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What movie scenes genuinely made you cry?

Guest Billy Russo

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When Mufasa dies, a lot of Antwone Fisher and a lot of Milyang (Secret Sunshine) and the ending of One Flew Over The nice personoos Nest. There's definitley more but I can't remember. Oh yeah, and the scene where the boy sees his teacher on TV in Not One Less.

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Awful Waffle

it might've only been because I had 3 double-rum-and-cokes inside of me, but near the end of the film, I I felt some tears welling up during the penultimate scene of 1917 when the lead character stumbles upon the group of soldiers listening to an Army Chaplain sing "Wayfaring Stranger." but I'm also super biased because I love that damn song. it's certainly a powerful scene though, considering where the character had just come from, and where he's about to go.

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This scene from Pursuit of Happiness where he has to pretend to his son that they've time travelled and need to sleep in a subway bathroom for 'safety'. It's heartbreaking.



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Killer Whale

Someone here already mentioned that scene from Inside Out with Bing Bong. That was one, but there's another scene on that movie and it's when Riley returns home.



I had to bury myself into my seat so my brother couldn't see me crying twice in less than 30 minutes.


Another scene that made me tear up of joy was Inception when Cobb returns with Saito, both waking up accomplishing the mission.




There still was the uncertainty where one didn't know what was going to happen. It was such a joy when everything was revealing slowly. Plus that open ending, but that's another topic. Excellent movie.





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On 11/6/2019 at 8:27 PM, Tonesta said:








Pixar, making adults cry since 1986




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On 11/14/2019 at 12:50 AM, paperbagdude said:


Billedresultat for cooper crying interstellar







This scene ! I could feel every emotions going trough him at the moment !








I had a german sheperd as a kid that i loved so much ! That scene hit me so hard in the feels.. 😢

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On 3/23/2020 at 2:58 AM, RisingCobra said:








I had a german sheperd as a kid that i loved so much ! That scene hit me so hard in the feels.. 😢

I actually thought the saddest scene from I Am Legend is when he is praying for someone to talk to him and it's just a store full of mannequins that he's used to make him feel normal.



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Two scenes in Once Upon A Time In Hollywood got me a bit watery eyed. It was the Sharon Tate story so we knew how it ended but it didn’t really hit home until she showed Joanna the nursery during the ‘Out Of Time’ montage. Also, when she meets Rick at the end alive and well.

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On 11/5/2019 at 1:02 PM, TheMadHammer said:



Got me just now watching it again.

Forgot I posted this, came here to post it for "the first time" (again), and now I'm tearing up (also again).

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The ending of Parasite (2019).



The son finds out that his father hides inside the basement of the house, and hopes that he can reunite with him one day.


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Marley and Me, that film made me cry as a kid, if you watched it you know what scene I’m talking about, I don’t want to spoil it if you haven’t watched it yet

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The part in "Wakko's Wish" where Dot Warner "dies". The only time that I ever had tears in my eyes when watching a cartoon.


"No Child Of Mine". A British 1997 made for TV movie. I grew up on Horror/Gore/Exploitation films. But, this film f*cked me up so much more than anything in those genres. There were so many scenes where I was in such a state of disbelief while watching this. By the end, I was a sobbing mess. It's a really f*cked up movie. Thankfully, I never had to go through anything that this girl went through. But, damn...it was still a difficult one to watch.

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Big Molio

The "Brooks Hatlen" scene mentioned in the OP is an incredible bit of filmmaking. James Whitmore really was outstanding in it.


The only film scenes that are liable to cause a lump in my throat that I can think of offhand are:


The Champ (1979) - the end when T.J. yells at his father the champ to wake up as he lies dead in the dressing room

The Road (2009) - the end when "the boy" has to say goodbye to his dead father.

Schindler's List (1993) - two scenes. The scene when they load the kids onto the train, and all the frantic mothers are chasing it hysterically, and the end scene when the actors are joined by the real-life holocaust survivors.


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D Absentis




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just think the scene itself is a better example.
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The ending of Marley and Me, and other similar dog movies with touching moments.

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