Most of us have at least one terribly embarrassing memory of watching something inappropriate with our parents or kids. We know you've all been through it -- gone to see a film you thought would be a crowd-pleaser only to realize it's cringe-inducing -- at least while sitting next to the parental units or offspring. Here are some true stories about unbearably embarrassing movie moments, starting with my own confession.
Coming Home
In Theaters on November 9th, 2001

A Marine's (Bruce Dern) wife (Jane Fonda) loves a Vietnam vet (Jon Voight) in a wheelchair. Read More

Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby
Based on 33 critics

Jealousy inflames a NASCAR driver (Will Ferrell) when a French rival arrives on the scene. Read More

Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story
Based on 32 critics

A musician (John C. Reilly) struggles with addiction and an overactive libido on the road to fame. Read More

Look Who's Talking
Based on 15 critics

An unwed accountant (Kirstie Alley) seeks a father for her baby. Read More

Based on 38 critics

A teen (Aaron Johnson) reinvents himself as a superhero, despite his lack of actual powers. Read More

The Man Who Knew Too Little
In Theaters on November 14th, 1997

An unwitting American (Bill Murray) is mistaken for a spy in London. Read More

Risky Business
Based on 8 critics

A hooker (Rebecca De Mornay) helps turn a teen's (Tom Cruise) home into a brothel. Read More

Basic Instinct
Based on 28 critics

An erotic writer (Sharon Stone) lures a detective (Michael Douglas) who hunts an ice-pick killer. Read More