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Absolutely agree, everyone should see this once. The most touching and moving movie experience I ever went through.
Great film. I actually went to Auschwitz when I was in 6th Form, a moving experience.
Another film I'd recommend which is actually a lot more brutal IMO is Roman Polanski's The Pianist.
More like 'How could they do this to 007' :'( :'(
It does have it's good moments to be fair - regardless of what some might say. It also has some VERY bad ones.
Anyway, I started it so I'll put an end to it. Lets stop the DAD bashing.
It's impossible for me to speak of it positively, so here I take my exit.
No it isn't - EVERY Bond film has its merits.
Agreed, I think with DAD there's also some nice "little" touches in the film. Bond trying to kill Miranda for instance. A good film thats desperate to get out.
Heathers - my age made me connect to the troubled teenagers. Moody.
The world according to garp - we are all going to die. Depressed.
Lord of the Rings (Return of the King)
The Verdict (Newman at his best, in my opiinion)
On Golden Pond
The Lion King
Babe (yes, the pig movie)
some really older films, too
To Kill a Mockingbird
Two Women (Sophia Loren's oscar winning role)
On the Waterfront
Miracle on 34th Street
sorry, couldn't help but laugh a bit ;)
Well, I almost put down Love Actually, too. :)
Watching fellowship of the ring at the cinema blew me away.
The end of E.T. always does it to my mum, to such an extent that if ever it were on and she was passing through the room, she'd have to make sure she'd left before the end, otherwise she'd be in buckets.
Say what you like about Spielberg's ability to manipulate an audience's emotions being cynical, but he's outstanding at it...
Spielberg is a genius. He creates the ugliest creature in the universe and not only do we all fall for its charms and cuteness, our eyes are filled with tears when it boards the spaceship for its journey home. Cynical or not, Spielberg understands good Sunday afternoon entertainment.
The second when Mary (Elliot's mum) laughs out of sheer ebullience at what she's witnessing gets me every time, have to admit...
In so many ways, it's an awesome movie...
I remember seeing Watership Down on it's original release and I don't mind saying there was a lump in the throat at times, it's a genuinely sad and moving animation, anybody who thinks otherwise is a liar or has simply never bothered to watch it even
I've never shed tears in a theater I can honestly say that but was moved to a certain extent by such releases at the time as Star Trek II, where Nimoy sacrifices himself for the good of the ship at the end in the radiation chamber, got a bit animated, it was a bit of a giveaway that the character would somehow return when Part III was titled 'The Search for Spock'
I don't mind admitting too during some of the early Rocky films too especially when Stallone first becomes champion, his trainer has a heart attack or Apollo gets killed by Drago in Part 4 was it, all a bit silly but significant nonetheless
Watership Down is genius book and the original animated movie is very touching indeed.
Star Trek 2 has it brilliant moment and Spocks demise is indeed touching.
Any Stallone movie makes me cry, that I was dumb enough to spend money on it. :D
Lassie come home with a very young Liz Taylor is a sure tissue-matter, WHen the mutt finaly finds his way home to it boss I find it hard to not be emotional.
OHMSS Tracy's demise does touch me every time (well acted mr. Lazenby)
There are actually scenes in the first couple of Rocky films where I have a genuine feeling of sadness. Stallone can be very tears inducing in his writing and even occasionally in his acting, especially in some of the Rocky films. Of course those blunt action flicks don't have that bit of magic. ;-)