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romeo and juilet
Jack - the one Robin Williams was in
the end bit when whatshisface poisons himself just as juliet is waking. noooooooooooooo!
i just got shivers :oP
Driving Miss Daisy
but I'm not sure.
staff: whatshisface?? haha!
I don't cry. I'm a MAN.
Star Wars, Revenge of the Sith.
ooooh Malcolm Man, when he killed the kids!!!!!!!! I cried then!!!!!!!
but that wasn't the first time.
I have never cried. I almost did at the end of man on fire. Almost= I didnt but it was really sad/happy
i havent seen the notebook everyone says i should. i cried during the loin king...that was so sad.
Man on Fire made me feel sad at the end though =(
man on fire! good movie
i'll add you Jones
when i was little i had one of those disney follow along book of the fox and the hound that comes with a cassette tape of the book being read, i always cried at the end of that...
it was either that or where the red fern grows...
raise your voice.... Cuz when I watch movies I put myself in the persons place.... And I was steal crying after the movie and I couldent stop crying tell like a hour after wards partly becuase it was a sad movie and allso becuase I loev singing but I could never sound like that never in a million years ~cye~
The first movie I ever cried during was probably a Disney movie, if not The Last Unicorn. The Notebook made me cry, too.
anchorman because i couldn't believe they actually made such a crappy movie.
LMAO RAISE YOUR VOICE
what does LMAO? mean?
Ohh- The Fox and the Hound was my favorite movie as a kid. :] I probably cried everytime I watched it.
raise you voice just proofs how good of a actress hilary is she played that character perfictly
I'd have to say Mary Kate and Ashley's passport to Paris.
Sometimes I weep while I go the bathroom.
i loooooooove that movie. i cried in that one too.
Charlotte's Web... but i was VERY young and really just needed a nap. that is the only movie i've ever cried about.
Just to clear things up: I didn't cry during Star Wars, that was a joke. I have never cried during a movie. I felt a little warm inside during Man on Fire though.
Just kidding. Bambi didn't make me cry. It made me sleepy.
i didnt cry but i like eternal sunshine of the spotless mind.
im going to go with scoutti on this one with jack
i am sam
when I was 6 years old they showed it in the school auditorium... bad idea, every kid was whaling, the worst scene for any teacher hahhahaha, trying to calm 3oo kids down
it was either Dumbo, Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, or Bambi
um. hillary duff is a horrible actress (still laughing about the raise your voice thing). she should drown. along with the annorexic olsen twin. but anyways, probly bambi. hah
it wasn't crying for the characters, though
it more more crying because I was literally in pain during that movie
And it's not that I dislike the RedSox either
I don't remember the first movie I cried at, but the last movie I cried at was Big Fish.
yeah I still think her best movie is raise your voice even thow taht movie makes me depressed.... But at least she's better than linsay lohen when it comes to singing I mean the guitar in her songs drowns her voice cuz she can't sing period!... Hilary accualy has some singing talent linsay none
my mom said that when she took my bro to the movies when he was little all the kids cried at bambi i think........
and again she told me of some other films where kids were crying cuz of disney/pixar movies
House of Wax....because I realized I wasted $8.75
First and only.
It takes a hell of a lot to provoke a reaction.
I think Paradise Now got a tear, and Capote got me all choked up, but in Hotel Rwanda I was bawling. And for about two hours afterward as well.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
I was, like, six.
It was either Titanic or Moulin Rouge.
dancer in the dark.