Forget about Miley, Britney and Paris: the real bad influence on our daughters--these five flicks.
Top 5 Worst Movies for Girls
Sandy starts out a sweet, innocent virgin until the Pink Ladies teach her to dress and act like a cheap harlot. With cigarette dangling out of her mouth, sporting skin-tight leather pants, she finally wins Danny Zukow's heart and, as they fly away in their car to the strains of "We go together like rama lama lama ka ding-a da ding-de dong," one can only think that within a week Sandy's gonna get knocked up, contract a venereal disease...or both.
There is no detectable reason why Cinderella is in love with the prince--they spend almost zero screen time together. She'd make a better match for that fat little mouse, Octavius, than the dull-as-paint prince. Unless Cinderella is just looking for a meal ticket, it's sad to think a young girl with such an affinity for animals doesn't end up studying to be a veterinarian.
Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants
One of the main characters (a teen) completely throws herself at the cute boy and then has random sex on the beach. Problem. Should've been called Sisterhood of the Traveling Underage Sexploits
The Little Mermaid
Ariel falls in love with a guy because she thinks he's hot. Then, he falls for her when she doesn't even have a voice! In the end, she changes herself (from a mermaid to a human) just to be with him. A beautiful, mute mermaid gallivanting around in a seashell bra might be every man's fantasy, but for little girls, it sends a fishy message.
Yes, Clueless is based on the classic Jane Austin book Emma, but there are major differences. Emma wasn't an idiot and Cher well, she's got good fashion sense, but not much else. And what's up with her ending up dating her stepbrother? Creepy.