5th December 2011 - 09:44 AM
My name is Michel.Here i am posting for those people who like to watch movies in the theater.If you watch movie in the theater then please share with us, What is the name a movie that made you cry in the theater ?
11th December 2011 - 11:05 AM
Dumbo, Bambi, ET, Born Free to name but a few.
14th December 2011 - 04:16 PM
All the above plus The Prince Of Egypt.
14th December 2011 - 06:35 PM
Goodbye, My Lady
14th December 2011 - 07:32 PM
24th August 2012 - 03:24 PM
I like to watch hollywood movies because it's one of the best way to entertain myself. recently i have seen some of good movies like trminator, mission impossible and saw, it was really too thrilling movie.........
27th August 2012 - 02:15 PM
Dumbo...cried like a baby!
I was in college and had a break during the day and was just wandering in North Dallas.
Saw the theater that a few of us had gone to for Rocky Horror the previous weekend and they had a Disney thing going on so I went in.
Room full of moms and kids and one 20 year old guy (me).
27th August 2012 - 10:30 PM
I cry at a lot of movies . They touch me in profound ways . The one I cry the most about every time I see it ( and it had piss pour ratings ) The Post Man .
The Power of 8
It was when the kid yelled out to the horse back rider that he had a letter and the rider came back for the kids letter . I am crying right now just thinking about the scene.
That Kevin Costner . I like that guys skills as an entertainer . Dances with wolves was another one I cry like a baby watching . The opening scene takes me back to my roots of Colonial Lucien Greathouse getting shoot , but riding in a similar fashion as Kevin Costner in the opening scene of Dances with Wolves . Carryng the flag of the United States and as the South yelled give up you have been beat He said while riding his big Grey Horse . " Give up hell we just started fighting . At that point he caught a bullet in the chest and died . His troops rallied by the love they had for there commanding Officer and his act of bravery that they won the day. The very next day they burned Atlanta to the ground .
You got it Sherman's march to the sea .
I looked at the old records and the accounts of the battle and it is true what was said about Lucien by the accounts in the official records .
So when I see that scene I think of Lucien and his death at the battle at the Troup Hurt House just before Atlanta and how it inspired victory . That was pretty much the end of the war after that . The rest of march to the sea was a cake walk as Sherman wrote to Lincoln that if he could take Atlanta the Presidency would still be his . That battle was the decisive battle that made it happen . The rest was a mop up and Lincoln was reelected .
That is my Great Uncle Lucien . Me Grandpa's brother . Local Hero of Vandalia Illinois.
6th October 2012 - 07:55 AM
The Artist (2011) was the most classical romantic movie
I had ever watched. The movie was full of love drama. Though I love to watch horror movies
but these movies I love to watch again and again. I generally watch movies from online movies
websites where you can get varieties of crime, horror , love based movies free of cost.
6th October 2012 - 08:19 AM
The Green Mile.
22nd October 2012 - 06:20 PM
When Natalie Wood screams "Don't you touch him" in West Side Story
23rd October 2012 - 03:39 AM
QUOTE (Capracus+Oct 6 2012, 08:19 AM)
The Green Mile.
Yeah that movie was something . Very trippy . Now add in my personal adventures up nine mile valley and you got me by the nut sack big time . Ah yeah no wonder I am tripped out big time ."Nine Green Tree brother ". What does it really mean? Life is one starange trip . *** me running anyway
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