’90s Movie Moments That Would Horrify Gen Z Today
In American Pie, when Jim secretly films Nadia getting undressed (without her knowledge) and he and his friends watch:
In Big Daddy, when Sonny continuously mocks Corinne for having worked at Hooters to pay for medical school…and the joke’s on Corinne, and not Sonny for being such an asshole:
I can’t find the above scene on YouTube, but there are a number of jokes throughout the movie, which you can watch on Hulu.
In Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, when Ace realizes that Einhorn is actually Ray:
Similarly, in Naked Gun 33+1⁄3: The Final Insult, when Tanya (played by Anna Nicole Smith) is revealed to have a penis while she’s seducing Frank, causing him to throw up:
And also in Trainspotting, when the woman Francis is hooking up with is revealed to have a penis.
Literally SO many racist jokes in Rush Hour (including, which I won’t screencap, Lee using the n-word):
Allll of the fatphobia in The Nutty Professor, but I’ll just point out when he first becomes thin and celebrates:
All the casual fatphobia in Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion:
I can’t find the scene, but you can buy or rent the movie on YouTube.
Especially when it came to Romy having been “fat” in high school:
In The First Wives Club, when the characters kept making jokes about weight and eating disorders:
In Pleasantville, when Jennifer seduces Skip, who doesn’t know what sex is:
The scene is age-restricted so I can’t embed it, but you can watch it via this link!
In Clerks, when Caitlin has “sex” with a corpse, thinking it’s Dante:
In National Lampoon’s Senior Trip, when the kids spike Miss Milford’s chocolate and she sleeps with Principal Moss, then sues him for sexual harassment for going along with it, which is all played for laughs:
I can’t find the specific scene online, but you can watch the whole film here.
Also in National Lampoon’s Senior Trip, when Miosky repeatedly fetishizes Japanese women and also confuses them with Chinese women:
All the horrible stalking in There’s Something About Mary, but especially from Ted, since he ends up with her:
Every scene with Fat Bastard in Austin Powers:
In The Wedding Singer, when a performer with a high voice and a look that isn’t traditionally masculine sings, and it’s played for laughs as everyone watches with disgust:
And finally, just…everything about Cher getting with her stepbrother in Clueless:
What other ’90s movie scenes do NOT hold up today? Let us know in the comments!
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