The Breakfast Club star Molly Ringwald has admitted that she doesn't want to watch her classic films with her "woke" daughter who would judge them by today's standards.
Ringwald, 53, is also known for her starring roles in Pretty in Pink and Sixteen Candles, which she has said are problematic for some of their content, and has now revealed she would be uncomfortable watching them with her 12-year-old twins Adele and Roman.
She told SiriusXM's Radio Andy: "It definitely is a different time. People ask me if I’ve watched them with my kids, and I did watch the first one — which was the impetus to write that article — with (elder daughter) Mathilda.
"And it was such an emotional experience that I haven’t found that strength to watch it with my two other kids."
She added: "My 12-year-old daughter Adele is the most woke individual that you’ve ever met, and I just don’t know how I’m going to go through that, you know, watching it with her and her saying, 'How could you do that? How could you be part of something that…'"
In it, she questioned the sexually explicit content he wrote for his young characters and slammed a scene in Sixteen Candles where one young female character was traded for sex with another character by her boyfriend for some underwear belonging to another girl.
She wrote about the uncomfortable experience of having watched The Breakfast Club with her eldest daughter, having to try to explain some of the scenes to her, and the lines that her own mother had argued should be cut from some of Hughes' work.
Watch: Molly Ringwald looks back on her iconic movie roles