what movies made you cry or at least get all choked up. be honest /b/
I still choke up, I lost the best friend I ever had in a car accident in High School. When my mom used to babysit him and me we would watch this.
I don't even know why, but I almost started crying watching the first episode of Handmaid's Tale. It's pretty heavy, but not that much compared to some war movies etc., but for some reason it hit me right in the heart.
The only movie that actually made me cry (like water pouring out of my eyes uncontrollably) was a short documentary called "4.1 miles", holy fucking shit this film is heartbreaking.
lord of the rings 3
the boy in the stripped pyjamas
the green mile
hatchi: a dogs tale
the shawshank redemption
the grave of the fireflies
saving private ryan
>that's all I can think of right now, there's probably more
This one, call me gay, fag or whatever! Saw it after a breakup and it's one of my favorite films...
That scene when he watches his kids' messages is pretty fucking hard to watch. Apparently Hans Zimmer wrote the soundtrack based on this scene's screenplay, nothing more, it's quite heavy.
i cried through the whole fucking movie
>i re-watched it sober, and I hate myself.
havnt watched that movie but read the book, book was fantastic and also extremely sad of course
but nothing beats grave of the fireflies for me. My sister and I are very close so that contributes
The first "media" I remember crying to was the show "sinbad" (with the comedian). He was raising foster kids, and they took the kids away because they wouldn't let a single man raise them permanently.
The moment after they are taken, he just walks to the couch and buries his head in his hands in absolute helpless misery.
Really hit me in the feels.
For a movie, probably Homeward Bound. At the end, when the cat and young dog come running up to the family, but the older boy looks toward the horizon then his face starts to fall, "he was too old, just too old," but then the music swells and Shadow comes over the horizon.
.....now I've nearly lost it... and at work.. so thanks for that...
>what movies made you cry or at least get all choked up. be honest /b/
There's a Japanese film called Departures, about a guy who starts working for a funeral home. Really fucked me up 'cause dad issues. If you want to bawl like a little bitch, watch that film.
>im so manly i NEVER have emotions!
oh how society has indoctrinated you. Emotions are never intrinsically a bad thing, what is bad is when you are emotional at the wrong time. A movie is literally the most appropriate place to become emotional, as you are allotting time to be emotionally manipulated by something which isnt directly taking place. i feel sorry for you anon
the first non-comedy I re-watched and re-watched.
>I love Darren Aronofofofokskofoskee
>and yes, I do like the smell of my own farts.
Shit. I cry at basically everything. Any movie with even half decent emotional drama gets me. TV shows get me. I fucking cried when Pikachu saved ash from the spearows in s1e1 of pokemon.
Meanwhile I'm a 40 year old man that isn't afraid of other people. I'm just a fucking baby at movies.
>cool is subjective.
I bet you like Lisa Frank crap too
>I'm just a fucking baby at movies.
Hope: the Korean film
Something about Koreans they know how to be sad.
This film is about a 8 year old girl who was rape and tortured, only to be left in a life of shock and embarrassment. Somehow they gave the rapist 12 years as the girl is just trying to cope with friends and family. It's a fucking sad movie
not a movie but there is probably at the very least 10 episodes of futurama that me feeling feelings.
>and i bet you let society tell you what to think and do.
"their are infinite genders"
>nice argument m90
A Perfect World, that masterpiece by Clint Eastwood.
yea i think you just proved that you're not worth arguing with.
>brings up topic unrelated to discussion
if you dont see how something being "cool" is subjective, you're an idiot. Different things are cool for different groups of people.
[spoiler] death of Mike on Breaking Bad [/spoiler]
ending of pic related and Days of Heaven
the grapes of wrath when muley is telling his story about being kicked off his land and out of his house.
Shoulda stuck around. They ditch the killer of the week shit after season one. It's kino. Court of Owls brainwash Bruce and Ra Al Ghul gives Bruce one final task to kill Alfred. Shoves a sword through his heart. Killing Alfred is what makes him snap out of the brainwashing though.
>Please tell me this isn't real...
>here's the original
Fuck you faggots. I'm a real man and I never cry.
Requiem for a dream
Train to Busan
The land before time
And a fuck ton more that I can't think of right now.
The obvious answer for /b
Can't believe no one post it.
Hans zimmer wrote the song without even being told what genre the movie was, and they never gave him that scene. He said he based it on the relationship he had with his son and what it felt like to be a father.
Yep. I'm a few years younger than Sandler. The whole time passing, life passing you by shit made me depressed. Wasn't in the right state of mind to see it. Wish I didn't at that time. Oh, and I'm estranged from my dad, so yeah.
>Wake up one Saturday morning
>wak n bak
>put this on from netflix que
>crying but laughing for about 15 minutes after it ends
>spend rest of weekend in an ethereal apathetic yet enlightened state
This one hit me harder than I thought It would
Not a movie, but JJBA fucking destroyed me multiple times.
Stone Ocean's ending was the worst, though.
I cry everytime during the opening scene of LOTR felllowship. Where it shows the shire........such a beautiful white community, will we ever see such a thing on earth again!? :,(
Didn't make me cry, but the ending was pretty depressing. It was nice to see Muslims get their shit kicked in though.
No faggot on here understands how great this movie is....best they've got is they've watched a reaction video of someone who did watch it, and think they get it.
They don't get it.
Such a great film
This scene in Inside Out made me, a full grown ass man, sob like a little girl
I was not expecting the emotional critical hit from that movie.
What the fuck even, they didn't say a damn thing about this being a real life movie, it was advertised as a fuckin fantastic adventure.
a full grown ass man
end of Pans Labyrinth
>When he kept replaying his dad saying "I love you, son."
>When he was in the rain screaming for his son.
This was legit sad.
>Gladiator got me too
Me too, Anon.
I think you got a fine brain, Jack.
>Plus in Dragon Ball Z when Vegeta blew himself up had me in tears as a kid, still as a grown ass man I tear up
Ah yes hacksaw bridge how could I forget.