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    People Are Pointing Out Movies With A Terrible Moral Of The Story, And You Know What? They're Right

    "I hate the lesson, which is that you're a bad parent if you enjoy your own hobbies that don't involve your children."

    Warning: This post contains mentions of abuse.

    We've all been there. You finish a movie, and you're left thinking, "Huh. That's a really weird thing to promote in a film."

    Well, Reddit user u/sakurachan999 recently asked, "What's a movie that teaches a really bad lesson?"

    And there were so many excellent responses! Here are some of the top-voted answers:

    1. The Twilight Saga

    2. Limitless

    Bradley Cooper as Eddie looking serious

    3. Jackass

    Cast of Jackass in a giant shopping cart in an explosion

    4. Grease

    Sandy and Danny smiling

    5. Christmas with the Kranks

    Nora and Luther hugging and grinning

    6. Justice League

    Superheroes standing together

    7. Father of the Bride

    Steve Martin as George, walking Annie down the aisle

    8. The Fifty Shades of Grey movies

    Ana and Christian looking into each other's eyes

    9. Raya and the Last Dragon

    Raya and Namaari with their swords against each other

    10. Love Story

    Jenny and Oliver about to kiss

    11. Sierra Burgess Is a Loser

    12. Mrs. Doubtfire

    Mrs. Doubtfire dressed as a woman

    13. Passengers

    Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence's faces

    14. The Lego Movie

    Will Ferrell as the dad, looking at a lego

    15. Disturbia

    Shia LaBeouf looking out of binoculars

    16. The Karate Kid

    Danny and Mr. Miagi standing together

    17. The Intern

    Anne Hathaway as Jules, smiling

    18. And finally, The Notebook

    Noah and Allie hugging and about to kiss in the rain

    Which movie do you believe had a bad lesson? LMK in the comments below!

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