helen the baby fox
eight and below
Murder in the First (1995)-
Inspired by a true story. Henry stays in confinemnent for years, loses his sanity and commits murder. The story follows a rookie lawyer - watch this in my late teens....was still crying after the movie end...
-P.S I love you (This sucker makes me cry constantly from beginning to end...It never fails)
-The Notebook (beautiful movie for obvious reasons)
-Band of Brothers (I know it's more of a mini series but by the end of the 9 episodes I can't help but cry. It's almost like fighting the war along side of them so to see their reactions when the war ended- golden!)
-One Week (A wonderful lil Canadian film about life and the beauty of each day)
-Porky's (not because it is sad but because I'm laughing so hard it hurts)
The list could just go on and on but I think that's a sufficient start to my tear duct workout plan
Honestly, I became very sensitive since when I don't know but I cried in like every single movies, ok not every single one but most.
The one that I cried the most was 1 Litre of Tears...I cried since the beginning until the end, in the morning my eyes was like HUGE. It was a drama by the way, and that was 2 summers ago.
Then Stairway to Heaven, I didn't cry much though, but that drama left me lost.......
Titanic, in the last scene when they were in the water and Rose was on the bed thingy.
A walk to Remember, Escape from Sobibor and most war movies, Nana the manga, yes the manga, I cried when Ren died.
Grave of the Butterflies T~T, omg there are so many more but those are the hmm most memorable one. =[