I'd rather post this here than facebook, FWIW. I'm 29, lost my dad 4 years ago, just a few weeks shy of his 60th birthday. I've shared that several times, but I'm posting it again just for context. I watched Analyze This for the first time tonight. I've always wanted to, but have never caught it till now. Dad loved it, and the sequel, and he had both on DVD. He loved gangster movies, and watched the Godfathers, Goodfellas, Casino, etc . . . pretty much any time they came on. So that was a way for me to reconnect with him. Then, the Royal Tenenbaums came on, haven't watched that in several years. I forgot that at the end, Ben Stiller's character has a very emotional moment with Gene Hackman's character, who portrays his dad, and right after that, Ben Stiller's character watches Gene Hackman's character die in an ambulance after Gene Hackman squeezes his hand and smiles at him. Well, that brought on the waterworks. That went off, I flipped through the channels again, and Lo and behold, Jaws was on. One of dad's other favorite movies, and mine too. So of course I watched the rest of it. I didn't mean to think of my father as much as I did tonight, but I'm glad I did.