I rarely see or hear men crying at movies and me, I rarely cry if ever at the movies. On the occassion when I see a touching film I try to fight back the tears if I'm with someone I don't know too well. But there have been some movies that I just lost it and tears came streaming down my face, abeit silently in a darkened theater. I must say it is suprisingly cathartic on some level. Here are two I can think of: 1. As Good as it Gets- With Jack Nicholson playing an obsessive compulsive who courts a waitress, Helen Hunt. This film gets to me because its about Love as an elixer that can overcome any obstacle and bring ordinary people together. The scene at the end after they get back together and go into the bakery when it just opens just kills me. 2. A Wonderful Life - A Jimmy Stewart classic usually plays here every Christmas time. It's about redemption at it's most basic level and the faith that when you loose faith in yourself there will be people who will rescue you out of love. I loose it at the scene where all the neighbors and friends come and drop their piggybanks into the kitty - no questions asked. OK Guys - under the guise of anonimity what movies have secretly made you cry and why?