What film(either viewing at home or in the theatre) has just emotionally wrought you? You know what I mean. The moment comes, you try to fight back the emotion, but fail. You've got tears collecting, you're sobbing, the tears are now rolling all down your face. Was it a sad moment in the film, or did you relate to it? Why did you react so strongly to the moment on the screen?
Mine is without a doubt, Toy Story 3. The Toy Story films are so dear to my heart. The first film I ever saw was the first Toy Story when I was but a wee laddie. I had Woody and Buzz toys growing up that always entertained me, and the characters became real to me, like family. We had great times, Woody, Buzz, and I. As I grew up I waited for another Toy Story film, but nothing ever came. Fast forward to 2010 and we get Toy Story 3. At this time in my life, like Andy, I am nearing the time where I will be leaving the familiar and going off to college. The film isn't just an animated adventure, it spoke to me like no other animated film did before. We see through Andy that toys aren't just toys. They are memories we will always cherish and hold on to. No matter what I do, that ending gets me every time, from the moment Andy picks up Woody to the last shot of the clouds that started it all(it was in the theatre too)...Thank you Woody, thank you Buzz.
So, what is your most emotional movie viewing experience? What movie touched your heartstrings and let out your emotions like no other?