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AskReddit Thread: Movies People Would Delete From Reality

Someone on AskReddit got a thread going about the movies that people would wipe clean from reality. Many of us have struggled through those cinematic experiences that just didn't sit right. You know, the ones that you found yourself question how they were made in the first place? You might connect on a deeply painful level with these picks. 

People describe the movies that they would delete from reality | wretchedholiday 4h 4 Awards live action avatar last air bender Reply 10.0k
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"You're damaging an entire industry!"

A bit of a harrowing flashback to that time when Cory Feldman was in the middle of an ABC interview, admitting to rampant pedophilia in Hollywood, when Barbara Walters' unleashed one very creepy and inappropriate response to what Feldman was saying. 

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Celebrities Read Maniacally Mean Tweets About Themselves And It's Cringe Overload

You've gotta love the humility exemplified as a bunch of celebrities band together to read the kind of extreme ruthless, occasionally (alarmingly) accurate tweets that'd test most anyone's self-esteem. 

Celebrities read mean tweets about themselves and the results are plain ruthless.
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Just when it seemed like Shia LaBeouf might've been pulling it together a bit, and not drunkenly stumbling across headlines and news feeds with absurd public outbreaks of insanity...he goes and pulls this shit.

Obviously, we need a little bit more context here, before we go jumping to big 'ol conclusions. What was in the rageblinded, hotheaded actor's bloodstream? What's that whole bit about the Grey Goose bottle, and the bartender being a racist? Can't wait for this ridiculous story to unfold. 

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Sensing a trend in Hollywood is likely sensing that there's sand at the beach: it's not that hard.