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In need of a weepy.....

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PasswordInvalid Sat 28-Jan-17 19:26:31

Hey,
Just watched Armageddon and I did cry a little, so now I'm in the mood for a good weepfest. Any suggestions please?

LynetteScavo Sat 28-Jan-17 19:28:14

The best of me.

It's on amazon prime.

It's crap, but I cried through the whole film.

Lilaclily Sat 28-Jan-17 19:29:23

Me before you, the adaptation of the jo moyes book

ExitPursuedBySpartacus Sat 28-Jan-17 19:30:07

Dumbo.

MeganChips Sat 28-Jan-17 19:34:37

Either About Time or Me, Earl and the Dying Girl.

I howled at both.

Whatthefoxgoingon Sun 29-Jan-17 09:52:36

Go watch Lion in the cinema.

MsAmerica Sun 29-Jan-17 23:30:04

Camille!

I probably cry longer during "The Passion of Joan of Arc" than in any other movie, but I realize it's not for everyone.

TyneTeas Sun 29-Jan-17 23:32:39

Beaches

Gallipoli

justdontevenfuckingstart Sun 29-Jan-17 23:33:12

Oh god Armageddon. My family are 'you've seen this film a thousand times why do you still cry!'

Marley and Me

The Time Traveller's Wife

TyneTeas Sun 29-Jan-17 23:35:55

I also recall being quite weepy at the start of Jersey Girl

dovesong Sun 29-Jan-17 23:40:43

Marley and Me broke me into little pieces. (Slightly ashamed to admit that)

jdrussell78 Mon 30-Jan-17 08:45:12

Pay it Forward

DragonitesRule Mon 30-Jan-17 08:47:12

Me before you
Time traveller's wife
The notebook

auldfuckingspinster Mon 30-Jan-17 08:47:25

A Farewell to arms - 1932 version with Gary Cooper- it's on YouTube and surprisingly racy.

AutumnalLeaves38 Mon 30-Jan-17 09:23:51

My 3 'guarantees' are oldies :

Love Story (1970) -seriously stockpile the tissues.

The Way We Were (1973) -perfect break-up movie.

It's A Wonderful Life (1946) -essential Xmas sobfest!

<realises mascara is endangered even by remembering certain scenes in each of them>

AutumnalLeaves38 Mon 30-Jan-17 09:28:13

OP,

Just realised you posted on Saturday night...hopefully your Monday isn't as difficult as to warrant therapeutic crying later. But mine are good to keep in the memory bank for future reference wink

Thefishtankneedswater Mon 30-Jan-17 09:32:45

Instructions not included on Netflix had me in floods of tears.

Anniegetyourgun Mon 30-Jan-17 15:34:37

Shadowlands, obviously. What my dad would have called a five-handkerchief job.

Not everyone would find this weepworthy, but A Matter of Life and Death (1946) reliably moves me and some of my ever so tough, cynical male friends to tears. I just went to check on a bit of dialogue I was going to quote (and hadn't remembered it right, so it's just as well) and it set me off again.

milkmoustache Mon 30-Jan-17 15:35:55

Sophie's choice.

PasswordInvalid Mon 30-Jan-17 17:56:42

Thanks all. I'm sure I'll make use of your suggestions next time I'm in need of a sob fest!

MusicToMyEars800 Wed 01-Feb-17 10:39:18

the last film I got teared up with was p.s I love you, I can't think of any so I will be watching this thread in hope for some suggestions smile

Bloodybridget Wed 01-Feb-17 21:51:56

I saw Lion this afternoon, four soggy tissues! It's a great film, brilliant child actor.

PoohBearsHole Wed 01-Feb-17 21:54:23

Pete's Dragon. The new one.

don't watch if hormonal

keeganface Mon 06-Feb-17 19:31:58

A monster calls.

LaundryFairy Mon 06-Feb-17 20:55:11

Truly, Madly, Deeply

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