"I'll admit I may have seen better days,
but I'm still not to be had for the price of a cocktail,
like a salted
I would be bawling there with you. I really must get hold of this film and watch it again.
I need to watch that again too!!
Do so....its a classic
Oh Lord...now I'm bawling.
Yep. That's the part that does it for me. Every time.
Haven't seen this in ages....I will have to get a copy of watch it again. Thanks for the reminder. Such an amazing movie....
I love the movie and the book. I always cry at that bit too, unbelievably moving .
I'm already sitting here crying.
Jeeez, it's been years since I saw this film; I'd forgotten how emotional it was.
I absolutely loved this film! Great for clearing out the sinus, too.
Now that's one film I have seen - years ago now, and wouldn't pass up the chance to see it again. A wonderful story in amongst all the dross of the time. Wonder if Amazon do the book on Kindle?
Sob..sniff......this is in my top ten of films and I watch it every now and again and never ever get bored....x
One of the most powerful films I've ever seen. It stuck in my mind for ages afterwards.
What's wrong with me? I've never cried at ANY film. A dozen or so, maybe, out of 50 years of cinema-going have given me a moist eye, but as to actually weeping - never!
I've been shown one very harrowing scene from this film and that was enough for me. I don't get 'weepies'. I avoid them. I think I was stung for ever by Sophie's Choice.
The appeal of this film has always been a mystery to me.
I like this movie a lot, though opinion seems generally divided. I remember a critic back in the '80s calling it a "racist cartoon." Not everyone is into the Spielbergian style.
I have never seen this film. I must watch it now! The soundtrack was tugging at my heartstrings. :-)
I love this film and watch it every time I get a chance.
Oh you rotten sod, now I'll have to re-do my eye make up before I go out! X
Ah, I love that movie, and love the book even more.Love,Janie
Damn you! Gotta fix my mascara!
We could've sobbed together. I bloody love that film! D'you remember 'Roots'?
Read the book if you get the chance. The books are always (usually) better than the movie.
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