Movies that made you tear up

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Ok,tough guys. Let's have some fun and see which movies make us tear up.

For whatever reason, ending of "Saving Private Ryan" gets me every time. The part where Ryan transforms to an old man and reflects back on his life.
 

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First one that came to mind is Lord of the Rings, in Return of the King at the end when Sam has to say goodbye to Frodo.
 
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I won’t go through my list since I’m obviously not a “tough guy”...but what about the green mile? That’s the first one that popped in my head!
 

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Oh another one, i used to watch it often when I was a kid.
Homeward Bound: Incredible Journey.

Used to watch it with my dog who unfortunately isnt here anymore.
 
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The Rookie does it for me. And that Lorena Bobbitt documentary for sure!
 

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Forest Gump!

Saw it as a kid with my dad and I cried when Bubba died
 
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Not big into anime like I was as a kid, but Grave of the Fireflies is a damn masterpiece and probably the saddest movie I’ve ever seen
 
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For the most part any movie where a father experiences what true love is through his children. Those moments get me in the feels.
 
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the end of planes, trains and automobiles when steve martin invites john candy to spend thanksgiving with his family.
 

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Not big into anime like I was as a kid, but Grave of the Fireflies is a damn masterpiece and probably the saddest movie I’ve ever seen
That movie is so sad. Oh, let's watch a Ghibli movie those are usually enjoyable...wtf. It really is an incredible movie that is probably overlooked by many because it's animated.
 
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That was one of them and wasn't expecting it either. Great movie with a message... Not your normal fare for him, while on his movies Reign On Me got me in the feels too! Actually showed he has some acting chops when not just being a silly ass.
Hell Big Daddy got me too when they were taking the little boy away from him and the kid cried.

Crap I am just a relatively sensitive dude. LOL
 
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Thought it was a good idea to show my kids The Neverending Story a few weeks ago. Cried 25 years ago when Artax died, and still cried again 3 weeks ago. Dammit. 🤬
 
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Rocky :LOL:
 

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Resurrecting an older thread here, but Toy Story 3 and Terminator 2 got some water works going. Also ending of Saving Private Ryan and to a lesser extent Good Will Hunting - just some amazing acting by Robin Williams in that one, and knowing he’s no longer with us makes it that much more poignant.
 
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Most recently was A Marriage Story on Netflix. I think it just hit too close to home.
 
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The ending of Pulp Fiction always gets me, though nothing particular sad happens.
Guess it's a really good movie.
 
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Les miserables, the hugh Jackman version, omg I'm balling my eyes out snot streaming out my nose the works. Moulin rouge with nicole Kidman and ewan McGregor. Any love story, inspirational films, people with disabilities overcoming adversity and being brave. Jeez I cry a lot
 
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SAW I-
That it wasn't the last one...
 
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Has anyone ever seen "The Little French Maid"?
 
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Just watched "Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker"
I teared up. My E2 must be high...
 
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Shark tale
 
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Disney’s Onward just got me Sunday. Not watching that again
 

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