Here’re Some Rom-Comedy Movie-Scenes That Simply Don’t Meet Today’s Movie Goals!
How many rom-comedy movies you know from 19’s, and do you agree with me on there are certain scenes which shouldn’t be in the film anymore? I mean, what about Horrible Bosses, where Julia harass Dale at work – I think it’s inappropriate for today’s generation (when people have already learned a bunch of crazy and different stuff). However, it’s no crime to watch rom-comedy movies, and trust me, the movie-scenes down below doesn’t mean that the particular film is corrupt! It’s like you want to close your eyes when a distinct scene comes up. That’s it (plus, that’s your choice).
Scroll down below to find some old rom-comedy movie-scenes that don’t meet today’s standards!
#. In the movie Clueless, Cher ends-up dating her stepbrother, Josh.
#. When Noah warned to kill himself when Allie initially refused him in The Notebook.
#. When Edward revealed, he hid into Bella’s bedroom every night to watch her sleep in Twilight. That’s lovely actually:
#. Everything Gerard Butler’s misogynistic character said in The Ugly Truth. It’s a universal truth btw:
#. When Lucy imagined to be a stranger’s fiancé only so she could see him in his coma in While You Were Sleeping.
#. The entire opening speech in the beginning of Hitch. I think that’s nonsense:
#. When Joe Fox lied to Kathleen Kelly about his true identity in You’ve Got Mail.
#. When Zack assumed to love Laney only so he’d win a bet on his friends in She’s All That.