ET without crying
                                almost...that damn movie gets me every time
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                                  RaZZu
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                                  16 years, 10 months ago
                                  :shock: I am Sam, MY Girl would never cry 8 Seconds over Old Yeller. :shock:
                                  And now for something completely different................
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                                    Thew
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                                    16 years, 10 months ago
                                    RaZZu
                                    :shock: I am Sam


                                    that movie is the biggest tear jerker ever
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                                      System
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                                      16 years, 10 months ago
                                      There is of course, The Last Unicorn and Secret of NIMH now those were animated tear-jerkers! even "Wizard of Oz" did too on me on the ending where Dorothy leaves all her friends.
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                                        Strandysmommy
                                        The Transformers movie made me cry, I was only 6 but I knew what was going on.


                                        I didn't cry, but watching all the characters I grew up with get slaughtered made me pretty quiet and anti-social for a few days. For a kids' flick, it was incredibly dark.
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