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    The final episode of the last 'Big C' when she runs the marathon for her friend and everyone is there at the finish line cheering her on and she can see people who are both dead and alive and she says something like 'you came, I can't believe you all came' and her son says 'except dad, dad's not here yet' but he is there and she realises that this means he has died (while she was running the marathon). It was so unexpected and it made me cry.

    I am Sam...pretty well the whole movie.

    I can't watch The Green Mile...I saw it at the cinema and it is a fantastic movie but it has traumatised me for life and I can't bring myself to sit and watch it.

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    Titanic when he is on the water at the end, and she is on the plank of wood saying "Jack, Jack?"

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    We were watching monsters inc tonight and the bit at the end where sully opens up boo's door and she is grown up and says kitty. I think even him saying goodbye before the door gets shredded gets me too. She is so excited to have him in her room but for him having to leave, so so sad.

    Gosh, i sound like a loser over a childs movie lol

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    Cocoons, when he takes Rose to the swimming pool to try to bring her back to life.

    Marley and me when he looks at Owen Wilson for the last time before he shuts his eyes.

    Gorilla's in the mist when they kill digit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moosie View Post
    The beginning of the movie 'UP' with the montage of the old man and his wife.

    I was bawling at the cinema behind my 3D glasses - it absolutely broke me!

    Even thinking about it now almost brings me to tears and I've been unable to watch it since
    This too! Funny things is DP and i watched that movie on our first date, and then it ended up being us (not able to have children).

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    The Blind Side. When he says "Ive never had one" and she's says "your own room?" And he's says "a bed" and the look on her face. A few other parts of the movie as well

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    Another one.
    Across the universe in the scene with the brooklyn riots and the little boys funeral juxtaposed with the soldiers funeral all to the song let it be.
    Am watching it for the 20th time and crying AGAIN!!

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    Red Dog - omg I bawled during that movie. Didn't want to watch it coz I'd heard it was sad but lady at work lent me the DVD and kept nagging me 'have you watched it yet? even though it's sad, there's lots of good bits!' so I had to.
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    Omg watching up for the first time after ttc for 18 months. Lost it. Lol. Don't even know what the rest of the movie is about.

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    Oh that makes me cry

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