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5 Movies You Shouldn’t Watch With Your Partner

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It’s always fun to watch a movie with your significant other. Movies are not only entertaining, but you can learn more about each other’s interests. But there are some movies you should never watch with your partner, including these five. They could lead to general awkwardness, arguments, and tension. Warning: This list contains spoilers.

“Magic Mike”

Couples should probably steer clear of watching Magic Mike together. Many enjoy watching Channing Tatum strip in the 2012 movie focusing on male strippers. But their significant other might end up feeling jealous, especially when they notice just how much their partner is enjoying several of the movie’s scenes.

“Revolutionary Road”

You would think a movie starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet would be harmless. While the 2008 film Revolutionary Road is a beautiful story of a “perfect” couple, the Wheelers, their love story derails. Watching the movie with your partner might plant seeds of doubt and insecurity, even for the most promising couple.

“(500) Days Of Summer”

Couples always think they will be together forever. So, the last thing they want to watch together is a movie about a romance that ends badly. The 2009 romantic drama (500) Days of Summer starts out cheerful. The budding romance between Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Zooey Deschanel is adorable and perfect. But spoiler: They don’t end up together. This might be an unwelcome wake-up call for some couples.

“Gone Girl”

The 2014 mystery drama Gone Girl, starring Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike, is a movie that will leave partners questioning their trust. How much do you really know about your significant other? After all, the movie explores the idea that a husband could have killed his wife. Did he? The thriller is sure to leave a couple questioning their relationship.

“Kramer Vs. Kramer”

Right away, you should know by the title that the 1979 legal drama Kramer vs. Kramer isn’t a happy tale. The movie, starring Meryl Streep and Dustin Hoffman, focuses on a divorcing couple who battle over custody rights. The conflict is heart-wrenching for anyone to watch, but especially for a couple who might question their own future.

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