10 Big Movies People Voted to Entirely Remove From History

If you could delete one movie from history, what would it be? The obvious answer would be the movie you hate the most (right now, I'm thinking Closer — it's sad what they did with such a fantastic cast).

However, this is a one-chance offer. A movie can be mind-blowing; still, it can have adverse impacts, moving the industry in the wrong direction or inspiring the world negatively. So, think again, what would it be?

As far as movie enthusiasts are concerned, they should erase these 10 films from history.

The Birth of a Nation is an American controversial Civil War epic film. One person says it might be the worst movie ever, impact-wise because it got the KKK reformed.

Birth of a Nation (1915)

When it comes to Iron Man, one movie lover says, “I love the movie but I really wonder what the cinematic landscape would be today if the MCU had never happened.”

Iron Man (2008)

According to a fan, this 1975 classic by Steven Spielberg may have had a negative impact on aquatic life. But in the aftermath of Jaws, even the directors wonder whether this was the right story.

Jaws (1975)

One writes the film is “part of the propaganda machine that demonized a naturally growing plant and set cannabis research and acceptance back by over half a century.”

Reefer Madness (1936)

“It provided a generation of young women with bizarre, unrealistic, and downright dangerous expectations of love and romantic relationships.”

The Notebook (2004)

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