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Re: Did you cry during the Book/Movie?

Post by BeautySuzy » 02 Jan 2019, 16:50

Instantly, I feel it even before the scene starts, but only real emotions touch me, I am not affected by fake ones.
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Post by anonymousalien09 » 05 Jan 2019, 14:15

I watch lots of movies but I hardly read any books but I cried very hard while reading The fault in our stars and A walk to remember.

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Post by Anju_9 » 07 Jan 2019, 01:35

I cried watching "The Fault in our Stars" and "Tangled". I liked both the movies and books.

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Post by myqueen80 » 07 Jan 2019, 18:43

My choice for tons of tears shed is "The Notebook." The true love between Duke and Allie is something to aspire to.

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Post by Gregory Amoah » 08 Jan 2019, 06:33

I watch this series called designated survivor and it’s about the president of America his wife had an accident and she died which made me cry

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Post by HershyGreenwood » 23 Jan 2019, 13:21

Yep, I have but think books top that over movies...movies that really got to me are The Pianst and The Green Mile, and books - I guess top on the list would praobably be The Color Purple, The Dairy of Anne Frank and Wuthering Heights...

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Post by jesscat304 » 04 Feb 2019, 04:15

I cried really badly during the deaths in the last book of the hunger games, which suprised me at the time and made me question her actions, as if she knew that all that sacrifice for that person was still going to result in death I’m not sure if she would still have done it, but I have a feeling she would.

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Post by Olivia Grace » 11 Feb 2019, 07:45

The fault in our stars is truly a great example; I bawled when reading the book and then just as much when watching the movie. Although movies are often better at evoking emotion because they can incorporate music... which well, really pulls on my heart strings

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Post by Taylor Danvers » 11 Feb 2019, 16:17

You took the words right out of my moth The fault in our stars is so emotional but it's far sadder in the movie than in the book.
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Post by _Eliana_ » 14 Feb 2019, 14:42

I think i'm in love with the books who made at least once to cry. Green John is definitely one of the authors that can give you all the emotions and feels in just one book. I cried at many books but Searching for Alaska, god that ended me.

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Post by Meganasaurus » 15 Feb 2019, 17:48

I cried with both the movie and book of Me Before You. I tried to talk myself out of the crying in the movie, rationalizing that I already knew how it ended, but I was a goner.

Also, is it weird that I cried at a few parts in Pet Semetary by Stephen King?

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Post by tejaspatil1991 » 16 Feb 2019, 13:27

Oh yes, definitely. I cried when reading Shyamchi Aai.
Shyamchi Aai written by Sane Guruji in Marathi.

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