Heartwarming: Bicentennial Man

  • When Andrew first looks in the mirror to see his new human features, he gazes deeply in the mirror, as complex emotions play on his face for a long while. He finally quietly tells Rupert, "Thank you" in the most understated way.
  • Blink and you'll miss it, but when Andrew adopts the dog late in the movie, he names it Wolfie, the same name Little Miss named her stuffed-toy dog way back near the beginning of the movie.
  • On Little Miss' death bed, she still has the little wooden horse Andrew made for her, which was his first sign of individuality.
  • The Together in Death ending, of course, is both this and a Tear Jerker. The implication that the nurse is Galatea and has also gained individuality makes it more heartwarming.