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celine dion (IP Logged)
10 February, 2012 19:21
I was watching 'Battle for Los Angeles' this afternoon and it made me feel a bit teary when Mr Rincon dies. Now, admittedly, Battle for Los Angeles is not a VERY sad film, I think it was more becasue Ive got a bit of 'flu. But it made me think, I know we are all strapping chaps who drink beer and go to football and so on, but what are our saddest film moments. The ones where, OK, we wouldnt exactly CRY, because that would be embarrassing, but we might feel a bit, er, sad, and have to have an extra stella to snap out of it.

Heres mine, in no particular order.

Dead Man Walking. When Sean Penn goes to the electric chair. Thats BL**DY sad. I watched it in France and the whole cinema was in FLOODS of tears. Some women ran out crying.

Leaving Las Vegas. At the end, when hes having them alcoholic spasms. thats very upsetting.

The Empire Strikes Back. It was a toss up between this and when Yoda dies in Return of the Jedi. But Empire wins, for the bit where Han Solo gets frozen and just before that, princess leah tells him she loves him. The acting in that scene is IMMENSE my friends.

Terms of Endearment. Three hour epic 1980 family tearjerkers arent everybodys cup of tea but if you've got a spare afternoon - watch this film. I wont spoil it for people, but anyone who has seen it will know what the sad bit is. Warning - its VERY sad.

ET - both when he dies, then comes alive again, then gives Elliot a hug, then flies away in his spaceship, now thats VERY SAD. I am sure we all remember crying when we watched it when we were about 7, well, we watched it on Christmas day this year and everybody was crying too much to have their christmas dinner. Plus we thought we might have killed the rabbit but thats another story.

Midnight Cowboy - an incongruous but touching scene where old Dustin Hoffman shuffles off his mortal coil at the back of that bus and John Voight doesnt really know what to do about it.

Greystoke - dont know why people dont make more of this film. Its about Tarzan you see, a magnificent sprawling merchant ivory classic, where Tarzan comes to like in England, meets a girl (andie macdowell I think) who loves him, but unfortunately Tarzan cant fit into society so he goes back to the jungle to live with his friends the monkeys. Its both sad, but happy at the same time.

Dear John. OK not a classic film, but its all rather sad, how they dont stay in love.

Remember me - I wont spoil the ending because its a twist, but its pretty sad.

Philadelphia - this is easily the SADDEST film I have ever seen. And i mean it seriously. The final sequence, which Neil Young wrote the soundtrack for, well, I dont mind admitting, that in actual fact, if Ive had enough to drink, it CAN actually make me nearly cry. I dont mind admitting this, because I am secure in my masculinity, and certain of the bewitching power of the silver screen.

Ok what are your saddest films. I admit I have left out the well known holocaust films, these go without saying, but i prefer not to dwell on them.

 
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Mad Jens (IP Logged)
10 February, 2012 19:34
Marley and Me, and I'm not afraid to say it.

In my defense (you knew that was coming, didn't you?) I was on a 10 hour international flight rocking about two hours of sleep and a serious hangover, but mix that with some puppies and it's absolutely lethal.

Other sad movies I can recall off the top of my head are maybe The Fountain, 7 Pounds, and What's Eating Gilbert Grape.

I don't know many because I typically avoid those sorts.

 
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celine dion (IP Logged)
10 February, 2012 19:47
ah yes! 7 pounds. it looked like mass market big name sh*t on the box, but actually yes it wasnt a bad film. Rather far fetched however.

 
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Mad Jens (IP Logged)
10 February, 2012 19:54
Ya totally agree, I actually avoided seeing it for a long time but then I watched it and was pleasantly surprised - makes you wonder how Will Smith can knock them out of the park like that and then go and do something like Hancock.

 
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celine dion (IP Logged)
10 February, 2012 19:59
will smith is a VERY decent actor but I think he er, chases the dollar, so to speak.

 
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Mad Jens (IP Logged)
10 February, 2012 21:21
Ya, I remember hearing an interview and they asked him how he picked what movies he'd be in.

This is paraphrasing in the extreme but it was something along the lines of him sitting down with his agent and about 15 different scripts, and trying to figure out which one would sell the best, and that Pursuit of Happiness was more or less the only time he didn't follow that model (which ironically did pretty well).

Good actor though, I like his stuff more often than not.



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Shane (IP Logged)
10 February, 2012 23:19
I've never properly sobbed, but I get teary eyed quite often.

Last time I got teary was Warrior which is really, really powerful. Great film.

 
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Padre Pio (IP Logged)
11 February, 2012 00:09
Amazed that Bambi or Lion King didnt make it



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eduardo (IP Logged)
11 February, 2012 00:18
Any keanu Reeves movie brings a tear to my eyes, just the thought that a lump of wood gets paid so much to be the lead in such utter@#$%&movies makes me sad



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Mad Jens (IP Logged)
11 February, 2012 01:32
In a rather cruel twist of fate, Keanu's personal life could be the basis for a movie sadder than anything posted here.

For once I'm not being sarcastic.

 
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hippogunner (IP Logged)
11 February, 2012 07:41
Edward Scissorhands.

 
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Zainy (IP Logged)
11 February, 2012 11:33
Saddest moment for me is not actually a movie but a series. I watch Fututama (animated sci-fi comedy by Simpsons guru Matt Groening)

There is an episode that gets my teary eyed every time.
Its about Fry the main character trying to bring back his dog who he lost when he was accidentally frozen for 1000 years. His dog had somehow been encased in magma (i think) and the prof figured out a way to bring him back to life. In the end he decides not to do it because they figured out the dog was relatively elderly when he was encased meaning he had lived quite a number of years after Fry disappeared. He felt that he had a whole other life without him and would have forgotten him.
The end cuts to a flash back of the year Fry disappeared and his dog showing up outside the pizza place every day waiting for him to 'come home' in all the seasons, even when the whole world around him was freezing. Clearly he never forgot. Very sad.

Draws comparison to the movie Hachi: A dogs tale

If you enjoy dog stories i recommend watching this adaptaion of a true life story and skip the next paragraph




about a real life story of a dog who used to be picked up by his master every day at the train station (the dog used to leave home at a certain time each day to make his way to the train station to wait)
His owner suffers a heart attack at work one day but the dog never gives up hope and returns every day for the next 9 years waiting for him to come back.






How anyone can be a cat person over a dog person is beyond me.



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Padre Pio (IP Logged)
11 February, 2012 14:39
Saddest movie ever (cant remember name) is about the android boy who is given to couple who cant have children, Then they manage to have a child who falsely convinces them that the android is dangerous. The android is banished from the mother he loves.



Arsenal is a top 16 European club that will remain a top 16 European club and the Emirates is tape-loop that will win trophy after trophy

Nothing will change to stop Arsenal's domination except the ticket prices which must go up so that Wenger can make even more marquee signings.

Kroenke, Gazidis & Wenger are made for each other a glorious triumvirate heading for immortality.

Arsenal’s not a football club it is the one true religion Milton Palmer

 
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ArsenalForever (IP Logged)
11 February, 2012 17:51
AI (with the android being the guy from sixth sense)?

and one of the saddest movies for me is green mile...i always get chocked up at the ending

 
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flynchstone (IP Logged)
11 February, 2012 19:58
Agree about philadelphia especially the scene where tom hanks' character is preparing the night before he takes the witness stand.

The green mile when your man gets the chair at the end is pretty sad.

The ending to Of Mice and Men as well

I might be alone in this but the closest that I've ever come to crying while watching a film is 'a Wind That Shakes the Barley'. The ending got to me because I'd be fairly close to my brother and if you've seen it you know what happens between the two brothers at the end.

 
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celine dion (IP Logged)
11 February, 2012 21:22
the green mile was sad, but the entire premise was so entirely daft that I couldnt feel ACTUALLY sad.

 
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Padre Pio (IP Logged)
12 February, 2012 00:07
Yes it was AI, I didnt remember the boy actor because I saw it before I saw sixth sense.
If you like Sci Fi like Blade Runner in terms of philosophy not action you might like this.
Sixth Sense is also very sad



Arsenal is a top 16 European club that will remain a top 16 European club and the Emirates is tape-loop that will win trophy after trophy

Nothing will change to stop Arsenal's domination except the ticket prices which must go up so that Wenger can make even more marquee signings.

Kroenke, Gazidis & Wenger are made for each other a glorious triumvirate heading for immortality.

Arsenal’s not a football club it is the one true religion Milton Palmer

 
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weedz (IP Logged)
12 February, 2012 01:10
Quote:
Padre Pio
Amazed that Bambi or Lion King didnt make it

(Sm22)Does anyone remember Robert Stack crying to Bambi in the movie 1941. Absolute classic.



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Padre Pio (IP Logged)
12 February, 2012 01:20
Never seen 1941 but crying to Bambi is quite a cliche



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weedz (IP Logged)
12 February, 2012 01:20
Unfortunately I guessed that the Willis character was a ghost about 1/2 an hour into the 6th sense and that spoilt it for me. Speaking of ghosts, the movie Ghost was kinda sad to me. The great sexy scene on the potters-wheel, got me hooked.



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weedz (IP Logged)
12 February, 2012 01:59
Quote:
Padre Pio
Never seen 1941 but crying to Bambi is quite a cliche

It`s never been done better than in Spielberg`s 1941, Padre. (Name dropper, I know) It`s worth a look (1941). Funny movie.



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weedz (IP Logged)
12 February, 2012 02:01
Ooopps sorry Celine, I`m recommending comedies in the `Sad Movie section.



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12 February, 2012 02:28
As a kid I can remember blubbing when Jesus was arrested in Whistle Down the Wind. Now I'm all grown up I couldn't possibly cry over a movie. Not even the last scene of Death in Venice.

 
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Padre Pio (IP Logged)
12 February, 2012 10:17
Ah Whistle down the Wind, with Haley Mills and Alan Bates was quite a weepy.

Another of those Brit B+W movies that really made me sad was A kid for two farthings.To show my age I also remember using farthings, and the fact you could buy a chew for one. The action takes place in Petticoat Lane, somewhere I now live 15 mins a way from. David Kossoff played a lead role. The kid refers to a goat not the little boy who belives it is a unicorn.



Arsenal is a top 16 European club that will remain a top 16 European club and the Emirates is tape-loop that will win trophy after trophy

Nothing will change to stop Arsenal's domination except the ticket prices which must go up so that Wenger can make even more marquee signings.

Kroenke, Gazidis & Wenger are made for each other a glorious triumvirate heading for immortality.

Arsenal’s not a football club it is the one true religion Milton Palmer

 
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Zainy (IP Logged)
12 February, 2012 12:41
Mufasa dying definitely brought a tear to my eye the first time i watched it.

 
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Rockstaar (IP Logged)
12 February, 2012 12:49
titanic..nuff said
remember being dragged into a movie theatre with filled nothing but females by the missus...never had to fight tears like that before lol

and the professional..when leon has to leave knowing he's about to die..terrible stuff



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12 February, 2012 13:45
I remember Kid for 2 farthings PP.Good film. I just looked it up on Wiki and I hadn't realised it was directed by Carol Reed who also did The Third Man. While I'm spouting trivia Paul Kossoff, the Free guitarist, was the son of David K.

 
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celine dion (IP Logged)
12 February, 2012 14:17
Welcome to Sarajevo. Theres one bit of that film that makes you feel sick.

 
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Padre Pio (IP Logged)
12 February, 2012 15:45
didnt realise that about Free, never made the link.
Films that mde you sick is another thread celine



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Nothing will change to stop Arsenal's domination except the ticket prices which must go up so that Wenger can make even more marquee signings.

Kroenke, Gazidis & Wenger are made for each other a glorious triumvirate heading for immortality.

Arsenal’s not a football club it is the one true religion Milton Palmer

 
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celine dion (IP Logged)
12 February, 2012 16:41
i mean sick because its so sad what happens. If you have seen the film you will know what I mean.

 
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nhoj14 (IP Logged)
12 February, 2012 18:47
Watched Blow again last night, very sad ending, how he became estranged from his daughter and never got to see her again, great film, but a very sad true story.

 
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Padre Pio (IP Logged)
13 February, 2012 00:18
End to Dr Zhivago very sad, he sees her on Tram, runs to catch up with the love of his life, has heart attack, falls to ground she doesnt even see him



Arsenal is a top 16 European club that will remain a top 16 European club and the Emirates is tape-loop that will win trophy after trophy

Nothing will change to stop Arsenal's domination except the ticket prices which must go up so that Wenger can make even more marquee signings.

Kroenke, Gazidis & Wenger are made for each other a glorious triumvirate heading for immortality.

Arsenal’s not a football club it is the one true religion Milton Palmer

 
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DotComrade (IP Logged)
13 February, 2012 14:18
Terminator 2 Judgement Day

Gladiator

The Champ (1979)

Spider-Man

Spider-Man 2


The only movies that have ever made me cry. Clearly I have a hero complex.



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weedz (IP Logged)
13 February, 2012 18:46
Quote:
Padre Pio
End to Dr Zhivago very sad, he sees her on Tram, runs to catch up with the love of his life, has heart attack, falls to ground she doesnt even see him

It`s not that sad Padre, he was a doctor after all.



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Padre Pio (IP Logged)
13 February, 2012 18:59
Ha ha, so you reckon he writes himself a sicknote and whilst on sick leave finds her?

Nice ending



Arsenal is a top 16 European club that will remain a top 16 European club and the Emirates is tape-loop that will win trophy after trophy

Nothing will change to stop Arsenal's domination except the ticket prices which must go up so that Wenger can make even more marquee signings.

Kroenke, Gazidis & Wenger are made for each other a glorious triumvirate heading for immortality.

Arsenal’s not a football club it is the one true religion Milton Palmer

 
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celine dion (IP Logged)
13 February, 2012 19:17
the end of Chinatown is quite sad. I love Chinatown. its just so, mysterious. With wonderful music.

 
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weedz (IP Logged)
13 February, 2012 19:49
I re-watched Chinatown a week ago CD. A top tenner in my book, mate. My two favourite film-noir are Chinatown and The Maltese Falcon. Although Chinatown is considered neo-noir. IMO Polanski`s best work.

I read the Robert Towns novel not long after seeing the film for the 1st time and must say the movie is better. Rare, I know.

But while you say the ending is sad, which it is, it was a bloody good shot to get Faye D from that distance and I would have said it was over use of a police weapon as well. I never understood why the cop shot her. Dramatic licence I suppose.



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hippogunner (IP Logged)
14 February, 2012 08:58
Mr.Weedz you have very a fine taste in films. How do you rate Double Indemnity?

If, that makes me cry because I realized I wasted my grammar school days. I should have done what Malcolm McDowell did at the end.

 
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nis (IP Logged)
14 February, 2012 18:58
usually suprising ones lol and only if im alone apart from titanic(that will be explained later)

1 click the ending had me very sad, much more than a comedy

2 oz when they kill that guys(i think his name was ryan)deranged brother with the long hair yh tears came then to

3 lion king i was like 8 s im excused

4 elepant man,was like 12 but am still teased about this lol, by a person who watched lion king with me and was a wreck,she was like 20 at the time

5 alpha dog (with justin timberlake), didnt cry but was so sad, lol spoke to a friend who was locked up at the time who told me that they played that during movie night in jail and he said he saw killers shed tears and upset about that ending, sigh was so uncalled for

6 titanic, wow lol remeber when this came out? the hype? well we had a pirate copy so one saturday morning me about 13-14, and my 4 siblings (im the oldest and the youngest is 10 yrs younger) decided to watch this before our parent awoke,
i remeber it finishing and us all sitting there hugging and crying(Sm159)(dunno why im telling this story lol) for what seemed like forever until our parents came and severly tld me off my sisters the youngest had nightmares for weeks after



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Padre Pio (IP Logged)
14 February, 2012 19:09
Double indemnity - oh what a film, what a classic. Yes it is so sad because of the emptiness of the salesmans life, hadnt thought of it so much that way just absorbed it



Arsenal is a top 16 European club that will remain a top 16 European club and the Emirates is tape-loop that will win trophy after trophy

Nothing will change to stop Arsenal's domination except the ticket prices which must go up so that Wenger can make even more marquee signings.

Kroenke, Gazidis & Wenger are made for each other a glorious triumvirate heading for immortality.

Arsenal’s not a football club it is the one true religion Milton Palmer

 
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hippogunner (IP Logged)
15 February, 2012 10:03
Sad indeed. How easily men are slaves to the perfidy of women.

The Manchurian Candidate, the original, is quite sad in its own way. Good people being sacrificed for the sake of yet another perfidious woman played by Angela Lansbury at her most poisonous.

 
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Padre Pio (IP Logged)
15 February, 2012 14:10
Ah the femme fatale



Arsenal is a top 16 European club that will remain a top 16 European club and the Emirates is tape-loop that will win trophy after trophy

Nothing will change to stop Arsenal's domination except the ticket prices which must go up so that Wenger can make even more marquee signings.

Kroenke, Gazidis & Wenger are made for each other a glorious triumvirate heading for immortality.

Arsenal’s not a football club it is the one true religion Milton Palmer

 
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Jack_is_the_truth (IP Logged)
16 February, 2012 00:37
i have only cried twice when it comes to movies, one was the indian epic SHOLAY. and the other was about a boy...the scene where hugh got on stage ans sang with him in a talent show..i dont know why the f.cuk water was coming out of mu eyes but it did



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Padre Pio (IP Logged)
16 February, 2012 09:59
Yes it was a bit of a tear jerker, another great story by Nick Hornby.



Arsenal is a top 16 European club that will remain a top 16 European club and the Emirates is tape-loop that will win trophy after trophy

Nothing will change to stop Arsenal's domination except the ticket prices which must go up so that Wenger can make even more marquee signings.

Kroenke, Gazidis & Wenger are made for each other a glorious triumvirate heading for immortality.

Arsenal’s not a football club it is the one true religion Milton Palmer

 
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weedz (IP Logged)
22 February, 2012 21:13
Quote:
hippogunner
Mr.Weedz you have very a fine taste in films. How do you rate Double Indemnity?
If, that makes me cry because I realized I wasted my grammar school days. I should have done what Malcolm McDowell did at the end.

Double Indemnity is an excellent movie, my friend, although it offered me, personally, a problem.

As a kid, I watched and enjoyed the McMurray TV series `My 3 Sons. Which was about a widowed father bringing up his 3 sons and it was a family comedy. And as I watched Double Indemnity later in life, I found it difficult to `believe` the character Fred played. Not that there was anything wrong with his acting/efforts. It was just when I looked at his face, I couldn`t believe he had murdered his mistresses husband. Edward G Robinson was also very good, as always.

I agree with your sentiments on The Manchurian Candidate.
It was Lansbury`s best work, IMO. I disliked the 2004 remake though.



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Rockstaar (IP Logged)
23 February, 2012 02:14
Hotel Rwanda starring Don Cheadle...dont remember if I cried, but it was definitely moving



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Shane (IP Logged)
23 February, 2012 04:07
Rambo, the bit at the end when he ran out of bullets.

 
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Padre Pio (IP Logged)
27 February, 2012 08:57
Oh gawd My Three Sons, I though I was only saddo that watched that. Loved it



Arsenal is a top 16 European club that will remain a top 16 European club and the Emirates is tape-loop that will win trophy after trophy

Nothing will change to stop Arsenal's domination except the ticket prices which must go up so that Wenger can make even more marquee signings.

Kroenke, Gazidis & Wenger are made for each other a glorious triumvirate heading for immortality.

Arsenal’s not a football club it is the one true religion Milton Palmer

 
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celine dion (IP Logged)
26 March, 2012 22:09
i just watched Double Indemnity. Ive run out of new films so Im watching the black and white ones. Pretty decent film, but agree with Weedz. Not the most convincing incentive to murder. Needed more of a build up.
Anyway, my reason for bringing the thread back up, I watched a VERY SAD film on Friday. Never Let Me Go, starring Kiera Knightly among others. Its a CLASSIC. Kazuo Ishiguro wrote the book, but dont bother reading that, watch the film. Its a sort of English Blade runner. Complete GENIUS.

 
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Jack_is_the_truth (IP Logged)
26 March, 2012 22:22
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Rambo, the bit at the end when he ran out of bullets.
(Sm22)(Sm22)(Sm22)


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Gööfle11 (IP Logged)
26 March, 2012 23:21
The Mist has the saddest/worst ending to a film ever.



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Padre Pio (IP Logged)
27 March, 2012 19:41
did we mention Truly, Madly Deeply?



Arsenal is a top 16 European club that will remain a top 16 European club and the Emirates is tape-loop that will win trophy after trophy

Nothing will change to stop Arsenal's domination except the ticket prices which must go up so that Wenger can make even more marquee signings.

Kroenke, Gazidis & Wenger are made for each other a glorious triumvirate heading for immortality.

Arsenal’s not a football club it is the one true religion Milton Palmer

 
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Zainy (IP Logged)
28 March, 2012 11:56
Revenge of the killer tomatoes. A must watch for any film buff.

 
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Padre Pio (IP Logged)
28 March, 2012 19:23
Killer Tomatoes is the Saladest film, not saddest



Arsenal is a top 16 European club that will remain a top 16 European club and the Emirates is tape-loop that will win trophy after trophy

Nothing will change to stop Arsenal's domination except the ticket prices which must go up so that Wenger can make even more marquee signings.

Kroenke, Gazidis & Wenger are made for each other a glorious triumvirate heading for immortality.

Arsenal’s not a football club it is the one true religion Milton Palmer

 
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weedz (IP Logged)
23 April, 2012 06:46
(Sm22)



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