Times change, attitudes change, and things that were acceptable not that long ago are now looked at with disdain and they make people cringe.

And that goes for movies, too!

Let’s hear from people on AskReddit about what movies from the past they think are hard to watch now because of cringeworthy humor.

1. Creepy.

“Blank Check where the adult female FBI agent shares a kiss with a ten year old boy.”

2. The kid got lucky.

“Big with Tom Hanks.

A kid becomes an adult using magic and sleeps with a woman (it’s implied).

Another kid says “who the f**k do you think you are?!”.

I think there’s at least two “f**ks” in this PG movie where a kid f**ks a woman.”

3. Weird.

“40 days and 40 nights.

The guy literally gets r**ed near the end and his GF walks in after he’s r**ed, but it’s painted as humorous and then he has to apologize to the GF because she implies he was “cheating” on her.

The whole thing really disgusted me.”

4. Oh, Jim…

“American Pie.

Nadia should have wanted Jim’s head on stick.”

5. Yeah…

“Never Been Kissed…

Like…but you thought she was a student…”

6. Nerds!

“”Revenge of the Nerds.

” The “heroes” of the movie plant cameras in the girls’ house to watch them undressing and showering, they sell naked pictures of them, and the lead “hero” r**es a girl who, in return, falls in love with him because he’s good at s** (um, really?). At least neither the token gay (who doubles as the token black) nor the token Asian aren’t stereotyped… oh, wait.

Let’s not forget that the “Omega Mu” sorority is full of the “fat and ugly” girls, but thankfully the nerdy guys get the hot girls in the end!

What’s not to love about that?”

7. ’80s classic.

“Sixteen Candles.

The ‘hot guy’ palms off his cheerleader girlfriend on the h**ny nerd after she gets blackout/pass out dr**k.

It’s implied that the nerd r**es her off screen. But of course when she wakes up the next morning, instead of being upset, she’s learned a valuable lesson not to be so stuck up.”

8. Uh oh…

“Soul Man.

Guy takes a bunch of tanning pills to look black so that he can get into college.”

9. Sounds hilarious.

“Me and my Fiance tried watching “According to Jim” on Disney+.

It’s literally just a guy treating his wife like garbage. Stopped watching after like 3 episodes.”

10. Hmmmm…

“The 40 Year Old Virgin.

What a great, sweet, funny and earnest film in so many ways for me, but the fact that there’s this WHOOOLLLE SCENE where all the guys conspire to find the dr**kest women to take home to r**e is pretty much intolerable now.

Like, how is it treated as funny that he’s meant to have prey upon a woman who can’t even walk straight. Seeing all these bros talk about it like sport, just makes me sick, bc it’s super real.”

11. The ’80s were…different.

“I watched Weird Science a few weeks ago.

Fully grown woman s**ually a**aulting not one, but two high school students.”

12. Not PC.

Sorority Boys.

Three dudes fake being girls to get housing at a sorority house after being kicked out of their frat. The joke is that the sorority is filled with “ugly” girls and hence, they fit in.

From memory the geeky brother of one of the sorority boys r**es him while he’s unconscious, thinking he’s f**king a girl. Brags about it, then is universally shamed when their identities are revealed.”

Do you have any movies to add to the list?

Talk to us in the comments.

Thanks, amigos!