Not cry, just sad feelings. I don't really cry watching films/series, but sometimes I feel my heart is being crushed sometimes, but not at the point to cry.
The part from Clannad where Kotomi begs God to bring her parents back if she is good, hit me really hard.
All the goddamn time. I feel like if an anime can move me to tears and make me laugh its doing a fine job at entertaining me.
I cried when I finished my favorite anime of all time because I was so sad it was over.
Recently finished the Fafner OVA.
I managed to hold it in until the last 5 minutes.
5cm per second always reminds me of all the things I'll never have. I rarely cry anyway, so for me, it's kind of a big deal when a film provokes that much emotion.
I almost cried watching the ending of Giovanni's Island (Giovanni no Shima) but I had to hold it back because I don't think I could have stopped if I'd allowed myself. I think that was the day I came closest to actually killing myself, so I was already pretty emotional, the film just tipped me over the edge.
No. But I am 100% sure I am not emotionally detached, it's just I hate crying because I used to a lot. Imagine how pathetic I would look crying over cartoon, n-no offense to those who did.
Recently, the only anime that made me cry was Little Busters Ex. Even if Saya's route was heavily compressed, the ending still left me feeling empty. It was a good reminder of how much I enjoyed her route in the visual novel.
I'd say: what anime didn't made me cry? I probably cried to the most un-cryable series.
> + this song
d.gray man's pretty sad story
Scenes with well directed human interaction always make me tear up.
Generally anything that makes me feel happy that I get to experience it or be grateful for it.
I even tear up for random moments in video games that aren't even too noteworthy.
I think it's a side effect of bottling up too many emotions or not showing them in public.
Like fuck I was tearing up watching digimon transformations, I barely remember the show.
The scene in Spirited Away where Sen and Haku hold hands in midair. It's the music that pushed me over the edge.
Hayao "fuck your childhood romance" Miyazaki
I don't cry at sad scenes, but I cry at "powerful" scenes that are trying to convey some sort of feel. Music coming in is an almost guarantee feeltrip.
I cried many times during KLK, and the last episode I bawled my eyes out.
This one. It's an incredibly beautiful scene.
-The ending of The Wind Rises
-The ending of Gunbuster
-and Millennium Actress
-Episode 9 of Penguindrum
I just remembered another thing that makes me cry in Spirited Away. When Chihiro falls asleep in the boiler room after finding out what happened to her parents and Dr. Robotnik reaches across the room with his long arms and places the blanket on her.
It's such a strange but very human moment and for some reason it always gets me.