Here are the 5 most inappropriate PG movies of all time.
SIXTEEN CANDLES (1984)
While Sixteen Candles is a classic movie, it definitely doesn’t belong in the PG category. But since it came out two months before the PG-13 rating was implemented, we can understand why it wasn’t a full R rating. But in the first 1/2 of the movie alone there is a full closeup of Caroline Mulford’s (Haviland Morris) breasts, as well as side nudity showing her butt. There’s also some rather crude language and racy situations contained within the movie, including a boy betting he can have sex with a girl and asking her for her undies. There are allusions to drunken romps as well (although they’re not actually shown). That’s not all, though, there’s plenty more adolescent sexual content in Sixteen Candles, including notes being passed around class talking about sex, two teens sexually riding a bicycle (although they’re fully clothed), and some swearing. But probably most offensive nowadays would be the scenes of teens partying and drinking alcohol.
WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT (1988)
Who Framed Roger Rabbit is an undeniably great movie, but we’re not so sure that it’s appropriate for young audiences. There is some questionable language in the movie, including quotes like “The problem is I got a fifty-year-old lust and a three-year-old dinky,” and use of the word “sugar-daddy.” There’s also Eddie’s alcoholism, where he’s frequently shown taking a swig from a bourbon bottle. How about a baby smoking a cigar? Does that offend anyone? There’s also a quite disturbing scene with Judge Doom (Christopher Lloyd) melting. Some of the movie’s content is also considered misogynist, including use of terms like “dumb broad,” and let’s not forget about Jessica Rabbit’s overused cleavage.