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    16 Times Men In Rom-Coms Were Literally The Worst People In The World

    Don't EVEN get me started on Daniel Cleaver from Bridget Jones's Diary.

    We asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell us the worst leading men in rom-com history. Here are the interesting results.

    1. Noah Calhoun in The Notebook, when he forced Allie to stay with him by using harsh words and threatening his own life.

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    2. Alex Hitchens in Hitch, when he was pretty manipulative with his ridiculous love theories.

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    3. Peter Kavinsky in To All the Boys I've Loved Before, when he constantly hung out with his ex-girlfriend.

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    4. Mike in The Ugly Truth, when he tried to pass off as an honest guy, but he was really a sexist jerk.

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    5. Daniel Cleaver in Bridget Jones's Diary, when he made fun of Bridget's underwear and various body parts.

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    6. Nate in The Devil Wears Prada, when he was an awful boyfriend and judged Andy's career choice throughout the whole movie.

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    7. Marcus in Always Be My Maybe, when he took his own insecurities out on Sasha.

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    8. Jake Ryan in Sixteen Candles, when he treated his girlfriend like sh*t.

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    9. Joe Fox in You've Got Mail, when he tortured and manipulated Kathleen Kelly with his rude personality.

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    10. Michael in My Best Friend's Wedding, when he led Julianne on and then was surprised when she confessed her love for him.

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    11. Nick Young in Crazy Rich Asians, when he gave Rachel ZERO warning about his extremely rich and tough-ass family.

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    12. Sam Coulson in Never Been Kissed, when he hit on Josie before he knew her real age.

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    13. Blane in Pretty in Pink, when he didn't respect Andie's boundaries at all.

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    14. And his best friend, Steff, when he treated Andie just as harshly.

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    15. Harry Burns in When Harry Met Sally..., when he constantly mansplained women to Sally.

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    16. And Tom in 500 Days of Summer, when he set ridiculously high standards for Summer and went bananas when they broke up.

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