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80'sfreak
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Ok so since i'm sitting her watching ghost I thought it might be fun to list some movies that made you cry. Sorry if this topic has been done before. So here are some films that made me have a little bawlfest

steel magnolias
terms of endearment
the boy who could fly
cocoon
stand by me

That's all I can think of right now even though I know there are more.

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this is a great topic i agree with you on
steal magnolias
terms of enderment
the boy who could fly
for keeps
benji
lol alot of movies make me cry

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Kramer Vs. Kramer
On Golden Pond
Touched by Love
Liar's Moon
Gorillas in the Mist
Brubaker
The Night the Lights went out in Georgia

Ones that are from the 70's but still make me cry are:
Ice Castles
One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest
Ode to Billy Joe

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The Boy who Could Fly!
Lucas
For Keeps
Cocoon

The 70's Movies: Ice Castles, Jeremy.

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TERMS OF ENDEARMENT and
E.T. were sob fests for me. The only movie to come anywhere near topping it in tear fall was TITANIC (90s).

MIDNIGHT COWBOY (60s) and
ICE CASTLES (70s) are good weepies too.

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ET made me cry. I was only a kid and I though he was dead!
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There's no crying in 80's movies, well unless you're The Last American Virgin . Nobody deserves that ending though.
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ET (it's shameful, really, how I bawl)
Beaches
Terms of Endearment
Lucas (another shameful display of bawling, though not as bad as ET)

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Yeah what VALLEY said..cause that was going to be my the movie i picked [Frown]
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Oh yeah...LAST AMERICAN VIRGIN...thats a cry film!
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This is going to give me a reputation, but....

Somewhere In Time.

I really got into the characters, and then the ending just slammed me. Still upsets me now, even though I know it's coming.

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"The Texas Chainsaw Massacre"...that one really made me cry! What a tearjerker that was!

...NOT!

[Big Grin]

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quote:
Originally posted by StevenHW:
"The Texas Chainsaw Massacre"...that one really made me cry! What a tearjerker that was!

...NOT!

[Big Grin]

Well, did the *1986* movie "Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2" get you bawling? [Wink] [Razz]

Seriously, though, "Beaches" gets me a little misty. I also cry a little whenever I watch "The Little Mermaid" and hear Ariel (Jodi Benson) sing "Part Of Your World".

Sincerely,

John Kilduff

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I'm Adding

ET
Somewhere in Time

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quote:
Originally posted by Pumpkin Head:
ET made me cry. I was only a kid and I though he was dead!

Yeah same here Pumpkin Head.
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Hey Paul, let it out..Somewhere In Time was a great movie. Won't it be neat to go back to the 80's, even if for just one weekend.
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E.T Definitely,i remember that one. "whhyyy did he have to go, whyyyyyyyyyyyyy" went something like that anyways.
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Made in Heaven

I always forget this one, but it always makes me cry.

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STAND BY ME is an obvious choice; it really captures the rite of passage that boys go through. however, the main one for me personally is ROCKY IV - the 'Hearts on Fire' training sequence, ending with Balboa standing on top of the mountain screaming "DRAGOOO!!!" I cry everytime, it's brilliant.
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Two words: Purple Rain.
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Beaches

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80's...
E.T.

2000...
My Dog Skip

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Oh Brandon- I was just thinking of My Dog Skip. I do not cry at movies- I guess it's just me- I know that they're not real life. But I watched My Dog Skip right after I got out of the hospital in 2000, and I cried at the end! My husband was like "Hey, are you crying?" and I said "No, I got something in my eye!" and we both laughed our asses off! I guess if I watched Mask again, I would probably cry at the end. It was a really sad story. I heard the real life Rusty is still a mess to this day, and she is in her 60's now.
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