I don;t think I've cried about anime, but It brought me pretty close at the ending of Gosick, and Steins;Gate.
Not often, but I got to say Anohana made me cry so hard I'm more ashamed of myself then impressed with the anime. XD Though Anime can get me emotional, like Fate Zero where I've wanted to end someones life so hard and I'm so filled with furry, or a scene from psycho-pass where It's just so uncomfortable for the character that I was personally shocked at how much it translated over to me. I prefer animes that can give me a resonant emotion.
Wolf's Rain is the only anime to put a tear in my eye it was a kind of beautiful sadness.
Barserk mortified me I was almost pissed but definitely upset. I know what happens at the end of Wichblade but haven't brought myself to finish watching it. I keep forgetting Claymour was a bit sad too.
GunGrave through out the anime i always felt the heaviness of it but the final 2 episodes was really well done watching Brendo and COs world just fell apart i really like the credits to it.
Grave of the Fireflies made me uncomfortable but not in a bad way, it never made me cry though. usually the emotionally exploitative stuff like this doesn't work on me.
I need to watch Jin-Roh.
Jin-Roh is excellent! Yeah, that one was very emotional, but another one I have to put on here would probably be METROPOLIS, I choked up a little when "I Can't Stop Loving You" kicked in out of nowhere.
Instead of jump scares, I think we should invent the term: jump cries
Rave Master's Tower of Din arc made me cry twice: back in middle school and college in summer of 2012 (Rave Master wiki project)
I watched Angel Beats for the first time back in January of 2013 based on Sotyfan16's recommendation. The anime is so crazy. One moment, it makes you laugh and then, you're crying in the next scene.
Hmm, I haven't tried Summer Wars or Rainbow. I'll add those to the watch list.
I admit I cried during Fate Zero during Kiritsugu's origin stories especially for Natalia Kaminski.
This Christmas themed romantic comedy does a fantastic job of juggling love stories and ultimately presents a modern Christmas classic.