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Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Tagged for Tearjerkers

I was tagged by Belinda to complete a meme of her own making. Here's the assignment: Think of 3 to 5 movies that have (or better yet, still do, every time you watch them) made you cry. I mean really cry. Real "weepers." Now to go Google Images and find a scene from the film that doesn't overtly identify it, and post your results on your page. Link the pictures to the movies' iMDB pages. Visitors, see how many of these sob stories you can identify from the screen grabs. (There will be "spoiler" discussions in the comments, so don't read comments unless you're done guessing or have clicked the links to the pictures.)

OK, I have to admit that when I received this assignment I made a list of my favorite tearjerkers and emailed Belinda in a panic. "Oh no, I've got 20 movies on my list, what should I do?" She told me not to restrict myself to the recommended 3-5, but to trim the more obvious. So no Gone With the Wind on my list, even though I used a whole box of tissues on that when I first saw it in the movie theatre. I'm a sobber, what can I say?

Good luck, and don't forget to put your answers in the comments.

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