Post movies that made you cry
(Or just made you sad)
When I learned it was a documentary, I just started breaking down crying at work.
When I learned it was a documentary, tears fell from my eyes as a river. I cried for days.
ov vey goyim remember the 600 billion!
Fuck this was depressing.
>watching Friday Night Lights with girlfriend
they lose state championship game
they lost? they just lost?whats the point of the movie?
>tears rolling down my cheeks
>you just don't get it, do you?
so sad for Bob also that soundtrack made me cry hard. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=andd1eYucx0
>"Farewell, my brave Hobbits. My work is now finished. Here at last, on the shores of the sea…comes the end of our Fellowship. I will not say do not weep, for not all tears are an evil.”
pretty much the entire scene
>that church scene with Mads crying in frustration
powerful acting m8
Not a movie, but this book makes me cry everytime. Especially the end. Wanna make a film about it some day..
I didn't know what to feel at the end of this. Shit was fucking confusing. I mean, there were pretty sad elements, but then some things left me completely bemused, while others were hilarious.
My ex and I used to watch this every so often and have a good cry, was one of our favourite movies. Our four year relationship ended six months ago and I'm afraid to watch it again because I think in my crippling loneliness it'll break me.
I didn't cry but it sure as fuck shook me to the core
I honestly do not cry at films, unless a dog dies or something of that nature. But the twilight samurai gets me close to tears every time, it really hits me on an uncomfortably personal level. When the main character explains to his uncle that all he wants from life is to watch his kids grow up and he doesn't care about his work or what other people expect of him, it makes me emotional and I don't know why. A lot of the film has this effect on me especially the ending. I just really identify with the character in all the wrong ways, I wish this film would get out of my head
Is this the greatest performance by a child actor?
Still have yet to find another movie that is acceptable to cry in.
You, Me, & Dupree.
Yes. No, I'm not a faggot. I was going through bad times, Owen Wilson IRL was going through bad times, and then the scene where his friend asks him to move out appears. He plays it off all cool and laughs about it, his friend and gf go to dinner, come back and find Dupree sitting on a bench with all his stuff in torrential rain. Wilson looked so forlon.
Can't remember another one on the top of my head, I know there is atleast one other that has made me shed tears.
the ending made me cry tears of joy and sadness at the same time
I've come to the conclusion that Synecdoche New York is a love letter to Paradjanov's "The Color of Pomegranates". I'm amazed I've never seen anyone else compare them because there are several scenes in SNY which are unquestionably homages. In particular, the endings of the two movies are too similar for coincidence.
I don't even give a shit, I cried like five times during this movie.
The end of Annie Hall when the montage of Alvy and Diane Keaton plays.
Rushmore made me cry too.
Probably because my father is a piece of shit.