By Shawna Takaki | Staff Writer

Word on the Street: What movie made you cry the most?

Sumire Fujisawa
Age: 19
Hometown: Chiba, Japan
Major: Liberal Arts

“I like the Disney movie ‘Baymax’ [‘Big Hero 6’ in English]. … It makes me cry. Hiiro’s brother made Baymax but things happened, he died. At the end, Baymax and Hiiro have to separate. Baymax is trying to save Hiiro but ends up having to leave Baymax behind. Then they fix him and … creates Baymax again.”

Hitomi Kajio
Age: 19
Hometown: Osaka, Japan
Major: Liberal Arts

“‘Titanic.’ I watched it as a high school student, so maybe one year ago. He saves her and then dies. … She has to see him drowning in the sea. It made me cry [the] most.”

Mariko Ohama
Age: 24
Hometown: Okinawa, Japan
Major: Liberal Arts

“I think ‘The Green Mile.’ The movie is about, like, racism. A black man is arrested. Actually he didn’t do anything, but white people thought that guy did kill their children. He went to prison. … The police also knew the black man was a very nice person, but finally they have to kill him. … It was very sad, but I also think it was a very meaningful movie.”

Michelle Ho
Age: 19
Hometown: Hawai’i Kai, Hawai’i
Major: Computer Science

“‘Avengers: Endgame.’ … When Iron Man died, that was just really sad because he was my favorite Avenger.”

Amelie Plot 
Age: 19
Hometown: Honolulu, Hawai’i
Major: Psychology

“‘Spider-Man: No Way Home.’ Every Spider-Man movie, really, makes me more emotional than any other movies. … It was just very nostalgic with all three of them working together, and god, Aunt May died, and they recreated the scene where Andrew Garfield had Zendaya as they were falling. That’s all.”