Straight up. I'll admit that a film or 2 has made me shed a tear. But don't tell anyone. What movies mess with you yall's emotions the most? Mine are: The Basketball Diaries - I've seen this story in real life over and over and over. When I saw it for the first time I was young and didn't realize that gravity of it. Like Jay-Z said "...I seen hoop dreams deflate like a true feinds weight...". October Sky - Anything with a father and son coming together gets to me. Like alotta kids these days I grew up without a father, so it was rather provacative. Reign Over Me - It's a pretty new movie and a departure from Adam Sandler's usually roles. But this movie kicked serious ass. I was actually choked up at the end. I really can't explain teh importance of this movie, at least to me. Probably had something to do with the way kept playing teh song "Reign O'er Me" , that shit always gets me. Shawshank Redemption - Tim Robbin's character represented the undying will to survive. Hell, he crawled through a tunnel full of literal shit. But the part that really got me was when Morgan Freeman was in teh halfway house and said something like "get to living or get to dying...damn right" and I thought he was going to hang himself like his friend did at the same spot. But in teh end it shows us how beautiful strong friendship can be. Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind - Some may have seen it as a dark comedy but this is one of teh ones that actually made me teary eyed. Not just choked up. The way they were falling in love all over again while they were trying to hide in his mind, away from the thing that was erasing the memory of her. Forrest Gump - The loss of Jenny and Bubba.........nuff said...but his mother sure did everything she could to keep him in school. Pursuit Of Hapiness - Shows a man going through what alot of women go through nowadays. Some of the messages may have been cliche, but that doesn't mean they weren't true. The Fountain - Talk about a love story...but I had to watch it like 3 times to fully understand it. Magnolia - Several people having reality thrown in their face, straight with no chaser. Legends Of The Fall - I can't even imagine living like that. Brokeback Mountain - Just the last scene when Heath Ledger's daughter comes to visit him and he is living in the trailer all lonely and shit and I think back to the chances he had to be happy with his daughter's mother and teh woman he met after that. Mr. Hollands Opus - Plain and simple; Richard Dreyfuss is the fucking man.