Li'l Robbie: They also apparently haven't forgiven Speed Racer (the live-action film, not the cartoon), nor havethey excused Jackie Chan, William Hung, any remake of "Godzilla", Toyota Camrys manufacturedin Kentucky, and the diner owner on "2 Broke Girls".
rickythepenguin: either way she was raped. in the second scenario she was probably scared or shamed. she wakes up not knowing where she was or who Geek was. she was probably fearful.
Mr. Cat Poop: And we all know Planes Trains and Automobiles was a completely realistic view of holiday travel. All Hughes movies were an over the top, unrealistic view of life. That's what makes them great.
No Such Agency: ["popular opinion penguin", as they say on Another Site]:Sixteen Candles is utter crap. Every good filmmaker has a few dogs* and it is definitely John Hughes'. Racist and sexist even for its time, and generally not very funny. It's hard to believe it's by the guy who made Harry Dean Stanton warm & fuzzy in "Pretty in Pink".* except Kevin Smith, who made one good movie and has then jerked off into our faces for a few decades.
Lackofname: I may not be remembering this right, but didn't that movie basically end in date rape? The girl was drunk and had sex, didn't really remember it, but was SO HAPPY about it?
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