The 6 Raunchiest Sex Comedies You Shouldn’t Watch With Your Parents

Wednesday, March 28 by Steve Silverman

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One person's raunch is another person's entertainment. Raunchy sex comedies can represent  a solid evening's entertainment with non-stop laughs and titillation-for certain viewers, that is. Sex comedies often feature horny teenagers and college students lusting after spectacular-looking women who are usually out of their reach. While you may like to watch these sophomoric movies, you should avoid watching these six raunchy sex comedies when you sit down on the couch with your parents.

"American Pie" (1999)

 

This film features four high school buddies who want to lose their virginity since they are seniors. Kevin Myers (Thomas Ian Nicholas), Chris "Oz" Ostreicher (Chris Klein), Jim Levenstein (Jason Biggs) and Paul Finch (Eddie Kaye Thomas) all have different styles and widely different techniques as they try to engage various women in sexual behavior. One of the most memorable scenes involves Jim placing his penis in an apple pie. which had hopefully cooled to room temperature. Jim also befriends exotic exchange student Nadia (Shannon Elizabeth) and tries to bed her, but he ends up "finishing" a little too soon. Funny stuff, but not so good for the parents.

"Road Trip" (2000)

 

Josh (Breckin Meyer) and Tiffany (Rachel Blanchard) are boyfriend and girlfriend who are going to college 1,800 miles apart from each other. While Josh loves his girlfriend, he hooks up with Beth (Amy Smart) one night and they make a videotape of their activities. Josh wants to send a love tape to Tiffany, but he ends up sending the incriminating video to her. Josh and three buddies take a road trip so they can intercept the tape before Tiffany gets a chance to see it. On the road trip, E.L. (Seann William Scott) engages a sperm bank nurse in a memorable encounter, while awkward and shy Kyle Edwards (D.J. Qualls) gets deflowered in a most memorable encounter.

"The Girl Next Door" (2004)

 

Bookish Matthew Kidman (Emile Hirsch) is frustrated by his inability to find a girlfriend and his boring romantic life. All that changes for the sharp high school student when amazingly beautiful Danielle (Elisha Cuthbert) moves next door. Danielle has a stunning body and is a strikingly hot girl. When Matthew looks out his window and sees Danielle as she undresses, she catches him and then proceeds to ring his doorbell and perhaps tell his parents about their son's peeping Tom ways. She doesn't spill the beans and Danielle, Matthew and his friends engage in a series of sex-citing adventures.

 

"Forgetting Sarah Marshall" (2008)

 

Television writer Peter Bretter (Jason Segel) is taking a Hawaiian vacation to get over his break-up with actress Sarah Marshall (Kristin Bell). However, Sarah shows up at the same resort with her new boyfriend, British rocker Aldous Snow (Russell Brand). As those two flaunt their relationship in front of Peter, he tries to hold on to his dignity and sanity. Just when the vacation appears to be an unmitigated disaster, he meets hotel concierge Rachel Jansen (Mila Kunis).

"Van Wilder" (2002)

 

Van Wilder (Ryan Reynolds) is a college student who has been on campus seven years. College journalist Gwen Pearson (Tara Reid) decides to do a profile on him and while he does not cooperate with her, she talks to his friends and associates and her story is unflattering. Wilder decides that Gwen is too cute to pass up and he dares her to get the real story on him while he tries to bed her. Standing in Wilder's way is Gwen's obnoxious and snobby boyfriend Richard Bagg (Daniel Cosgrove). Gwen finds out that her boyfriend is a sneaky, nasty phony and she pays him back with a special "milk shake" that impacts his law school interview.

"Saving Silverman" (2001)

 

 

Darren (Jason Biggs) is engaged to Judith (Amanda Peet), a beautiful psychologist . While Judith is stunning and sexy, she is a nasty and demanding shrew who will make Darren's life miserable. Wayne (Steve Zahn) and J.D. (Jack Black) don't want to see their friend marry the wrong girl and they plot against the marriage. Playing the awkward, sex-starved guy is Jason Biggs' M.O., and he pumps that well as dry as possible in this flick.