Rabbit Hole stars Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart as a married couple trying to redefine their lives after the death of their young son. I'm not a huge Nicole Kidman fan, but I think she does a marvelous job of portraying a mother trying to make sense of her grief and anger. It's a tough film to watch, but I'm glad that it was made. I can't be the only person in the world who likes a movie that handles tough subject matter.
I used to hate to cry in movies, but now I actually kind of like it when a movie moves me to tears. It's somewhat therapeutic.
So, what movies have made you weepy? I'd love to hear your suggestions for future Tuesday selections. Oh, and if you haven't noticed already, I have a new blog. It's about my spiritual quest. Go check it out.
Finding My Religion.