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Brian J. Hill
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Last song to make me cry: "Letters from Home" by John Michael Montgomery

Last movie to make me cry: I'm a bit of a blubberhead in movies, so I can't remember the most recent--I think it was "The Shawshank Redemption" I watched a few weeks ago.

Last book to make me cry: "Lost Boys," I think.

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KarlEd
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Last song to make me cry* was "Come what May" from the Moulin Rouge soundtrack. But it was a happy cry because I was thinking about Chris at the time.

Last movie to make me cry* was Finding Neverland which I saw on a bus trip to NYC this past weekend.

I can't remember the last book to make me cry.

*cry: get watery-eyed with emotion or get that lump in my throat that would make my voice crack if I were to speak.

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Last song: believe it or not, but also "Letters from home" that one gets me everytime i hear it.

Last movie: I hate to admit it, but 'the notebook', right after she suddenly remembers who he is and then forgets again.

Last book: SOTG, actually. When Petra is reunited with her children and Andrew says "Hello, Mama."

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KarlEd
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Wow, that's strange. I also saw The Notebook on the bus this weekend. It got me teary eyed, too, and technically I saw it after I saw Finding Neverland. My reaction to Finding Neverland was stronger so that's why I chose it over the other.

And another interesting coincidence, I just finished SotG yesterday, so while it didn't exactly make me cry, it was the last book I read. Now I'm reading Angels and Demons. I suspect I will escape it with dry eyes as well.

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Hmmm, I watched The Bumblebee Flies Anyway last night, and parts of it hit pretty close to home, so I cried.

Books generally don't make me cry.

Extreme Makeover: Home Edition makes me cry every time.

Oprah makes me cry often enough that I prefer to watch Ellen.

Olympic moments make me cry.

Charlotte's Web (the old animated movie) makes me cry.

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I'm not generally a "crier" (once a year, like a physical) so some of these aren't recent:

Movie: Radio
Book: Say goodnight, Gracie
Song: None? (can't remember ever crying because of a song)

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Megan
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As much as it goes against what I'd like to believe about myself, I have to admit: LOTS of things. [Razz]
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Last Song: None, songs don't make me cry.

Movie: I haven't seen any sad movies recently. Monty Python and the Holy Grail made me cry because its so funny.

Book: Odd Thomas , I'm probably the only person in the whole world who cried because of this book (I haven't read Lost Boys).

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twinky
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The last thing was actually CT's landmark, while listening to Advertising on Police Cars by the Matthew Good Band.
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I can't believe I am responding to this thread...
Last song: Hold on by Good Charlotte
Last Movie: the Iron Giant, I have no idea why but that movie always gets me
Last Book: Ender's Game, this always gets me too, but I know why

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Last time I cried was when I picked up the entry form for St Jude's Hospital Quilt of Dreams and read the dreams St Jude's kids listed.
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HesterGray
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There are two movies that always make me cry* multiple times. Forrest Gump and A League of Their Own. It's horrible! I even cry at the part where the one girl can't read so she doesn't know what team she's on, and the other girl goes over to help and tells her she's a Rockford Peach.

And then I don't cry at other normal stuff, like The Notebook.

*Meaning at least, tears in my eyes and a lump in my throat.

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twinky
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I started watching my Firefly DVDs the other day, and I think that when I get to the last three episodes I might cry. I didn't the other times I've seen them, but I might this time just because I'm not at my best these days.
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mackillian
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Shawshank Redemption makes me bawl if I watch it alone.
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But it has a super-mega-happy ending!
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The Ballad of the Wind Fish, I can't bare to hear that song without shedding a single tear.
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mackillian
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It does--I think that's WHY I cry.

*spoiler alert*

When Red goes to the field, and finds the box with the letter from Andy, I'm done for. All that crap they went through, and it worked out, you know? I dunno. Maybe I'm a sucker for voiceovers done by Morgan Freeman.

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[Smile]
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I think the last time for me was at the end of SotG...
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Altįriėl of Dorthonion
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Oh, I had forgotten about that....I cried like a baby when that came out.
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Last song that made me cry : Wicked ways (Chris Isaak)
Last movie that made me cry : Million Dollar Baby (Clint Eastwood)
Last book that made me cry : The last one of the Fool's series (Robin Hobb)
But actually, I cry all the time.

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I haven't cried in a long time, actually. I need to go and rent a tearjerker movie. Although, it's quite possible that I'm just selectively ignoring experiences.

Last Song: "I Would Change My Life" -- Nanci Griffith (I've listened to this song approximately 1 million times in my life. Time 1 million and 1 happened at such a time to make me tear up.)

Last Book: Either "The Hundred Dresses" or "Effective Treatments for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder" (I don't know how my cats know it... one minute, I was reading the book for internship, the next minute I hadn't moved but was just staring fixedly at the page with tears coming out of my eyes. The next thing I know, Tara was in my lap, purring and licking at my tears. Amazingly sensitive cat.)

Last Movie: I honestly don't remember. I need to see more movies. I think "Friday Night Lights" made me tear up when the father put his ring on his son's hand at the end of the big game.

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mackillian
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quote:
Wicked ways (Chris Isaak)
Anna, I LOVE Chris Isaak. Wicked Game was awesome, Go Walkin' Down There is also another great song. [Smile]
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Song: Effing Christmas shoes. Stupid glurgiest song ever. There was probably one inbetween there but I can't really remember.
Book: Harry Potter? Dunno.
Movie: I just watched the end of second season of Slayers (anime) on video this weekend, and it made me cry. Again. It always makes me cry.

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Hearing that Jimmy Buffett is cutting back on his summer tour....
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Stuff that makes me cry?

Most Pixar movies, at some point. Monsters Inc. was particularly nasty about targeting young fathers. When skully has the picture in the end with the splinter from the door, well.... It's insidious, I tell you!

Recently: Grave of the Fireflies-- but I was more P-O'd than sad.

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Last Tv Show: Firefly (teary-eyed)

Last Movie: Nobody Knows. (more than teary-eyed)

Last Book: David Copperfield, when Dora calls Agnes up to her room. [Frown]

Last Song: Hm. I don't often cry for songs.

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The Pixiest
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I'd like to point out before I post this that I am a total sap. I really love sappy stuff.

Last Book: Harry Potter when Molly and Sirius were fighting over Harry.

Last Song: If I'm in the right mood I can get weepy over anything that's particularly beautiful. This last happened with Appalacian Spring. I turned it way up, closed my eyes and just sank into the music. "Is This" by Oingo Boingo can get me with the lyrics and memories attached to the song.

Last Movie/TV Show: "Once More With Feeling" Buffy makes my emotions run high anyway, but when you mix it with song, and the arc of that particular episode...

Pix

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Eruve Nandiriel
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I rarely cry over stuff, but...

Last song to make me cry: What A Wonderful World (It makes me cry every time, it's such a beautiful song!)

Last movie to make me cry: The Phantom of the Opera (I lasted until the end when he put the rose on her grave [Cry] )

Last book to make me cry: A Walk to Remember

[ May 03, 2005, 12:46 PM: Message edited by: Eruve Nandiriel ]

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My grandpa just died last year, and sopmetimes it hits me funny.
Last song: Jack the Lion, Harvey danger
Last Movie: Big Fish

Last book: Order of the Pheonix. I cannot get through the book again.

Ni!

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Movie: Riding the Bus with my Sister [Cry]

Book: Tons of books.

Song: The Lily of the Valley

I cry a lot. [Smile]

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quote:
My grandpa just died last year, and sopmetimes it hits me funny.
Me too. Mine died earlier this year though. It hits me a lot, lately.
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Movie: The Lion King. When Simba finds Mufasa dead, and doesn't realise what happened.

Book: A lot of books make me cry. The most recent: Probably the Railway Children.

Song: A few make me cry. Tears in Heaven (Eric Clapton), always.

I cry a lot lately.

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Ryuko and Desdemona, Tears in Heaven and The Christmas Shoes have to be the world's saddest songs, ever. Oh my God.

My husband and son ran into the grocery store one night, leaving me in the car alone (near Christmas) and when they came back out to the car, I was bawling like a baby because of that stupid Christmas Shoes song! And when Tears in Heaven first came out, I couldn't listen to the song without ending up sobbing like child. Maybe because his son's death was still so new, but I seem to have gotten over it. I can listen to it now without falling apart, but only if I don't pay much attention to it.

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This made me cry.. a lot.
A Separate Peace

Has anyone read this? [Cry]
[Cry]

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I just watched Hotel Rwanda last night and was bawling like a big old girl
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Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. Every single time, all the time. [Cry] It's just so happy!

Oh, and aside from that, I think the last time I cried was when I realized my friend with Alzheimer's was actually dying.

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Book- Umm I reread a page of the first Betsy Tacy today, where a five year old explains that the other ones sister went to heavan, oh man that made cry.

The last movie I saw was Steel Magnolia's, so probably that.

Song, I think I cryed yesterday when Seven Bridges Road by the Eagles was on the radio, it makes me cry because most things that my old schools chior sang do, at least at their final concert.

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Eruve Nandiriel
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quote:
Last song to make me cry: What A Wonderful World (It makes me cry every time, it's such a beautiful song!)
I take that back, I haven't heard that song in a while.

The last time I cried over a song, was when a friend of mine played a goodbye song on the piano for the camp talent show. She played it in front of the entire camp, and sang so beautifully, and she dedicated it to our girl scout troop. Most of us are seniors, and that was our last camp-out together. [Frown] It was so sad, I bawled like a baby. [Cry]

[ May 03, 2005, 09:40 PM: Message edited by: Eruve Nandiriel ]

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Strangely enough, I cried at the end of both the Dune movie and the Dune miniseries...It was a very emotional ending for me. I also cried during the Neon Genesis Evangelion ending movie, Battle Royale, and Requiem for a Dream. As for books, I cried during the Amber Spyglass, Dreamer of Dune, and a couple others.

[ May 03, 2005, 09:46 PM: Message edited by: Ayato ]

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Last song: Butterfly Kisses

Last Movie/TV show, since I've never cried in a movie: Sex in the City. Dead serious.

Last book: Hmm. Can't think of one, actually.

*Note: These two are the only times I've ever cried at something I heard, read, or saw. I'm a callous person, and it takes a moment when I'm stretched emotionally anyways.

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I bawl whenever I see Big Fish. And I'm holding off on watching Hotel Rwanda until I'm not going to be interrupted by roommates.

The Movie That Makes Me Cry (And Hasn't Been Mentioned Yet): Elizabeth

Most Recent Movie: Finding Neverland
Most Recent Book: Yikes. Maybe SotG? Maybe the Iliad? Can't remember...
Most Recent Song: None, really, but the saddest song I've heard recently is "Tonight is the Night I Fell Asleep at the Wheel," by BNL. Very very sad. [Frown]

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Last movie: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Last book: SOTG
Last song: Someone to watch over me (everytime I hear the song I remember a comercial which had the song. The comercial was about a guy with full blown AIDS waiting for someone to bring him food. He sat sat there looking out the window. [Cry] Anyhow, I haven't seen the comercial in like 10 years, yet I can't forget it.)

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Surprisingly, I misted up during Good Will Hunting just now.
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Surprisingly??!!!
That movie makes me bawl like a baby every time. When he breaks down... oh my. Cant handle it...

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Sometimes I think everything makes me cry.

HesterGray mentioned A League of Their Own. That one gets me every blessed time, starting when the girl who was raised by her dad leaves him to go play ball. I suppose that scene destroys me because I was very close to my dad, and one of the manifestations of that closeness was our shared love of baseball. And KarlEd mentioned Finding Neverland. I just finally saw that a couple of days ago, and I cried buckets.

Songs that make me cry: John Lennon's "Just Like Starting Over" does it to me every time, considering the circumstances.

TV shows: For some reason, The West Wing always makes me cry. Always. Even when it's an episode I've seen 10 times.

Stupidest thing that make me cry: Awards shows. Every time someone wins an award, I cry, idiot that I am.

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quote:
When he breaks down... oh my. Cant handle it...
That was exactly when it happened for me. But I almost never cry at movies.
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quote:
Surprisingly, I misted up during Good Will Hunting just now.
It's not your fault.
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That movie makes me bawl like a baby every time. When he breaks down... oh my. Cant handle it...
It's not your fault.
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That was exactly when it happened for me. But I almost never cry at movies.
It's not your fault.

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Last song to make me cry was the opening music for Full Metal Alchemist... oh and the music from Wolf's Rain when the gates of Paradise are forced open!

Yah... ok I'm a blubbery anime geek...

Last book to make me cry was Blue Mars... when Sax and Ann get together.

Let see.. last movie to make me cry was when I watched Return of the King the other day and Gandy talks about the afterlife in Valinor...and of course when the High Elves leave.

[ May 08, 2005, 01:06 AM: Message edited by: Telperion the Silver ]

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I cry for lots of reasons. I can't remember precisely the *last* time I cried over specific things, but I'll tell you what gets me every time:

Movie/TV: Extreme Makeover Home Edition. Every frickin time. Even the "How did they do that?" spin off on Mondays, even though I already know what happened because I watched the Actual Show the day before. I am a complete sap.

Song: The entire "O, Brother Where Art Thou?" album, because that is what I played when I drove my labrador to the airport to send her away to a rescue organization. She had bitten my three-year old (totally Christopher's fault, but he was three years old, and I couldn't send *him* away!) and it was a very emotional time. When "Angel Band" started and I heard "Take me away on your snow-white wings", I broke down completely. It still gets me sometimes.

Book: Lost Boys got me good, also "Deep End of the Ocean" (I was a new mom when I read that). I almost couldn't finish either of those.

Elementary school recitals make me cry. The little kids up there are working so hard at simply not peeing themselves and singing their little hearts out. It's so sweet. *sniffle* I'm so glad that I can sit to my friend Jill (her son is in my son's class) during these things, she cries too.

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