Love Actually child star Lulu Popplewell has slammed the movie, 17 years after its debut.
Lulu was 12-years-old when she played Emma Thompson's daughter in the 2003 rom-com, and also starred alongside Hugh Grant.
Lulu, 29, a writer and stand-up comedian, has branded the film, which followed eight London couples, as "s***".
The comic, who dressed up as a lobster in the school nativity play in the film, which was directed by Richard Curtis, also described the movie as "cheesy and sexist".
Speaking on the Almost Famous podcast, she said: "I don't regret it at all. Look, softly be it spoken I think it's a s*** film.
"I think it's aged badly. All the women in it are sort of passive objects. I think that there was an article describing them as passive objects to be acquired.
"On re-watching it's not great. You also have to remember that [Richard Curtis] was writing in the context of the time.
"I mean, I don't know how he excuses more recent work. But it was in 2003 or whenever it was out.
"But it is also not for me because I don't like cheese. I'm glad people like it."
Lulu also reminisced about meeting superstar Hugh Grant.
She said: "I remember meeting Hugh Grant as well, 'cause Richard introduced me to him.
"And he said, 'Oh god do I have to speak to her? I hate children'. Non-ironically. Which I thought was really funny."
Lulu also told how she wasn't allowed to watch the film when it was released because she was too young.
She added: "I wasn't even allowed to watch it when it came out because it was a 15 – there's nipples and everything."
In December 2019 Prime Minister Boris Johnson admitted he had never watched Love Actually after appearing in a campaign video inspired by the film.
Asked by Talk Radio host Julia Hartley-Brewer whether he'd actually watched the film, the PM said: "I've not seen all of it from beginning to end because I'm so busy, but I, I'm familiar with the basic concept and the fantastic work done by Hugh Grant."