Throwing Back With R-Rated Films Starring Underage Actors
Remember the days you bought a ticket for a PG-13 movie only to sneak into the rated R movie down the hall? It was such a thrill, getting away with something so dangerous and potentially damaging to your young and undeveloped brain. There is also a common situation where one set of parents allows their seventh grade son and all of his buddies to watch American Pie.
Were you the kid who had to leave because you felt guilty watching and told your Mom what was really going on? That very well may be more damaging than the amount of cursing and nudity in American Pie – it’s a toss up.
The best part about TBT is that we get to reflect upon our pasts and perhaps see things we either:
A) Never saw before
B) Saw differently
C) Never want to think about again, but you can thank whoever made up TBT, for the refresher.
Some of the favorite actors that you love, love to hate, wish you were, etc. were actually participants in the scandalous films you and your friends so casually slipped into. Side note: the staff at the movie theatre saw you run from the bathroom to “The Blair Witch Project” – they just didn’t care. Duh duh dum…
Here are some Ridiculous-Rated disaster movies that were debatably worth your CIA mission to get the pleasure of seeing. Throwback Thursday strikes again, might as well tend to its motives and use your social media engines to post things other than your high school days, when you killed it as the popular kid.
#TBT #captain #bballkids #roughriders #missthiscrew @Idontknowthesekidsanymore #butilookgood
Jonah Hill in “I Heart Huckabees”
Eddie Murphy in “48 Hours”
Luke & Owen Wilson in “Body Rocket”
Johnny Depp in “A Nightmare on Elm Street”
Jessica Alba in “Idle Hands”
Scarlett Johansson in “Just Cause”
Halle Berry in “Jungle Fever”
Amy Poehler and Bradley Cooper in “Wet Hot American Summer”
Julia Roberts and Matt Damon in “Mystic Pizza”
Dakota Fanning in “Hide and Seek”
In conclusion, the essential outcome for all these stars is that they somehow survived one of the first controversial roles of their careers. Unfortunately for Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Benson and Selena Gomez (who was lucky to have been written out halfway through), a severe case of judgmental havoc has been unleashed via everybody in the world for their recent movie, “Spring Breakers.”
Say it with me guys… Spranggg break….Spranggg break…Spranggg break.