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I cried watching kids cartoon movie!!

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by britboy4321, 25 Jul 2010.

  1. Barbie

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    Iron Giant, that scene still gets me.

    Cats and Dogs, the bit when Lou "dies"

    Saving Private Ryan, the end when it cuts back to the present.

    Also cry at Futurama, the one with Fry's dog, and the one with fry's brother+lucky clover.

    I'm a big softie.
     
  2. KNiVES

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    Oh god, that Futurama episode Luck of the Fryish. I had completely forgotten about that. That was an unexpectedly emotional episode for me.
     
  3. The Funktopus

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  4. Mobius 1

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    the movie click also had a pretty sad moment when the guys dad dies.
     
  5. Deadbeat

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    The one with the royal jelly/giant space bees got me worse. Just that bit right at the end where it shows why he's been dreaming of Leela, chokes me right up.
     
  6. andyp

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    Seen Grave Of The Fireflies once when Film 4 showed it and I flatly refuse to watch it again.

    The ending of AI nearly caught me out, but the only thing to make me properly, uncontrollably cry like a baby was the above-mentioned piece of exquisite animation.
     
  7. Deadbeat

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    Are you sure? You porbably just didn't get it....
     
  8. andyp

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    I got me, well and truly.

    I'd like to watch it again as I'm sure there's bit and bobs I missed the first time round, but knowing what's coming just makes it all the worse.

    So until someone sits me down and makes me watch it again, I refrain.
     
  9. Megahurtz400

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    I shed a few man tears at the bit when i watched it with the Mrs, nothing to be ashamed of!

    Whats wrong with crying anyway really?

    Oh sorry, "OCUK, MEN, BLOOD, SWEAT, BUMMING.... what?"
     
  10. FlyingFish

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  11. Moredhel

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    The end of American History X is pretty sad.
     
  12. Steveh_monkey

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    I've only ever cried once at a film. Terminator 2 at the end when he drops in the lava. In my defence I was 8 years old and pretty tired and hungry.
     
  13. yermum

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    The thing that always gets me about Up is the story of the little girl in America who was dying from cancer and held on for the film. The Pixar team went out with the film on DVD so that she could see it as she was too ill to go to the cinema. IIRC she died a couple of hours later.
     
  14. KNiVES

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    That was pretty heartbreaking. I read a lengthy article on it, and her parents had to describe what was happening in the latter stages of the film to her because she couldn't muster the strength to keep her eyes open.

    On non-fictional stuff, this makes me cry every single time and always inspires me to be the best human being I can be.
     
  15. Vonhelmet

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    My wife - who normally never cries for ANYTHING - is currently next door crying watching some Jodi Picoult film.

    Makes a change, as normally it's me crying at the films!
     
  16. Wee Michelle

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    Hehe.

    Its not a bad thing if a man can cry, just he shouldn't do it too often!

    :p
     
  17. Moredhel

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    Just remembered a film my sister rented a few years back called Running Free. It's about horses and she's into all that sort of thing, so the rest of us left her to watch it in the living room. Whenever I walked through, she was bawling her eyes out at it, so it must be fairly sad.
     
  18. andy85

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    I cry whenever I think of Scrubs' season 9 :(
     
  19. orderoftheflame

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    Wait.. Since when are Pixar films for kids?
     
  20. ljt

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    I watched UP yesterday too, and while I didn't shed any tears it did make me feel sad at losing his wife without fulfilling her dream. I wasn't expecting a sad movie going by the title "UP" !