Big Fish (the end is pretty sad)
Saving Private Ryan (the graveyard scene at the end.. "tell me i'm a good man!" ****, you almost break up just reading that!)
Seven (a couple scenes.. especially the end. you're so pissed off at Kevin Spacey you could just .. well..)
Of Mice And Men (I saw this when I was like 8. The ending made me cry. My dad had to explain it to me a few times, haha.)
I Am Sam (yeah, whatever.. the part where he's on the stand and he's trying to defend himself but he breaks down because he doesn't think he's good enough to take care of his daughter)
American History X (the ending.. what a way to take away all the feel good emotion..)
Pay It Forward (the scene where spacey explains why his skin is all messed up, plus the ending)
Lorenzo's Oil (I saw in school in 8th grade and it made me pretty sad)
Any movie where someone stands up for someone else in a huge act of heroism always get to me for some reason.
A few animes have. The Rurouni Kenshin OVA is probably the only anime I'd be least embarassed to mention. But that's because it has samurais and double crossing women.
There was an article in my newspaper not too long ago that had a bunch of the "best of movies that make men cry". Lots of war and sports movies. Wish I could find it because it was one of the better lists I'd seen.
A Walk To Remember
What's Love Got To Do With It
My Best Friend's Wedding
Something's Gotta Give
Behind Enemy Lines
Bend It Like Beckham
Days Of Our Lives
An Affair To Remember
Boyz In The Hood
Don't Be A Menace To South Central While Drinking Juice In The Hood
Pretty In Pink
The Pink Panther
Secret Paris Hilton Tape
The Number 23
Mr Bean Returns
Theres Something About Mary
Band Camp: American Pie
American Pie 5: The Naked Mile
Luck Of The Irish
I Got A Date With The Presidents Daughter
My Mom Has A Date With A Vampire
The 13th Year
Saved By The Bell
Sister, Sister Talk About A Three Way Twister
Not afraid to say I've cried while watching movies (never AT the movies though). Mostly I just get choked up though, without the tears.
Forrest Gump - when he meets his son
Cinderella Man - a couple different parts
Shawshank Redemption - when Red says this...
I have to remind myself that some birds aren't meant to be caged. Their feathers are just too bright. And when they fly away, the part of you that knows it was a sin to lock them up does rejoice. Still, the place you live in is that much more drab and empty that they're gone. I guess I just miss my friend.
If anime makes you cry, you are no longer considered a man.
How is one form of art considered superior to another? Why is one considered "more mature"? In Japan, anime is a serious art form. Only in America is animation frowned upon and viewed as inferior; child's stuff, etc.
The anime, I believe it was called "Mind Game", would most likely be an R-rated affair in America. Or banned. Whichever.
Madhouse was so impressed with Mind Game that they helped promote it, even though they had nothing to do with the film
Eirin (the Japanese film board) presented Mind Game with a 'General Audiences' rating, despite its sex and violence, because they felt it was a movie that deserved to be seen by as many people as possible.