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Re: Did you cry during the Book/Movie?

Post by Cher432 » 26 Aug 2018, 01:39

Funnily enough, I cried while reading Fault in our Stars but not while watching the movie. The other book that made me cry from page one was Johnny Angel by Danielle Steel.

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Post by amsula_2018 » 26 Aug 2018, 16:28

Yup! I did cry in a movie. That movie is titled the three idiots. 😭😭😭
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Post by Joseph Ezekiel » 31 Aug 2018, 19:45

Yap, I equally cried alot too, getting to read the tears of a slave, very interesting

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Post by Joseph Ezekiel » 31 Aug 2018, 19:47

Yap, its so so freaking true that one is bond to cry when what he or she is reading about is so passionate and heart touching, definitely one is bond to cry.

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Post by Evlon » 02 Sep 2018, 09:23

All the time.. I won't even care if am in a public or alone if the story touches me I cry a lot

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Post by John97 » 06 Sep 2018, 01:24

Yes..... I cry sometimes when watching emotional films but i dont cry when reading.

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Post by thebookaholic1 » 06 Sep 2018, 07:43

TFIOS, the movie made me cry. Tthe book didn't, even though it's one of my favorites.

If you want to cry your eyes out until there's no tear left in your body, read Flowers for Algernon. It'll destroy you.

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Post by Ann Mattocks » 06 Sep 2018, 22:18

I cried while reading and watching The Fault in Our Stars, possibly more to the movie. My Sister's Keeper was a different story, I bawled like a little baby throughout the book and barely shed a tear during the movie. The movie ending was so much different than the book that I was too pissed to cry.

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Post by KCWolf » 11 Sep 2018, 17:15

The Color Purple. I cannot get through the book or movie without bawling like a baby.

Same with Beaches & Beaches 2.
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Post by Salmaguizeni » 12 Sep 2018, 09:37

The fault in our stars was the best movie /book i ever watch and read i cried and it hit me hard

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Post by Ayodave » 12 Sep 2018, 22:02

No,I don't, even the strong Inclusion of emotional element would only drive me to sympathy and fear in both.

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Post by 1ditzyrn » 26 Sep 2018, 13:14

Dcal22 wrote:
14 Dec 2016, 12:25
I was a mess when I read the Divergent series. Three days after the book ended I was still upset! I just get so into the books because I love the emotion the characters are displaying in ink. In a movie you may not always know what a character is feeling or thinking which makes it less of an emotional train wreak for me.
The books always get me and sometimes the movies, but usually just because I know what is already going on!
I agree with you, this series had some emotional parts. I felt that the way the actress portrayed Tris was done really well, and she had me tearing up a time or two.

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Post by zarah_ » 08 Oct 2018, 21:36

The Fault was sad but I don't remember crying when I read it. I didn't cry in the theatre, either. I remember when I watched it at the cinema, this girl behind me had to announce that she was gonna cry when a particular scene was on :doh:

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Post by Noraine Alissa Poria » 11 Oct 2018, 06:38

It doesn't matter if its real or cartoons, I always cry at the end of the movie. I think the cartoon movie that made me cry the most is Home.

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Post by smythemilie » 11 Oct 2018, 07:55

There’s a book called Me Before You - they made a movie of it recently - and I have to say the book was much better. Not in that the movie had bad acting or it missed important plot details (because I loved the movie). However, you always learn more about the characters in books rather than movies. Not going to lie though, the book and the movie get me every time.

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