Movies that make you cry

Langsta

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I thought we had a thread like this, but apparently not. Anyways, the idea is pretty simple.

I'm gonna start off with one that not many would expect: Batman Begins. Although not necessarily a tearjerker per se, it's an extremely moving film, and I almost always bust out in tears towards the end when Alfred says "All those push-ups and you can't even lift a bloody log!" and Bruce is like "You haven't given up on me yet," and Alfred's like "Nevah." And then Batman suits up and then he sees Rachel and she's like, "Wait, who are you, let me at least see your face," or something, and Batman's like "It's not who I am underneath, but what I do that defines me," and she's like "Bruce?" and then Batman goes to kick some *** and save his city. I'm getting choked up just picturing the scene.:cry:

Pretty much any movie Christian Bale is in. Especially 3:10 to Yuma.

Anyways, anybody else want to confess?
 

Ice

Teh Sexy Monkey Queen
Any...anything that has people portraying others when they're not the same race.

It...it gets me every time. :cry:


DAMN YOU SHIA LABOUF AND NOT BEING BLACK!!!
 

Gemini

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Any...anything that has people portraying others when they're not the same race.

It...it gets me every time. :cry:


DAMN YOU SHIA LABOUF AND NOT BEING BLACK!!!

Peter Sellers in "The Party" made me cry tears of laughter (he played an Indian ... red dot not feather)
 

Gothamite

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Beauty and the Beast (yep),

Hook
(the flashback),

Superman: The Movie
(the Helicopter scene),

Batman Begins (the training scene in the Himalayas and Batman's first appearance),

The Truman Show
(the finale)

It's a Wonderful Life (The finale always has me weeping like an eight-year old girl)

Lone Wolf McQuade (Makes me cry with laughter. It's easily the most unintentionally funny movie I've ever seen.)
 
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Joe Kalicki

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Although I do agree Langsta is a wuss, I'll give a serious answer:

Forrest Gump when he's talking to Jenny at her grave.
 

Zombipanda

My Boom-Boom's mostly gay
These are the only movies that have made me cry.

White Fang
Requiem For a Dream
Brian's Song
Pan's Labyrinth

These are the only acceptable movies for a man to cry during.

That is all.
 
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Langsta

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:lol: I knew someone would say that.

Real men cry.

Any...anything that has people portraying others when they're not the same race.

It...it gets me every time. :cry:

What about Robert Downey JR. in blackface? I think you can make an exception there.

Although I do agree Langsta is a wuss, I'll give a serious answer:

Forrest Gump when he's talking to Jenny at her grave.

:lol:

Forrest Gump sucks.

Other movies that have made me cry: Spider-Man 2, and the Matrix at the end when Neo
comes back to life and stops the bullets
. A magical moment in film history.
 

Langsta

Well-Known Member
These are the only movies that have made me cry.

White Fang
Requiem For a Dream
Brian's Song
Pan's Labyrinth

These are the only acceptable movies for a man to cry during.

That is all.

Requiem for a Dream? That movie wasn't cry-worthy, it was just trippy as ****.
 

DARKKNIGHT

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Seeing that I am as manly as manly can get I have never cried at all during a movie. However if I were to, I might have cried during Moulin Rouge. And of course during the chase scene in Batman Begins, though those were tears of joy at how awesome it was.
 

Langsta

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Seeing that I am as manly as manly can get I have never cried at all during a movie. However if I were to, I might have cried during Moulin Rouge. And of course during the chase scene in Batman Begins, though those were tears of joy at how awesome it was.

"He's driving a black....tank!"



"At least tell me what it looks like!"
*VROOOOM*BADASS*VROOOOOM!!*
"....Never mind."
 

Hellsbuttmonkey

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Real men cry.


This is true. But not to Spiderman 2, Batman Begins and The Matrix. Sissy.

The only acceptable Batman film to cry over is Batman and Robin, because who wouldn't cry when they saw so many beloved characters roofied, raped, and tarred n feathered?
 

Langsta

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The Matrix seriously?

you should have your man-card revoked

It's a powerful scene, when he stops the bullets and effortlessly blocks every single one of Agent Smith's punches. It's one of those scenes where it feels like, I dunno, a shiver just goes right up your spine and your skin starts to shiver and it feels like a ghost has just passed through you. Something like that.

Only then is the entire audience 100% certain that he is the One. So bold. So moving. So tear-inducing.
 
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Gemini

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It's a powerful scene, when he stops the bullets and effortlessly blocks every single one of Agent Smith's punches. It's one of those scenes where it feels like, I dunno, a shiver just goes right up your spine and your skin starts to shiver and it feels like a ghost has just passed through you. Something like that.
yeeeaaaah
 

Zombipanda

My Boom-Boom's mostly gay
It's a powerful scene, when he stops the bullets and effortlessly blocks every single one of Agent Smith's punches. It's one of those scenes where it feels like, I dunno, a shiver just goes right up your spine and your skin starts to shiver and it feels like a ghost has just passed through you. Something like that.

?

Was some dude buggering you in the theater? Because that would probably explain the "being passed through" feeling. and the crying.
 
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Hellsbuttmonkey

Well-Known Member
It's a powerful scene, when he stops the bullets and effortlessly blocks every single one of Agent Smith's punches. It's one of those scenes where it feels like, I dunno, a shiver just goes right up your spine and your skin starts to shiver and it feels like a ghost has just passed through you. Something like that.

Only then is the entire audience 100% certain that he is the One. So bold. So moving. So tear-inducing.

Emo...
 
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