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  • Clive_Dunn 2 Aug 2012 18:50:46 4,840 posts
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    Silent Running as DB has already mentioned.

    The last scene from Shawshank Redemption.

    /blubs a manly tear.
  • Ged42 2 Aug 2012 19:09:15 7,981 posts
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    Another for Grave of the Fireflies and Watership Down.

    Also the grim World War 1 film Regeneration.
  • MadCaddy13 2 Aug 2012 19:09:52 2,302 posts
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    AI. That boy is forever looking for his mother but she is long since dead.
    So sad
  • Gruff 2 Aug 2012 19:25:18 3,074 posts
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    Yeah, Grave of the Fireflies is horrifically tragic, monumentally, watched it once, have it on DVD, doubt I will ever watch it again, but glad I have it.

    Tony Takitani, Twilight Samurai,Eternal Sunshine, the bit where he is under the table gets me (probably some repressed childhood incident) Departures, Sideways, fuck, I could go on forever.

    Also on a not unrelated subject, sporting achievement especially for teams, I had to buy a Kleenex multipack just for the Olympics :cry:

    Case in point watch the end of this interview....grabs Kleenex

    Edited by Gruff at 20:09:51 02-08-2012
  • MadCaddy13 2 Aug 2012 21:23:51 2,302 posts
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    Billy_Sastard wrote:
    Just hearing the song Bright Eyes from Watership Down has me tearing up, man I'm such a wet blanket.
    lol reminds me of the league of gentlemen.
  • Ocrovastru 2 Aug 2012 23:21:03 627 posts
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    Have any of you ever seen "Pay it forward". Now that film is cruelly crafted and cynically designed to make grown men cry at the end. It works on me every single time.

    I hate the main child actor, I hate the mawkishness, I hate the whole thing. But I cannot help but 'get something in my eye' when I see it.
  • Savatage 2 Aug 2012 23:30:56 38 posts
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    Bridge to Terebethia. I watched it once on a long haul flight to LA thinking it was sort of a LOTR for kids that would have me nodding off in no time. By the end I was perilously close to blubbing out loud on a plane full of people.

    Oh, and Moon. The bit where the idiotic yellow smiley face on the Kevin Spacey robot breaks down and starts weeping, gets me every time.
  • faux-C 2 Aug 2012 23:39:55 10,266 posts
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    I just watched Beginners. Add that to the blubbing list.
  • Deleted user 3 August 2012 05:53:18
    IA with Watership Down!

    Adding to the list is Hachiko.
  • munki83 3 Aug 2012 06:27:47 1,591 posts
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    I once had tears in my eyes at the end of Das Boot. Also grave of the fireflys is too heart breaking. I watched it with my mum she couldn't hold it together by the end
  • OmniaVincitAmor 3 Aug 2012 09:17:18 1,883 posts
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    Becoming a father makes you an emotional wreck about anything. Fact. Emotionally uplifting gets me just as much as sad now as well. Good will hunting always gets me. The it's not your fault bit. I love that film.
  • Buztafen 3 Aug 2012 09:20:50 16,938 posts
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    Armageddon can fuck off. Everytime!

    BRUUUUUUUUUCE!!!! DONT DIE! :cry:

    Edited by Buztafen at 09:21:09 03-08-2012
  • Buztafen 3 Aug 2012 09:30:28 16,938 posts
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    Also, recently Never let me go had me blubbing like a girl. Garfield's epic in it.
  • santashi 3 Aug 2012 09:36:10 5,167 posts
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    munki83 wrote:
    Also grave of the fireflys is too heart breaking. I watched it with my mum she couldn't hold it together by the end
    It was the opposite with me. My mum had recorded it from the TV for me and I was the one who was a sobbing wreck by the end of it mumbling 'How could theyyyy?'. Mind you, I think I traumatised her with In Bruges so swings and roundabouts...
  • TechnoHippy 3 Aug 2012 09:40:17 14,707 posts
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    @Billy_Sastard

    Gets my vote - A.I.'s ending is a heart wrencher.
  • Blakester 3 Aug 2012 09:45:35 3,770 posts
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    Buztafen wrote:
    Also, recently Never let me go had me blubbing like a girl. Garfield's epic in it.
    That film should come with a health warning. I was depressed for days after watching it.

    A.I. and Good Will Hunting are both great shouts too.
  • craigy Staff 3 Aug 2012 09:55:05 8,177 posts
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    Holy shit yeah, I forgot about Never Let Me Go. I was moping around for days after seeing that.
  • Blakester 3 Aug 2012 10:12:52 3,770 posts
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    Anyone mentioned Jerry Maguire?

    I don't mean the "You complete me" scene cos I actually don't find that particularly affecting.

    It's the scenes with Rod Tidwell after the game and on the chat show.
  • Buztafen 3 Aug 2012 10:16:05 16,938 posts
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    craigy wrote:
    Holy shit yeah, I forgot about Never Let Me Go. I was moping around for days after seeing that.
    It is like being punched in the emotional nutsack for 90 minutes. Lovely movie.
  • Deleted user 3 August 2012 10:23:35
    Anything to do with the Holocaust: The Pianist, Life is Beautiful, etc.
    The Fountain (my personal emo film)
    and yes, the end of Planes, Trains... John Candy is a dude.

    Although the very end, and the whole thing with the wife, throughout the story, I hate. She's annoying, and the Hughes 'family RULES OK' schtick is not much fun.

    I didn't find Never Let Me Go very... anything, sadly.
  • OmniaVincitAmor 3 Aug 2012 10:53:59 1,883 posts
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    Blakester wrote:
    Anyone mentioned Jerry Maguire?

    I don't mean the "You complete me" scene cos I actually don't find that particularly affecting.

    It's the scenes with Rod Tidwell after the game and on the chat show.
    This. So this. It's so cheesy as well. Finger point, tears in eyes. Epic
  • Oh-Bollox 3 Aug 2012 10:58:04 5,670 posts
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    Katyn had me too upset to cry, I was nearly puking.
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    I don't want to watch anything about Katyn.
  • pistol 3 Aug 2012 11:40:45 13,018 posts
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    craigy wrote:
    The only thing in Gran Torino that makes me blub is the terrible acting.
    Have to admit I agree with this and it's a pretty bad film. I've been known to get choaked up at some films and the last one was Schlinders List which I watched properly for the first time recently. Another from the 80's that used to get me was Ordinary People with Donald Sutherland and Timothy Hutton.
  • Deleted user 3 August 2012 13:55:46
    A few been mentioned on here that got me going (TOY STORY 3, BRIDGE TO TERABITHIA, the aformentioned season 4 ending to HOUSE, the opening to UP)

    The most recent was the documentary BEING ELMO - made me cry almost continuously ;_;
  • Deleted user 3 August 2012 14:28:50
    What's with the retarded use of caps for the film titles?
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