Guys, it's okay to cry at movies. I haven't for a long time, but I do come close sometimes even now. I may be missing a few, but these stick out. Granted, most of these were when I was a kid...but not all.
1. Ghost. It wasn't the fact that I was seeing a totally inappropriately scary movie at the age of THREE that did it, oddly enough. I had only walked in near the end. But that ending wrecked me on an emotional level with it's beautiful sadness. Again, guys, I was THREE.
2. Beauty and the Beast. Hey, it looked like my favorite character had died, so I was sad! Luckily, he got better.
3. The Lion King. Yes, Mufasa was my generation's Bambi's Mom, but it affected me even more because my parents had just gone through a particularly messy divorce and I was very close with my father.
4. Dragonheart. Same reason as Beauty and the Beast above, though unfortunately this death stuck.
5. Moulin Rouge!. This is when I was older. The first time I saw this movie was after a particularly bad break-up, so I was far more susceptible to its raw emotion and message of love. I see more of its flaws now, but I still like the movie.
6. The Notebook. When I first started dating the woman who would become my wife, she insisted we watch this. The ending punched me right in the gut on a number of levels and I couldn't hold back.
1. Edward Scissorhands. I don't remember if I cried the first time I saw it, but it always gets me choked up. Especially with that music.
2. Big Fish. Again, don't remember if the tears actually flowed the first time, but boy did they want to.
3. Return of the King and Bettle of Five Armies. I didn't actually cry at either of these, but both endings to the Middle-Earth films got me ferklempt not just at what was going on, but because it was the ending of a fantastic experience.
Again, there's probably more that I'm missing, but I'm willing to admit that things affect me emotionally. And that I have emotions.