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post #11 of 24 Old 05-22-2011, 06:17 AM Thread Starter
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uhh me too!

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post #12 of 24 Old 05-22-2011, 06:18 AM
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I think everyone does lol. Also when I was watching Ruffian I cried when they do a close up of her leg snapping :( :(

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post #13 of 24 Old 05-22-2011, 06:20 AM Thread Starter
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havent seen that... on letters to god the litle boy is soooo georgous!! he is so brave and what makes it even better is its based on a true story

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post #14 of 24 Old 05-22-2011, 06:22 AM
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Oh I love the true movies! Makes them so more believeable

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Oh I love the true movies! Makes them so more believeable
I prefer the movies based on true stories too, except horror/thriller movies. ;) They're just overly scary, especially if it's an unsolved one and the killer is still out there.

That movie sounds pretty good Marlea. I'll have to check it out. Is it out on DVD?

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One of the saddest movies I have ever watched was "Shindlers List" The pictures never leave your head :\ So sad. Its a Biography which makes it ever sadder... The Holocaust never ceases to amaze me... (: But I have to say, I really cant find myself crying over movies, Yes, I get sad but I cant bring myself to cry over whats already happened... I mean, whats crying going to do?

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yes it is a DVD and you can get it from any christian bookshop (and im sure other places too)

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One of the saddest movies I have ever watched was "Shindlers List" The pictures never leave your head :\ So sad. Its a Biography which makes it ever sadder... The Holocaust never ceases to amaze me... (: But I have to say, I really cant find myself crying over movies, Yes, I get sad but I cant bring myself to cry over whats already happened... I mean, whats crying going to do?
Oh that is one movie i could never watch again, it scarred me. The pictures like you say stick with you forever. The Holocaust, and Hitler himself i find just utterly repolsive but i find it so interesting its one of my favourite subjects to learn about. I however ball my eyes out in movies.

Another good movie is "Gorillas In the Mist" another based on a true story and its so sad.... but good!

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Oh that is one movie i could never watch again, it scarred me. The pictures like you say stick with you forever. The Holocaust, and Hitler himself i find just utterly repolsive but i find it so interesting its one of my favourite subjects to learn about. I however ball my eyes out in movies.

Another good movie is "Gorillas In the Mist" another based on a true story and its so sad.... but good!
Yes, I will never watch it again either... And yes, it scarred me for life too :\ What makes it worse is knowing that ALL happened to the poor people.

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letters to god is not scary in the least, just extremely sad

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