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They say “all you need is love.” They also say “age ain’t nothin’ but a number.” But every so often when you’re watching a movie, you see a mismatched couple — or lovestruck criminal — taking things too far. Here are some of the most uncomfortable age gaps in movies…

That’s My Boy | 0:15
Big | 0:51
American Beauty | 1:42
Leon: The Professional | 2:25
The Diary of a Teenage Girl | 3:10
Harold and Maude | 4:02
Manhattan | 4:46
Lolita | 5:39

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  1. Was Angela actually "a child" in American Beauty, as the narrator says? The actress playing her was 20 at the time. I'm not sure how old exactly her character was supposed to be in the film, but she could have been over the age of consent.

  2. Anakin and Padme is also pretty gross. Anakin is clearly like 10 when Padme is 18-20. Also, the new Aladdin movie has a 10,000+ year old genie falling in love with and marrying a teenage handmaiden.

  3. Really in this day and age, when you can have sex with someone of your own gender, why are we so uptight about age differences? Love is hard to find, let them have it.

  4. I'm surprised OLD BOY wasn't on this list. Not Spike Lee's version but the original. I'm still trying to get over the sick twist at the end of it. Very very unusual movie.

  5. I watched Lolita with my parents (not really part of this but that was awkward considering my stepdad 😔) anyways I’m in 7th grade and tbh a lot of girls are always trying to suduce older men it’s not always the older men’s fault but it is there fault that they don’t know how to say no

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