Disney Movies, Music, TV, Theater & Books Discuss Have you ever cried at a Disney movie? in the Miscellaneous Disney forums; Originally Posted by Mandabella
...depending on my current hormone level...
Although a Universal movie, E.T. makes me cry every single time to this day.
Love it and the same goes ...
For those of you who mentioned Old Yeller, did you ever happen to see "Where the Red Fern Grows?"
Be advised; it makes Old Yeller look like a comedy.
The moment where Stitch is alone in the woods and declares that he's lost can get me close to tears (Stitch is so much like my favorite dog was it's almost scary. I still debate if I should demand a royalty check).
Honestly, I can't think of any Disney moments that really inspired the water works, but I'll admit that if I let myself, even after all these years, the ending of "Rocky" can still get to me.
"The society that draws too great of a distinction between its scholars and its warriors will end up having its thinking done by cowards and its fighting done by fools." --probably Thucydides
I always cry during Bambi!!
And Mary Poppins, feed the birds, tuppins a bag - gets me every time. That is my all time favorite movie!
OT a little here, but I have only seen the penguins out at Disney ONCE and I got my picture with just them - they were so excited when I kicked Mary outta the shot!
I cried when going into the Magic Kingdom to see Wishes - nope the show didn't get to me, being alone in the happiest place on earth got to me!!
I always cry during Wishes too, but because we always make it our "Grand Finale" saving it for the last night of our vacation. I cry because I know it is time to go home.
They call me "Nana"
Ummmm are you joking. I am a 17 year old boy, and I cry when anything has to do with Disney at all. hahahaha. Crying during a Disney movie is an understatement for me. Give me a picture of Cinderella's Castle and I can show you how much of a softy i really am!
./.// / Eric /. / /
Let me tell you, if Old Yeller hurts, never watch the Universal film Two Brothers.
I also cried during "You'll be in my Heart" and that was rather recent, too. (LIke, within the last 2 weeks.)
let's see......I think the only other animated movie I've cried at is An American Tail.
Oh, there was this Winnie the Pooh episode, where Rabbit found a baby bird and raised it, and at the end, the bird had to fly away for winter, always cried during that one.
After Joyce left, I cried during Wishes. (the song they play afterwards is our song....geeky huh?)
Originally Posted by GaRain
Last edited by The_Heat; 06-23-2005 at 06:57 PM.
All the people will look up and shout: "Save us!" and I'll whisper...'no'.
Who watches the watchmen?
Originally Posted by zcook9
No I don't find it weird at all. I took my kids down for the frist time last year and as soon as they saw the castle at the end of Main Street & just the look of amazement in both their eyes had me in tears. Also I lost it during the first time they saw Tinkerbell fly out the castle during wishes. I guess it just a mommy thing.
Okay, I cry just reading these posts.
They call me "Nana"
Originally Posted by JEDIPRINCESS
the song is Aloha 'Oe and it gets me in any form
It takes me back to the white sandy beach where we renewed our vows in Maui
I cant wait to go back
E ke onaona noho ika lipo
A fond embrace,
a hoi ae au,
Until we meet again.
I have Aloha 'Oe on my jukebox here at work and I got all when I was playing it
had to get the tissues out (and I work with all men- they think i'm nuts or its hormonal )
I always cry at movies...and plenty of Disney ones. The worst sob fests I have ever had for a disney movie are:
Dumbo-need I say more
The Lion King
Lilo and Stitch "This is my family-it is broken and small....." oooooh gets me!
Plenty more, but those were the biggest sobfests!
I am in need of some Disney magic!!