Molly Ringwald says she has “not found strength” to show her beloved 80’s movie to her “awakened” 12-year-old daughter

Molly Ringwald Breakfast Club

Molly Ringwald in 2019, left, scene from “The Breakfast Club” in 1985. Jason Mendes / Universal Pictures / Getty Images

  • Molly Ringwald said he was hesitant to share his beloved 80’s movies with young children.

  • The actor said her “awakened” 12-year-old daughter might consider them “problematic” or problematic.

  • “I don’t know how to get it done,” she told Andy Cohen at SiriusXM.

Molly Ringwald has appeared in some of the most iconic teen dramas to date, but is worried that her children may find them “in trouble.”

The actor is best known in John Hughes’ trio film. “Sixteen Candles” in 1984, “The Breakfast Club” in 1985, and “Pretty in Pink” in 1986.

Now three mothers, Ringwald told Andy Cohen at SiriusXM “I haven’t found strength,” she said, sharing her famous role with her two youngest twins. Roman and Adele..

“My 12-year-old daughter, Adele, is the most awakened individual you’ve ever met,” Ringwald said. “I don’t know how to get it done, you know, look at it with her, [her] Saying, “How can I do that? How can you be part of that?”

Ringwald said that these films, which she currently considers homosexual aversion, have “elements”, but their moral values ​​are also “complex.”

“On the other hand, they’re also talking about people who feel like outsiders, so they’re talking to a lot of people,” she said. “I feel like it makes the movie really great.”

Molly Ringwald's daughter Adele

Molly Ringwald and her second daughter Adele at the 2019 event. Arturo Homes / Getty Images

“That’s also what I wanted to record-an element I find annoying and want to change for the future-but that doesn’t mean I want them to be erased,” she continued. “I’m proud of those films and have a lot of love for them.”

Ringwald had previously watched “The Breakfast Club” with his eldest daughter, Matilda, who was 10 at the time and 17 years old.She wrote about a “surreal” experience in Essay for New Yorkers, It also acknowledged that the film could be considered sexist or problematic in the midst of the #MeToo movement.

“It was such an emotional experience that I couldn’t find its strength to see it with my two other kids,” Ringwald told Cohen.

Last month she described her experience at Matilda as “drainage.” Interview with Newsweek..

But she also said that Roman and Adele “keep asking” to watch the movie.

“I think I really need to do that, otherwise I’ll miss my window,” Ringwald said.

The next day she I posted a photo on Instagram Adele saw “Pretty in Pink” and wrote in the caption, “For the first time, she’s #teamduckie.”

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