9 women share the problematic rom-com they’ll never stop watching.

There’s nothing quite like curling up on the couch and watching a good rom-com. It’s like getting a big hug from the telly.

But as we all know Hollywood is not without its faults and for some of our fave romantic comedies, they have not, er, aged well. It’s safe to say that while we have progressed as a society, some of the movies that once offered us great comfort are now stuck in the zeitgeist of some kinda problematic thinking from the time they were released.

But alas, we all have our dirty little secrets and we admit that there are a few films that we can’t help but keep watching despite this. In light of the announcement that a new Bridget Jones’ Diary movie was in the works, hosts of The Spill Laura Brodnik and Charlie Begg opened up about a bunch of rom-coms that haven’t aged well… but we still love to watch anyway.

She’s All That (1999)

Rachel Leigh Cook and Freddie Prinze Jr. in She’s All That. Image: Miramax.