It was your stereotypical girls’ night. Pizza and chick flicks included.
It wasn’t until we were watching Whatever It Takes, a new addition to the plethora of movies already on Netflix, that we all collectively squirmed and became uncomfortable at borderline sex crime-y scenes that were supposed to be somewhat comedic.
Some of the movie scenes, made 18 years ago, simply just wouldn’t fly nowadays without someone commenting on just how wrong it actually is, especially now in a time of #MeToo and Times Up.
And after a lot, and a lot of falling down the rabbit hole of 70s-00s films, there’s actually a lot of scenes that just wouldn’t fly right now in 2018.
Here are 30 of them.
P.S. I’m sorry if you never watch these moveis the same again. I truly am.
1. The Breakfast Club (1985).
It was the John Hughes coming-of-age movie that defined the 80s. But the scene where John Bender (Judd Nelson) hides under the table and touches Claire Standish (Molly Ringwald) up her skirt, would not be seen as comedic today.
Ringwald even penned a piece for New Yorker, revisiting this iconic movie in the age of the #MeToo movement.
"What’s more, as I can see now, Bender sexually harasses Claire throughout the film," she wrote.