By Matt Singer | Criticwire April 24, 2013 at 5:47PM
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Some supercuts present themselves naturally. A supercut of 40 years worth of Woody Allen stammers? It might have taken some very dedicated and patient editors to make it happen, but the idea itself makes sense.
This one, though, I never would have thought of in a million years. A collection of Robert De Niro crying scenes? Is Robert De Niro even known for crying scenes? Do fans go see Robert De Niro movies to watch him cry? If they do, this is the first I'm hearing about it.
Regardless, the folks at NextMovie decided to collect some of his more notable sobs and wheezes and put them together in one highly emotional clip:
Don't cry for me, Robert De Niro. The truth is, I never left you. Even when you made "The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle" and "City By the Sea" and "Showtime" and "Analyze That" and "New Year's Eve" and "What Just Happened" and "Hide and Seek" and...
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