Subscriber Account active since. A lot of movies about teenagers tend to delve into the darker side of being a teen. And although some of these portrayals are met with positive reactions, some are surrounded by a bit of controversy or mixed responses from viewers and critics alike. From "Heathers" to "Kids," here are nine of the darkest or most controversial teen movies that have been released in the past few decades. Editor's note: This post deals with topics like sexual assault and violence that could be disturbing to some readers.
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Sign In. Kids Hide Spoilers. Disturbing, even all these years later. Taking us back in time to some all too relatable scenarios, fears and peer pressures, catapulting in the ultimate horror story, Kids was real life for too many. This movie stays with you long after the credits roll, so be prepared to think it over. A lot.
9 of the darkest and most controversial teen movies ever made
By Jaime Weinman September 29, Now the same clips are back in extended versions. Though set in Minnesota, the film was mostly shot in Quebec in , with a theatrical release planned.
LOS GATOS, CA — As the number of Netflix customers outraged by the release of the French film, 'Cuties' continues to grow to more , who have signed an online petition for customers to cancel their subscriptions on Thursday, the Los Gatos-based streaming service company has become the target of angry subscribers who are referring to the offering many as child pornography. On Thursday, the hashtag BoycottNetflix is trending nationally on Twitter in response to the release of the film, which critics say objectifies children. The film, which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year and debuted on Netflix Wednesday, is currently described on the streaming service as the story of an year-old girl who starts to rebel against her family's conservative traditions by becoming fascinated by a "free-spirited" dance crew. Netflix originally used the word "twerking" rather than "free-spirited" in its original description and said that the main character, Amy, begins to explore her femininity.