I'm emotionally exhausted from a movie. Yup. The Fault in Our Stars movie exceeded my expectations (I even learned to love douchecunt a little bit), and I just spent the last thirty minutes bawling my eyes out at the end of the movie. Like, sobs. I don't think I'll be able to listen to the M83 song they had playing during the death scene ever again.

Another movie I always find myself tearing up at is Children of Men. The end of Toy Story 3 has me crying like a baby (when they're in the fucking trash compactor and you think they're all gonna die and then the fucking aliens saving them...and then Andy giving away his toys...it really hit home with me, especially at that time in my life).

I cried at the end of Gravity, because it was so beautiful (another Alfonso Cuaron movie). And I cried at the end of Deep Impact, for a reason that's beyond me.

I'm actually sensing a bit of a theme here that I just realized writing this up: all of these movies are about perseverance, of what makes us us.