If it's crap ... We'll tell you
I'm afriad of watching The Orphanage around other people because of that ending. Seriously, I turn into a blubering baby at the end of that.
First time I watched How's Moving Castle, I was able to hold it in. Second time, not so much.
I can see how it would be emotional for her at the first viewing. However, this is nothing. I actually saw Transformers 2 at the theater(yeah, I was bamboozled), and a rather husky woman of the Caucasian Trailer-habitat variety began a slow sob into a bawl session when Optimus Prime was killed in the woods. At this point, I noticed the demographic I put myself in by watching the movie...it was a sad day of realization....
...and no, I didn't cry at any of the Transformer movies. The first one was fun, though. The Elephant Man had me in tears the whole damn movie, though. I kept punching myself in the face to fight the tears and be a man...but it only made it worse...*sigh*
You should be ashamed for getting an emotional reaction from his sh*t movies.
Cool of you to comfort your girl though.
More recently, Harry Potter Deathly Hallows 2 got me a little teary eyed when it explained Snape's involvement in everything. Damn that was a great movie.
Other films include:
Atonement: The two beach scenes, the fantasy one and the war one got to me.
This Is England: I actually did everything but cry, until the final shot, yuck.
E.T: On both viewings i really thought he was a gonner, what a bummer ending that would have been, imagine if they put the kid in an institution afterward....
The Pianist: When he played the piano for the german guy, fill in the blanks.
Schindlers List: I cant recall them all.
The Color Purple: When Celie kissed the singer and the final half hour i was balling.
Y Tu Mama Tambien: Friendships do grow apart, bleak irony but true.
Fanny & Alexander: "I cant divorce him,"
Toy Story 1: I was a baby so i didnt necessarily know what was going on.
The Beauty And The Beast: The first film i ever saw remains the most special to me in my heart.
Platoon: It drives you to tears at some point or another.
Never Let Me Go: Not as heartbreaking as Atonement but i have never cried so much during a film of any kind.
I list a lot of these because when i watch them on DVD my family can walk in any second and catch me with my teddy bear squeazed up to my chest and tissues lying around. I have a teddy, and a sockmonkey, got something to say about that?
Good thread man!