Have you ever cried during a movie?

@Asimk12 (740)
September 11, 2007 11:45am CST
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@anjielyn (535)
• Philippines
4 Nov 08
[i]Yes! I did in Sad movies that breaks my heart i carried away ... I cried also in happy moments that brings me in tears of joy! [/i]
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@quenne2b (15)
• Malaysia
9 Nov 08
No I dont want to cry in public.
@pangeacat (619)
• United States
16 Jun 08
I don't cry a lot, but there are things that can affect me. I tend to get involved in the story lines of movies, and in the mindset of the characters therein. So, there have been quite a few movies that have made me cry actually. "A Walk to Remember" gets me every single time. It's sad, but also very touching in a happy kind of way. And just generally heart wrenching. The first time I saw "Armageddon" I cried, because it caught me off guard, and I still cry whenever I watch "The Patriot", or that other movie, with Tea Leoni, where a meteor hits the earth (can't remember the name right now). Ha ha ~ in my real life, it takes a lot to get me to cry, but apparently, now that I really think about it, I'm a big baby when it comes to movies!
@rhane7315 (5674)
• Philippines
8 May 08
of course i did especially when i'm depressed. i was crying even though the movie that i'm watching was funny lol
• India
7 May 08
Yeah a lot of times, each and every time i watch an emotional movie, i cry, and i know i should not watch it again, but i watch it again and again and i cry...not just movies, i cry even for a emotional novel too...
@xtinelee (3379)
• Singapore
6 May 08
Yes I did. Only afew though. Infact only two movies that I have cried. The first movie was 'Green Mile' and the next movie was 'I am Sam'.
• United States
25 Apr 08
yes the last movie I cried during was terms of endearment U guess maybe because I'm a mom and I cant imagine being in that situation!
@jesbellaine (4157)
• Philippines
25 Apr 08
Yes, when I watched "a walk to remember", "my bestfriends wedding" and "PS ILOVEYOU"... I just feel the movie and the story... these are good movies. :0
@wrynmac (27)
25 Apr 08
The first movie I remember crying at was Steel Magnolias. Immediately after the movie, I called my mother to tell her I loved her. She had already seen the movie so she understood. We had gone to the theater and I went in and watched Rugrats in Paris with my daughter and my mother went in to see Steel Magnolias. My daughter and I were waiting outside for her when she came out. And, I swear, nine out of every ten people who walked out of that movie had tears on their face!
@rhane7315 (5674)
• Philippines
29 Mar 08
yes, esp. when i watch some sad movies and some love stories like a walk to remember
@mssnow (9495)
• United States
29 Mar 08
I cry when anything saddens me. I have cried at Shirley temple movies, when she cries lol. I cry when Dorothy has to leave her friends and go back home in the wizard of oz. I also cry when there is a commercial on that is about family, like hallmark commercials. I guess Im just a cry baby. lol
@Ashbiz (148)
• Mauritius
29 Mar 08
Yes, I did cry! Not only for a movie, but for an uncountable number of movies. From Titanic to Armaggedon without forgetting Brokeback Mountain. But the movie I cried for the first time is The Color Purple featuring Whoopie Goldberg and Danny Glover. Whoopie is very far from her funny actings such as in Sister Act or African Queen. If you really want to cry during a movie, I earnestly recommends The Color Purple by Steven Spielberg.
15 Sep 07
when i saw mother sentiments scene in a indian movie, i cried a lot that i cant control myself
@Bbilal (2001)
11 Sep 07
Many, many, many times. Comes with being a hormonal female I suppose. Hell, there are some movies that I *know* are going to make me cry, like Crash, that I'll watch repeatedly and cry every single time. I don't even bother sitting down for an emotional movie unless I have a box of kleenex handy. My kids have all kinds of fun laughing at my expense.
@acmepride (1547)
• United States
11 Sep 07
To be perfectly honest, Asimk12, I definitely have shed tears a number of times, to be sure, especially when the movie/s I've viewed is/are really mournfully engaging and emotionally gripping. For some weird reason (weird now that I try to think of it), though, the movie that easily comes to my mind whenever I think of one that, in a way, somehow truly made my eyes drop a tear is...Land Before Time! (I know, what the...). Until now, I could still vividly recall the way that film greatly affected me, especially when the theme song was being played while I was intently watching it--it was simply terribly emotionally engaging back then!