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I got this question from Eva’s response to me and I thought it would make a good one.
What movie made you cry or sob the most? What hit home?

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      Cheekymonkey wrote Mar 15, 2011
    • I’ve cried at alot but one that made me sob was “the boy in striped pajamas” oh my God I bawled for I don’t know how long afterwards.
      I could cry now




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      Mztracy wrote Mar 15, 2011
    • way too many to type down.
      Recently 127 Hours  gets me at the end crying happy tears and clapping and screaming.




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      Cheekymonkey wrote Mar 15, 2011
    • I haven’t seen it I need too




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      Anne E wrote Mar 15, 2011
    • Old Yeller gets me every time. heartbreak when the dog dies.




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      Mzd3 wrote Mar 16, 2011
    • Blind Side, most recently




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      Cathie Beck wrote Mar 16, 2011
    • Movies can make me cry or laugh out loud, but one movie I watched that really busted me up was, “Marley and Me“. I’m aready tearing up just remembering the movie’s effect on me and how I cried. My wolf dog I raised from a pup was 13 years old at the time and he’s old.
      Living with a wolf dog is like living with a Marley.  

      I will buy movies that make me cry, but I can’t buy that one.

      Oh... this past weekend I watched the movie, “Children of Men“. With all the turmoil of our world going on, it really sucker punched me! Yep, I cried for several reasons.  

      Cathie




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      Samirah wrote Mar 16, 2011
    • My all time cry fest movie is Imitation of Life with Lana Turner and the original with Claudette Colbert!

      Recently Bliss (Turkish) and The Stoning of Soraya M...why did I watch those two movies back to back!!!!

      Two weeks ago I watched this movie Affair of Love (French) its not even sad the whole movie is seeing these two people who met through an ad but ended up falling in love but neither of them go for it...stupid. I cried as they fell in love...the facial expressions, and the little looks just swelled my heart. YES, I am a sucker!




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      Tuliplady wrote Mar 16, 2011
    • I don’t cry much, but I cried buckets when I watched “the memory keeper’s daughter”




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      Denise Richardson wrote Mar 16, 2011
    • ohhhhWOW there are so many Icould name but here recently I’d have to say: Tyler Perry’s FOR COLORED GIRLS when the lunatic father dropped the kids out of a window and killed them. That was so sad and the poor mother never seemed to recover from that! Nothing really hit home for me with that scene it was just a very touching and moving scene for me.




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      Samirah wrote Mar 16, 2011
    • OMG Denise! My throat was killing me because I wanted to cry my heart out but was in the theater. And when Phylicia told her she should have stopped him before he got to that point. No truer words...I wrote a blog on that.




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      Denise Richardson wrote Mar 16, 2011
    • Hello Samirah, girrrrrrl if I could have jumped through the screen I would have killed him myself oh my god!!!ohhhh




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      Holly_golitely wrote Mar 16, 2011
    • @Annie,
      Yes the stoning of Soraya M is a true story, I haven’t seen it, but I do recall reading about in the newspapers.  

      @Eva,
      That was “Back Street” with Susan Hayward...I saw that movie once on the classic channel years ago as a teen and it still haunts me...I have been trying to find it on DVD...no luck yet.

      Marley and Me tore me up..especially Patrick’s flashback...I’m tearing up now thinking about it (shaking it off)
      @ Denise
      Spoiler alert...I haven’t seen “For coloured girls” yet...I dont think I could handle that scene...I cry reading the newspaper on stories with children in those horrible situations.

      The Hours with Julianne Moore and Nicole Kidman also greatly affected me
      @ Samirah
      I am going to check out Affair of Love...is that on Netflix?




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      Samirah wrote Mar 16, 2011
    • Annie-I’ll be honest I actually fast forwarded the actual stoning...but I caught bits, her sons were stoning her, it was horrible. It was towards the very end and didn’t last that long. I say watch it because ‘justice’ does kind of prevail in the end. The movie basically focuses on the lies and manipulation of the men in the town and that is where all the emotions come in but it is a range of anger more than sadness. The stoning is but a small piece in the film...but I guess if you know its coming you can forward that bit. it is worth seeing and I did watch it twice.

      Holly- Affair of Love is only on rental with netflix. I just ordered a copy from Amazon because I enjoyed it so much. You know its French so it did get a bit racy but it was done very well imo...I think it was their facial expressions, you know that look you get when you start falling in love or the look you notice in him when he is falling in love with you. It just melted me heart




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      Samirah wrote Mar 16, 2011
    • Does anyone remember the movie Wait Until Dark with Audrey Hepburn? I LOVE this movie and I just found it on Amazon! I can’t believe it was made in 1967! Okay its not a tearjerker  so I’ll save that for another post LOL




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      Mztracy wrote Mar 16, 2011
    • An Affair to Remember!!  

      Terry McKay: Oh, it’s nobody’s fault but my own! I was looking up... it was the nearest thing to heaven! You were there...




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      Samirah wrote Mar 16, 2011

    • Wait Until Dark is available for instant streaming so I have it on now.

      Jury is out on if I will continue with Prime though. I’m trying to think of all the stuff I can order or will order through Amazon to make it worth my while...the streaming I’m not so impressed with!




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      Tuliplady wrote Mar 17, 2011
    • Oh yes, An Affair to Remember!  It makes me cry every time, but it’s still one of my favorite movies.




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      Jenz ~ wrote Mar 17, 2011
    • August Rush.

      Im an adoptee and guitar player who has always turned to music for soul soothing so the end of this move, I just LOSE it. It’s an awesome story.




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      Vikki Hall wrote Mar 17, 2011
    • Oh my golly! I cry at the stupid hallmark commercials. No way can I pick 1 movie!!!!




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      Frannie1964 wrote Mar 17, 2011
    • Quite a few  movies that have made me cry my eyes out. But mostly movies that have animals dying or pets that are ill and dying really make me cry..ALOT!




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      Kyah wrote Mar 19, 2011
    • It takes a lot to break me up when it comes to movies. One that always seems to get me is that scene in The Color Purple when Celie’s grown children return from Africa and they‘re standing in the field with all those colorful fabrics blowing behind them and when her son, who can’t speak English, calls her “Mama” then starts rambling off. Then her daughter with that beautiful smile. I’m about done right there. Sometimes emotions surpass language.

      Hey, I cried every time I saw Spock die in the Wrath of Khan, even though I knew he would be reborn on the new planet.




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      Mztracy wrote Mar 19, 2011
    • lol Kyah and ditto to both of your crying moments! estatic




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      Holly_golitely wrote Mar 21, 2011
    • Oh yes “An Affair to Remember“.... whenever I catch it during channel surfing I have to stop and watch...I never tire of watching it....gets me everytime!!!!

      Samirah, yes I saw it was dvd only on netflix...still put it in my queue estatic




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      Samirah wrote Mar 21, 2011
    • Where the Heart is with Natalie Portman. When Lexi-I think that was her name-her two children were assaulted by her boyfriend...and she was crying ‘how did he find us what made him think he could do that to us???‘OMG throat was on fire

      clap clap for Holly! Let me know when you see it




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      Marya1961 wrote Mar 22, 2011
    • Hub and I started to watch The Passion Of The Christ when it came out and when Jesus was tortured and humiliated, we both were sobbing like you cannot believe...we did not make it through the whole movie.

      Also, the old movie Valley Of The Dolls with Patty Duke and Sharon Tate..where Sharon played Jennifer North and her husband was crippled in the mental hospital and she had nothing to live for and took her life, it really got to me.

      When I was a kid there was an ABC After School Special about an inner city boy who found a cat and he loved this cat and took care of it, both the boy and the cat had no one to love them..one day the boy was crossing the street with the cat in his arms and the cat jumped out and ran across the street and was killed..I bawled my eyes out for a week because our pet cat had just died, but the story in itself was so sad.heartbreak

      Crying right now, yup!




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      Marya1961 wrote Mar 22, 2011
    • Also, thought of an old movie with Jackie Gleason called Gigot..also pulled at my heartstrings.




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      Denise Richardson wrote Mar 22, 2011
    • ohhhhMarya!, girrrrrrrrrl The Passion of the Christ still gets to me I cry everytime I watch it, and thanks for bring it up I need to pull it out and watch it again, in doing so I get a new revelation on something.




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      Marya1961 wrote Mar 22, 2011
    • I had to search for the movie about the boy and the cat real quick, does anybody remember this movie...apparently, it was on CBS not ABC, but it was so sad.

      J.T. (TV 1969)
      60 min  -  Family | Drama

          

      J. T. Gamble, a shy, withdrawn Harlem youngster, shows compassion and responsibility when he takes on the care of an old, one-eyed, badly injured alley cat days before Christmas and secretly nurses it back to health.
      Director:
      Robert M. Young
      Writer:
      Jane Wagner
      Stars:
      Kevin Hooks, Ja‘net DuBois and Theresa Merritt




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      Msj wrote Apr 13, 2011
    • The Burning Bed.

      I pretty much lived it out in the past...not to the extreme thank God.




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      Cathie Beck wrote Apr 13, 2011
    • Msj, I just got chills. I saw that movie years ago when it was on TV and I related to it since the abuse was what I grew up with, and I could see how she would be pushed that far to get free of it. Taking a deep breath.....

      Cathie




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