I have never actually cried during a movie, but I have been moved by them. The reason such strong emotions exist because your subconscious mind 'sort of' believes that the events in the movie are actually happening, because it does perceive the visual and audio components.
Everybody's emotions are somewhat effected by movies, but they do not effect everybody in the same way.
you know, I never used to. It used to be the odd random movies, like Vanilla Sky and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. The Laremy (sp?) Project I couldn't stop crying through the whole thing! Now I find myself holding back tears on reruns of episodes of shows that I have seen so many times that I can mouth the words! I used to make fun of my mom for crying during movies, but it seems to be genetic!
Hahaha yea my mom ALWAYS! Cry's during movie's me and my family can't help but laugh at her. But yeah I guess after watching thing's a second time your aware and prepared for it so you won't feel the shock of emotion's like the for first, thanks
I rarely cry during movies, but depending on if it hits a nerve (I can relate to it on a personal level, or from prior experience) I'll tear up. Also if a character dies dramatically or due to an illness I will too.
Haha yea I'm the same way. I can admit to 2 movies I have cried on. 1. Click when I was 12 year's old, when Adam Sandler was dieing in the rain Oooh, it hit me like a the craziest emotion feeling I ever felt.
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