Movies With A Lot Of Sexuality

Sunday, May 1 by George Root

Movies with a lot of sexuality do not always include movies with a lot nudity. Some of the movies with a lot of sexuality are very good at implying the sensual nature of the film, although it never hurts to include some of the more explicit movies in the list of movies with a lot of sexuality as well.

  1. "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" (1982). This is a movie with a lot of sexuality that it is all about high school kids trying to find sex. Every one of the main characters that finally does find sex realizes that they are still pretty terrible at it. It is a movie about coming of age and one of the movies with a lot of sexuality in it.
  2. "Basic Instinct" (1992). This movie uses sexuality to toy with the audience and drive the audience crazy. It is a crime drama where the suspect in a murder case is a beautiful blonde named Catherine Tramell (Sharon Stone). She uses every sensual trick she has to throw off detective Nick Curran (Michael Douglas) who is investigating her. In the list of movies with a lot of sexuality, this movie has no problems flaunting sex throughout the entire film.
  3. "Vertigo" (1958). Sensuality is what drives detective Scottie Ferguson (James Stewart) to become obsessed about Madeleine Elster (Kim Novak). But Ferguson becomes so infatuated that we lose track of whether he is falling for Madeleine or an imposter.
  4. "Black Snake Moan" (2006). It is practically impossible for a movie to not be based on sexuality when the premise is that Christina Ricci is chained to a wall because she is a nymphomaniac. Samuel L. Jackson plays the man that tries to save Ricci's soul, but things only get steamier as the movie rolls along.
  5. "A Clockwork Orange" (1971). This film is based on the sexual depravity of Alex (Malcolm McDowell) and the desire of a society to rid itself of crime. The graphic nature of this film puts the sexuality in a brutal light. But the movie is interesting and it moves very quickly.

-George Root

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