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    People Are Sharing The Animated Movies That Made Them Emotional, And It Appears Someone Has Started Chopping Onions Nearby

    "My 3D glasses hid my nostalgia tears."

    🚨 Warning: Spoilers ahead!🚨

    Anyone else like a really good cry? Just me? Cool!

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    So, when Reddit user u/molliegeorgie asked the question, "What animated movie affected you most emotionally?" you can bet I was interested. Here are just some of the best responses:

    1. Coco

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    "I fucking bawled. My family doesn't approve of my career plan, and seeing that with Miguel hit close to home. He literally almost dies for his dream."


    2. Brother Bear

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    "'I have a story to tell you. It's kind of about a man and kind of about a bear — but mostly, it's about a monster.' It gets me every time."


    3. All Dogs Go to Heaven

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    "Learning about Judith Barsi's death makes me look at the film in a whole new light, and I get overwhelmed with sadness every time I listen to the song 'Soon You'll Come Home.' The fact that her character wanted nothing more than to have a happy and loving family, when Barsi had the exact opposite in real life."


    4. Treasure Planet

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    "It captures the feeling of wonder and adventure that I desperately wish I had in my life, but never have and likely never will."


    5. The Land Before Time

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    "I rewatched it as an adult, and all those childhood memories came back to the surface and I was completely choked up."


    6. A Goofy Movie

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    "I didn’t know my dad at the time."


    7. The Fox and the Hound

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    "I always lose it when the old lady is driving Todd to release him back into the wild."


    8. Up


    "Man, the scene when he gets the house to Paradise Falls and finally reads Ellie’s book of adventures. The final words he sees from her let him know that she didn't want him to be a bitter old man, but instead find a new purpose in life beyond her. Honestly, it’s such a fantastic movie about loss."


    9. WALL-E

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    "It just broke my heart how WALL-E was left alone. He knew love more than any of the humans."


    10. Spirited Away

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    "It made me look at the world magically again."


    11. Toy Story 3

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    "My oldest son left for college the same time as Andy. I'm so grateful that my 3D glasses hid my nostalgia tears."


    12. Inside Out

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    "I was going through a similar phase back then, and watching it made me wonder if the same thing was going on in my head."


    13. Wreck-It Ralph

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    "He’s the nicest guy, but nobody sees that because of the role he’s been cast in. It hits really hard and I cry every time."


    14. The Last Unicorn

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    "I was a child and it was the first animated fantasy movie I had ever seen. It moved me so much, I cried in the theater."


    15. And, finally, Frozen

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    "I have a twin brother. So I likened the relationship between Anna and Elsa as me and my brother. When Anna freezes over, in my emotional state, I likened it to my brother dying. I was in tears."


    Do you have an animated movie that always gets you emotional? LMK in the comments!

    Note: Submissions have been edited for length and clarity.