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to think, after seeing it for the 33rd time, i should be able to get through the life sequence in Up

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ParadiseChick Fri 21-Jun-13 17:03:25

Without bubbling?


Every bloody time. It's just so sweet.

JamieandtheMagicTorch Fri 21-Jun-13 17:04:32

It is a lovely lovely film.

JamieandtheMagicTorch Fri 21-Jun-13 17:04:55

And I cried at the end too.

neunundneunzigluftballons Fri 21-Jun-13 17:05:15

Nope you shouldn't or you will know you have turned into a hard hearted, stone cold misery guts. It is snivell worthy

msrisotto Fri 21-Jun-13 17:05:53

I'm the same. It's devastating!

LalyRawr Fri 21-Jun-13 17:06:17

One of the best love stories, shown in 11 minutes with no talking.

Makes me cry every time.

ParadiseChick Fri 21-Jun-13 17:07:08

I remember at the cinema, you child hear more sniffing than three was at My Sisters Keeper! I was a wreck.

ParadiseChick Fri 21-Jun-13 17:07:35


MarcelineTheVampireQueen Fri 21-Jun-13 17:07:47

Nah, cant be done! Those pixar bastards get me every time! !

MikeLitoris Fri 21-Jun-13 17:08:18

There is something wrong with you if you dont cry at that.

Only cold hearted weirdos dont cry at it

Inthebeginning Fri 21-Jun-13 17:08:59

We watched it when we were on the verge of ttc and sobbed. Pretty much the same thing happened to us and so we both find it incredibly emotive, but also like it is our own story iyswim....but we also think its very beautiful too x

BatwingsAndButterflies Fri 21-Jun-13 17:09:23

I was in floods the first time I saw it. I still cry proper tears even now when its on.

ParadiseChick Fri 21-Jun-13 17:12:00

So glad it's not just me, big fat proper tears. My dh and ds sit and watch me!

StuntGirl Fri 21-Jun-13 17:13:00

Anyone who doesn't cry is in fact, a robot. No human could resist.

Squitten Fri 21-Jun-13 17:22:44

Gets me every time.

And I sobbed in the cinema when Wall-E got crushed by the plant thing.

mrsjay Fri 21-Jun-13 17:23:54

well you are not heartless of course you cry it is a lovely film and the opening scene had me in floods the first time we watched it It is so moving but not sickly like usual disney sentiment , it is just so <wail>

FrenchRuby Fri 21-Jun-13 17:24:23

I watched this for the millionth time this morning and I still cried my eyes out.

BumbleBee2011 Fri 21-Jun-13 17:27:36

I've only seen it the one time, and that sequence is the main reason I can't bring myself to watch it again!

Ilovemydogandmydoglovesme Fri 21-Jun-13 17:32:20

My dc's watch this a lot and I always well up at that point. Bastards.

catsmother Fri 21-Jun-13 17:46:54

I've never seen Up but have read the Judith Kerr book "Goodbye Mog" umpteen times and always blub at that which is ultra embarrassing given its for little kids....

JamieandtheMagicTorch Fri 21-Jun-13 17:58:44

I sobbed and sobbed when I was reading Adolphus Tips to my DCs

Dorris83 Fri 21-Jun-13 18:05:01

I sob everytime
Also can't watch 'Homeward Bound' (a kid's film about two dogs and a cat journeying cross country to get to their owners.
At the end you think the golden retriever might have died, then he limps over the hill to his family... Seriously I bawl. I was taking care of a friend's children and they were watching that film and I had to leave the room at the end so they didn't see me crying

saintmerryweather Fri 21-Jun-13 18:05:09

i must be a cold hearted weird robot...i had to actually check which bit was reducing prople to tears. i felt nothing watching it!

TWinklyLittleStar Fri 21-Jun-13 18:06:13

I came on to say that you would only not cry if your heart had turned to stone but others have got there before me. It's even more devastating now after years of TTC - funny that Pixar can get the heartbreak so right with no words.

Bloody hell welling up just thinking about it.

Overreactionoftheweek Fri 21-Jun-13 19:02:47

Saw this in the cinema in the middle of our ttc hell - there was loud sobbing coming from my seat and I still cry watching it now, even though DS is here and healthy!

I agree that the end makes me cry too, definitely not my favourite Pixar!

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