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Guest Billy Russo

What movie scenes genuinely made you cry?

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Guest Billy Russo

Was just thinking about this earlier as I was listening to the Shawshank Redemption soundtrack. It's very rare for me to cry over films. Not because I'm an zero emotion cold-hearted bastard, but just because I know movies aren't real so often times it's hard for me to feel real emotions. However, there is a few films where I forgot I was watching a film and I couldn't stop the tears flowing. Those movies ended up being some of the best I'd seen as well.

 

Here's mine:

 

Toy Story 3

 

The scene where Andy gives all his toys away. It really made me miss my childhood, I also gave my toys away and it's like the last part of your childhood has been taken away from you.

 

 

Shawshank Redemption

 

I could choose two scenes here. The scene where Brooks leaves prison and can't adjust to the real world, or the ending where the main characters reunite and embrace. I think the ending gets me more in the happy feel good cry, where as Brooks was really really sad the first time.

 

 

The Fault in Our Stars

 

This movie shocked me. I don't typically like movies like this, and the cast didn't appeal to me very much. However I gave it a shot, and it surprised me by how touching it was. There is a particular scene on a bench where I really choked up and it just made me think about how unfair and hard life is.

 

 

What are yours? Don't be afraid to post, real men cry. ;)

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darthYENIK

Toy Story 3 hit me hard.

 

The one that always gets me is...

 

 

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SonOfLiberty

The ending of Furious 7.

 

 

 

While there have been movies that have made me tear up due to their subject matter I was honestly surprised by how much this got to me. With Paul Walker's passing I think it was more anticipation than anything and I wasn't sure what they were going to do whether they were going to kill him off or something else.

 

It's honestly one of the most beautiful endings I've ever seen in a movie (and from a franchise you would never expect). It hits hard IMO because it was influenced by a real life event and I still remember coming out of the cinema literally speechless. I watched the ending a good 20 times on YouTube a few days after and everytime I did the tears flowed. It's such a nice heart warming tribute.

 

Even when I watch it now it still gets to me because my best friend who I've known for over 20 years is battling cancer and watching this makes me think of him and what I'll do when he's gone. :cry:

 

For other movies most of Saving Private Ryan is a tear jerker and I remember growing up watching movies like Bambi, The Lion King etc and being rattled whenever an important character died. 

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Guest Billy Russo
13 minutes ago, SonOfLiberty said:

The ending of Furious 7.

 

 

 

While there have been movies that have made me tear up due to their subject matter I was honestly surprised by how much this got to me. With Paul Walker's passing I think it was more anticipation than anything and I wasn't sure what they were going to do whether they were going to kill him off or something else.

 

It's honestly one of the most beautiful endings I've ever seen in a movie (and from a franchise you would never expect). It hits hard IMO because it was influenced by a real life event and I still remember coming out of the cinema literally speechless. I watched the ending a good 20 times on YouTube a few days after and everytime I did the tears flowed. It's such a nice heart warming tribute.

 

Even when I watch it now it still gets to me because my best friend who I've known for over 20 years is battling cancer and watching this makes me think of him and what I'll do when he's gone. :cry:

 

For other movies most of Saving Private Ryan is a tear jerker and I remember growing up watching movies like Bambi, The Lion King etc and being rattled whenever an important character died. 

Yeah this got me. Especially the part on the beach. The thing with that part is they were not acting. It was all real emotions, and a real moment on screen which made it even more upsetting. I still miss Paul Walker a lot, he seemed like a genuine guy.

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SonOfLiberty
10 hours ago, Billy Russo said:

Yeah this got me. Especially the part on the beach. The thing with that part is they were not acting. It was all real emotions, and a real moment on screen which made it even more upsetting. I still miss Paul Walker a lot, he seemed like a genuine guy.

Taken way too soon. Only 40 at the time.

 

I don't know whether it's good or bad, but I remember Furious 7 more for its ending than the rest of the movie which is a shame somewhat because the rest of it's pretty bloody good IMO. Then they made Fast 8...………..and Hobbs & Shaw has been mixed and lord knows what the 9th one will be like.

 

I think they should've ended it while they were on a high (Well financially and critically I mean). It was the perfect way to go out IMO.

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Baserape

The ending in AI watered my eye for a split second.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Time Ranger

The final scene from Into The Wild, great movie inspired by a true story, well worth a watch, the only movie to ever make me cry, since it is a spoiler i'l put in spoiler tags.

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spectre07

The Green Mile

 

 

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Mr. Galloway

The ending to Wizard of Oz.

 

And its signature tune.

 

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Cameron Star

I once cried when Rabbit made Tigger promise to never bounce again.

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Got me just now watching it again.

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Guest Billy Russo
7 hours ago, MadHammerThorsteen said:

 

 

Got me just now watching it again.

This is a good shout. A lot of the animated films get me pretty watery eyed, Pixar know what they are doing. A lot of them convey better emotion than most films.

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Duhillestpunk

The Rugrats movie. Both of them. The first one was because the babies were lost in the forest away from their parents and that made me feel so bad for them. The second because of that plane part. When Red was looking out the window and saw his mother in the clouds.

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Tonesta

There's been exactly one scene in one movie in my adult life that's genuinely led to tears of sadness, and it's this one:

 

 

God damn you Pixar, and your emotional torture.

 

Honest Trailers said it best - "From Pixar, get ready for the movie that made grown-ups say 'Phew, Pixar is good again' and made kids everywhere say 'Why are you crying, Daddy'"

 

The movie was also incredibly original, and may me cry with laughter on several occasions. Just a brilliant piece of filmmaking all round.

 

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Tonesta

Actually, my wife just pointed out that I lied - and have in fact cried twice at movie scenes......the other one being this one:

 

 

God damn you a second time, Pixar!

 

(Up wasn't as good as a whole movie - but the first ten minutes was.....and then this scene.....sniff...…)

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JareCzech

Green Mile, Forrest Gump, Toy Story 3, Terminator 2 - these were my first films that I cried to :D Now I am being sentimental and cry to every 50th movie

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Cameron Star

Breaking Bad is a TV show, but it should count right? I'm rewatching it and I think I'm getting close to where Hank gets shot. Only seen it once before and I'm getting sad about it already.

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Guest Billy Russo
6 hours ago, Cameron Star said:

Breaking Bad is a TV show, but it should count right? I'm rewatching it and I think I'm getting close to where Hank gets shot. Only seen it once before and I'm getting sad about it already.

Breaking Bad had some really emotional moments for sure. I think the part that got me was how much of a mess Jesse was after Jane dies. It's even worse watching it because you know what really went down with Walt.

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paperbagdude

Billedresultat for ‫فیلم های سینمایی خارجی دهه 60‬‎ I N T E R S T E L L A R (2014) [spoilers below]

 

Where do I start? This movie is a mind-f*ck, emotional and tragic masterpiece.

 

First off, the soundtrack by Hans Zimmer is f*cking great. It crawls under your skin, travels down your spine and gives you the chills.

 

The first scene that comes to my mind, is where Cooper (Matthew McConaughey) leaves his remaining family to go on the space mission. Prior to this, his daughter, Murph, had protested against him leaving, believing a ghost inside her bedroom is giving hints for him to stay. Cooper drives away from the farm without saying properly goodbye to Murph, and as he has reached the driveway, Murph rushes out in regret, crying to say her goodbyes to her father. Cooper looks straight forward, crying, and heads to the NASA station without noticing her.

 

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The next scene is where Cooper sits in the Endurance space craft, traveling through space and finally gets to view the video transmissions he has received from his children after spending years in cryo sleep. Things are not looking too well and his children have aged well into adults while he was asleep. Matthew McConaughey does a pretty good job making a grown sh*thead like me cry.

 

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Next, the Endurance crew has landed on Miller's planet. Crew member Romilly is left in the space craft, while the others survey the planet. The problem here is that Miller's planet is within a time dilation factor, meaning 1 hour on the planet equals 7 years on Earth and the space craft. When Cooper and Amelia (Anne Hathaway) returns to the space craft (leaving one crew member for dead on the planet), they discover 23 years have passed before them, and although Romilly has been cryo sleeping for some years, he appears older and claims he have been waiting for years. Not necessarily be be crying for, but it felt deep and horrible.

 

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Everything has gone to the sh*tter, and Cooper is forced to go through a black hole in an attempt to go home. He eventually gets stuck inside of what is known as the 5th dimension, where he can through a kind of time/space fabric look back in time an witness the events inside Murph's bedroom prior to him leaving. Turns out, Cooper was all along the ghost that had been knocking books off the bookshelf in morse and left other hints to make - well, himself stay in the past. Mind bugging, but sad.

 

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Last but not least, Cooper somehow escapes the 5th dimension and has been propelled into our native dimension. He is then picked up by a space craft, and wakes up in a hospital which is located on an outer-space colony, many years into the future. He is still young and healthy, but is to discover that his daughter, Murph, is at her death bed as a now old woman. Cooper gets to say his goodbyes with Murph revealing how his appearence as the ghost helped her save humanity. Murph is left to pass away with her own family. See that sh*t hurts to watch. Felt tragic.

 

Relateret billede

 

 

 

 

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Guest Billy Russo

@paperbagdude Interstellar was indeed an amazing film. Really powerful performance from Matthew McConaughey which showed how good he is in serious roles. I need to rewatch it at some point, as I saw it when it first released and never got around to experiencing it again.

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20 hours ago, Billy Russo said:

@paperbagdude Interstellar was indeed an amazing film. Really powerful performance from Matthew McConaughey which showed how good he is in serious roles. I need to rewatch it at some point, as I saw it when it first released and never got around to experiencing it again.

I somehow feel regret for watching it the first time just a month ago. I have binge listened to the soundtracks since 2016 and I really wanted to watch it, but no streaming services in my country could provide it.

 

I don't want to overestimate it, but it is one of the best movies I have ever watched. It'll be one of the classics I'll be stoked to watch with my future kids one day.

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Lonely-Martin

Some fine films mentioned so I won't retreat on those, although Disney and Pixar know, lol.

 

My Girl was one, both as a kid when I first watched it, and again when watching 30-odd years later with my own kids. Very powerful family movie when they stir the bee's nest and what follows.

 

Beaches was another. That movie has a wonderful song that kicks in at the right moment. Bette Midler was great here.

 

And to pick a TV show, Only Fools and Horses had a couple of moments, but little tops that moment Del Boy burst into tears when Cassandra and Rodney had tragedy come their way. Such a fun show, and the laughs can make me cry, lol. But very capable of pulling the rug from under me in a far deeper way.

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Cameron Star
On 11/13/2019 at 2:08 PM, Cameron Star said:

Breaking Bad is a TV show, but it should count right? I'm rewatching it and I think I'm getting close to where Hank gets shot. Only seen it once before and I'm getting sad about it already.

I just finished watching the episode. I forgot Steve got shot too. I was crying so much. Half the episode made me cry. I'm still crying.

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Guest Billy Russo
On 11/15/2019 at 3:58 AM, Lonely-Martin said:

And to pick a TV show, Only Fools and Horses had a couple of moments, but little tops that moment Del Boy burst into tears when Cassandra and Rodney had tragedy come their way. Such a fun show, and the laughs can make me cry, lol. But very capable of pulling the rug from under me in a far deeper way.

I cried happy tears when the Trotters were finally Millionaires. Still one of the best TV moments. I'm forever annoyed that John Sullivan couldn't leave the series alone with that ending. It was perfect. Only Fools & Horses is one of those shows that has a lot of touching moments hidden under all the absolute hilarity of the show, it just feels real.

 

 

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Lonely-Martin
2 hours ago, Billy Russo said:

I cried happy tears when the Trotters were finally Millionaires. Still one of the best TV moments. I'm forever annoyed that John Sullivan couldn't leave the series alone with that ending. It was perfect. Only Fools & Horses is one of those shows that has a lot of touching moments hidden under all the absolute hilarity of the show, it just feels real.

 

 

Such a great show, and though I fully agree it felt so right to end it there, the next 3 episodes are a little underrated I find too.

 

At a guess, I'd say the BBC were just saying 'we're making more, with or without ya' to John Sullivan and he figured he'd rather it be him than anyone else to do more. Though It's a pure guess, lol.

 

What I find really funny these days watching repeats on gold though is how much they've edited for TV. We even get warnings before each show to warn of outdated humour too. Dang! There's so many lines I know that they miss, it makes it quite hard to watch how they've watered it down so. Though looking back, how some of it was shown before the watershed I don't know. Most of the early episodes have blurred out parts as their flat regularly had a topless calendar in view. Can't do that today. 🤣🤣

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Tacymist

Legit teared up when Wilson floated away during Castaway. 

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