...cRying whiLe watchinG movies...

Philippines
November 30, 2012 8:14am CST
I am a nut job when it comes to movies. As soon as a sad moment happens I cried. I stifle it at the cinema or if I'm with my nieces and nephews. And as soon as the sad moment happen they all turn towards me and said ohhhh Aunt why are you crying. Last night I cried a lot I watched 2 different movies it's a love story and a drama which i really felt it I can relate in every situation. I am the only one who is awake and my niece that I shared in my bed is already sleeping so she can't laugh at my cry on cue during movies. I cried from halfway by the end I was sobbing. And due to that movie from last night I am bit dramatic to my boyfriend today and he noticed it and said ohhh hunnee too much movies from last night. haha! Have you experienced crying while watching movies?
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27 responses
30 Nov 12
Yes. Some movies are just so touching you cannot help but cry.
• Philippines
1 Dec 12
yeah!. especially those love story and drama!.
1 Dec 12
Yes!especially if the lines are really moving.
@elitess (5072)
• Ipswich, England
7 Mar 13
Hello dear, Both me and my wife get emotional at times when watching movies, and luckily we are roughly on the same page, even if it doesn't happen at the same movies always and sometimes I laugh and other times she laughs about the other one getting emotional (in a good way, not sarcastic). Oh you should watch "The Odd Couple" - you will really enjoy this (and there shouldn't be crying involve, but much laughter) - it's a movie from about 40 years ago, with Walter Matthew and Jack Lemmon. Give it a try ! Have a good day.
• Philippines
11 Mar 13
Thank you elitess for suggesting that movie I will give it a try. I am just back here in mylot. Thank you as well for sharing!.
@sender621 (14956)
• United States
1 Dec 12
I seem to cry in all of the right spots of the movie. the scene kknows when to to turn the page for me and and the tears will come right on cue. it as if the movie knows before I do /
• Philippines
1 Dec 12
haha! the director knows where to twist the scene and make us cry!.
@pomwango (1355)
• Kenya
30 Nov 12
very normal,i cry too,in movies,soaps name it.and i also get emotionaly attached to movies such that at some point my actions are attributed to what i have been watching.my husband even has learnt what kind of scenes make me cry and turns to watch me and laugh about it.i believe a movie that brings out such emotions is really a strong movie and deserves good ratings
• Philippines
30 Nov 12
Hahaha...my boyfriend laugh hard when he saw me crying watching movies. He always told me come on hun that's not real!. But I can't help it!. Yeah such movies that made their viewers bring out the emotions is a great movies and deserve good ratings as well as the actors on their acting performance.
• Philippines
6 Jan 13
I seldom cry on movies, I only cry when the story really coincides or at least relates to my life. In many cases, I don't. But my wife is the exact opposite, because in almost every sad movie, she cries. I couldn't remember a dramatic movie wherein my wife didn't cry. But I usually don't mind, it just shows that the movie was well made. :)
@AmbiePam (49112)
• United States
17 Dec 12
Yes I have, and I hate it! I have some sad things going on in life, so I don't want to cry more than I have to. But sometimes it is cathartic. Though these days I won't watch a movie if I know it is sad.
@asliah (11149)
• Philippines
17 Dec 12
hi, my tear is very superficial and shallow,especially if the scene is about the mother and her child,or even sibling,i don't know why i cry so easily,especially when i watch a drama movies that captured from true story of a person's life.
• Philippines
7 Dec 12
One characteristic that you can tell that you are watching a great movie is that when you realize that you can relate to it and you’re moved to every scenes the movie is showing. Crying while watching movies is very common, it just goes to show that the movie is effective in putting up a good storyline and how it caters to its viewers meaning and empathy throughout its story.
• United States
3 Dec 12
All the time, lol. I'm well-known among my circle of friends for being the sensitive one who cries at movies and TV shows and stuff.
@gilenie (190)
3 Dec 12
Yes most of the time i cry while watching movies if there is a heavy drama, or the scene is somewhat related to my personal experiences. Im very cry baby, sometimes my cousins teases me once they saw me crying while watching it , they say hmm i know you can relate.
@kavaryan (55)
• India
3 Dec 12
And here I though I was the only one who went sob sob while watching movies. I think its normal to cry and get emotional while watching movies. Movies are made to touch us right?
• Uganda
1 Dec 12
Actually i have watched such movies with sad scenes but i have never shaded, i just feel a little depressed and sorry for the victims. but hey those are not real you had better stopped taking them serious.
@ladym33 (11008)
• United States
1 Dec 12
Oh yes. All the time and sometimes watching TV as well. Sometimes movies can really affect me. My husband knows I am going to cry and he thinks it is funny so the moment something sad happens he immediately starts looking at me to see if I am crying. I hate that he does that but he finds it so funny. That is why I enjoy watching some movies all by myself then I can cry all I want to and nobody says anything or looks at me or anything.
• Australia
1 Dec 12
poor thing!!!yes sometimes we can't avoid it,especially when the movies relate to our life,we always compare it on our self that what if this is happened to me?we just too emotional in our self..
• Philippines
1 Dec 12
I'm such a crybaby when it comes to movies. Most specially when I could relate it to myself. But when I get over emotional I start to think that it must be the hormones fault not me being too over dramatic. Lol
@ungu89 (2001)
• Malaysia
1 Dec 12
i cry too but not all sad movies can make me cry, only few of it, if its really catch my heart. that why i don't like watching that kind of movies. i prefer more thriller or comedy
• Indonesia
1 Dec 12
This is why I hate watching movie with other people, I like watching movie alone because I can cry when there is sad scene in the movie. I know if I watched movie with other and they saw me crying, they would tell me that the movie is not real, it's just a made up story so no need to cry. But sometime the reason why I cry is because the scene is a really touching scene and something I can relate with, or I imagine myself what if it happens to me, the movie maybe just a fictional story but sometimes the situation is somewhat we can find it in real life. Watching a sad scene in a movie and crying while watching it could help me to let out what I feel inside.
@beamer88 (4268)
• Philippines
1 Dec 12
Rarely have I cried when I watch a movie, but it happens. And I think it's not really the plot or outcome of the movie in general that makes me teary-eyed. It's because I could really relate to that movie. I mean, what happened in the story has happened to me. My wife though cries every time something sad happens in a movie. I guess she really empathizes with the stories.
@jeztrose (1405)
• Philippines
1 Dec 12
YEah i do cry sometimes when watching movies with very hard drama. When me and my hubby watch dramatic movies he always tease me when the dramatic part is showing he will said "she's gonna cry, she's gonna cry" and then he'll laugh out loud. So I tried not to cry even though i'm teary but i'll try not to shed tears.. ahaha i don't know if some guy would cry too if they watch heavy drama movies, coz i know it is normal to girls.
@edvc77 (2143)
• Philippines
1 Dec 12
I remembered then my aunt cried because an actor admitted that he was ugly and people thought he was really ugly. She really cried. Though I was quite touched, it was quite funny. I think it is normal to cry when you are touched by the story of the movie and story of some people. Sometimes, I cried too. Have a nice day!