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Old 03-18-2014, 07:03 PM
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Most emotional deaths in The Walking Dead I think:

1. Death of Sophia
2. Death of Dale
3. Death of Andrea
4. Death of Hershel
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1. Death of Sophia
2. Death of Dale
3. Death of Andrea
4. Death of Lizzy
5. Death of Hershel
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Just realized I forgot to chime in on this thread. Here are a few that come to mind:
  1. The Sixth Sense - the scene with Osment and Collette in the car gets me every fucking time. Hard.
  2. I Am Legend - the scene with Smith and his dog is heart-wrenching - quite possibly Smith's finest moment on screen so far.
  3. Million Dollar Baby - Eastwood's final scene with Swank.
  4. Wall-E - the scene where he remembers Eva is amazing, because there are no voices, and no actors - and I'm still in tears.
  5. Up - ditto for a few scenes in this one.
  6. Saving Private Ryan - multiple scenes, such as "Earn this" and the scene at the graveyard.
  7. Schindler's List - multiple scenes, such as the one where Neeson cries that he "could have saved more", and the one at his grave.
  8. Forrest Gump - multiple scenes, such as when Forrest meets his son and when Jenny dies.
  9. Eight Below - the second half of the movie had my stomach in knots.
  10. Awakenings - the entire movie is a roller-coaster of emotion as DeNiro faces the ups and downs of his disease.
  11. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest - Nicholson's final few scenes.
  12. Braveheart - Gibson's final scene, and others.
  13. Gladiator - Crowe's final scene.
  14. A Beautiful Mind - ditto.
Speaking of Russell Crowe (and no, I'm not a fanboy - these last few are just coincidence), I cried tears of joy for him in Cinderella Man.

A bit aside from the original topic, but here are a few more "tears of joy" films:
  • The Shawshank Redemption
  • Rudy
  • Hoosiers
  • Rocky
  • The Karate Kid
  • Good Will Hunting
  • Dead Poets Society
  • LOTR: Return of the King
By the way...in light of Twatty's recent "thread heard 'round the forum", the above list of movies would be a pretty good start for my own personal list if I were to ever make one. I think only two or three of the above films made his list.
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Old 03-19-2014, 09:41 AM
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By the way...in light of Twatty's recent "thread heard 'round the forum", the above list of movies would be a pretty good start for my own personal list if I were to ever make one. I think only two or three of the above films made his list.
That's such a cruel nickname for the poor kid.
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That's such a cruel nickname for the poor kid.
I just took the acronym TWATY and modified it a bit.

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Just realized I forgot to chime in on this thread. Here are a few that come to mind:
  1. The Sixth Sense - the scene with Osment and Collette in the car gets me every fucking time. Hard.
  2. I Am Legend - the scene with Smith and his dog is heart-wrenching - quite possibly Smith's finest moment on screen so far.
  3. Million Dollar Baby - Eastwood's final scene with Swank.
  4. Wall-E - the scene where he remembers Eva is amazing, because there are no voices, and no actors - and I'm still in tears.
  5. Up - ditto for a few scenes in this one.
  6. Saving Private Ryan - multiple scenes, such as "Earn this" and the scene at the graveyard.
  7. Schindler's List - multiple scenes, such as the one where Neeson cries that he "could have saved more", and the one at his grave.
  8. Forrest Gump - multiple scenes, such as when Forrest meets his son and when Jenny dies.
  9. Eight Below - the second half of the movie had my stomach in knots.
  10. Awakenings - the entire movie is a roller-coaster of emotion as DeNiro faces the ups and downs of his disease.
  11. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest - Nicholson's final few scenes.
  12. Braveheart - Gibson's final scene, and others.
  13. Gladiator - Crowe's final scene.
  14. A Beautiful Mind - ditto.
Speaking of Russell Crowe (and no, I'm not a fanboy - these last few are just coincidence), I cried tears of joy for him in Cinderella Man.

A bit aside from the original topic, but here are a few more "tears of joy" films:
  • The Shawshank Redemption
  • Rudy
  • Hoosiers
  • Rocky
  • The Karate Kid
  • Good Will Hunting
  • Dead Poets Society
  • LOTR: Return of the King
By the way...in light of Twatty's recent "thread heard 'round the forum", the above list of movies would be a pretty good start for my own personal list if I were to ever make one. I think only two or three of the above films made his list.
I like your taste in movies. Ditto on what ya said for Schindler's list.

The last scene of 12 Years a Slave....scratch that watch the whole thing flick hits ya hard.
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Thanks! I haven't seen that movie yet, but I'm sure it's pretty heavy duty. I've also heard Lone Survivor is another one that'll evoke some strong emotions. I look forward to seeing both.
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Will Smith is one fine damn actor. I Am Legend and Seven Pounds are both incredible films. Very, very emotional.
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Will Smith is one fine damn actor. I Am Legend and Seven Pounds are both incredible films. Very, very emotional.
He isn't in my book. I much prefer Jamie Foxx.

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Flicking through this thread and BAM Walking Dead spoilers. A lot of them, too.

Fuck you guys so very fucking hard. Is it THAT HARD to use a spoiler warning? Dickheads. Absolute dickheads. This isn't The Walkind Dead thread so they are ABSOLUTELY necessary.
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