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80's Geek
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She's Having A Baby hospital scene. I went through the same thing with my wife 12 years ago and it still kills me to watch it.
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E.T still always gets me...beaches and terms of endearment. yeah, that last scene in shes having a baby is a real tear jerker too..
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What about Ghost? I do not remember though wether it was 80's or 90's
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The Last American Virgin gets my vote.
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Chopping Mall... Can you believe that robot blew the head off of that blonde!!! What a waste... [Smile]

All right. Ghost kills me too... [Frown] [Wink]

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Seize the Day.

This picture receives my vote.

Watching everything in Tommy Wilhelm's (Robin Williams) life go wrong is enough to make you unhappy. [Frown]

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without a doubt - Stealing Home

but on a funnier note, have you ever seen anyone cry over back to the future 2...me either til NOW

Please watch this
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAqWX3uYj_0&feature=relmfu

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lol

there's a whole website of videos of this guy's wife crying over random stuff

cryingwife.com

but yeah, she's great..she needs to be in movies=)...though it does look a little staged at times...still very funny though

[ 18. March 2011, 08:29: Message edited by: The Pyromantic ]

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Liar's Moon-especially the alternate sad ending I had only read about-and then was surprised to see on the video tape I had to special order.

Two others-but from the 70's.
The Champ!
The Way We Were-I was pretty young when I saw it on cable-probably too young to really understand it-but the ending seemed so sad to me at the time.

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quote:
Two others-but from the 70's.
The Champ!
The Way We Were-I was pretty young when I saw it on cable-probably too young to really understand it-but the ending seemed so sad to me at the time.

'The Champ' destroys me! I also genuinely like 'The Way We Were' (but it doesn't make me cry).
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quote:
Originally posted by Logan 5:
I also genuinely like 'The Way We Were' (but it doesn't make me cry).

Hard [Razz]

Grave of the fireflies is probably the saddest 80's one for me.

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Here's a few I'll go with ..

Mask

E.T.

Steel Magnolias

Terms of Endearment

Ordinary People

Beaches

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The Bounty. The ending where the mutineers as well as their women watch from Pitcairn Island as "The Bounty," having been set on fire to avoid detection, sinks beneath the waves and Fletcher Christian (Mel Gibson) is asked by one of his crewmates that they will never get off this island, they will never see England again, made me cry when I saw this as a child.
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Some good choices on here.

I gotta go with SIX WEEKS. I was just a kid when we saw this at the Blue Ridge Mall and couldn't hold back some tears. Not sure anyone did. It breaks my heart when parents lose a child.

Not really a tearjerker but the last scene of Against the Odds is a very emotional scene.

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