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And here I thought it was because of screen writing. How silly of me.
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The pass on of the Christ
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I think I've watched that one when I was younger, not sure. But still you can literally have a movie about a person whose story is so depressing that a hardcore war genocide surviver would cry, but if it was AWFULLY written... I mean it would be just hard to watch or even relate to the character.
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I always cry during emotional movies.

My hard one was after I watched the Godfather. I couldn't hold myself..
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Too many to count, but some “every-timers”:

E.T.; Patch Adams, The Pursuit of Happiness; Moana; Hope Floats; Titanic; Philadelphia... Marley and Me made me sob, in the theater surrounded by people.

I get embarrassed initially, but embarrassed or not it feels good, so I go with it.
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Awesome article.very true too.so many i cant remember all.

Animations like,frozen,kung fu panda 3,the movies mentioned in article,many other love stories,dramas even comedies,just any scenes where you connect to the emotions or scenes of poeple showing emapthy,acts of forgiving ,loyalty ,love.and all good things that connects on a deep level.
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ouh.. the green mile,it was divided into some parts on tv,but i was kept crying somehow. so touching scenes.
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