When’s the Last Time You Cried in a Movie Theater?
Today, I want to know when was the last time that a movie made you cry while watching it in a theater.
Pop Culture Theme Time is a feature where I put a question to you to see what you think about a particular theme. I might later revisit the theme for a future Drawing Crazy Patterns or Top Five.
I’m actually not positive about my answer, as this movie came out over a decade ago, but I can’t seem to recall an example besides Toy Story 3, which had multiple moments that would draw a tear to most eyes (the big nostalgia bit with Andy and then when they all think that they’re about to die).
My wife recently cried a bit at Spider-Man: No Way Home, so since that’s one of the last movies we saw in a theater period, then I’m sure that’s her answer (she joked when I asked her the question, “Well, I know it wasn’t The Batman“) (the last movie we saw in a theater).
I very well could be forgetting a movie, as I’ve obviously seen a ton of movies in theaters since Toy Story 3, but I don’t often tear up at movies in the theater, so that might really be it.
How about you folks?
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1 thought on “When’s the Last Time You Cried in a Movie Theater?”
When Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man saved Tom Holland’s MJ. That look on his face when he knows she’s okay and then the tears that flow. It just hit me like a ton of bricks. There’s so much there—sadness, redemption, memories, hope. It’s probably my favorite scene in the entire film.