Just realized I forgot one, and it just happened last night. I was watching the "Extras" Finale and it was right near the end. I won't spoil it for anyone who hasn't seen it. But if you have seen it, you'll know what I'm talking about.
I was tearing up a little, but wasn't crying. Still an extremely emotional scene in what was an outstanding finale.
Last Edit: Dec 29, 2007 19:04:12 GMT -5 by Insomniac
The two movies that always get me are Field Of Dreams, when Ray's daughter does her "People Will Come" speech and what happens afterwards, and "Scrooged", with Frank's "Christmas is not a sham" speech.
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Post by THE Dinobot on Dec 29, 2007 20:29:00 GMT -5
Mentioned this before, but the most wacky movie to make me cry was The Mask, not deformed one as in Mask, but the Jim Carrey comedic romp. The scene where his dog is jumping up the jail and trying to give Carrey the keys through the windows...that got to me when sitting in the theater. It was such a touching thing that dog was doing for Stanley.
The Lion King and The Notebook did it, as well. For the obvious reasons.
During Million Dollar Baby, I was looking up to my eyes, asking 'yo, where are the tears?'. Forget the fact that I was 'looking up to my eyes' or I was talking to myself, I was disappointed I didn't weep.
being an abid hulkamaniac at about 6 years old. I cried during Rocky III when Hulk didn't win the first time I saw it. Lion King got me to tear up at about 11 and since then I haven't cried save for some tears during Armageddon when the second drill comes around the corner on the asteroid.