You know, in honor of Valentine's Day. Oh don't judge us By IGN Staff Before the Internet invented a place to store all the porn we've ever seen or will ever see, most of us had to resort to sneaky video store runs or Cinemax After Dark sessions for our R-rated entertainment needs.
Some of those movies were good; some were bad. But all fell victim to the fast-forward button and our eagerness to skip past the disease which inflicts sex scenes - plot - and get to the good stuff. The cinema of Shannons Tweed and Whirry is absent here because we're saving those films for another feature. Basic Instinct, while we did watch it for the Sharon Stone-ing, is actually a pretty decent flick, so we like watching the sex and the movie.
A few movies on our list also have decent stories, but we're not gonna lie - you're not here for our review of Embrace of the Vampire. Havoc Before she was getting naked in Academy Award-nominated movies, Anne Hathaway was showing her nudie parts in this movie from the Oscar-winning screenwriter of Traffic. Hathaway gets her libido-fueled gangsta on, playing a wealthy Los Angeles teen who loves the hip-hop lifestyle almost as much as she loves going to third base in the back of her boyfriend's convertible.
But not as much as she loves having a grunt nap with Bijou Phillips. Skin rated said coupling the 10th greatest nude scene of all time. Interestingly, watching a sex scene between Catwoman and anyone named "Bijou" ranks 10th on our Bucket List.
This film was originally going to get slapped with an "X" rating no NC back in '89 for a humping scene where it was strongly rumored that Rourke and Otis - who became a couple during filming - were having real intercourse on film.
Killing Me Softly An erotic thriller in which the eroticism most definitely outweighs the thrills, Killing Me Softly marked the English-language debut of Farewell My Concubine helmer Chen Kaig, and it's no surprise to learn that the film was also his last in the language.
The dialogue is terrible and the plot turgid, while the central performances from Heather Graham and Joseph Fiennes are practically unwatchable.
The proceedings are saved by the regular and explicit sex scenes, however, with Graham's shrinking violet corrupted by Fiennes kinky cad, who may or may not be a murderer. From the moment they meet, the pair can't keep their hands off each other, the sexual highlight being a bondage-heavy bout of rumpy-pumpy in a secluded cottage. Alexander While Alexander the Great's Colin Farrell gay romance in this Oliver Stone-directed film got the most press, it's his conquest of the Bactrian beauty Roxana Rosario Dawson that generates the most heat onscreen and offers one of the only reasons to sit through this dreary epic.
After witnessing Roxana's sensual dance before his court, the young Macedonian king targets her as his next conquest. Alexander confronts the reluctant Roxana, effectively capturing her and forcing her into bed. He tears her clothing off as she fights back.
Both end up bare-chested, with Rosario's ample melons swinging like pendulums throughout the scene. She claws at him, which only seems to unleash the animal inside Alexander. What begins as a rape scene soon turns into more of a seduction, as he confesses his love for her as she holds a dagger to his throat. Ah, that one always gets 'em. Alexander and Roxana circle each other like animals, until they succumb to their raw passion and make crazy ancient-world love.
Wild Things First off, we'd like to state that although the headline of the piece suggests that one might fast forward through these films to get to the Mr. Skin parts, we'd still watch all of Wild Things. Including the brief shot of Kevin Bacon's bacon. The real nougat of this film, though, is the three-way sex scene between Matt Dillon , Neve Campbell and a peak-performance Denise Richards whose apex includes this film, Starship Troopers and the Bond movie where she played the smartest girl in the world named Christmas.
Also, if you want to go Dillon-less, there's a shallow-end-of-the-pool lesbo romp between Campbell and Richards. Also, it's totally OK to masturbate to Bill Murray.
In fact, it's kind of expected. The Dreamers A thoughtful drama set against the backdrop of the student riots in Paris, The Dreamers features multiple scenes of a naked Eva Green - she of Casino Royale fame - and for that reason alone makes our list. Boardwalk Empire star Michael Pitt plays an American student who befriends twins Isabelle and Theo while studying in the French capital. A complicated pair who are as close as brother and sister can get wink wink , their relationship with the yank quickly turns dirty, and soon the three of them are shagging all over the place.
It's sexy stuff, though the fact that the filth is punctuated by dull discourse about the politics of the time makes this one for the forward-wind button. Mickey Rourke and Kim Basinger play a couple of lost souls who embark on a sexual odyssey as '80s synth-pop plays in the background.
The film deals with themes of repression and obsession, but you won't be tuning in for the psychology. No, the copious amounts of nudity from two of Hollywood's then-hottest are what you're in for. Highlights include Basinger's sexually charged striptease to Joe Cocker's "You Can Leave Your Hat On" and the oft-spoofed kitchen sequence in which Rourke blindfolds Basinger and feeds her the contents of his fridge.