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Is really embarrasing.
Two secs my oven chips are burning.
reaction of the man sat next to me: weeping with really big sobs. for almost half the film.
me = cringe
dressed up as clowns.
who cry. kinda devalues the film.
Arghh but it's all still fresh in my head. I just beack from watching Control about Ian Curtis. I really wanted to hate it(glamourizing depression etc etc) chips still burning 2 secs. I need to let it out. hold on
i hate walking out of the cinema after all puffy-eyed red-faced. and i can't go for a real all out sob if necessary. hence i rent most films, rather than go to the cinema
During Atonement. I should go and watch it again actually, I loved it. The film, not the crying.
and I liked it a lot.
I haven't seen the film yet though, so I'm looking forward to. I've only heard positive feedback about it.
I should be embarassed by that and I probably am.
That's possibly my most embarrassing moment
And you can't think of anything else after you've left the cinema?Walking around Brixton still teary eyed is not the nicest of things to do.
thought i was going to be possesed all night
during Return of the King sobbed for about the last half hour, non-stop.
One of them had already seen it twice before and it was the FOURTH DAY OF RELEASE.
that bit in charlie and the chocolate factory where he has to share his one chocolate bar a year with his whole family nearly made me cry. he's such a nice boy, its just so unfair
But I'm a stupid softie and used to cry at the start of The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams as a kid when the theme music started... because the bear - BEN THE BEAR - was trapped on a cliff edge... and had to be rescued... and ummm.. yeah... I remember at the age of 23 being at home, decorating the xmas tree with mum and the theme music came on tv... by random accident... and then I started crying.. and the entire family watched on amusement as I couldn't stop... so became angry but started laughing but was also crying... try that for a triad of crazy emotions!! Lol.
EVERYTHING becomes symbolic. 'Oh the smoke puffing out of the chimney represents the cremation' oh blah blah blah. I wish I wasn't so dramatic at times.
if I started crying at a film. Usually my eyes tend to glaze over slightly, which is much more elegant in my opinion.
The only films that have made my eyes galze over recently are Paris, Texas and Almost Famous.
I've cried at the cinema was whilst watching Tokyo Story. Beautiful film.
I took my girlfriend to see Raging Bull, and she cried for pretty much the whole film.
oh, i want see control so bad. i think some friends are going tomorrow.
last film i properly cried at was this is england. :(
made me come close. Incredibly moving scene just before the beating.
I cried so so much at the end with the footage of his grave and especially when he broke down a bit over the amount he saved. It's an ace film. I cry all the time during films, books, Dawsons Creek etc.
is give head to your boyfriend during Free Willy when you're 13 and getting caught.
I'm completly not making sense.
I welled up and had a lump in my throat for the first time I can ever remember at a film.
Held back the tears though... :(
gonna try and see Control next weekend. Guildford Odeon didn't show it so I saw The Kingdom, which wasn't bad.