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14 Popular Movies That Aged As Poorly As Unrefrigerated Milk

It seems some movies do have an expiration date.

We recently asked the members of the BuzzFeed Community to tell us what older, popular movies are actually very problematic. Here are their most eye-opening responses:

Note: Some submissions include topics of sexual assault.

1. She's All That (1999)

Laney's before and after her makeover and then kissing Zack at the end of the film

2. Peter Pan (1953)

Peter Pan wearing a War Bonnet and dancing with Native Americans who are depicted with red complexions

3. Love Actually (2003)

Annie referring to Natalie as "the chubby girl" while talking to the Prime Minister

4. Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1994)

Ace Kissing Lois, later realizing she is a trans woman, and immediately throwing up

5. Big Daddy (1999)

Sonny judging his roommate's fiancé for working at Hooters in the past

6. Sixteen Candles (1984)

Long Duk Dong saying "No more yanky my wanky, the donger need food"

7. Drop Dead Gorgeous (1999)

A woman referring to Hank by the r-word

8. I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry (2007)

Larry telling Chuck they need to make their trash gayer and Chuck suggesting they throw Larry's son in the garbage

9. Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)

Micky Rooneey as Mr. Yunioshi

10. Shallow Hal (2001)

Mauricio seeing Rosemary for the first time and referring to her as a rhino

11. Ghostbusters (1984)

Pete ignoring Dana's rejection of him and vowing to pursue her

12. Never Been Kissed (1999)

Sam saying to Josie that when she's his age, guys will be lining around the block for her; after she says he's only saying that because he's her teacher, he says that's why he shouldn't say it

13. Monty Python's Life of Brian (1979)

The three wise men and one of them with a face painted black

14. And Superbad (2007)

Seth making obscene, sexual gestures about Jules when she isn't looking

Note: Some responses have been edited for length and/or clarity.

What other popular movies haven't aged well? Let us know in the comments.