Sometimes I'm in the mood for a heartless movie. You know, one that doesn't make me feel anything, but just tingles the adrenaline or the eyes a bit. Something like "Lara Croft," maybe. Sometimes I'm in the mood for a memorable story that I can talk about later, like "Star Wars" maybe. But sometimes I want heart. I want to feel. I want something that will hit me deep in the emotions. Like, "Twighlight Samurai," maybe. Because this is a martial arts site I have to start with a martial art movie. Naturally. This one is about a widowed low-level samurai struggling to raise his daughters by himself on a very low salary. He is burdened by debt he had to borrow to give his wife a proper burial. Because he has a desk job nobody knows that he's actually a master swordfighter. All of his coworkers ridicule him for not going to the bar after work with them. Instead of having fun with them he runs home to his children every day at twighlight (hence the name "Twighlight Samurai"). And then he is asked to assassinate another master swordfighter, one who has killed the several prior would-be assassins. If he succeeds he'll get lots of money. If he does not succeed -- his children will be orphans. It's a good movie for parents, because the focus is on his love for his children rather than on swashbuckling swordfighting. It really touched my heart. What are some heartfelt movies that moved you?