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« #15 : December 24, 2004, 09:35:18 AM »

I'll add to my list:

"It's a Wonderful Life" when George sees Harry's grave marker, and later when brother Harry arrives at the end.

And "Forrest Gump" when Jenny is runs across the Capitol Mall/pond towards Forrest.

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« #16 : December 24, 2004, 11:07:38 AM »

i don't get how a leone movie could make someone cry.


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« #17 : December 24, 2004, 07:40:39 PM »


 
1.  the discussion  tuco and his brother have.  
2.  the scene when blondie offers a last puff off his
     cigar to the dieing rebel soldier.
3.  the fiddle player being told to play on in the pow
     camp as tuco is beaten.
4.  the morricone score when mortimer says goodbye.

these scenes don't provoke actual tears from my eyes,
but it's more like a lump in my throat that i just can't swallow. i see your point.  sorry to split hairs.

well , that about wraps 'er all up.  i'm ramblin' again.
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« #18 : December 25, 2004, 09:06:53 AM »

a huge part of OUATIA can make a lot of people cry...
last time i saw it, i almost cryed when when noodles sees the son of max, and when there is the first close up on the old max himself ...


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« #19 : December 25, 2004, 09:08:07 AM »

actually, i can't remember if i really cried or not... i recall being very moved... i think i cried... i don't know, i was just watching the movie, not me :)


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« #20 : December 26, 2004, 12:19:25 PM »

  I didn't cry, but I surely felt my eyes quite waterly at the very end of OUATITW at least twice now. You just saw that Jill is the only "survivor" of in this epic opera you just spent an afternoon to. She's out giving water to the men, the camera pans up to see the train. the rest of the workers, the station. This would be a good scene in any Western movie ending, but then the 'treat' of the the most beautiful lush Morricone song (IMO) hits you with a great force. WOW! Enter watery eyes.

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« #21 : December 26, 2004, 12:27:59 PM »

Yes, but there, you have the title which turns and... >:( >:( Why did he put the title like this???????? Ho my god!!!!!!!!!!!!! :-\


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« #22 : December 26, 2004, 01:36:22 PM »

  Funny that you bring that up, I find it the title spin kinda odd myself, esp. after such perfect film.
  Maybe it's trying to be the pumps of a train?
  Who knows?
  But, yes, it's still dang odd.

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« #23 : September 05, 2007, 08:40:25 PM »

Once Upon a time in America


thats it....

[Edit:  but i have to admit i was pretty much balling through out the whole movies]

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« #24 : September 05, 2007, 09:22:40 PM »

Some cries are emotions, others are being swept away, so not all are "I thought this was sad".

- GBU
- OUATITW
- OUATIA
- The Wild Bunch
- Lawrence of Arabia
- Doctor Zhivago
- The Lion King (and a few other Disney films)
- Ice Age
- Spartacus
- Roman Holiday
- Zulu
- The Searchers
- The Sand Pebbles
- Munich
- Saving Private Ryan
- The Untouchables
- Jeez, what else? Many others I'm forgetting, I know it.



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« #25 : September 06, 2007, 06:27:32 AM »

Ice Age? You mean you laughed so hard that your eyes got wet?


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« #26 : September 06, 2007, 08:43:07 AM »

Ice Age? You mean you laughed so hard that your eyes got wet?

No. I cried at the scene where Manny looked at the cave painting of the mammoths getting killed by the cavemen. At least I did the first time I saw it.

Also forgot the Irish Brigade scene in "Gods and Generals".



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« #27 : September 06, 2007, 01:39:07 PM »

The Land Before Time - Little Foot's mother dying.

The Fellowship of the Ring - Boromir's death.

The Return of the King - Frodo and Sam surrounded by lava outside Mount Doom, I really thought they were going to die the first time I saw it.

The Green Mile - John Coffey's execution.

Ghost - Sam leaves to go to heaven.

First Blood - Rambo's breakdown at the end.

I'm sure there have been more but those are the only ones to come to mind right away.



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« #28 : September 06, 2007, 01:43:21 PM »

The Land Before Time - Little Foot's mother dying.

The Fellowship of the Ring - Boromir's death.

The Return of the King - Frodo and Sam surrounded by lava outside Mount Doom, I really thought they were going to die the first time I saw it.

The Green Mile - John Coffey's execution.

Ghost - Sam leaves to go to heaven.

First Blood - Rambo's breakdown at the end.

I'm sure there have been more but those are the only ones to come to mind right away.

Wow, great list BeauButabi and I love the fact that you included THE LAND BEFORE TIME. It's such a masterful little movie with one of the greatest scores you will ever hear. Forget the sequels, this film is a keeper.




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« #29 : September 06, 2007, 01:58:35 PM »

Once Upon a Time in the West
Mask
Forrest Gump
Braveheart
Roman Holiday
Gladiator
Full Metal Jacket
E.T.
The Natural
Leon The Professional
The Apostle
Top Gun
Rudy
Tender Mercies
Field of Dreams
Saving Private Ryan
The Land Before Time
The Wild Bunch
Platoon
Beautiful Girls
Terms of Endearment
Steel Magnolias
My Life
Spartacus
Rocky
Once Upon a Time in America
The Green Mile
Cast Away
Legends of the Fall
Empire of the Sun
Bambi
Ghost
You've Got Mail

I'll add more later....


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