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Mine is Sling Blade. Once he hands the boy the hand made book mark that has the words, you will be happy, my eyes tear up because of the significance of it.
RhombusInTheSquare RhombusInTheSquare 36-40, F 16 Answers Dec 9, 2012 in Community

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The Fountain

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It's my favorite. i've watched it sooo many times,, lol

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Most of the better movies are underrated, independent and don't show long in the theaters, in my opinion.

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That is definitely true (:

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father of the bride, Sleepless in Seattle.

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The end of Sleepless and Seattle gives me the warm fuzzies.

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Death at a funeral cause the dwarf dnt get a cent :p Lol joking. I never, in my life, watched a movie twice apart from Disney animation when I was young.

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I'm not young, by many people's definition, because I'm 37 and I don't typically watch movies more than once, unless it's really good. There's a select few, like Sling Blade.

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My bad. Meant when I was a kid.

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"I Am Sam." It has me balling every time, and I rarely cry in films.

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That movie is a bit bitter sweet. Sean Pen did a great job playing the autistic guy. Like the character in Sling Blade, he didn't overdo it. A lot of times in movies when actors play those that are mentally challenged they overdo it to the point where it's annoying.

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Departures.

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The Green mile gets me. I can feel others like that guy could. And what I feel is painful to endure.

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That one gets me too. Great movie.

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The book is just as good.

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Joe Dirt.

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That's a funny movie.

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It's sad the dog dies.

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Boys don't cry.

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