Starting with Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms. There was moments throughout the movie that almost moved me to tears but by the end I just couldn't hold it in anymore. Solid 9/10 and will make any anon cry like a little girl.
>watch another movie
I want to fug that robot
I cried at least 5 times watching Wolf Children, I still get a little bit teary eyed when I remember some of the scenes.
I get teary-eyed over relatively mild shit, so pls no bully for this list:
>quite a few Detective Conan episodes had moments that made me tear up, either out of sadness or happiness
>Tales from Earthsea
>Phanom: Requiem of the Phantom
>Sorayori mo tooi basho
Fuck it I'm gonna stop listing stuff, too many to list. 90% of the anime I've seen has made me cry, either out of happiness or sadness, atleast once.
And the ending of Code Geass made me cry so hard my face "prickled". I couldn't describe it better than as if the blood in my face bubbled like shaken soda, kinda the same feeling as the bleeding when I was hit with a golf-club as a 7-year old. Never experienced anything like it since.
Seconding this. Family dramas get me.
Grave of the fireflies is another tearjerker, it was recomended in another thread earlier.
Royal Space Force: Wings of Honneamise
The Wind Rises
Kids On The Slope
>Royal Space Force: Wings of Honneamise
Remind me, which part of that is sad?
SPICE AND WOLF WHEN HORO HAS THAT ONE NIGHTMARE
The rape scene was stopped.
Inuyashiki is the only anime I've cried during.
None because animu a shit.
Sword of the Stanger
I almost cried to Mahou Sensei Negima last night. That funeral scene was brutal.
Final season made me baww a bit
Kikyo's arcs always made me cry. She was such a tragic and melancholic character.
Kikyo is a dumb slut who got brought back only to be an antagonist for no reason. Fuck that bitch
Kagome was an uglier copy of Kikyo and a homewrecker, probably not a virgin either. While Kikyo was a pure shrine maiden that only had eyes for Inuyasha.
>thinking shrine maidens are pure
Anon that's just sad. Everybody in the village was probably running a train on Kikyo
Also you can't be a homewrecker when the one who's man you're "stealing" died 50 years prior. Just think about her actions immediately as she gets back her free will, that's a crazy bitch right there.
Barring the ecchi scenes, Sora no Otoshimono hit me like like a brick wall. It was the only one that got a tear out of me.
On a different note, I watched Kimi No Na Wa yesterday and while it didn't shake me emotionally, I thought it was an outstanding story.
This one hit a little close to home even though I actually thought the plotline was pretty emotionally manipulative. Somehow it still got to me.
>that one scene where she starts singing
couldn't help laugh and they punish you so hard for it later
that is not how male legs are connected.
>Grave of the fireflies is another tearjerker
I watched that the other day, damn I hated those little brats, they should have helped more in the house instead of horsing around all day, the relatives did nothing wrong.
Yeah that really didn't send a good image of them, but the credits sequence of his little sister being so hungry she ate dirt pretending it was takoyaki still stung.
Yuichi…it hurts. It really hurts.
T-the pain is going away, what's going to happen to me?
Magus' Bride before it shit the bed.
There was something so innocent and pure about it. I should read the mongo since I hear its not retarded like the anime.
Also anything with fathers.
>there are people who seriously cry over anime
Man, how much of a pussy do you have to be? A real man is already dead inside and is just going through the motions. Anythig sad is looked at with a lifeless, neutral expression.
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This, every time. The original scene in the movie was a bit poor though, I think it's the choice of music.
I read that manga chapter right after finishing the original anime while on the dark about the eclipse, probably the most powerful scene in Berserk, it works way better on the context of the original anime since it takes away the silly stuff and becomes a plot that takes itself very seriously, that way the eclipse hits way more hard and you end up processing what a horrible thing happened at the same time Guts Is.
Really? I thought that resolution was total garbage.
My emotions have a hair trigger when I'm watching anything alone because they have no outlet in my real life. I just coast through existence alone not caring about anything or anyone and then go home and watch Chinese cartoons and get triggered by a dad hugging his child.
The OVA was really well done and made me feel like a pure and innocent child again. The anime was always shit.
Wolf’s Rain. That show really tore me up inside especially the finale eps. Other stuff that made me teary eyed is some parts of JJBA like Jonathan’s death, and reading the last parts of Part 7.
Do astronauts actually wear diapers? I thought the suits had separate compartments where they could pee into.
The thing that got me to feel the most in that movie was when the dog died in the beginning.
It was the third episode of Youkai Apartment no Yuuga na Nichijou, about how Kuri came to the apartment. I suppose mother/child relationships are a weak point of mine, and I do worry about the time when my mother eventually dies.
The stream we had of your name was a good one
Nothing, because I'm not a little bitch.
Oy Abe's baby making propaganda made me cry wtf.
That looks gorgeous!
>giving us false hope that we might have some life left inside
That's borderline psychopathic and downright cruel, anon.
>who let the untermensch in?
I never expected it from this one. Nobody told me it will make me cry so many times for two damn seasons.
>Miss gurren lagann when it came out, because was growing tired of anime
>gurren lagann memes as far as the eye can see on 4chan
>get well acquainted with the MCs faces from those memes
>many years later, watch the anime
>think "HA! you can't trick me, anime. I've seen pics, I know Kamina comes back later, with star-shaped glasses"
>first season goes on
>"any moment now, he'll show up with some ridiculous excuse for coming back from the grave"
>"aaaaany moment now"
>season 1 ends
>season two, time skip
>realise it was Simon on those pics
>Kamina really is dead
WHY DID YOU HAD TO LEAVE MEEEEEEEEEEEEE?!
The thing that got me to feel the most in that movie was when a race of beautiful, blonde, pale skinned people were reduced to a few defiled women an some half-breeds.
Unless the West go for a violent revolution, that is going to be the future.
Could you have saved her?
She was in a pit, all she needed was someone to throw her a rope.
I couldn't even finish the first volume of Pun Pun. I wish I could complete it.
>throw her a rope.
I hope that wasn't some sort of pun
Did you cry in a high pitch voice?
Neither could I, but that's because I got bored of it. The drama just didn't hook me at all
I-Is there any other way to cry?
In a low pitch voice
I've never cried from any form of media, but this movie will give you some really manly feels. Its hard to explain.
>not just enjoying watching people getting shredded with machine gun fire
Also, the people is here who cry or have feels are faggots.
>t. knave who has never understood duty
Fuck yeah I could have saved her. I can save anyone. I understand my emotions and don't let them control me. I'm like a rock in a sea of lost people. Punpun deserved everything he got, and the author deserves even more for publishing a story which normalizes reckless emotional irresponsibility. There's never an excuse. I hate media which celebrates faults.
friendly reminder that emotions are a central part of being human - being emotionless robs you of a few IQ points
>friendly reminder that emotions are a central part of being human - being emotionless robs you of a few IQ points
the way they measure IQ is how well you process abstract analogies.
the way you experience emotion is akin to a catalog of biological states (heart rate, breathing rate, mental state), thus having a larger catalog allows you to better understand what exactly you are feeling.
next, recognizing emotion in others and empathizing with them requires abstract thought, after all they are not you.
therefore higher emotional IQ and being more cognizant of your own emotional states leads to a higher general IQ
finally being able to experience emotion without acting on it or having the step before action where you say "is this my rational self or emotional self dictating my actions" requires a great deal of discipline so overall it is a benefit to be in touch with emotions.
>all that gay shit
>not just being a sociopath
understanding how others feel makes you a better sociopath though
Best thing is, no-brain nigger monkeys don't have it and that obviously explains a lot, see nigglets getting spooked by their own shadow and their reflection in a mirror.
Thanks for the link, anon.
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>The more I argued with them, the better I came to know their dialectic. First they counted on the stupidity of their adversary, and then, when there was no other way out, they themselves simply played stupid. If all this didn't help, they pretended not to understand, or, if challenged, they changed the subject in a hurry, quoted platitudes which, if you accepted them, they immediately related to entirely different matters, and then, if again attacked, gave ground and pretended not to know exactly what you were talking about. Whenever you tried to attack one of these apostles, your hand closed on a jelly-like slime which divided up and poured through your fingers, but in the next moment collected again. But if you really struck one of these fellows so telling a blow that, observed by the audience, he couldn't help but agree, and if you believed that this had taken you at least one step forward, your amazement was great the next day. The Jew had not the slightest recollection of the day before, he rattled off his same old nonsense as though nothing at all had happened, and, if indignantly challenged, affected amazement; he couldn't remember a thing, except that he had proved the correctness of his assertions the previous day. Sometimes I stood there thunderstruck. I didn't know what to be more amazed at: the agility of their tongues or their virtuosity at lying. Gradually I began to hate them.
just walk away if you can't form an argument
>Punpun deserved everything he got
That's like… the point my dude
>I hate media which celebrates faults.
And you think Punpun does?
I start every argument with an ad hominem just to trigger redditors that name logical fallacies. Nobody who's ever pointed out a fallacy as an argument has been worth debating.
Appeal to (((authority))).
>copy-pasting Uncle A words is an argument
Jesus, all these hours wasted on trying to form arguments for a specific situation when I could have just quoted a bunch of politicians and writers? Guess I have been missing how the pro's do it, but this changes today.
Joke's aside, pray to Christ you never ever find yourself in an actual metapolitical debate in public.
The only debate the matters is war. Either you crush your enemy or he crushes you.
>feefees thread in any media
>after a while, it inevitably attracts fluoridated niggers attacking anyone with the faintest vestige of humanity
Every time and it never stops being funny either. I remember this one anon here who was replying to someone whining about autists on imageboards (kinda redundant you would think), it was some months ago in a thread I don't remember, I think I took a screenshot but I can't find it ATM. Anyway, long story short, he was saying that he worked in a psychiatric ward and that we would all be amazed to know how many "schizos" and/or people on (((medications))) love and lurk on image boards, he was specifically talking about 8ch, if my memory doesn't betray me, and also stressing that we really shouldn't be surprised if someone attacks a random ass post out of the blue for no good reason, though this thread is absolutely of mild compared to the hecatombs of schizophrenic homosexuality I have sadly witnessed in other instances.
Does someone have the screenshot? If they ever took it, that is.
I think Punpun lies within the same vein as western shows like Shameless which seek to portray life "as it is or shouldn't be", and I think that idea as a whole can be traced back to the dadaist movement of the early 20th century which plunged our art and culture into the gutters of humanity. I don't like how open to interpretation works like that can be, and the greying of morals only serves to weaken them. If PunPun had been more heavy handed in its message then maybe I'd forgive it, but the experience of most readers is to relate and feel their own situation is not as desperate.
>If PunPun had been more heavy handed in its message
<PLEASE TELL ME HOW TO FEEL AND THINK
You know for a fact that nobody gets up to any good when they're allowed to do that. Don't even pretend.
Woah there, bringing in the big words are we?
To be fair, the men of that race are soyboy cucks so they deserved what happened.
>Nobody who's ever pointed out a fallacy as an argument has been worth debating.
Calling logical fallacies by their formal names is the mating call of the redditor, anon.
C-can we get back to talking about sad animus you guys?
<Rose of Versailles
Some others made me cry but not quite bitch level, including:
<Kimi ni Todoke
<Beserk [fuck Griffith, asshole]
And many others made me tear up. I kind of let my emotions out when I watch anime; it's my only real release, so I let myself feel with the characters when the direction and story aren't shit.
Oh, I forgot another bitch-level one.
>Kurau: Phantom Memory