Which movies made you cry?

Nickie

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Most of the Star Trek movies. Nanny McPhee. Robin Williams movies.
 

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The Iron Giant (I was like 5 or 6)
I Spit on Your Grave made me cry at the end but that was 3 days after my grandpa died so I don't think it was the movie doing it...
Star Wars Episode 2 made me cry laughing...

EDIT: E.T. THAT movie made me cry.
 

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Field of Dreams for me, I lost my Father when I was young, would love to play catch with him one last time... I lost it at the end.
 

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A Star is Born with Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga. I cried at the very end.
 
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A Star is Born with Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga. I cried at the very end.
When I saw this thread, I was looking for this answer. That part gets me! I arranged "I'll Never Love Again" on the uke and I feel the emotion every time I play it.
 

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:agree:

I am still traumatized by Old Yeller and Where the Red Fern Grows...
I loved Old Yeller as a kid. I've never seen Where The Red Fern Grows, but I have read the book to my kids and to a few classes of kids while I was teaching.

This reminds me of a song by Canadian singer/songwriter Li'l Andy called I Don't Feel A Thing Any More. It has a verse that goes:

My shrink said what I needed to do was cry,
So I went to the Cineplex and I gave it a try.
At the end Old Shep was dead;
A little boy shot him through the head,
But I felt no teardrop welling in my eye.
 

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Oddly... 50 Shades Of Grey
Fast & Furious 7
Leon
The Green Mile
Armageddon
Seven Pounds
 

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Recently: Everything Everywhere All At Once.

Brilliant, funny, sweet, hilarious, thrilling, moving movie; I'm planning to go see it again while it's still in cinemas, it's the kind of movie that starts out great and only gets better on re-watching.

To quote a review I read afterwards;
"It's about a middle-aged woman trying to do her taxes.
Also, it has more martial arts scenes involving sex toys than one would expect."