In public, no. At home, if the wife's asleep, sure.
Yep, I'm a sucker for those real life dramas or a well written love story...but only when no one is around.
Yep, if they are the type that merits crying over. Personally, I like tear jerkers.
Sometimes it happens, but only when this film is really worth crying.
Yes, it happens from time to time, providing how dramatic the movie was.
give an example spock, i cant picture YOU crying..
Sorry, don't remember. Haven't seen any real good ones, as of late, but I know I've cried during or at the end of a movie, at least sometime in my life.
Never wanted to see it. Too long of a movie. Don't care for 3hour movies, especially war movies like that one.
what do you like?
its not really a war movie, btw..
How are you today?
Btw- I like the picture. Very nice.
i am well
its just me, no big deal
how are you?
I am fine. I only said something, because I noticed the change. And, besides, you're a pretty lady. Hence, very nice picture.
did you see Gladiator?
I cry or tear up with very moving music, drama.
war movies make me cry especially~~ almost any film with Hans Zimmer music.
homeward bound?...Michael J. Fox as a voiceover?
for some reason field of dreams gets to me...when he is talking to his father...good stuff
I am usually crying when I go into the movie...uh...over the price of the popcorn.
Hells no I don't cry... well except for Marley and me. ( I'm a real dog lover)
I cry over animal movies - Old Yeller, Marley and Me, etc. Every time I see Homeward Bound, I cry. I had a golden retriever that looked just like Shadow. He disappeared one weekend. When Shadow comes trudging back at the end of the movie, I turn on the waterworks.
I won't watch animal movies for that reason. I just rule them all out because "we all know" there's going to be something disturbing. I seem to have learned the "avoid-some-things" school-of-thought from my mother, who wouldn't let me see Bambi (because the mother dies), Dumbo (because of the fire), or any number of other movies with unpleasantness in them.
Only at the movies my wife watchs. Why you want to see something that sad is way beyond me. Those are the real horror movies. Like a poor lady can't pay her rent. So, her landlord takes her two kids and sells them. She is distraught over the kids so she sends their dog Laddy to find them. Well Laddy runs over three continents finds a mate, Drucilla. Well the had unprotected sex and Druciila is preggers. Laddy promised to come back once he found the kids. On the forth contient there's the kids! Laddy runs up and the kids thought he was a wolf. They beat Laddy to death and eat him. They regain their strenght and go of to college and have their own families. Drucilla has the cutest puppies and they sell for thousands, so, Drucilla has a new job. The Lady has no kids, no dog and just one dollar. She buys a lottery ticket and wins. In the end the Lady is never alone again she has thousands of adoring fans of her book series, " The Glamour of Baked Goods".
If that doesn't make you cry( pick whatever direction you want) you're brain dead.
I love movies that have the power to make my tears come out.
I actually created an hub with my favourite films that are a must see for people that likes to cry with films and for the ones that say they never cry.
Check them out:
The is a couple more I still have to add there:
Meet Joe Black, Life is Beautiful...
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