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    Terms of Enderment
    Gone with the Wind
    Raise the Red Lantern
    Memoirs of a Geisha
    Just about anything Disney (with the exception of the Little Mermaid... that just disgusts me...)
    Soul Food
    Love Jones (when he rushes to the train station and she doesn't look out the window...)
    Malcolm X
    Cold Mountain (even though I feel forced into crying...)

    And so many more... I'm a big ol' baby...

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    KW, I think Red Dog is mad at us from the thread on Masha!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee4707 View Post
    KW, I think Red Dog is mad at us from the thread on Masha!!!

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    So? He said that "Yagudin Guy" - he should be ashamed... The nerve. The unmittigated gall... I swear these Plushy fans need to be STOPPED!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kwanford Wife View Post
    Cold Mountain (even though I feel forced into crying...)
    That is interesting, that is the way I felt too. Like I should be guilty for not crying?

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    One that always get's me is Pay It Forward. I cannot watch that movie, ever.

    Rent, Every time I see the movie and every time I see the play, and some times when I listen to the CD.
    Divine Secrets of the Ya Ya Sisterhood, When Jack dies, I always cry.
    Roots, I cry all the way through this mini-series.
    Pearl Harbour, I cried through that 3 times in theatres.
    The Fox and the Hound, and many other disney movies.

    Schindler's List- At the end. Oh and he says "I didn't do enough" and Itzhak Stern says "You did so much." Then he talks about the car and the pin. Then he says "I could have gotten one more person... and I didn't! And I... I didn't!"
    So iluvtodd and Tonichelle were both right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theatregirl1122 View Post
    One that always get's me is Pay It Forward. I cannot watch that movie, ever.

    Rent, Every time I see the movie and every time I see the play, and some times when I listen to the CD.
    Divine Secrets of the Ya Ya Sisterhood, When Jack dies, I always cry.
    Roots, I cry all the way through this mini-series.
    Pearl Harbour, I cried through that 3 times in theatres.
    The Fox and the Hound, and many other disney movies.

    Schindler's List- At the end. Oh and he says "I didn't do enough" and Itzhak Stern says "You did so much." Then he talks about the car and the pin. Then he says "I could have gotten one more person... and I didn't! And I... I didn't!"
    So iluvtodd and Tonichelle were both right.
    hee hee... yeay for both of us being right!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kwanford Wife View Post
    So? He said that "Yagudin Guy" - he should be ashamed... The nerve. The unmittigated gall... I swear these Plushy fans need to be STOPPED!!!
    KW I love the way you think!!! I know what you mean about the Plushy fans.

    Is there a sad dog movie???.....and if there is, would you cry......???

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    Oh shoot, now I can't think of the name of the movie but it's an oldie. The mother is black (very dark) and she's a maid for a wealthy woman. Her daughter is black but has light skin and she seemed ashamed that she was black. Anyhow the wealthy woman is very good to the mother and daughter. The black mother dies and wants to have white horses pulling her body in a coach. The end of the story shows the daughter running after the coach crying......Mama, Mama.
    "Imitation of Life"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee4707 View Post
    Is there a sad dog movie???.....and if there is, would you cry......???

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    yeah there's one, I think it's called.. uhhhhhh Old Yeller? (Phoebe: Okay. What kind of sick doggie snuff film is this?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theatregirl1122 View Post

    Schindler's List- At the end. Oh and he says "I didn't do enough" and Itzhak Stern says "You did so much." Then he talks about the car and the pin. Then he says "I could have gotten one more person... and I didn't! And I... I didn't!"
    So iluvtodd and Tonichelle were both right.
    OK, I missed this whole discussion, but thanks for putting that scene & Oksar Schindler's exact words in context, Theatregirl1122.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee4707 View Post
    KW I love the way you think!!! I know what you mean about the Plushy fans.

    Is there a sad dog movie???.....and if there is, would you cry......???

    Dee
    I cried at Fox & the Hound... My husband swears that Where the Red Fern Grows is the ultimate "Men Do Cry" movie... but that and Old Yellar just bore me to tears ~ does that count?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeaniBu View Post
    That is interesting, that is the way I felt too. Like I should be guilty for not crying?

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    Since you obviously have such great taste in movies, I shall rent this over the weekend...

    I forgot two major movies from my list...

    Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon (when she takes that nose dive off the cliff... gets me every time...)

    The English Patient: it was sooo long & boring that I started crying because both legs fell asleep and then I got a cramp in my arch... when I stood up, I fell over the seat in front and banged my knee... so much pain...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kwanford Wife View Post
    The English Patient: it was sooo long & boring that I started crying because both legs fell asleep and then I got a cramp in my arch... when I stood up, I fell over the seat in front and banged my knee... so much pain...


    I don't think that counts for a crying movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piel View Post
    "Imitation of Life"
    That's it Piel, thanks so much. My mind is gone. The ending always gets me. I think it's because my mom always says things like............when I'm gone............ Guilt, Guilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kwanford Wife View Post
    Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon (when she takes that nose dive off the cliff... gets me every time...)
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    I even cried when he brought the comb back.

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