Post # 1
I just watched this scene of Criminal Minds and bawled like a baby: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pyG_UFJrcU4 . It’s Hotch speaking to his ex-wife for the last time. (Warning, she gets shot, but it is entrely off screen- you only hear it). When he tells his son to hug his mom for him, knowing she’s about to die, I started sobbing.
(Btw, for those who don’t know, when he tells his son to “work the case” he’s telling him to go hide- his son used to hide in a piece of furniture in his office and say he was “helping Daddy work the case.”)
So, what scenes from movies or TV shows get you going like a waterfall?
ETA: Add a little bit of backstory or a video clip for those of us who haven’t seen the same scenes!
Post # 3
When Wash dies in Serenity.
When Penny gives the napkin signed by Nimoy in The Big Bang Theory
Post # 4
Hatchi, that movie with Richard Gere about the dog who loves him so much, it goes to the train station and waits for him every single day even after his owner is gone.
I cried like the world was ending tomorrow.
Post # 5
I have 3 and it seems there’s a trend,
1.elderly couple hugging on the bed as the Titanic goes down
2. hospital bed scene at the end of the Notebook
3. and the hospital bed scene with Juno and Paulie Bleeker
oh and I cried for a few days straight after seeing Apocalypto
PS I hate crying…
Post # 6
‘Homeward Bound’ when Sassy the cat goes over the waterfall, Chance and Shadow think she died
Post # 7
I pretty much sobbed through “The Descendants” last weekend. I watched it by myself so I really let it all out!
Post # 8
@icetea: The first two get me everytime. And the only time I like crying at movies is whe my BFF is there crying with me so I don’t feel so silly. Sometimes, though, a good cry at a movie is an awesome stress reliever. 🙂
Post # 9
The end of Pay it Forward, when they look out and see the people out front, and the long line of cars.
Post # 10
- Wedding: June 2014 - Italiano's Humble
When the ladies start acting crazy at Shelby’s(Julia Roberts) funeral. I cry every time, but laugh also!
Also, there’s a couple parts in Practical Magic, Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, Hope Floats, there’s plenty LOL. I’m pregnant now, so give it time, Dora the Explorer will have me so pissed off I’m crying! LOL
Post # 11
Everything in Doctor Who.
When Rose and the Tenth Doctor are separated
When Madame du Pompadour dies before she can see the world
When Astrid dies in the titanic episode
When Donna loses her memory
When “John Smith” has to become the Doctor again and lose his love with the nurse
Every time Rory dies
When Amy and Rory “die” for “real”
Re-watching River Song’s death now that we’ve seen her actual timeline
When Donna loses her “husband” in Forest of the Dead
Most of all… When Idris has to say goodbye and not speak to the Doctor anymore will always take the #1 slot though.
Idris: I’ve been looking for a word. A big, complicated word but so sad. I’ve found it now.
The Doctor: What word?
Idris: “Alive.” I’m alive.
The Doctor: Alive isn’t sad.
Idris: It’s sad when it’s over. I’ll always be here. But this is when we talked. And now, even that has come to an end. There’s something I didn’t get to say to you.
The Doctor: Goodbye.
Idris: No. I just wanted to say… hello. Hello, Doctor. It’s so very, very nice to meet you.
Episode is called “The Doctor’s Wife” if anyone is interested, and it makes for decent standalone as well.
Any time you want a good cry, a Doctor Who marathon is in order haha.
Post # 12
- Wedding: June 2014 - Italiano's Humble
@icetea: OMG, yeah, I totally forgot about those 3! They get me every dang time!
Post # 13
The perspective of a mum who gets to watch a lot of kids’ films…
Tangled. Oh my, that climactic scene with the king, queen and the guard, Gets me crying just thinking about it.
The end of Toy Story 3. Jesse’s song in Toy Story 2.
The end of Paulie. Wow. Waaaaaa
Just about any reunion scene.
Post # 14
– Sally Field’s monologue at the end of Steel Magnolias.
– The end of Fellowship of the Ring and Return of the King.
– More recently, several scenes (but especially the ending) of Les Miserables.
That’s all that comes to mind for now, but I’m a pretty big crybaby.
Post # 15
The opening montage in Up. Actually, I sobbed though that whole movie.
And when all the toys reach for each other’s hands in Toy Story 3.
And it’s not a movie or show, but I watched fiance play “The Walking Dead: The Game”, and the ending had me crying like a baby.
Post # 16
The only time I have ever cried during a movie or TV show was the season 2 finale of Doctor Who. It was so bad. Knees-to-chest, gasping, ugly cry. Super embarassing.