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1 hour ago, Brummie Clyde said:

The bit where the old guy (Brooks?) hangs himself in Shawshank Redemption, after being released from present.

Did he get the ribbon caught around his neck?

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Just remembered another one; Bucket List.

Bucket of tears more like.

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Senna

 

The last five minutes, seeing the mass outpouring of grief in Brazil, gulp 😥

And I don't even like motor sport but that is an incredible piece of film.

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Senna
 
The last five minutes, seeing the mass outpouring of grief in Brazil, gulp
And I don't even like motor sport but that is an incredible piece of film.
Good shout. I can remember crying at that but can't remember the exact bit. The scene where he actually dies is most likely.

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On 17/05/2020 at 21:38, tongue_tied_danny said:

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I watched this so long ago I cant even remember how the film goes but I do remember feeling emotionally destroyed and I cant bring myself to watch it again 🤯 

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Can’t remember if I’ve already posted this but the scene in Spartacus when he’s on the cross and his wife shows him his kid.

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On 10/06/2020 at 22:03, Flybhoy said:

Senna

 

The last five minutes, seeing the mass outpouring of grief in Brazil, gulp 😥

And I don't even like motor sport but that is an incredible piece of film.

The final scene from "Road" is on another level to Senna  when it was released in 2014  Then on the 7th of July 2018 William Dunlop was killed racing in Ireland   Will not forget that birthday in a while! It is only recently that i have managed to watch "Road" again  To say it was a hard watch is a understatement!  

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The end of Das Boot (original series and film) was probably the only time I’ve shed  tear for the Jerries. 

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Watership Down when Hazel dies at the end.

Marley and me nearly finished me off.

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1 minute ago, ThatBoyRonaldo said:

Cannot believe there is 6 pages of this thread and only one mention of Coco

That's actually a belter of a movie...put it on for the wean to watch and found myself still enjoying it when she fell asleep

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6 hours ago, maicoman said:

The final scene from "Road" is on another level to Senna  when it was released in 2014  Then on the 7th of July 2018 William Dunlop was killed racing in Ireland   Will not forget that birthday in a while! It is only recently that i have managed to watch "Road" again  To say it was a hard watch is a understatement!  

Of a similar theme, Closer to the Edge about the TT.  Watching Bridget Dobbs reflect on the death of her husband still gets me, but it was the quick interview they did with Paul Owen that really gets me.  Owen was the next bike after Dobbs and a close friend, and at the end Paul just looks down, says something like "It is what it is" and you can see everything hit him at that moment....the danger, the loss of a friend. 

Mind watching Road at the time, obviously knew the story but I was not ready for what they showed....hit me like a ton of bricks and eyes where watering, especially with what Micheal managed to achieve after.  For Micheal to still be able to throw his leg over the bike despite everything......yeah, another level.

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I'm watching Inside Out just now, and I actually had to shut my eyes when Joy and Bing Bong got in the rocket...

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I'm watching Inside Out just now, and I actually had to shut my eyes when Joy and Bing Bong got in the rocket...
I'm an absolute wreck just thinking about it.

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f**k that scene so much. Devastating stuff.

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Schindler's List

 

Gallipoli

 

Dumbo

 

Everest

 

Beaches

 

Brokeback Mountain

 

Mr Holland's Opus

 

Lion

 

Steel Magnolias

 

The Color Purple

 

Angel of Nanjing

 

Sophie's Choice

 

Brief Encounter

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Oh my god - I've just watched Wonder with the family!

I'm not normally one to get too emotional at films but would have been in absolute floods of tears if it wasn't for my teenage son being a pain in the arse at the most emotional moments.

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