Denzel Washington's "Man on Fire"; I was bawling my eyes out at the end when he is about to die, just thinking about it now and I start to get choked up.
Then before that during the movie Crash, when the little girl jumps into her daddy's arms (the locksmith) as the shop owner is pulling the trigger...goodness, I only cry during movies, NOT in my real life...
Like BagLovingMom, I cry when my son leaves for school. Last year he went to Oxford for his junior year and I couldn't tear myself away from the gate, long, long after he was out of sight and on the plane.
The last time I cried was last Friday. I was venting to my bf about the stress of moving and finding a job, and I thought about us leaving our wonderful house and thought of all the good times we've had here while we were in college, and I started sniffling :shame: Moving is a scary thing, I'm afraid of starting fresh and going through the whole process.