May sound weird, but there have been so many one that sticks out is 8 seconds. The point where the one bull rider Tuff Hediman rides the bull an extra 8 seconds for his friend who was killed by that bull, and does the wave to the crowd. But I am a softy and have cried through many movies.
I cant remember what the name of it was but there was just a movie I watched recently. The girl had lukemia and the parents had another child to use medically for her. The child ended up taking her parents to court to be meically emacipated and her sister died.
Terms of Endearment. It probably didn't help that it was about a mother of three young kids dying, because I had my own three young kids at the time; but - oh, brother.
The other one was (believe it or not) Land Before Time. I unwittingly bought that for my kids, and we all settled in to watch it. One son was 12. One son was 7. My daughter was 4. There was one part where the whole lot of us were all in varying degrees of tears/upset. (I hid the movie after that. )
La Vie en Rose ... I didn't actually cry, but was very moved when Edith sang 'Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien' at the finish. I think it was the way she moved out onto the stage as frail as she was, then belted out that song. Of course, it was only an actress in a movie miming to Edith Piaf, but still ...
No laughing at all. You have to be careful about what Disney movies you watch. We took our kids to see Oliver (the Disney version, with Oliver being a cat). There was the box of kittens on a city street in the rain. All the kittens were taken by someone who wanted a kitten - except for Oliver. Oh, brother.... I had to make sure my kids didn't see my face with that particular "knee-slapper" (sarcasm, of course).
I wouldn't even go see that one because I had a pretty good idea it was "one of those movies", based just on seeing snippets and hearing about it. If I think I see those movies coming I won't go see them.
Movies that have happy endings are as likely to make me cry as sad movies. It's a Wonderful Life White Christmas (when the troops stand up for General Waverly the waterworks turn on for me) Jane Eyre Pride & Prejudice
I watched it unwittingly one day when it was on tv. Oh brother.... It looks like a harmless movie in the beginning, and it's OK enough to watch (as far as Van Johnson/dog/vaudeville movies go. The dog gets separated from Van Johnson but finds his way miles back to Van Johnson (through the snow, I think - and - like - miles and miles of walking down railroad tracks). OMG!! I didn't see it coming, but, again - other, brother. Never have I sobbed so much over a movie! (and - really - the ending was happy)
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