if the film was about traveling back in time, but only your life time, what part of your life would you like to go back to, and why. The reason why I ask this is because I just watched the film Peggy Sue got Married, yeah I know it's old, but I sobbed all the way through it, not only because of the romance bit, but mainly because all my older relatives have gone, and I really wanted to go back and see my mum and dad and aunt and uncles. so what part of your past would you like to visit?
I love that movie! I know exactly what you're talking about. When she answers the phone and it's her grandmother, ah, gets me every time! I agree that I would love to go back to my younger years before I lost some family and friends. They'd think I was a freak because I probably wouldn't stop hugging them.
Most sad movies just make me cry at one or two parts, or right at the end...but the end-all, be-all of tear-jerking movies for me is What Dreams May Come...I think I cried, literally, through almost the entire movie--sometimes for different reasons.
Must admit I am a crier. I cry when I am happy, sad, angry, you name it. I am also a softy so the list of movies would take 2 or 3 pages of this thread to list.
As to the other part of your question I would go back to Thanksgiving of 2008. Any one that has read my hub "When Help is NO Help" would understand this.
I don't usually cry during movies But I think every man with a heart cries at the end of Brians song.
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