Favorite films of the past that controversial today

'Braveheart': The film was first met with critical acclaim and box-office success.

'Ace Ventura: Pet Detective': The comedy that launched Jim Carrey's career has since been called hugely offensive and homophobic.

'Avatar': Although it was a hit upon its initial release, 'Avatar' has since lost its 3D awe-inspiring feeling and has been criticized for its "white savior" complex.

'Breakfast at Tiffany's: Though it remains an Audrey Hepburn classic, there is one major flaw in the 1961 film: Mr. Yunioshi, a very racist depiction of an Asian man.

'Revenge of the Nerds': Many admired this film for helping nerds feel "seen" in Hollywood, but the sexual-assault-by-deception plot line, the racist Asian stereotype.

'Goldfinger': Cary Fukunaga, the director of the most recent Bond film, 'No Time to Die,'.

'Sixteen Candles': While this John Hughes film was huge for both Molly Ringwald and the '80s, it’s now widely criticized.

'She's All That': If you look past the nostalgia, this '90s classic is about a guy (Freddie Prinze Jr.) who makes a bet that he can transform an “unattractive” girl.

'She's All That': Rachael Leigh Cook and her nine-year-old daughter watched her 1999 rom-com 'She's All That'—to mixed results.

'The Breakfast Club': lly Ringwald also penned an article  about the toxic relationship between her and Judd Nelson’s characters.

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