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I nearly did just now. :(
They were all having a street party and he just sat down on a chair and DIED. It was almost as bad as when Edgar died in 24.
falling from a roof and being told he couldnt have kids as a consequence.
in 24 :(
haven't seen ET in ages. What channel is it on?
but i tend to well up at the stupidest things, often things that arent emotional.
I've only just realised this. I am a doofus.
does it every time.
I was gutted.
the boy from ai died
when the bishops died in neighbours
I thought AI was universally dismissed as toilet.
By the end of it, I was so bored, I just wanted it to end.
still fucking sad.
It started off set in a fairly believeable future with the robot boy. Then we had evil humans slaughtering robots in circuses and enjoying it lol, robotic prostitutes... Then we find out New York is destroyed but the old man's still there then it freezes and then he goes to look for the fairytale person then ALIENS abduct him.
Its like some fairly funny person was just coming up with more and more pathetic ideas as the film went on.
"HEY! HOW ABOUT HE GETS CAPTURED BY ALIENS!?"
I mean, its like having aliens in Robocop or something. Just totally did not work.
They are in fact really advanced robots from the future. Sheesh, I thought it was obvious.
since when did aliens have screens in their faces and swirly electrical circuitry running through their bodies? You've got all the hallmarks of your common futuristic super-robot right there.
I forgot all forms of extraterrestrial life look like Predator or Alien or ET.
I'm sure they had magic powers. Didn't they make him fly or something.
God its such a gay film.
How come aliens are allowed to have magical powers but incredibly advanced robots aren't? If anything it'd make sense for robots to have the ability to make other robots fly. Anyway, it's a moot point because they never made him fly. You've been watching too many flying robot boy movies.
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when fred elliot died :D
The older I get, the less control I have over my emotions :(
HE WAS JESUS
Awww. Aren't these criminals sweet? Evil guards! etc.
when Kima gets shot and Jimmy is in the hospital and starts blubbering like a big girl, that really set me off.
I cried when buffy had to kill angel in Buffy the Vampire Slayer,
I cried in Skins a few times (I know)
I pretty much choke up in every sad film.
Im a big girl!
any playing of the episode in which Buffy's mum dies whilst he's about.
He gets mocked for this of course.
Cause I'll get told off for being a spoiler
We know Dumbledore dies
just kidding, harry potter's shit
Even if I hate the film/show/person. I wish I could not cry for people I don't so much like.
when hitler commited suicide in downfall?
ruin the film for everyone.
im ruining history.
Hitler's death is disputed. The film could've ended a number of ways, or even not included his death.
that hitler escape to new swabia via argentina, and when he got there he entered the hollow earth and met his inner space alien allies. time flows different there, and the furher works even now to construct his mightly fleet of UFOs with which to retake the reich.
the part of the alien ally who warms Hitler to jazz?
Guessing not. But if someone made a Hitler death like that I'd probably still cry, it's kinda involuntary....
So anyhow I cry at nearly every film/tv death ever. Better?
it cuts to a montage of his happier days - skipping through Vienesse fields and laughing with his friends. And that's sort of interspliced with footage of his face slowly passing as he slips away into a permanent sleep.
when i watched brokeback mountain the day after heath ledger died. i was sobbing at the screen at the irony
Oh god! i kept expecting something nice to happen in the film, but it was just horribly sad the whole way through. queue lots of crying.
from Byker Grove
at the end of Jean De Florette and Dancer in the dark. That is all, i'm usually stony and devoid from empathy.
and to the really obvious ones as well, like brokeback mountain and titanic.
but i can't remember. anyway, it's rare. i think books actually get to me better.
when buffy died at the end of season 5.
literally. possibly. sobbed. more than i should of. my brother came home about half an hour after i finished watching it and thought someone *real* had actually died by the state i was in.
you know the episode where she kills angel and stuff
i had that on tape. i cried to it several times.
that was season 2 i think. that was sad :(
i pretty much just cried at every sad buffy moment. i was a little bit too emotionally involved at one point. :/
around the time i went to college so haven't been into it for years now. but i did have quite the crush on angel.
it wasn't worth watching after season 5...
Angel..... mmm. yeah that whole dark brooding thing :)
When Ash released his Butterfree in the Pokemon TV show.
It's not a death, but it was hugely upsetting.
you could see it coming...
*grove-trivia: apparently the building where byker grove is filmed is haunted.*
even though he's a terrible character and later proves to be a spy. Bloody sensitivities...
i wept like a girl in the last episode
When Nate died in Six Feet Under
The ending of Ghost Dog: I sob like a baby.
when charlie almost died (or technichally was dead for a few minutes) in the first Lost season. but i didn't really.
when sydney woke up after 3 years, to discover vaughn had married someone else .... :( *sob*
(but vaughn thought she had). etc ..