The ones that come to my mind that made cry are:
3)Fried Green Tomatoes
4)You've Got Mail
6)Message in a Bottle
7)Where the heart is
10)Sleepless in Seattle
This movie is nowhere near my generation, but I was up late one night and caught the last half of the movie. I bawled, I mean really bawled when Katie calls Hubble and asks him to come over and promises not to touch him, but that she needs him to come because she needs to talk to...
1. BIG FISH (USA): The last scene is really moving. It would be great to have a perfect death with all your family, friends and the people you met in life clapping and congratulating you for the life you had.
2. RHAPSODY IN AUGUST (Japan): The movie is tender and it moves...
Since my mom almost died when I was 10, I'm super susceptible to mom-dying movies.
When I watched "Ponette" I began crying within maybe 10 minutes of the movie beginning, and didn't stop until about half an hour after it was over. The crying crescendoed somewhere...
One of the most true social commentaries of our time. We in the U.S. invade other people to take the stuff they have that we need, devastating their countries and murdering their people.
Do we ever bother to know those people? Nope, we just accept the government story...
"Sophie's Choice". It's a movie about the Holocaust duing WW2 and I really can't say more than that or it will spoil the movie for those who dig it up. It's about 20 years old and had Myrle Streep in it. I don't want to ruin it by telling all. I can't.
I'm a bit analytical (and obviously in need of a 'real' job) so I looked at the comments so far. Applied a really fair scoring technique (how many times a movie was mentioned & what place it was mentioned in). Here's our Experience Project Ranking of the most tear...
UGH, The Time Traveller's Wife (with Rachel McAdams). Gets me every time... I also find Dandelion (with Vincent Kartheiser) really sad and Evening (with Claire Danes) too. Oh, and of course, The Notebook, but everyone knows that.
Mickey Rourke is wonderful playing a middle-aged, professional wrestler to coming to grips with his out-of-control life. Once famous he's finds himself in a trailer park with a broken-down body struggling to get by. Life's socked him. He's trying to get it together. His persona...
I am a huge movie buff I watch every sort of film no mater what country it's made in and to date the best and tragically the saddest movie I have ever seen is a movie called The Cure. It's about a young boy who gets AIDS from and blood transfusion, and no one in town will get...
I won't tell you what its about because it would really spoil it for you..Just watch it. It's an amazing film starring Robert Pattinson. Yes, the Twilight guy. But forget you know him from that. This is such a moving film, It's reduced me to tears everytime i've watched it.
"What dreams may come" is the one that gets me to tears a lot,or "the bear" from '88,that one is a heartbreaker,about a bear cub that looses his mom and makes friends with an older bear that takes em under his wings,both of these are the best ones i saw...
I watched Return To Me on video a few months after my divorce... I cried like a baby. it brought feelings to the surface that I didn't realize I had. now I love to watch a good tear-jerker every now and then.
I watched this movie a few weeks ago and I loved it. I love Johnny Depp and Leonardo Decaprio. It was a tear jerker. The movie itself was very good it made you happy and emotional every step of the way but the very end really had me crying. All good movies play with your...
I'm sure this list will grow as I remember more movies that made me cry.
The Land Before Time - adorable baby dinosaurs who's parents have all been killed...um...needless to say, I cried like baby (I was a teenager at the time, but I'm sure I'd still cry)
The dirty dozen.....when he's running through the gun fire and dies just as he gets there throwing the grenades.....
Platoon - when the guy is running out of the jungle being shot as he chases after the helicopters and they are already in the air leaving him behind...
This film is a great favourite of mine. this film is a time travel romance film directed by Jeannot Szwarc . and has a brilliant storyline. The main character Richard Collier, is a play write and gets given a watch by an old lady on the opening night of his 1st stage production...
1. Old Yeller - Anybody whose seen it and didn't shed at least one tear is pretty messed up. :P
2. The Passion Of The Christ- I'm not even Christian and I cried for a good 20 minutes throughout this one.
3. Into The Wild- Well, it's just freakin' sad. Watch it.
4. V For...
The ones that make me cry are:
2) Pearl Harbor
4) Independence Day (yeah, I know)
5) Twister (yup, I know)
6) Robin Hood:Prince of Thieves
7) Green mile
8) Forrest Gump
9) Where the Red Fern Grows
The NotebookAmericaThe Last SongRemember MeOn Thin IceI Can Do Bad All By MyselfWhere The Red Fern GrowsThe Lion KingDumboDear JohnI have a lot more but those are some of the big ones. Want more feel free to ask. Any suggestions for me?
I cry watching sentimental commercials so it doesn't take much for a movie to get me crying but here are a few movies that have me sobbing like a baby:
1) What Dreams May Come. I basically cry from start to finish with this movie. I cry for the characters' grief and then I cry...
A Walk to Remember: I read the book. Man. I cried like a baby. If I read that book again. I think I will cried again.Titanic. I didn't cry. If I watch it again. Maybe I will cry.Sweet November. Well. I didn't cry but it was sad.
these movies didn't all necessarily make me CRY, but i hardly EVER cry. they all gave me the feeling like i was going to cry though...and during some i actually did, to my surprise.
Lawrence of Arabia
Mr. Holland's Opus
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
Blood Diamond. The scene between the father and son. Some incredible acting.
The ending to Gran Torino, I hated that, no spoilers but that was a tear jerker for me.
The ending of Good Will Hunting, the "It's not your fault" scene, it was quite prominent for me.
It stars halle berry and Jessica lange. Its about a black woman who abondons her baby because she is messed up on drugs. Three years later the baby is adopted by a white family, but the biological mother (halle berry) is now sober and wants her baby back. Jessica Lange the woman...
I have many!
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Fried Green Tomatoes
At First Sight
A Walk to Remember
The Green Mile
The World According to Garp
...just a start...lol
Yeah yeah, I cry during some movies...kiss my ***.
Autumn in New York: I tear up everytime...how lame huh?
Forrest Gump: the end where he had to bury Jenny by their tree and he was talking to her....god dammit.
High Fidelity: Not because it is sad, but because it is damn...
That movie made me cry from begining to end. I was going through one of those "it only lasted 3 months high school" break ups and was really emotional at the time I watched the very first time. But even then every time I watch it there are some scenes that get me every time...