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Well, I can't think of a movie that made me cry. I'm sure there have been movies in the past, but I've not watched a movie in a long time.Have a fabulous day. ☺
Then put up the name of a movie... I don't care how old it is. You're always putting up questions on your blog... it's time for you give us something.
Cube - The most I have cried in a movie is after one called "My Dog Skip. " I sat in the car afterwards and cried for about 15 minutes.The boy goes to college and when his mother tells him Skip has died he said:She said that we buried him under the tree in the backyard but that's not true for he is buried in my heart.That did it for me.
Also - I loved the ending of Terminator 2 when Arnold gives the thumbs up. I think I might have come close to crying then.
Another one I really cried after - and I can't think of the name of it was the one Hillary Swank was in and Clint Eastwood. She was a boxer.I had trouble turning it off after that one.Remember - she bites off the end of her tongue - I think.
Sue Hanes: I can't say I cried, but I did get really misty when Spock died in Star Trek: The Wrath Of Khan and when Ripley died in Alien #3. I guess there's a sci-fi thing going on in my head.
Sue Hanes: I've never heard of the dog movie, but the end of Terminator 2 was sad. The Swank/Eastwood movie was Million Dollar Baby. It was sad, but it didn't make me cry. I don't know, but I guess there has to be some sci-fi involved to get my tear ducts active ;-)
The Flintstones made me cry.
Woodsterman (Odie): Why? Was it because of the blisters on Fred's feet from "driving" the car?
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