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    Quote Originally Posted by SarasotaRepub View Post
    I always shed a tear when the Death Star blows in STAR WARS. :(:D
    Maybe next time you'll install a port cover, or build a jink or two in the pipe. That's what you get for going with the lowest bidder. :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by SarasotaRepub View Post
    I always shed a tear when the Death Star blows in STAR WARS. :(:D
    The first time or the second time? Or both? Which one was more traumatic?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kay View Post

    Rocky 1 - at the end when the bell rings and the music starts playing, and although he didn't
    win Rocky knows he went the distance ... Yo Adrian I Did It!
    The 'Yo Adrian! I did it!' line was from Rocky II.

    Other movies that make me choke up:

    Field of Dreams

    Hearts in Atlantis

    The Wrestler-I need to clarify this. I'm a big wrestling fan and from what I've seen in reading books and heard in listening to wrestlers talk about life in the business, this movie tells the story about the business very well. Sad to see a guy who was at one time on top of the world relegated to living in a trailer park and working in bingo halls and armories. This is the side of the business most people don't know about. Mick Foley said that this movie hit the nail right on the head. Watch the documentary Beyond the Mat and the segment on Jake Roberts and you'll see where they got the idea for this movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by djones520 View Post
    Anyone else have a certain movie that does that to you? Just really reaches out to you that special way?

    Any movie by Michael Moore...I cry at stupidity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NJCardFan View Post
    Marley & Me. I saw this movie just once and I can never watch it again. When they had to put Marley down, I never cried so hard and believe you me, I'm one of those guys who can hide his emotions pretty good but I couldn't when I saw that. But that was the dog lover in me coming out.
    You should have seen it coming. ;)
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    I cry during the scene in Ordinary People when Timothy Hutton calls his friend from the mental hospital and her family tells him that she killed herself.

    I cry happy tears at the end of The Color Purple, when Celie and her sister Nettie are finally reunited, and Celie is united with the children she was forced to give up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by djones520 View Post
    Just watched Big Fish with my 4 week old son passed out on my chest. I'm not exactly the most emotionally deep guy. Takes a lot to really get to me, but for some reason that movie has always tugged the heart strings.

    I guess it just holds a mirror up to me a bit with my own father. With a brand new son right there, it really made me think about my legacy to my children as well. Just about had me in tears at the end of the movie.

    Anyone else have a certain movie that does that to you? Just really reaches out to you that special way?
    Wow...glad to see someone else out there like me. Love Big Fish.
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    Self deleted ... sorry, if anyone read it.

    Was in a rather down mood today re my hubby's health problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by linda22003 View Post
    You should have seen it coming. ;)
    Typical childishness from your ilk I see. I bet the idiots who put that on the sign thought they were so clever. Just another reason why I hate people.
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