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5/26/20
11:51 AM
1

Right? I saw it when I was 12 or so and it was so distressing. Anna Chlumsky was really a fantastic child actress.

5/25/20
12:04 PM
9

My Girl, when Vada is hysterical about Thomas’s glasses during the funeral. It was the first time I ever cried during a movie and it surprised me (and I’ve cried uncontrollably whenever I’ve watched it subsequently). But now I get teary-eyed about all sorts of dumb shit, including sappy commercials.

5/25/20
11:29 AM
11

The Hours. I went to see it with a brand new friend (it was our first ever outing) after just moving to a new town. I started crying about half an hour in, cried through the rest of the movie, cried as we were leaving (a girl about my age who was an usher saw me, touched my arm, and started nodding, then whispered, Read more

5/25/20
11:29 AM
12

Probably anything with Tom Hanks in it. Forest Gump, Saving Private Ryan, The Green Mile. Even Castaway when he loses Wilson at sea. Read more

5/25/20
10:33 AM
10

Anya’s speech about not understanding death and grief is so incredible and always makes me tear up. 

5/25/20
10:29 AM
4

The score is so gorgeous, utterly masterful. That last piece at the end... full on ugly cry. Last time I watched it I was on a plane and the poor fella next to me was kind enough to ignore what was happening. Won’t be doing that again!

5/25/20
10:08 AM
10

Being a big TV/movie crier—especially for finales—The Good Place and Jane the Virgin both had me going. The Lost and Buffy endings always get me. As for movies, pretty much everything with Sam and Frodo in the last LOTR makes me weep. For like a month after seeing Manchester by the Sea I would cry just remembering it. Read more

5/25/20
10:03 AM
11

The Body, an episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. I watched it at least ten years ago & it still makes me cry. It’s brutal. Read more

5/25/20
9:46 AM
8

Oh, gosh. I’m a huge crier when it comes to movies so I can’t pin point what one has made me cry most. I mean, just yesterday I watched several Disney movies and each one made me cry. Any movie that includes the death of an animal or an elderly person (I’m very close to my grandparents) is guaranteed to make me bawl

5/25/20
9:43 AM
10

I think the hardest I’ve cried at a movie/TV show was last year, at Chernobyl. I made the mistake of watching it at like 8.5 months pregnant, and if you haven’t seen, there’s a devastating issue with a woman who was pregnant when exposed to the radiation. I sobbed on my husband for about an hour after the episode Read more

5/25/20
9:37 AM
21

There are people on my Facebook feed talking about going to the beach, because they are mad that our mayor closed the beaches and also mad that nearby towns have said their beaches are reserved for residents only due to coronavirus. I realize these people have no inclination to make any sacrifice for the public good, Read more

5/24/20
9:09 PM
2

Yes, same with me! Especially during seasonal changes and being able to observe and notice the subtle transitions. There’s something about watching the progression of the flowering trees and different seasonal blooms, and the bird activity that really just... reminds me of the natural cycles I often overlook.

5/24/20
4:19 PM
4

I feel similarly - I grew up atheist and still am one, but something about being outside, especially in the early morning when it’s cool and green and still, makes me feel like every cell in my body is humming with life.

5/24/20
3:40 PM
5

I’m noticing that a lot people I know irl are...communing with nature these days, even if it’s just in their yards or nearby parks. It’s been a beautiful spring by and large, so understandable. Many of these people are organized-religion types, so I’m wondering if/how they’ll integrate their new paths with their old Read more