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What's Buzzworthy? Embarrassing Movies to Watch With Parents

What's Buzzworthy? Embarrassing Movies to Watch With Parents

Here at the Sugar offices, we recently got to talking about what movies we could watch with our moms for Mother's Day, which inevitably led to a discussion about which movies not to watch with our moms. Someone warned against Because I Said So, which seems like an easy-breezy fun chick flick, but features an uncomfortable scene in which Mandy Moore's character explains to her mother (Diane Keaton) exactly what an orgasm is like.


Another suggestion was The 40-Year-Old Virgin, which Molly made the mistake of sitting down to watch with her future in-laws at their home on Christmas Eve. Also — though it's not a movie, per se — I can advise from experience to avoid Robin Williams' Live On Broadway stand-up special — unless your folks are prone to falling asleep before the end of things. That last drawn-out joke about oral sex is brutal.

Now, fess up: Which movies have you blushed and cringed through in the presence of your mom, dad, grandparents, in-laws, etc.? Using BuzzSugar's cool Buzzworthy bookmarking tool, just find the movies on the Web, bookmark them as Buzzworthy, and tag your choices with the phrase embarrassing movies. (Don't forget: "embarrassing" has two R's!) Then, I'll post some readers' favorites next week.

To find out how to create a Buzzworthy bookmark, read more
Don't worry: TeamSugar makes it easy to bookmark and capture anything on the Web that you consider "Buzzworthy." If you already have a "That's Fab" button on your browser's tool bar, you can use that to bookmark your Buzzworthy items. If you don't have the TeamSugar bookmarking button on your toolbar, you can learn how to get it by watching this video.

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