Yeah, the Fox and the Hound, after I saw it once, I could never watch it the whole way through again.
And Click, I burst into tears at that, though, I had just broken my foot, and I was all depressed at the idea of 6 weeks stuck inside with no friends to go out with.
Deep Impact was the first film I ever cried at though. It was towards the end when the astronauts were gonna sacrifice themselves and they were saying goodbye to their families. Even my Dad got sobby at that.
And The Unsaid, I got teary towards the middle of this film, but I never actually cried at it... so good.
The only game I ever cried at was the ending of Final Fantasy X, I was like "Nooo! Tidus, don't go!" Hehe, lame, I know.
Kingdom Hearts. Whoa, man I always think when a person is on a quest to find their friends and has the worst possible obstacles ever. And at the ending of Kingdom Hearts (the first one) it always made me feel like saying, "Well rip out my heart?" although I was very happy at the ending of Kingdom Hearts II. The emotional pain that went through Sora could seriously relate to alot of people.
The story of it is also very emotional. I found the story of the Organization XIII some what sad, people without hearts searching for away to live. It gets to you after awhile.
Final Fantasy "Advent Children" was very intense, but sad at the same time. Although it's epic fighting sequences surpass any other 3d animation movie I've ever seen, it also was one of the most emotional.
Mannn, I was just playing MM again today for the first time in a while. Gotta add some more parts.
- When you play the song of healing for Darmani, and it shows the part where all the Gorons are cheering for him, and he starts crying.
-The Part where you play the song of healig for Mikau (?) and it shows the little part where him and Lulu are getting sort of intimate with eachother, with the band playing in the background.
Also, sort of adding to the part at the end with the Deku Buttler, his whole character is pretty depressing. He seems to be pretty emotional when he meets you, but it's like he's just bottling up his emotions. I think I read something about the race being some sort of therapy for him, his way of greiving. pretty sad.