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Poll: Movies that moved you and why?

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Poll: Do Real Men Cry?

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I will be checking Taking Chance out real soon.  Tears of the Sun was a great movie too!  For me, it showed me the evil that men do, man's ability to show compassion, eliminate evil and be human!

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I'm kinda surprised no one has seen "The Ultimate Gift"

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 I remember I use to watch those 80's movies and boy they were better movies, like Dotor Detroit, The Color of Money, Colors,CockTails, Brainstorm, A Fish Called Wanda, Adventures of Babysitting, A Veiw to a Kill 48 hrs, 9 to 5, 100 Ways to Murder Your Wife, 16 Candles, 91/2 Weeks, Airplane, American Gigolo, Beverly hills cop , Blind Date, Breakfast Club, Brother of Justice , The burbs, Christine, Cobra, Die hard, Death Wish , The Gate, Full Metal Jacket, Going undercover, Ghoulies, House,K-9, License to Drive, Moving Violations, Police Academy, War Games, Werid Science, The wraith, Germlins. Just to name a few . And these movies had movies , move and still today they do .  

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The Notebook....."Touching tale of Dementia"


Color Purple......"Brutality and how one can overcome".


Steel Magnolias....."True friendship that lasts through everything".


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I'm with you Al-Siege of Firebase Gloria, rocks. Tears of the Sun, Taking Chance, Courageous, Facing the Giants, Fireproof are all favorites of mine. One recent one I saw was Warhorse.  I wasn't expecting much, but was pleaseantly suprised. 


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I watch a lot of documentary shows / movies. Military movies are top on my list, but I'm not sure any really made me tear up, but some have brought back some unpleasant memories of things. I really Liked "Gardens of Stone".

"We were Soldiers", the combination of the keltic hymn and battle scenes. I'm a student of military history, so it choked me up a bit, particularly when he's preparing his family for the deployment. During my multiple deployments I always did well at preparing myself and my soldiers, but prepping my family was the hardest.

Being a paratrooper, I really got into "Band of Brothers" and despite having seen it multiple times, I will always go out of my way to watch it. Recently, 2009-2010, the documentary "Firebase Restrepo" was a touching one because it showed the bond that soldiers make with one another when thrown together in combat. When that bond is made nothing can put usunder...

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Katz says ...


The Notebook....."Touching tale of Dementia"


Color Purple......"Brutality and how one can overcome".


Steel Magnolias....."True friendship that lasts through everything".


Have to Bump, "The Notebook" it does choke me up to see the love be lost, found and lost again so quick...

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Bump for 'The Notebook', 'We were Soldiers' & 'Band of Brothers'