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Not all movies were made to stand the test of time, and we're not just talking about those that can't afford to copy-paste Christopher Plummer over every star who's been outed as a sexual predator. A shocking amount of beloved films aren't able to hold up to modern Breakfast club upskirt viewings, starting with Uh, the ones from our article. But continuing with Despite the woefully inaccurate action figure lineDemolition Man was a damn fun movie back in the day. Sylvester Stallone and Wesley Snipes starred in a sci-fi action movie -- not a cyberpunk romance between two star-crossed tough guys, as the poster might have you believe.

Warner Bros. Pictures "The future isn't big enough Watching it now, though, Demolition Man is remarkably off in its predictions about the future, with a central message that offers essentially the opposite of what we need in this, the actual future. The whole thing plays out like a paranoid right-wing fantasy, beginning with the prophecy that the sin-filled hellhole known as Hollywood will be engulfed in flames by Pictures That's why we call it "Hlwod" now.

All the other letters burned down. We're supposed to admire Stallone's character because he's a cop who doesn't care about rules. But he, like, really doesn't care about rules, to a dangerous degree. To arrest a lone Wesley Snipes, he destroys an entire building. Pictures "Now the neighborhood can sleep in peace Both Snipes and Stallone get thrown in cryosleep as punishment. When Snipes escapes in the future, they defrost Stallone to track him down.

Stallone is then horrified to find that the future has been taken over by the most nefarious threat you could possibly imagine: PC Breakfast club upskirt. Yup, Stallone can't swear or eat red meat, and most jarringly, this movie proposes that one of the problems with future America is that there aren't enough guns around. Even the cops don't carry guns, because they were outlawed after the "urban wars" of the 20th century.

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Of course, Stallone's character doesn't learn a lesson or change. Instead, his role is to change the minds of the people living in this Utopian future. This is especially troubling because this movie came out a mere two years after Rodney King was beaten by police, and one year after the riots that resulted from the cops' acquittal.

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Someone saw all that and thought, "Hmmm, cops should be more violent. The movie ends with Stallone teaching the PC police that it's good to have guns and demolish the occasional building. The moral here is that cops shouldn't have to follow the rules, or be held able, or make sure they have consent before macking on co-workers. Demolition Man also predicts that all restaurants in the future will be Taco Bells, and toilet paper will be abolished -- so hell on Earth.

Before Marvel movies dominated the box office back when Robert Downey Jr. Take Crocodile Dundeethe surprise hit of It was the second-highest-grossing movie that yearhandily clobbering classics like Stand By Me and Alienspresumably because s audiences thought it was about a Godzilla-sized Aussie with the power to bend skyscrapers. The movie is actually about a journalist who travels to Australia Breakfast club upskirt in the '80s, people in print media lived like kings to write a story about the rugged outdoorsman who survived a crocodile attack.

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When "Crocodile" Dundee takes the journalist, Sue, on a tour of the outback, she proves she's as tough as him by trekking out alone -- and he proves he's a big perv by creeping on her from behind some bushes.

Paramount Pictures. Paramount Pictures He's waiting for her to realize that that's his pooping spot. Croc journeys back to New York City with Sue, where he has a hard time adjusting to city life.

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Yes, somehow, watching a guy learn what escalators and Breakfast club upskirt are made hundreds of millions of dollars. But there's something even worse than a middle-aged guy puzzling Breakfast club upskirt how to spritz his butthole. While out drinking at a bar, Crocodile Dundee is chatting up a "Sheila" when his new drinking buddy points out it's really "a guy" Paramount Pictures "What's a 'guy'? Oh, you mean a Bruce. Obviously, it's not surprising that a movie from 30 years ago would lack sensitivity in its portrayal of trans people, but even so, the protagonist's reaction is cringey as hell.

Instead of using words or make any attempt to, you know, treat this character like a human being, Dundee decides to get to the bottom of things by grabbing her by the crotch. Paramount Pictures "Wait, that's also not a knife. She leaves, angry and humiliated, and bizarrely, the bar cheers for this oddly dressed stranger like his hate crime just won the Super Bowl.

Paramount Pictures The barman is the only one who looks suitably disgusted. Later in the movie, there's even a callback to this terrible scene. Crocodile Dundee attends a swanky dinner party where the hostess has a deep, masculine voice. So again a suspicious Dundee grabs her genitals, in what we now have to assume is some kind of ceremonial Australian greeting. Paramount Pictures "When you're some random guy from the outback, they just let you do it. The problem is there's never any comeuppance for these actions.

The wealthy hostess even acts turned on by it -- probably because the screenplay was co-written by "Crocodile Dundee" himself, Paul Hogan. Which also explains why most characters are either charmed by or want to bang Croc, despite the fact that he looks like mannequin made of old leather belts. Still, 's The Mummy doesn't really hold up today.

A throwback to an old-school Hollywood adventure story, The Mummy updates the special effects but forgets to update the blatant disregard for basically anyone who's not a white dude.

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When we first meet Brendan Fraser's character, the hero of the movie, he's in jail, and immediately forces himself on Rachel Weisz like Universal Pictures. Universal Pictures He forgot this isn't the movie where he plays a caveman. Universal Pictures Anyone who can pretend to look at Brendan Fraser with lust in their eyes deserves ten Oscars.

Throughout the entire movie, Fraser's character we're 90 percent sure his name was Handsome McMummy treats her like absolute crap, ostensibly for comedic effect. Keep in mind, there's no arc for Fraser wherein he learns not to do this, because acting like she's an object is rewarded at every turn. When their boat is attacked, he saves the day by hurling her into the water without so much as asking:.

Universal Pictures That's not what "women and children first" means. And despite the fact that she's an accomplished Egyptologist and Fraser is a dummy with a bunch of guns, he doesn't want her help tracking down the titular mummy. In fact, he's so against the one expert in the group coming along that he violently hauls her into the bedroom and locks her inside.

Universal Pictures "I know you'd prefer the kitchen, but it doesn't have a lock, sorry. It's not just women. Sorry, woman. There's really only Breakfast club upskirt. The Arab characters are exclusively comprised of offensive stereotypes.

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They're either greedy and bloodthirsty When the Mummy shows up, almost everybody with brown skin falls under his spell. Universal Pictures They're all huge Boris Karloff fans. So what do Fraser and the gang do? Keep in mind that these are all regular folks who are presently under a mind-controlling curse.

Breakfast club upskirt, Fraser decides to mow them all down with his goddamn car. Universal Pictures Sorry, his Set-damn car. Say what you will about the terrible Tom Cruise remakebut at least it didn't end with Tom hosing the blood and viscera of a bunch of innocent people off of his convertible. And what he wanted to do was remake King Kongout of hood love for the film and, you have to imagine, partly because he's friends with Andy Serkis, and pretending to be CGI apes is pretty much that guy's jam.

The movie retells the already-problematic story of the original -- a bunch of Westerners journeying into a scary dark island full of primitive natives. But, bafflingly, Jackson somehow makes his movie even more racist than the s version. Which, in a way, is impressive. The sequence in which they first encounter Skull Island's indigenous inhabitants is shot like a straight-up horror movie, with a little girl who inexplicably acts like a zombie. Universal Pictures To be fair, early s Jack Black does look rather appetizing.

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