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Carl Johnson

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I can count on one hand the number of times I remember crying but my last was about a year ago at my grandfather's funeral:frowning:
 

Steve Christou

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Hmmm I don't usually cry at acts of nature, unless you count being kicked in the nuts by crazed German girl an act of nature.
But I did come close to tears recently when I saw garden gnome Yoda spinning furiously around the screen battling Christopher Lee, it was hysterical, thanks George.:emoji_thumbsup:
 

Andrew_Sch

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I think the last time I voluntarily cried was when my neighbor's dog died about three of four years ago. My favorite dog ever. At least, that's the last time I clearly remember.
 

Jefe Noche

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When I saw A Beautiful Mind (about six months ago).
I could probably count, on one hand, the films that have made me cry:
Terms of Endearment
The Green Mile
Braveheart
Rocky
E.T. (when I was a kid :) )
Platoon
Glory
Well, O.K., maybe I need two hands :) .
BTW, many "real life" experiences have brought me to tears (sadness and joy). I just thought it would be cool to mention some films.
 

BertFalasco

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I dont know about weeping over some bag of lucky charm shiznite rainbow horsecocky, but I cried when I was broken hearted.

-Bert
 

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Well, if you must know, it was while watching The Iron Giant.
"I am not a gun."
Damn, I just lose it every time. :b
 

Mike Hutman

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I cried on Sept 11. Being only 25 I never had to deal with that much emotion before. Thinking of all those people that went to work and never came home. Hearing their last phone calls home to their loved ones. Not knowing what was going to happen next. And how brave people can be. It still upsets me today.
 

Jim_F

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Ever since I was a little child, I've owned this beautiful cedar chest. When I was a toddler, it was my toybox. As I grew older, I stored my most valuable possessions in it. On a whim, my lifelong best friend (then 9 years old, now deceased) scratched his initials on it.

When I went to college and had my first apartment, it was my coffee table and the place where I stored my textbooks. When I moved to a house, I decided to refinish it. It came out great! Not being known as a particular handy fellow, I was so proud of myself!

Then, last night...


...even the memory brings tears to my eyes...


...I stubbed my toe on the motherf#%er!
 

Jason Whyte

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The final twenty minutes of E.T. (from the theatrical reissue). Damn I'm 22 and it still tears me apart.

The Iron Giant, My Dog Skip and Ordinary People are three recent films I've seen (all on DVD) that have also brought me to tears.

As for non-filmic crying....I don't remember.....
 

Brook K

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Rain, I've cried during Iron Giant each time I've watched it.

The last time I cried was a few weeks ago when I watched AI.
 

Jefferson

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Yes, frequent crying during movies, but in life, when I said goodbye to my best friend. Emotions are tricky.....too many or too little are both a scary prospect.
 

Rob Tomlin

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Last time was 12-12-01, the birth of my second daughter!

The last movie that I cried at was The Green Mile.
 

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