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  1. John Merrick at |

    The Elephant Man.

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  2. chris boakes at |

    lovely bones gets me every time….such a mix of emotion….its enough to make any man cry :)

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    1. chris boakes at |

      and also patch adams

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  3. Skylar at |

    Yes, I think these movies are pretty sad, but you should add The Boy in the Striped pajamas. That movie made me cry my eyes out at the end

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  4. ManWell from Philippines at |

    – Kingkong
    – Cast Away
    – A Dog of Flanders (not actually a movie but a great tearjerker)
    – Titanic

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  5. Peter Boucher at |

    The ending of the greatest Western Movie ever made……”SHANE” (1953) with Shane on his horse and little Joey who idolized Shane and there talk with each other and then Shane riding off into the sunset as little Joey repeatedly yells out his name. My theory on the end of that movie was because of the gunfight in the saloon Shane was shot, didn’t show it and hid it from Joey. As he drifts off on his horse, he knows that he is mortally wounded.

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  6. Rachel at |

    It seems everyone forgot “I Am Sam” this movie was awsome.
    I couldnt hold back the tears. Really sad but beautiful story.

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  7. Amir at |

    Marley & Me with Jennifer Aniston and Owen Wilson was TRULY touching. In the theatre where we saw it, there were grown men crying all around us. I think it was because it really delved into the substance and powerful emotion of the bond between man and his best friend (dogs)…the memories you form with these loyal animals for years…and the heart break of seeing them go. It actually explored it in a pretty honest, yet emotional manner. I think the movie remains one of the biggest Christmas box office openers ever. I’d say aside from making ya cry…it was a pretty decent film.

    50/50 was also very a tear jerker because it got very raw at times.

    I’d definitely also add “Prayers for Bobby” to the list. Homophobia is not cool, and dang did this film explore that.

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  8. Big Mike at |

    Dead Man Walking! The ending is one of the saddest I have ever seen. I watched it in an airport on a layover. I’m sure everone there thought I was having some kind of breakdown.

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  9. rea at |

    Titanic made me cry, A Walk to Remember, Notebook, Deerhunter made me weep buckets in the end..what else? Oh, there was this movie with Meryl Streep , in the scene she has to choose between her two babies which one to give up(i forgot the title)..MOulin Rouge, that one had me weeping like a child , Dying Young made my heart died also…

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  10. Chas at |

    A good number of those mentioned in comments I have to see! I am an American guy, but I don’t think I would be a whole person or parent, friend or lover without my empathy and the ability to show it… One question concerning Grave of the fireflies-what version should I see? Animated or one of the live actions? Thank you. Chas

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  11. eatdogs at |

    Rushmore (The dance at the end)

    Map of the Human Heart (The Ending)

    Tae Guk gi (The ending with the brother crying over his older brothers grave)

    Smoke Signals (The end where Victor throws his dads ashes into the river)

    The Passion of the Christ (The entire movie just about. Also the scene where Mary sees Jesus fall and remembers him falling when he was a child)

    Glory (The ending)

    Benji (I can’t remember which film it was, but I remember crying a whole lot at the end of one of them where Benji was almost left behind by his owner who kept calling out for him. lol ah, childhood memories…)

    Snoopy Come Home (Just about the whole movie)

    The Land Before Time (The whole movie had this harsh reality to it that still bothers me to this day and I’m 28. I didn’t cry at it because I was too shocked to understand the depressiveness of it. It’s even more sad today because the actress who played Ducky was killed by her father)

    An American Tale (This is similar to the one above. Dang, just about all of Don Bluth’s films were depressing and surreal. He took a nosedive though after all Dogs Go To Heaven though.)

    The Shawshank Redemption (The latter half of the movie)

    Bridge To Terrabithia (When the girl dies and the boy asks if she’s going to heaven)

    The Deer Hunter (The hunting scene towards the end)

    Saving Private Ryan (Ryan kneeling at the graves. Ryan asking his wife at the end if he has lived a good life)

    GRAVE OF THE FIREFLIES (probably the saddest movie I’ve even seen…)

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  12. Matthew at |

    Philadelphia (ending, with the home movies)

    A.I. (ending, where he’s reunited with his “mom”)

    Toy Story 3 (ending, last “playdate” with his toys)

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