Which parts? Jack's death from hypothermia in the Atlantic Ocean just after the Titanic sank completely. And the ending when they "reunite" in the ship at the bottom of the Atlantic around those who perished.
Which parts? Obviously the saddest part: the stampede scene and Mufasa's murder by Scar. On a brighter note, the scene where Simba was walking his way up Pride Rock; like his coronation as King so to speak.
Which parts? Benjamin's death in Daisy's arms as an infant-pensioner. Also, as Benjamin was a child and Daisy was an older woman looking after him, he thinks he had a long life but can't remember it and doesn't remember Daisy when she was younger and the life they had together. Also, the birthday cards that Caroline received off him and she'd never known her father.
Which parts? You can't help but feel really moved by the scene featuring Severus Snape's memories which reveals the heartbreaking love story between him and Lily, his true loyalties and how far he went to protect Harry. Plus, Harry seeing his parents, Sirius and Remus again as spirits before he was going to die and the ending scene. Finally, knowing that Harry Potter, the cinematic era of my teenage years, has ended was so emotional for me and it's hard knowing there's no more.
Which parts? People appreciating Merrick and being kind to him. On the other hand, the bullying that Merrick goes through is sickening to watch and his death at the end is so tragic. I mean, his disfigured appearance is horrifying to look at, in an emotional way.
Which parts? Young Forrest breaking his leg braces while running, Mrs. Gump dies, Jenny's death and Forrest talking to her grave and most of all: the moment when Forrest discovered that he is a father and starts to cry with joy.
Which parts? E.T. and Elliott flying in the air on the bicycle and E.T's space ship returning and saying goodbye to Elliott, Michael and Gertie. It was especially sad when we all thought E.T. died but came back. Sad also when he hugged Elliott and said goodbye.
Which parts? The happy ending with George, his family and his friends that shows that there is beauty, friendship and love in the world. Also, the fact that friends and family are the best Christmas presents ever.
Which parts? The "Hold me" "I can't" scene and when Kim had to leave Edward in that castle. On the bright side, Edward carving the large ice-block and then Kim is walking around the garden in the snow.
Which parts? Sad moment when Joey is sent away into the war where Albert is desperate for him to stay but says goodbye. Happy news is the reunion between the two and Albert being able to identify Joey due to his temporary blindness. The very last scene when he rides with Joey back to the farm in the Gone With The Wind-like sunset.
Which parts? The horror of the Holocaust in general and Oskar Schindler breaking down when he said he couldn't rescue any more Jews. The joy is that those Jews who did survive are really happy to be alive especially when they actually were lead into an actual shower room, not a "gas chamber" like millions of others were.
Which parts? King George VI/Bertie having the courage to do his public but first war speech to the people of the UK with Lionel Logue supporting him during the speech.
This is a list of the films that I have made me cry whether it's of joy or tragedy!
I mean, I hardly EVER cry at films but this is the list of the films that have managed to make me do so (hence why I called this list "Films That Cracked The Rock"). Think I have ordered this in order of films that made me cry the most up to ones that only just managed to do so.