Films you've actually ever shed a tear to.
If you didn't cry to this then you're a psychopath.
Where my real niggas at? I feel like crying while posting this.
The ending was kind of dumb, I know. it was more about the specific circumstances I was under and how the whole thing touched a sensible fiber on me.
Either this one or John Q. Also man on Fire.
Pretty much any movie with him I cry. Powerful actor.
Burning like fire.
How can you close and fail
How can the light that burned so brightly
Suddenly burn so pale?
This got me I don't know why but it did.
DIdn't even cry the first time, I was mostly shocked if anything. Then when I rewatched it and realized the last thing he did was to caress his son's face before falling fell to his death I was like oh the feels.
I was numb at the end of the movie from Macaunahey or whatever his shitface name's voice. It's jarring and from hearing Murph so many fucking times it was nauseating.
Great movie, nonetheless
Movies like this just fuck with me big time. Almost tearing up just thinking about it.
OP your's is literally the only one posted yet that i have cried to, but of shit tier fags in this thread
I'll see your great pick of Sunshine, and i'll raise you one Pan's Labyrinth
>film about individuals bravely rising to save humanity
I remember seeing a movie about a retarded primary school guy that was strong as fuck that befriends a genius kid that is in a wheelchair with a degenerative illness. This kid's nickname was 'monster', they played basketball together.
It has been the only movie I've shed a tear to.
I don't remember the name, it was something like 'the knights of king arthur' or something related to the arthurian legend.
I only saw it once in the late 90's-early 2000's on TV
I cried in the movie theater while watching this with my mom. Some kids that went to my school saw me crying but they didn't say anything because they were crying as well.
ahh now i see, your a militaryfag aren't you?
it's gotta involve killing sand niggers to get a rise out of you doesn't it?
>immigration r teh reel problem 2day
>muh macheen guns
>muh second ammendmentation
>muh pledge of alijance
let me guess, Lone Survivor made you bawl so hard you had to drink a gallon of gatorade to get rehydrated
but you won't post your real emotions here, because your a tough guy!
>inb4 holy shit you're autistic anon
>win by an inch
>win by a mile
winnings winning bruh
This one got me
When Hooch gets shot, every damn time.
damn man... damn... too soon... still too soon. think im bout to get a little moist just thinking about it
>implying 99% of films ever made aren't based entirely around the situational fucking-up of one or more characters
what do you think art is?
it's an attempt to represent our downfalls, shortcomings, and general inadequacy is a beautifully ironic way
i mean i know it's <the current year> but do kids even use their brains anymore, or has the system really been THIS effective?
I don't care if it makes me a little bitch, this movie always makes me cry
I sung this song a lot while walking around town at night, for months after watching the movie. That was about 8 years ago after it was brought up here on 4chan as one of the must see movies I'd never actually seen.
Thanks for mentioning it, Anon.
>"god... forgive me"
couldn't handle it fam. just couldn't.
I've watched my share of movies but there are a few where making obvious mistakes for the sake of showing shortcomings are unnecessary and instead cripples a film.
I really hate a scifi film where supposedly "the best mankind can send" is a bunch of unprepared and pussies like in the film Sunshine.
>Implying America isn't about to put a war profiteering, selfishly motivated, socially inept woman whose own husband didn't desire her into the white house
humanity is fucked fam. that's the whole point.
Just saw Pans Labyrinth 2 days ago for the first time. Made me cry hard.
But that Her movie made me cry even harder
Yes movie characters are fictional. But you watch a movie to experience emotion from situation and characters you know arent real. Youre missing the point of movies, great job
Agreed. The Right Stuff is more a New Kids On The Block thing than it has been a NASA thing these days. Meanwhile the people who actually do make it through training and get to go to the ISS are not getting the public attention they deserve.
Hopefully the PC/SJW types don't socially force NASA, or other space agencies, to lower their bars, because if they do, what you will wind up with are the types of faggots, pussies and whiny bitches who break under pressure the way they have been in Hollywood.
If it comes to that, we're pretty fucked as a species.
Easy mode. Read flowers for algernon first when I was like eight or so, ended up crying on the floor if my fucking bathroom.
The fucking sadest movie I've ever seen
It gets a lot of shit but I love it and definitely tear up during it.
this one got me for some reason..
Don't let their smiles fool you if you haven't seen it. This movie will build you up like the Burj Khalifa before it brings you down like the Twin Towers.
This, too. Goddamnit Frobisher.. If you read the book you fucking shit yourself. The Letters from Zedelghem are just too much.
Yeah, fuck you dude. It touches you if you've ever been homeless like I have before.
Race does not even matter. Also you make no sense, he did something to better himself and became a millionaire. If anything, your comment is nigger shit.
>I COME INTO THREADS ABOUT SAD MOVIES TO TALK SHIT
Fuck man, when i first watched that i was a little kid, i completely forgot about it and i only remember it because you posted that. It hit so close to home because my parents always fought because my mom was a bitch, my dad always worked so hard but he struggled to make ends meet but he loved us so much and god damn i loved him to, i remember him coming home late at night and just sitting on the couch crying, i would come out and ask what is wrong and he would just hug me and say nothing and everything is fine, fuck i am just breaking down why did you post that.
I didnt cry at all but it was a good emotional story.. kind of dropped the ball on missed opportunities to enlighten us and felt kind of pointless in the end. I did love the well executed concept though.
HBO's The leftovers. This show is an underrated masterpiece
Not that anon, but it feels so fucked up. I remember my dad waking me and my sister up in the middle of the night. He was crying so hard and we had school next day so we were like "dad, why are you here?" (parents were divorced) and he just said "Kids, I love you. Your mom just died in a car crash. I'm here, everything will be okay". I will never forget that face and that hopeless voice
Here you go. It's probably the only dad you had during child hood. LOL
the part where he gives bud the pudding cup fucks me up
they really let Littlefoot's mom die right in front of him
>Rose? Wake up Rosie.
manly tears shed each and every time.
Fuck this movie 100%. When the plane crashed in vegas after defeating cyrus the virus. And he sees his daughter, and gives her the bunny. And his wife is all like zomg. And he just looks at the plane and is like, we good.
Rohirrim Charge (Battle of the Pelennor Fields)
Only good scene in the three films.
I you know about tolkiens service in WW1 it would make anyone cry.
Yeah, like I said it was pretty dumb. But I idn't really wrap up my head around it that much the first time, and the setup, the imagery, the music, it was all pretty emotional.
Technically Part 2, but you know what I mean if you've seen it.
When it all clicks into place.
The old man is us.
The young boy was us, but now it's the newfag millenials.
We're going to die old and alone, and so will every boy like us, trying to live up to some girls dream we never gave her until it was too late.
It's all there, anons.
We're dying and we're never going to do what she wants us to, before it's too late.
And all the while these new fat fucking kids are going to nag us, because they don't understand yet that they're going to die, just, like, we will.
And there is nothing we can do about it.
Why did Piggy have to die just before they were rescued?
When he had to accept he couldn't 'bring everyone back'.