What is the first movie you can remember actually crying to?

What is the first movie you can remember actually crying to?

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  1. Fault in our stars. I can explain. I was at a overnight party for my friend and it was one of the best nights of our lives. I gifted her a gift card to victorias secret, and we ate hot cheetos and nearly passed out from the spice. When >!austin died in the movie!< i cried and in my high school friend group thats what they made fun of me to that day to

  2. Titanic when I was 10. But not the scene where Jack dies. It was the scene after the captain died, when the first funnel is about to collapse. And you can see 1500 people stuck on a sinking ship which lost it’s fight with nature, no more lifeboats, lethally cold water, and help long away. And then it hit me (because I was reading about it) that this scene was as realistic as possible, and that of those 1500, barely anyone survived.

  3. The Little Mermaid — I saw it in the theater as a child and already knew the Hans Christian Andersen story. Thus, I assumed the mermaid dies at the end. So as soon as Ariel signed the contract with Ursula, I started sobbing and eventually my dad had to take me out of the theater because I was annoying the other patrons. I didn’t actually see the end of the movie and realize that Disney had given her a happy ending until it came out on VHS.

  4. Fox and the hound, the scene when she left him. Heartless bitch, Hated her after that.

    Beginning of Oliver & company. When no one picks him and he gets washed away in the storm.

  5. Pokémon: the first movie. when ash turned to stone and was thought to be dead. Pikachu started crying and then shortly after, all the Pokémon that witnessed what happened, started crying as well. 4 year old me was sobbing! And when the tears of the Pokémon brought ash back to life, I started sobbing even more. No movie has ever made me cry that much.

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