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What makes you cry?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Norbert666, 15 May 2006.

  1. Norbert666

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    Are you a tough guy or are you the sensitive type?

    What's provked this question is the film Sharon and I watched on Saturday night: Eight Below.

    It's a Disney film so can't be that bad surely? Wrong. Both of us spent 3/4 of the film blubbering like babies. All the way through the film she thought I was laughing at her, until the end when she turned the lights on and my eyes were swollen and red :o Like a true man, I put it down to the onions I'd been slicing 2 hours previously :p

    Are you embarassed to cry at films?
     
  2. Enfield

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    Never cried to a film but sometimes feel like it lol.
     
  3. Norbert666

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    Try Eight Below then. If you don't cry at that, there's something wrong with you. It has doggies in it :o
     
  4. SexyBetty

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    I cry at everything, I watched Apollo 13 again at the weekend, its not like I dont know the ending, but I had a good cry anyway :p

    And anything Disney, bound to set me off :D
     
  5. Zip

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    The green mile does it :(
    He was suposed to live.

    Also the fight im having with my best friend. I cant even look at a picture of her :(
     
  6. Otacon

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    I was in a house full of ladies crying when Grace died in the Sunday Hollyoaks. It was pretty sad though, i'll give them that.

    Very rarely cry these days, but to add a couple that have me welling up:

    Jurassic Bark
    Then Green Mile
    Moulin Rouge
     
  7. Vanilla

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    That cramp you get in the back of the leg
     
  8. Holly_Pinklady

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    Bambi always gets me!
     
  9. [TW]Fox

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    Vauxhall Vectras.
     
  10. Sparky__H

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    When Sasuke left Sakura at the path leaving Konoha.

    Sobbed like a little girl :(
     
  11. spirit

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    threads like this :p

    nah, nothing very much these days...last time was when an uncle of mine died a few years ago :(
     
  12. fieldy

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    Forest gump when he's talking to jennys grave and saving private ryan when Wade dies, they really get me :(
     
  13. penski

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    Big Fish
    The Land Before Time
    Animal Airport yesterday morning - there were some really sick Fennik (?) Foxes - li'l baby ones...and they were all cute...and they nearly died and I was like :(

    *n
     
  14. Zip

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    :eek: The big almighty penski crys :eek: :eek:
     
  15. Kell_ee001

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    Definatley! :(

    A lot of movies make me cry but Big fish is one that really sets me off :(
     
  16. oxygene

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    Edward Scissorhands, nearest I get with a film
     
  17. Zip

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    You have to watch the green mile then.
    Makes your eyes like a dripping tap :(
     
  18. oxygene

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    I have the green mile on DVD :) Its good
     
  19. Norbert666

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    Eight Below is Green Mile x 50 for soppyness.
     
  20. Zip

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    It is good :)
    But im afraide that if you dont cry at it then you dont have a soul :(