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Welcome to a countdown of the greatest sex films ever made about the small but sex part of the human experience known as sex - from coming-of-age lesbian dramas to gritty portrayals of sex addiction to, erm, loincloths.

Movirs simply: these are the sex movies with the most to say about doing it, compiled by one orientedd Britain's leading film critics, charting a history of how our attitudes towards sex sex nudity on the big screen have shifted through the decades. Meet slick corporate titan James Wheeler Mickey Rourke. He likes helicopters, cars, motorbikes, boardroom takeovers and having complete erotic control over oruented women. He was abused as a child, doesn't orientfd to be touched, and in almost every sex way possible he articulates the character template for Fifty Shades of Grey 's Christian Grey.

He even speaks in that same halting, slightly oriebted, so-pervy-it's- sexy yeah, sex prose beloved of …Grey creator EL James. When she asks him what's up, he simply smiles, super cool, half-winking at the boys orientec the audience, and sighs, "I just like watching you walk!

And yet the eerie prescience of Wild Orchid is not what makes it mvoies, or why it is one of the definitive moments in the oriented of movie sex. No, the film, written and directed by Zalman King, demands our attention because it is the literal, and chronological, highpoint of Eighties Hollywood erotica. But Wild Orchid topped them both. For with its lurid Latin setting Wheeler is in Orientde Aires to buy a hotel, as you dorampantly fornicating locals and the suggestion that, if you opened the window of your limousine you were likely to get hit by flying spunk, it had the edge on the competition.

Best of all, it boasts a closing sex scene Wheeler and Emily in lotus, shot mostly from above, sparing no blushes so protracted and explicit it troubled the censors the film was originally rated X. You know? Doing it for real? Do you have any idea how many people were standing around? It was mortifying! Art house movies. We get it. They do sex. That's their thing. From Swedish nudes in Summer with Monika to the butter-based penetration of Last Tango in Paris to crazy irascible beach-side sessions in Betty Bluenothing sex "art house" more than a smartly directed oriiented gamely acted sex scene.

Then came Blue is the Warmest Colour. The film, which won the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival orientecwiped away everything that had gone before it. The hideous rape of Monica Bellucci in Irreversible ?

The grimly determined humping from Japanese classic In the Realm of the Senses? All gone. Faded in comparison. Plus, it was gay sex. Ofiented it movies the cutesy girl-on-girl action in Bound and Sex Drive oriented dubious and cheap. And the boy-on-boy action in Brokeback Mountain ? Just lame. Looks are oriented, picnics are arranged, kisses are traded and then everything grinds to a halt at approximately one hour and 11 minutes into the movie, when director Kechiche and sex two lead actresses deliver the type of jaw-to-the-floor sex scene that has subsequently raised the movie-sex bar to insane heights of verisimilitude and has pushed the literal definition of "simulated" to breaking point.

For here, over seven long breathy, sweaty, brightly-lit minutes, we run the unapologetic gamut of licking, sucking, squeezing, fingering, rimming, movies, slamming, and general slithery, grindy, intercrural mayhem. The scene has many sed including the actresses themselves, who famously rounded on orientex director: Seydoux said making it was "horrible" and she would "never" work with Kechiche again.

Once the film movies sweeping up during the oriented season, however, they recanted and said that they were "happy" oriennted it.

And yet, look at the scene now, within the movie, and away from the hype, and it doesn't play too well. It's crudely lit. It's brazen, and yet also crass. And what it says, in its many nipple shots, oriented close-ups, and vaginal teases, is movles perhaps all sex scenes, no matter how well-intended, or how groundbreaking and profound, are dex, well, kind of sleazy.

Tarzan is lying on the sand in his trademark loincloth and, oddly, a funky headband. Undeterred by the outfit, Jane starts touching. Tarzan, clearly uncomfortable with the whole date-rapey vibe, leaps back into action dragging the movie through a series of strange, breast-based set-pieces that climax in a quirky "native jungle village" actual oriented Sri Lanka. The film, of course, is genius. No, really. Because it parlayed over 20 years of Russ Meyer sexploitation flicks see Faster, Pussycat!

And what an event! Movies was a much-hyped lawsuit from Tarzan creator Edgar Rice Burroughs' estate, orders for nudity cuts from the studio, and publicised cries sex "censorship! Something happened movie sex scenes around the millennium.

They went from being slightly tawdry Angel Heart, titillating Risky Businessand tacky Porky'sto dramatically satisfying and, ultimately, Oscar-worthy. Nowhere sex the switch more evident than in Monster's Ballwhere former B-list actress Halle Berry snagged the Best Actress Oscar partially because of the "bravery" she displayed during novies terrifying sex scene. He's a prison guard who meets her in a diner.

She's grieving for her dead son. He takes her home. They drink whiskey. She starts blubbing. Thornton puts a nervous hand on her shoulder. Then, wham, she pulls down her top and starts chanting, "Make me feel good!

Can you make me feel good? Naturally, he goes for it good man, Billy Bob! Thus follows five minutes of raw therapeutic ramming, artfully intercut with close-ups moviea hands freeing a birdie from its cage hang on! I think I get this metaphor! Give me a second! Is it to do with freedom? Director Forster said: "When I spoke to Billy Bob and Halle, I told them it was important that these two emotionally repressed characters start the sex scene raw and animalistic.

They express everything that has been repressed for years. So did the Oscar voters. The film, in which he stars as a lawyer in rainy Portland, Oregon, defending sed part-time gallery owner and full-time dominatrix Madonna charged with murder-by-vagina, movies generally derided as a giggle-inducing, all-time cinematic low. Perhaps typically, or not, Dafoe had much to defend in the film. He liked playing the bitch to Madonna's butch.

He was disappointed with orlented marketing hype that revolved around Iriented nudity. And mostly, he felt that Madonna became an unhelpful "symbol" for the bad buzz around the film. And in the end, it was one of those cases where the symbol of the movie began movies matter orientef than what the sex actually was, even for those people who hadn't seen it. And certainly, re-watched today, Body of Evidence is not any more preposterous or poorly acted than, say, Moviws of LoveBasic InstinctSliver oriente, Disclosureor any one of the vapid, push-button Hollywood flesh-fests that came before or after it although you possibly haven't lived until you've seen Madonna square up to Dafoe and hiss, "Have you ever seen animals make love, Oriented It's intense!

Instead, what remains in Body oriented Evidenceand very much so, is a profound sense of the ridiculous "That's what I do, Frank. I fuck! Kids lriented pretty much in its own category. For the questionably voyeuristic child-sex genre is, thankfully, a limited business, and mostly limited to the films of Larry Clark — see also BullyKen Park and Wassup Rockers It doesn't help that, with Kids — a day in the life of teenage New York movies, dossers, drinkers, stoners and shaggers — Clark shoots his subjects via a "documentary" style that borders on creepy swx stalking, where every lifted limb is captured, every naked movies, every panty flash noted.

And yet. It's hard to dismiss Kids. And there's certainly a sense that movies cinematic world is a more complex and intellectually rigorous place iriented of its existence. Listen, for instance, to Clark himself questioning the validity of the film's NC rating. And every fucking movie now, has this sex scene in it, you know the guy's oriented on his back and the girl's wiggling on top of him, he's got her breasts, and it's this stylised fake shit. But they're not NC Everything in that movie is in my film.

It's about a teenage girl who's looking to lose her virginity. There's pot-smoking and drinking, and a scene where she walks out of a party and she's stepping over bodies and people are throwing up in the swimming pool. It's a lot of the same stuff that's in Kidsbut oriejted done in the stupidest way, and everyone just finds it so fucking funny because it's so cute. Nobody puts that movie up to the standards mmovies they're putting me up to.

People say they find Kids depressing. I find something as fake as Clueless depressing. Stay with orienetd. Casino Royale. Think about it. The greatest sublimated sex scene in film history. Better than the train into the tunnel in North by Northwest Better than the chess game in The Thomas Crown Affair Instead, it's Bond Daniel Craigbarely conscious and dragged into the rusty bowels of a moored torture tanker.

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Though some stunt, er, parts were employed, you are basically watching actors like Charlotte Gainsbourg and Shia LeBeouf engage in the sort of sex activities you associate with porn stars. LeBeouf even sent in a homemade pornographic videotape for his audition. Whatever Happened to NC Movies? These films are cast with A-list movie stars and directed by world-class filmmakers.

They are designed to play in multiplexes and oriented houses. Some have been imported in as prestige foreign films, and others have been produced and distributed by Hollywood studios.

But the 3o films here all share one thing in common: They all come as close to being pornographic as mainstream films will allow. Read this NSFW list with someone you love. It wasn't just the pubic hair on display that got Vilgot Sjoman's political screed-cum-melodrama seized at customs when oriented was brought here input at the center of an obscenity case tried by the Supreme Court and considered one of the more notorious films of its day.

Although the few scenes in which actors Lena Nyman and Borje Ahlstedt show off some hairy nether regions certainly helped distinguished this Swedish import from the usual foreign-film fare. No, what put this story of a radical student having an affair with a married man in boiling hot water was the sequence in sex Nyman plants a kiss on her costar's penis in full view; that was enough to brew up movies shitstorm that woud end up breaking down censorship barriers and ultimately help usher in an age of cinematic permissiveness.

No one talked about the interview footage of Martin Movies King Jr. They focused on the genital smooch. The curiosity and the contrversy helped garner it a broader audience.

And the rest is history. Cinematographer-turned-director Haskell Wexler's mix of narrative and nonfiction including actual riot footage shot during the '68 Democratic Convention in Chicago is fueled by the tension of watching performers interact with real situations. One scene in particular, however, struck the MPAA board as a little too real for their tastes: A naked-as-jaybirds romp between future Tarantino favorite Robert Forster and Marianna Hill, with the two of them ending up literally between the sheets.

The almost documentary-like feel of their tryst earned Wexler's movie an X, though he'd claim that the rating was more reflective of the political rage he portrayed onscreen. We still think the you-are-there canoodling in the buff may have had something do with it, Haskell.

Ken Russell's majestic adaptation of D. It's also the stuff of acting lore: Both actors kept trying to back out of doing the scene, until one oriented they got drunk together and went for a joint pee, during which they were able to check each other out and realize there was nothing to feel self-conscious about. It's a man-on-man sex scene in everything but name. It may not have been as momentous as Stravinsky's The Rites of Spring as Pauline Kael notoriously claimed at the timebut Bernardo Bertolucci's seminal film was a watershed how sex was depicted on film.

So the director enlisted newcomer Maria Schneider and, in a casting coup, Marlon Brando — with the latter quickly turning this tale into a riveting, expansive meditation on his own screen image. His character is a widower who's been beaten down by life, and who uses his anonymous, athletic and often creative sexual encounters in an empty Parisian apartment as his way of escaping from the world. And you'll never hear the phrase "go get the butter" the same way again.

Nestled inside Nicolas Roeg's oriented paranormal thriller is one of the best sex scenes ever committed to film. Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie play a couple relocated to Venice after the accidental death of their daughter.

Before becoming unraveled by an English psychic claiming spectral visions of their child, the two stars disrobe for a night of marital bliss. The details are one thing a pocket of saliva gleaming on Christie's neck, an exchange of grins accompanying a change of positionsbut it's Roeg's intercutting between the act and its after-moments that makes the sequence so sublime. What makes the film near-pornographic, you ask?

Sutherland later claimed that he and Christie actually made love on camera during the sequence — a statement that's been refuted and resubstantiated many times over the years, but which still lends the scenes an odd voyeuristic thrill. But for his follow-up to the lively, colorful trilogy, Pasolini made one of the most shocking, degenerate films of all time. It's an incredibly hard film to watch, by design: Pasolini wanted to rub the viewer's face in this horrifying allegory of what he felt capitalism was doing to human beings.

Given the horrific, no-holds-barred sadomasochism on display, we'd say "Mission Accomplished. Porn, as we all know, played in seedy theaters full of dudes in dirty raincoats prior to the video revolution, at least.

Porn did not play at the New York Film Festival — so the fact that the presitigious event would program Nagisa Oshima's look at a real-life murder case involving a maid, her employer and their all-consuming sexual frenzy meant it was not porn, movies Despite the NYFF's seal of approval and the fact that one of Japan's greatest filmmakers had made this very explicit docudrama, the film's sequences of actors very much engaging oriented coitus noninterruptus were still too "hot" for customs officials, and the festival's later screenings were stopped.

Legal battles would eventually see the courts ruling on the side of Senses being art and not smut, and the movie is now rightfully recognized as a true-crime classic. But if there was ever a film that challenged the notion of art versus porn, it was this one. The only feature from Bob Guccione's Penthouse Films International watches as the eponymous emperor played by Malcolm McDowell leads Rome with both an indiscriminate sword and promiscuous cock.

It's an attempt to combine the "best" of both tony ancient-historical epics Gore Vidal wrote the script and skinflick set pieces, but guess which side wins out? Hedging his bets, Guccione grafted six minutes of hardcore sex onto the film, mostly via an orally fixated orgy sequence; the result feels like the sort of unholy union that might even give the degenerate Roman figurehead pause. Director William Friedkin reportedly went in a little too deep as well, and was forced to cut about 40 minutes of footage!

Since then, however, its reputation has been somewhat redeemed, and it has become something of a time capsule for a certain late '70s New York downtown subculture. Rainer Werner Fassbinder's final film is at once one of his most personal, and one of his most reviled, with even his biggest admirers bristling at its garish artificiality and Tom-of-Finland-inspired set design.

Bring on the giant-penis architecture! But this stagebound, stylized take on Jean Genet's sex is also profoundly intimate and sad, its intense scenes of homosexual sex jutting up against its arch performances and otherworldly atmosphere. It's less an adaptation of a book than a fever dream Fassbinder had after reading it, complete with nocturnal emissions. Though meant to salvage artful erotica from the pornographic ghetto of the X rating, the designation quickly became the kiss of death — numerous newspapers refused to even carry ads for this relatively tasteful if unashamedly sexual literary love story starring Fred Ward as the libidinally adventurous novelist Henry Miller and Maria de Medeiros as the gradually unbound Nin.

All of the film's ecstatic grunting, moaning and thrusting had moral watchdogs crying indecency, though scenes involving a very young, very naked Uma Thurman as Miller's wife and Nin's lover didn't stop her from becoming a bona fide movie star later on. Filthy in the best possible sense, David Cronenberg's adaptation movies J. G Ballard's near-future novel of vehicular desire surveys the wreckage of modernity and digs up taboos — car-accident fetishes?

From high-speed, high-impact orgasms to sex the erotic potential of leg braces, the sex scenes here manage to be both icky and disconcertingly arousing. Consummately seedy leading man James Spader is a bourgeois professional permanently perverted by a near-death experience, while character actor Elias Koteas turns in one of the randiest performances in film history as a slithering scarfaced greasemonkey.

It won a prize for "audacity" at Cannes; Ted Turner found the movie so degenerate that he tried to have it banned from ever being released. Lars von Trier has been thumbing his nose at society and good taste for long before Antichrist and Nymphomaniacand his only Movies 95 film helped garner him his first true taste of controversy.

It's a bleak black comedy about a group of adults who act like developmentally disabled people in order to both liberate themselves from, and get up in the face of, bourgeois complacency. Oriented of their provocations involves having group sex — which, naturally, the director shows in characteristically unflinching fashion.

There's also a shot of an erect penis, which was digitally blurred upon the film's release in the U. The film got into ratings trouble in some countries as a result — but by later Von Trier standards, it practically feels like a Disney film. Stanley Kubrick's swansong averted an NC rating thanks to director-approved digital inserts that obscured pornographic acts during the much-discussed Venetian-masked orgy sequence.

The scene still feels remarkably smutty, though the film's steamiest moment would barely qualify as PG After each indulging in extramarital flirtations at a lavish holiday party, Tom Cruse and Nicole Kidman movies high in their bedroom and talk about desire.

Provoked movies her husband's disbelief that she could ever be sexually tempted, Kidman parks on the carpet in white skivvies and delivers a jealousy-stoking monologue for the ages involving a summer getaway, a studly naval officer, and a purred vocal delivery.

In terms of potency, Cruise's subsequent sexual odyssey pales in comparison. Leos Carax's achingly personal adaptation of Herman Melville's "Pierre, or the Ambiguities" tells the story of a moody young man Guillaume "Son of Gerard" Depardieu who retreats from a life of high society to live as an impoverished novelist in bohemian Paris.

Things heat up when a raven-haired beauty Yekaterina Golubeva emerges from the woods, claiming to be his sister and casting a spell over our slumming hero. Carax had emerged as the young French filmmaker to watch in the late eighties before burning out during the making of The Lovers on the Bridge For his "comeback" film, he had his actors engage in what appears to be unsimulated sex that's both tender and ravenous.

In the dark of their squalid squat, their writhing bodies are undistinguishable, evocatively blurring lines between art and savagery — as good a description of this feral, highly charged drama as any. But considering that the filmmaker who said this, Coralie Trinh Thi, had acted in porn films, and the leads — Karen Lancaume and Raffaela Anderson — had also graced Gallic stag movies, and the duo can be seen engaging in some unambiguous oral sex and copulation, well…you can see how that might confuse folks.

Shot in a dingy, lo-fi style and graced with a soundtrack that might have been pilfered from Epitaph's back catalog, this violent, gleefully vulgar story is more punk grindhouse flick than typical male-fantasy oriented. Our own Peter Travers colorfully compared it to another tale of female empowerment: "It's Thelma and Louise with actual penetration!

He Peter Sarsgaard is a computer genius who's made a mint working in Silicon Valley; she Molly Parker is an exotic dancer who he pays to spend three days and nights with him in Las Vegas.

She offers him lap dances, he wields his financial worth like a scepter and director Wayne Wang treats the whole thing like a philosophical treatise on the link between capitalism and carnal demands. Then either the Deadwood actress or her body double —it's difficult to truly say — plays a game of hide-the-lollipop, and suddenly, the movie enters a whole other realm of sexed-up power games. Patrice Chereau's film, based on stories by Hani Kureishi, riffs on Last Tango in Paris and focuses on a man and a woman who meet weekly to have anonymous and unsimulated sex, and whose lives are complicated when one starts to learn more about the other.

Like Tango, it also forces you to reconsider both the concept of authenticity in sex scenes and how they function: After watching the raw, in-your-face quality of the copious sex scenes in the film, do you feel like you know more about these characters, or less? Regardless, the scene in which Shallow Grave actress Kerry Fox fellates costar Mark Rylance onscreen immediately gained the film notoriety and arguably stalled her career.

The actress still contends it's the best work she's ever done. It also made its two male leads stars. Years after the existential provocations of Last Tango in ParisBernardo Bertolucci made this sex-drenched, surprisingly generous look back at the era of the French New Wave and the May riots.

American Michael Pitt shacks up in a Paris flat with sensuous and somewhat incestuous twins Eva Green and Louis Garrel, and a variety of imaginative couplings ensue. In typical Bertolucci fashion, sex possibilities of cinema and sex sex limitless — both liberating and terrifying — but the political turmoil of the world outside soon brings everybody back to reality.

The film didn't do the kind of business that Last Tango did, but it was notable for being a rare instance where a studio-owned distributor Fox Searchlight was willing to go with the allegedly financially poisonous NC rating. Did Larry Clark's most controversial film not got a proper release in the U. Or was it just an issue of music clearances? It says something about a film when the best-adjusted character in it is the guy who's sleeping with his girlfriend's mom.

A memo to aspiring filmmakers: You can spend a large amount of your running sex doing virtually nothing — hell, you can even be as narcissistic as anyone in showbiz — so long as you cap off your movie movies a starlet blowing you onscreen. That's the main takeaway from writer-director-actor Vincent Gallo's pet project about a motorcycle rider who does, well, not much more than brood. But the reason we still talk about this movie beside the fact that it gave birth to a world-class spat between Gallo and critic Roger Ebert oriented a lengthy scene near the end in which Gallo's costar, Chloe Sevigny, puts Vincent's "money" where her mouth is.

The fact that Gallo apparently used a prosthetic penis for the scene doesn't make it any less uncomfortable to watch, nor does the fact that the scene actually does serve a purpose somewhat in the big picture. You're observing a well-known, highly talented actress debase herself in one unbroken shot. You'd sex feel less icky if you were actually watching porn.

British filmmaker Michael Winterbottom A Mighty Heart updated the arthouse erotica of the s for the mid-aughts by framing this roughhewn romantic tale as a mash-up of contemporary indie rock and explicit penetrative sex. Featuring live performances by Franz Ferdinand, Elbow, The Dandy Warhols, Primal Scream and others, the film is a fascinating, at times even enlightening consideration of how the arc of a relationship can be marked by its sexual encounters.

And unlike most of its forebears, 9 Songs is genuinely interested in female pleasure, lingering longest — and most powerfully — on actress Margo Stilley's mid- and post-coital face. You can't make a sex-positive movie without sex, and John Cameron Mitchell's follow-up to Hedwig and the Angry Inch is nothing if not sex-positive.

15. Bitter Moon (63 percent)

And yet the eerie prescience of Wild Orchid is not what makes it great, or why it is one of the definitive moments in the history of movie sex. No, the film, written and directed by Zalman King, demands our attention because it is the literal, and chronological, highpoint of Eighties Hollywood erotica. But Wild Orchid topped them both. For with its lurid Latin setting Wheeler is in Buenos Aires to buy a hotel, as you do , rampantly fornicating locals and the suggestion that, if you opened the window of your limousine you were likely to get hit by flying spunk, it had the edge on the competition.

Best of all, it boasts a closing sex scene Wheeler and Emily in lotus, shot mostly from above, sparing no blushes so protracted and explicit it troubled the censors the film was originally rated X.

You know? Doing it for real? Do you have any idea how many people were standing around? It was mortifying! Art house movies. We get it. They do sex. That's their thing. From Swedish nudes in Summer with Monika to the butter-based penetration of Last Tango in Paris to crazy irascible beach-side sessions in Betty Blue , nothing screams "art house" more than a smartly directed and gamely acted sex scene.

Then came Blue is the Warmest Colour. The film, which won the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival in , wiped away everything that had gone before it.

The hideous rape of Monica Bellucci in Irreversible ? The grimly determined humping from Japanese classic In the Realm of the Senses? All gone. Faded in comparison. Plus, it was gay sex. So it made the cutesy girl-on-girl action in Bound and Mulholland Drive seem dubious and cheap. And the boy-on-boy action in Brokeback Mountain ? Just lame. Looks are exchanged, picnics are arranged, kisses are traded and then everything grinds to a halt at approximately one hour and 11 minutes into the movie, when director Kechiche and his two lead actresses deliver the type of jaw-to-the-floor sex scene that has subsequently raised the movie-sex bar to insane heights of verisimilitude and has pushed the literal definition of "simulated" to breaking point.

For here, over seven long breathy, sweaty, brightly-lit minutes, we run the unapologetic gamut of licking, sucking, squeezing, fingering, rimming, ramming, slamming, and general slithery, grindy, intercrural mayhem.

The scene has many detractors including the actresses themselves, who famously rounded on their director: Seydoux said making it was "horrible" and she would "never" work with Kechiche again. Once the film began sweeping up during the awards season, however, they recanted and said that they were "happy" with it.

And yet, look at the scene now, within the movie, and away from the hype, and it doesn't play too well. It's crudely lit. It's brazen, and yet also crass. And what it says, in its many nipple shots, arse close-ups, and vaginal teases, is that perhaps all sex scenes, no matter how well-intended, or how groundbreaking and profound, are inherently, well, kind of sleazy. Tarzan is lying on the sand in his trademark loincloth and, oddly, a funky headband.

Undeterred by the outfit, Jane starts touching. Tarzan, clearly uncomfortable with the whole date-rapey vibe, leaps back into action dragging the movie through a series of strange, breast-based set-pieces that climax in a quirky "native jungle village" actual location: Sri Lanka. The film, of course, is genius. No, really. Because it parlayed over 20 years of Russ Meyer sexploitation flicks see Faster, Pussycat!

And what an event! There was a much-hyped lawsuit from Tarzan creator Edgar Rice Burroughs' estate, orders for nudity cuts from the studio, and publicised cries of "censorship! Something happened with sex scenes around the millennium. They went from being slightly tawdry Angel Heart , , titillating Risky Business , and tacky Porky's , to dramatically satisfying and, ultimately, Oscar-worthy. Nowhere is the switch more evident than in Monster's Ball , where former B-list actress Halle Berry snagged the Best Actress Oscar partially because of the "bravery" she displayed during the terrifying sex scene.

He's a prison guard who meets her in a diner. She's grieving for her dead son. He takes her home. They drink whiskey. She starts blubbing. Thornton puts a nervous hand on her shoulder. Then, wham, she pulls down her top and starts chanting, "Make me feel good! Can you make me feel good? Naturally, he goes for it good man, Billy Bob! Thus follows five minutes of raw therapeutic ramming, artfully intercut with close-ups of hands freeing a birdie from its cage hang on!

I think I get this metaphor! Give me a second! Is it to do with freedom? Director Forster said: "When I spoke to Billy Bob and Halle, I told them it was important that these two emotionally repressed characters start the sex scene raw and animalistic. The classic that spawned the term "bunny boiler" wasn't just a cautionary tale be careful what you wish for, don't take for granted all you have Adorable, stylish and touching coming-of-age British film about a year-old trying to save his parents' marriage.

You won't be hungry for a while after this one. Like Water for Chocolate 90 percent. Based on the best-selling book of the same name, the film tells the tale of star-crossed Mexican lovers with lots of foodie sensuality and magical realism.

According to RT, it's one of the highest grossing foreign films of all time. Blue Is the Warmest Color 91 percent. A French teenager explores her Sapphic sexuality with a blue-haired art student.

Rated NC for explicit scenes. Strap in, 'cause it's over three hours long. A coming of age story about two Mexican teenage buddies on a road trip with a year-old married woman. It's got all the fantasies: older woman, younger men, casual sex, threeways, homoerotic experimentation Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. It doesn't get much better than 99 percent on Rotten Tomatoes.

This Chilean film follows a divorced, middle-aged woman looking for love in singles' dance clubs. He Peter Sarsgaard is a computer genius who's made a mint working in Silicon Valley; she Molly Parker is an exotic dancer who he pays to spend three days and nights with him in Las Vegas. She offers him lap dances, he wields his financial worth like a scepter and director Wayne Wang treats the whole thing like a philosophical treatise on the link between capitalism and carnal demands.

Then either the Deadwood actress or her body double —it's difficult to truly say — plays a game of hide-the-lollipop, and suddenly, the movie enters a whole other realm of sexed-up power games.

Patrice Chereau's film, based on stories by Hani Kureishi, riffs on Last Tango in Paris and focuses on a man and a woman who meet weekly to have anonymous and unsimulated sex, and whose lives are complicated when one starts to learn more about the other. Like Tango, it also forces you to reconsider both the concept of authenticity in sex scenes and how they function: After watching the raw, in-your-face quality of the copious sex scenes in the film, do you feel like you know more about these characters, or less?

Regardless, the scene in which Shallow Grave actress Kerry Fox fellates costar Mark Rylance onscreen immediately gained the film notoriety and arguably stalled her career. The actress still contends it's the best work she's ever done. It also made its two male leads stars. Years after the existential provocations of Last Tango in Paris , Bernardo Bertolucci made this sex-drenched, surprisingly generous look back at the era of the French New Wave and the May riots.

American Michael Pitt shacks up in a Paris flat with sensuous and somewhat incestuous twins Eva Green and Louis Garrel, and a variety of imaginative couplings ensue. In typical Bertolucci fashion, the possibilities of cinema and sex seem limitless — both liberating and terrifying — but the political turmoil of the world outside soon brings everybody back to reality.

The film didn't do the kind of business that Last Tango did, but it was notable for being a rare instance where a studio-owned distributor Fox Searchlight was willing to go with the allegedly financially poisonous NC rating. Did Larry Clark's most controversial film not got a proper release in the U. Or was it just an issue of music clearances?

It says something about a film when the best-adjusted character in it is the guy who's sleeping with his girlfriend's mom.

A memo to aspiring filmmakers: You can spend a large amount of your running time doing virtually nothing — hell, you can even be as narcissistic as anyone in showbiz — so long as you cap off your movie with a starlet blowing you onscreen. That's the main takeaway from writer-director-actor Vincent Gallo's pet project about a motorcycle rider who does, well, not much more than brood.

But the reason we still talk about this movie beside the fact that it gave birth to a world-class spat between Gallo and critic Roger Ebert is a lengthy scene near the end in which Gallo's costar, Chloe Sevigny, puts Vincent's "money" where her mouth is. The fact that Gallo apparently used a prosthetic penis for the scene doesn't make it any less uncomfortable to watch, nor does the fact that the scene actually does serve a purpose somewhat in the big picture.

You're observing a well-known, highly talented actress debase herself in one unbroken shot. You'd probably feel less icky if you were actually watching porn. British filmmaker Michael Winterbottom A Mighty Heart updated the arthouse erotica of the s for the mid-aughts by framing this roughhewn romantic tale as a mash-up of contemporary indie rock and explicit penetrative sex. Featuring live performances by Franz Ferdinand, Elbow, The Dandy Warhols, Primal Scream and others, the film is a fascinating, at times even enlightening consideration of how the arc of a relationship can be marked by its sexual encounters.

And unlike most of its forebears, 9 Songs is genuinely interested in female pleasure, lingering longest — and most powerfully — on actress Margo Stilley's mid- and post-coital face.

You can't make a sex-positive movie without sex, and John Cameron Mitchell's follow-up to Hedwig and the Angry Inch is nothing if not sex-positive. Tracing the love lives of several Gothamites who converge at the Brooklyn salon that gives the film its name, Shortbus shows all manner of lusty goings-on — hetero, homo, couples, threesomes, singles going steady — and spares no details. Unlike a lot of the films on this list, however, Mitchell's horny ensemble dramedy doesn't treat its protagonists' sexual shenanigans as mere fodder for shock value; here, fucking and sucking equals character.

Yes, viewers who aren't used to seeing men ejaculate all over each other or extended scenes of cunnilingus may start squirming in their seats, but Mitchell's group-therapy vibe diffuses the fact that you're watching people actually have sex.

He's made a template for feel-good near-porn. Hoping to sabotage Imperial Japan's occupation of their native China, a group of radical students recruit a beautiful young woman, Chia Chi Wei Tang to entrap and assassinate high-ranking collaborator Mr. Yee Tony Leung. All goes as planned until they fall into a torrid, agenda-scrambling affair, which director Ang Lee Brokeback Mountain explicitly depicts in all of its rigorous, almost scary physicality.

The film earns its NC rating both for the uncommon length of these scenes, and for how violent, and face-flushingly good, the sex seems. French enfant terrible Gaspar Noe's virtual reality epic is a tripped-out journey through the beyond, in which a dead junkie's soul rises out of his body, floats across a neon Tokyo and returns to watch over the sister — a Tokyo stripper played by a very naked Paz de la Huerta — that he promised to never leave.

And since this is a Gaspar Noe film,the soul's chosen method of reincarnation and reinsertion into life comes via a close-up of a penis as it enters a vagina — shot from inside the vagina — and a journey through the cervix. Copyright Fox Searchlight Pictures. All rights reserved. Unfortunately, given that he looks like Michael Fassbender, such meaningless sex is all too easy to be had —and has a lot of it onscreen he does. In the midst of all the one-night stands, the visits to prostitutes, and the lunchtime porn binges, this poor, broken soul searches in vain to forge connections and heal psychic wounds.

Before Andrew Haigh created the HBO comedy hit Looking , he made this movie about two men hooking up over a long weekend. What at first seems simply like a hot one-night-stand slowly grows into something more personal, with both men being frank about not wanting to be in a relationship yet talking themselves into a series of frank revelations and undeniable rapport.

Along the way, the sex scenes become more explicit, with one shot involving a man ejaculating all over himself leaving little to the imagination. But the sequences are as intimate as they are intense, and we're invited to view the two men getting it on as an expression of deepening connection and desire. Last year's Palme d'Or-winning cause celebre , about a young French woman's Adele Exarchopoulos coming-of-age as she meets a more experienced lesbian Lea Seydoux , has garnered both praise and criticism for its unflinching, explicit sex scenes and its generally positive portrayal of a lesbian relationship.

Is this an honest look at the growing love and eventual heartbreak between two young women? Or is it compromised by the fact that it's made by a man, stars two heterosexuals, and features sex scenes that might be a bit too titillating?

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