Being a movie slut is a thankless task. First of all, your reputation precedes you wherever you go. Each character warns the other about the promiscuous activity in which you have indulged. Mothers scorn you, horn-dogs chase you, and life in general can be pretty rough. Sometimes, the slut uses sex as a means to draw attention to her other, more beneficent qualities. But that’s not always the case. Sometimes a dirty woman is a dirty woman, and these seven movie sluts are girls who you shouldn’t go anywhere near.
Stockard Channing’s performance as Rizzo is the quintessential slut performance. She flaunts her sexuality, and at one point is fearful that she has been “knocked up,” in her words. The fact that she’s unsure of the father makes her a woman of questionable morals, but deep down she seems like a good person. After all, there are worse things she could do.
Em, “Adventureland.” Let’s face it: there has always been that girl who you have worked with that you have a massive crush on. You fantasize about meeting her alone and having a moment where she truly understands you. Of course, this never materializes, and you have to constantly hear rumors about her sexual indiscretions around your place of employment. In “Adventureland” it is Jesse Eisenberg’s character who learns about Em’s sexual exploits slowly break his heart.
Loughran, “Clerks.” Thirty-six is a lot of guys, but at least it wasn’t in a row, right? Dante’s shock at hearing his girlfriend’s magic number sends him into a rage at first, but he calms down enough to go behind her back for an old flame. Slutty behavior from both sides.
Baines, “Back to the Future.” Everyone likes to believe that their mother was a nice and prudent indivual. But poor old Marty McFly is confronted head-on with the advances of his horny mother, and despite not knowing that he is her own flesh and blood, she should still have sensed it or something. It’s enough to make your skin crawl.
Steensma, “Taxi Driver.” With the nickname of “easy,” it is hard not to be a slut. Yes she was fourteen, but she dressed herself in those hot pants and flautist from the London Philharmonic orchestra play “Mary Had A Little Lamb” the way Alison Hannigan’s character described, is the day I stop judging her.
Julia Roberts, “Pretty Woman.” Yes, she’s got a heart of gold and yes, she is a really friendly and beautiful prostitute, but she stills sells her body for money. And that is definition of a slut. Why couldn’t she just get a job at Walmart instead?