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Mr. Scot

Movies that make you cry

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Since Sunbunny mentioned it in the "songs" thread, I thought I'd give this one a shot too.

So how many guys are brave enough to admit they've cried at a sad movie?

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Star Wars - ESB... every time Vader tells Luke he's his father... it chokes me up.

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Terminator 2

...Not kidding. What? I was 12.

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Terminator 2

...Not kidding. What? I was 12.

Scared cry or sad cry?

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Most recent, Where The Wild Things Are.

Others,

Gettysburg - When the Southern troops cheer Lee just before Picketts charge.

Field of Dreams - Having a catch with his dad.

Ole' Yeller

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SPR cemetery "tell me I'm a good man" scene.

Damn you Spielberg and your overly dramatized claptrap. 100 viewings and it still gets me.

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