Movies with terrible moral lessons

'Dirty Dancing' (1987) -
What's wrong with a teen losing her virginity to her dance teacher right after his friend has an abortion, right?

'Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory' (1971) - Accepting candy from strangers is totally fine, and so is slave labor, apparently.

'Twilight' (2008) -
Someone sneaking into your room to watch you sleep is okay, as long as he's a vampire who can't resist the smell of your blood.

'Forrest Gump' (1994) -
To begin with, never question anything or anyone. Trust everyone, and if things go bad, just run away from your problems. Easy, right?

'Juno' (2007) -
Teenage pregnancy is no big deal, and actually kind of sweet and quirky. Life just goes on as normal.

'A Christmas Story' (1983) -
If you really want a present, no matter how dangerous it is and how many times your parents have said no, you just have to be very persistent and eventually you'll get it.

'Fifty Shades of Grey' (2015) -
Emotional and physical abuse is sexy, as long as the guy is rich and attractive. Would Anastasia put up with Christian Grey if he was an unattractive deadbeat loser?

'Fatal Attraction' (1987) -
The good part: cheating is bad. The bad part: don't get involved with a career woman, she's probably a psycho.

'The Little Mermaid' (1989) -
Give up your voice so that you can get the man you desire. 

'500 Days of Summer' (2009) -
Obsessing over a girl who keeps friendzoning you over and over again is fine.

'The Notebook' (2004) -
Rom-coms can sometimes be pretty twisted. Putting your life in danger (hanging from a Ferris wheel) to ask a girl out on a date is not okay.

'Cinderella' (1950) -
Stepmothers are evil and stepchildren will never be accepted as biological children are.

'Frozen' (2013) -
Hiding your true self and running away from your problems is okay. Oh, and make sure you trust every stranger that you encounter on your path while doing so.

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