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You might be skeptical, but having a good cry can be really cathartic. And certain movies have all the ingredients to assist in that process.
So on the days that you find yourself resembling the character in Mean Girls who says, "I just have a lot of feelings," here are some movies to help you cry it out. From stories about lost love, to war movies, to Disney movies with unexpected parental deaths , these films are bound to release any feelings that you've been bottling up. And then once the sobfest is done, you can peel yourself off the floor, wash your face, and rejoin the world of the living.
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Johnny Depp's character is so angsty, but with such a good heart. That's why kids sometimes talk back to movies or jump our of their seats and hide during scary scenes. These are just some of the insights Zacks and others are learning from studying how we watch movies. The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Science recently hosted an event focused on this emerging field. Researchers talked about how movies can help us understand things like eye movement and attention.
Shams doesn't study movies herself, but she is interested in many of the same questions of perception that researchers like Zacks are tackling. She said movies are great for scientific research because subjects can watch them while sitting in a brain-imaging machine like an fMRI.
That means neuroscientists can see what areas of the brain a movie is activating. She added movies are much closer to real life than the simple shapes and sounds used in earlier neuroimaging studies, but said there are limitations to this kind of research.
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Still, Shams thinks that by studying how movies trick our senses, we might learn new ways to help people with sensory disorders, like autism and dyslexia.