No, there's nothing wrong with being touched emotionally by a film. If the truth is known a lot of guys cry during a movie and are able to hide the fact from all but themselves. Are you talking about the 1953 Barbara Stanwyck , Clifton Webb version? That'll do it to you .
Not at all, especially if your ex navy. It's pretty powerful emotions when you start thinking I coulda died if my ship sank, I could been trapped, I coulda suffered. It's hard for me to watch that movie cause it brings back these powerful emotions. And I was Navy way back in 1990.
Ehhhhh....yeah maybe. Maybe I'm old school... but I feel like crying is, as a man, something reserved for only the worst situations. It's just a movie, and they are just actors. So I find it hard to take seriously. I'm not saying crying is weak for a man, but c'mon!!!...it's Leo!! Haha!
Not at all. When that movie was in theaters I remember a pair of normally very macho, radio shock-jocks heatedly debating whether Rose died in the end or was she just dreaming? Sounded like they nearly came to blows in the booth arguing about it. I was surprised this movie affected two tough guys like that. Beneath the silly bickering they were both very clearly touched by the story.