Do men cry at the movies

Do men cry at the movies?




Yes I cry a lot in movies and in almost all emotional scenes more than anyone I have ever known.

People generally cry when they connect with movies.

Crying is not sign of weakness its sign of how deeply involved/connects with movie or any scene.
It shows how sensitive and how empathetic person you are
Generally people sees it as sign of weakness
I would like to describe a incident,
Once I was watching movie with family friends and saw that I'm weeping, they laugh a lot maybe that was my of of the most embarrassing moment.
People have develop their mindset that crying is sign of weakness.
After that I hide my tears while watching movies, fearing I would be consider weak.
After many such incidents I started considering I have weak heart.

Now I starting to understand its not a sign of weakness its sign of how strong deep connected heart a person have if he/she cries while watching a movie.


I’m more likely to cry if the movie has animals in it.

For example, after watching Hachi: A dog’s tale, I was an emotional wreck for hours after…
Oh, let’s not forget Sam’s death in I Am Legend, took me a while to get over that too…
I could go on, but to answer your question, yes! Men do cry at movies, more often than you may think.



Research suggests around 92 percent of people have been reduced to tears during at least one movie.
So apparently I’m not alone when it comes to heading to the local theater and having a good cry.

Even still, the fact remains many people have been conditioned to believe crying is a sign of weakness.
This is particularly true for men, who grow up hearing things like “boys don’t cry,” which leads them to think anything other than stoicism is completely unacceptable.

But, regardless of the context, none of us should ever hide our tears.
There is nothing shameful or embarrassing about crying, it’s part of what makes us human.


Do men cry at the movies?




Yes I cry a lot in movies and in almost all emotional scenes more than anyone I have ever known.

People generally cry when they connect with movies.

Crying is not sign of weakness its sign of how deeply involved/connects with movie or any scene.
It shows how sensitive and how empathetic person you are
Generally people sees it as sign of weakness
I would like to describe a incident,
Once I was watching movie with family friends and saw that I'm weeping, they laugh a lot maybe that was my of of the most embarrassing moment.
People have develop their mindset that crying is sign of weakness.
After that I hide my tears while watching movies, fearing I would be consider weak.
After many such incidents I started considering I have weak heart.

Now I starting to understand its not a sign of weakness its sign of how strong deep connected heart a person have if he/she cries while watching a movie.


I’m more likely to cry if the movie has animals in it.

For example, after watching Hachi: A dog’s tale, I was an emotional wreck for hours after…
Oh, let’s not forget Sam’s death in I Am Legend, took me a while to get over that too…
I could go on, but to answer your question, yes! Men do cry at movies, more often than you may think.



Research suggests around 92 percent of people have been reduced to tears during at least one movie.
So apparently I’m not alone when it comes to heading to the local theater and having a good cry.

Even still, the fact remains many people have been conditioned to believe crying is a sign of weakness.
This is particularly true for men, who grow up hearing things like “boys don’t cry,” which leads them to think anything other than stoicism is completely unacceptable.

But, regardless of the context, none of us should ever hide our tears.
There is nothing shameful or embarrassing about crying, it’s part of what makes us human.

Updated: 15.06.2019 — 6:59 pm

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