You fucking cried to an Adam Sandler movie? What the fuck is wrong with you
bawled like a bitch after watching this. granted it was during after our break up but still. I never cried that hard in my life
I know this is /a/nime but this is the saddest movie I ever saw. I cried like a baby
The green mile was sad too.
I always tear up at the ending for some reason, the whole film just feels me with a sense of sadness.
Teared up hard when I got home, I was overwhelmed upon looking back
Nothing like realizing you've completely wasted 2.5 hours of your life and can never get that time back
the whole ending made me bawl my eyes out for straight six hours. the whole scene in prison where she desperately tries to find her groove to sing in this empty white prison cell... fuck you von trier to make me feel so much!
Her & Birdman.
felt like a bitch though
>he cries with his chinesse cartoons
Yes, I have seen that movie
I didn't really find it sad, or like it, it was quite boring, I dunno. Boyhood is the only movie to make me full-on cry though, while the credits were rolling. Moist eyes are a dime a dozen otherwise though.
Not even ashamed. Also I was like 13 when I first saw it in theaters and was really sad the journey was over. Oh, how I wish no more Tolkien movies had been made.
There haven't been many.
1. The Dark Knight Rises - it would take a long post to explain
2. 500 Days of Summer - just gone through a breakup and saw it at the theatres alone
3. Forrest Gump - not at the tombstone, but when he's freaking out that his son might be stupid.
4. Toy Story 3 - not at the furnace, but when he gives the toys to the little girl and she reaches out for Woody and he snatches him back
5. Schindler's List - when Liam Neeson breaks down and says that he could've done more.
Nope. As I said, it'd take a long post to explain properly.
In short, though, I just thought that the final five minutes were perfect. It hit all the points. You could feel your excitement building.
Alfred cries, then we see the pearls are missing, then Robin, then you find out the auto-pilot was fixed, then you start laughing because you know the cafe is coming, and it does, and it works perfectly, and as Alfred looks up, then Robin rises... all of this with the amazing, amazing music.
It wasn't a perfect film, and I wouldn't even call it an excellent one, but those final five minutes were absolutely flawless. I didn't cry because it was sad, I cried because it was beautiful.
>he used to be this awesome
it hurts me everytime knowing that i'll never colonise Africa with the lads
you know you did too, just admit it anon
I dont give a fuck
>when white keeps chanting "be happy, be happy be happy"
>when the sky gets dark why do i feel so blue
>Boyhood is the only movie to make me full-on cry though
The feels at the end hit me hard everytime. I was drunk and it was after a break up though when I tested up
I was thinking this movie was too annoying, but I kept watching it because the brazillian nigger singing David Bowie songs was nice.
Owen Wilson died.
And I bawwled like a kid.
>implying you wouldn't tap 2015 AsR
>all these kids getting mad over words
>If only I could find her, so she could see me with such lovely friends here now; perhaps she could love me as I am? I've tried so hard to be good.
Came here to post that.
I didn't cry, but I felt sad for a couple of days because of it. What a great fucking movie.
Also, pic related.
>all of your posts
Treasure of the Sierra Madre
Honestly, I didn't cry at all the first time I watched it. But years later I came back to it, and
the scene where they read Cody's wife's letter after finding it on his body, when the beautiful music plays reminiscent of the harvestmade me tear up just a little. And when the same bittersweet music plays at the end when the old man suggests that Curtin should pay a visit to Cody's widow, it was like POETRYand I nearly teared up again.
Honestly I do not like the style in his movies.
So it took me some will power to finish Life Aquatic, I just made it because of the helicopter crash scene.
I couldn't finish Moonrise Kingdom, Royal Tenembaums or Grand Budapest Hotel.
Yet, I love Fantastic Mr. Fox.
I couldn't finish this movie, it was so annoying.
cried and this
and this. tbh i cry at the end of movies people don't even find sad though. it sucks.
can't believe no one posted this yet. i couldn't even finish the movie i was already crying so hard.
Moonrise Kingdom is one of my least favorite. I like Royal Tenenbaums because the characters are enjoyable and it's an interesting story even though nothing really happens.
My dad and I watch the Life Aquatic quite a bit and to me the reveal of the jaguar shark is the most powerful moment in the movie.
You can have it anon, I gotta go anyway.
Not exactly lucky.
I do cry, but in moments that aren't usually made for sadness.
One example was me watching Leftovers with me mum.
When the Guilty Remnants start to get beaten during the parade, I got all red-eyed while me mum was rooting for the violence.
I'll probably catch a lot of flak for this, but the end of interstellar when murph says "because my dad promised me" made my throat catch hard.
also forrest gump when he's scared his son might be retarded
The end of Up when he's flying away and the house is floating down into the clouds
fucking everything about toy story 3