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Helen_S
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Mine are While You Were Sleeping, Frankie And Johnny (1991) and You've Got Mail [Smile]
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I love While you were sleeping. When my friend and I watched it at the cinema, I experienced something I've never come across before or since - the whole audience applauded coz it was such a happy and romantic ending!
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Aww, I sob buckets at the end everytime [Smile]
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bridges of madison county [Smile]
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ghost is my all time favorite i cry every time i watch it dee [Frown]
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I like While You were Sleeping and Frankie and Johnny.

I love...

Liar's Moon, Kramer Vs. Kramer, and On Golden Pond.


I love the movie "It Could Happen to You".
That's a movie I watch if I want to feel good about life. I love Bridget Fonda's apartment in that movie, and I liked that she didn't care about the money...all she cared about was living a good life, and if she had some Hellman's mayonaise.

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quote:
Originally posted by ISIS:
I love the movie "It Could Happen to You".

I quite enjoyed that one.
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Sleepless In Seattle
You've Got Mail
When Harry Met Sally
While You Were Sleeping
Notting Hill
Love Actually
Ghost


But I don't cry... Ahem.... Seriously.. [Wink]

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Whatever you say [Razz]
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quote:
Originally posted by Helen_S:
Whatever you say [Razz]

Don't tease Helen san!! I'm a sensitive soul.. [Wink]
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I really dont enjoy soppy movies. the only tear jerkers I enjoy are TITANIC, TERMS OF ENDEARMENT and ICE CASTLES.

oh and LIARS MOON cuz Matt Dillon is in it!

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Tough chick... [Smile]
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Another one, The Age Of Innocence (1993). Brilliant film.
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quote:
Originally posted by Helen_S:
Another one, The Age Of Innocence (1993). Brilliant film.

I'm not really a fan of period pieces but yeah thats cool.. [Smile]
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quote:
Originally posted by Ronnie:
bridges of madison county [Smile]

Watched this again for the first time in a while. It really has you pulled in all different directions all the way, much like The Age Of Innocence. Good stuff!

Where has Mamamia gotten too? [Confused] Not stuck to the couch watching all those soppy films I hope [Razz]

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This is weird, but Frankie and Johnny was on the other night, I haven't seen it in years...I like it alot. I have been trying to think of a name for our new Women's Club that I am starting....and I thought about calling it "CHICKS", and then have the letters in CHICKs all mean something, and I couldn't think of anything...so I just turned the tv on the other night, and Johnny said to Frankie, I thought we were "Kindred Spirits", and I thought OMG! That would be the last 2 letters of CHICKS, so I could have it stand for "Connecting Kindred Spirits", because that's what we plan to do. It will be a social club, for women to hang out and goof around. Isn't that weird? I am thinking of using a little chicken with lipstick on it, as our Logo and making up T-shirts for it.

What do you guys think?

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Not really much for weepy movies myself...But I do own a couple films that always make me come close to breakin down..

Ever After with Drew Barrymore
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Mask with Cher & Eric Stoltz

..there are probably a couple others too..but I cant think of em right now.

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i'd have to say "a league of their own"(the ending at the hall of fame always gets me) and simon birch. simon birch is such an awesome flick.
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For me, The color purple, as well as being one of my favourite films of all time, is one of the best tear-jerkers. You know the whole time how it'll end, but you still cry! Also, the part at the end of The sixth sense where Cole and his mum are talking about his 'secret' chokes me - guess it's because I'm a Mum. Toni Collette was awesome in that movie.
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Soppy, ha. Anything my wife watches ! Heres the ironic part, My name is Johnny and hers is Frankie, for real. Her dads name is Frank and I guess he wanted a son but got her. People say that cant be, like the movie and the Elvis song? I say yep, like the movie. Strange how it worked out like that.
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LOL, that's cool [Smile]
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The Family Man with Nicolas Cage....not too soppy, but has it's moments. Great movie all around IMO.
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Forget Paris... [Smile]
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