Sexy Mexican Movies
Looking for some steamy, sexy Mexican movies? This list presents a variety of films that just may fit the bill, depending on your mood and inclinations. Sensual romantic dramas, zany comedies, passionate musicals, and adult film—-this list has something for everyone. Whether they are produced in Mexico, filmed in Mexico, or simply feature sexy Mexican stars, here is a sampling of ten movies to consider.
“Amar Te Duele.” “Amar Te Duele,” also known as “Love Hurts,” is a 2002 romantic comedy starring Luis Fernando Peña, Martha Higareda, and Ximena Sariñana. It is a modern, passionate re-telling of the classic teenage love story, “Romeo and Juliette.” Expect to view sexual content and some nudity.
“Bandidas.” “Bandidas” is a wild action-packed movie filmed in Mexico. It tells the story of two bank-robbing women in turn-of-the-century Mexico who are determined to fight the man terrorizing their town. The 2006 comedy stars two of Hollywood’s gorgeous Latina actresses—Salma Hayek and Penelope Cruz. It contains some sex scenes and nudity.
“Cumbia Callera.” “Cumbia Callera,” also known as “Cumbia Connection,” is a 2007 crime drama and musical. Almost devoid of any dialogue, the movie tells a passionate love story through facial expressions, body movements, and sexy Mexican cumbia music. The film stars Fernanda García Castañeda, Oliver Cantú Lozano, and Andul Zambrano.
“Frida.” “Frida” is a 2002 romantic drama starring one of Mexico’s sexiest actresses, Salma Hayek. The biographical film depicts the life of the surrealist painter, Frida Kahlo—her crippling illness and her tempestuous marriage to the philandering Mexican artist Diego Rivera. Expect sexual scenes, nudity, and adult language.
“La Golfa Del Barrio.” “La Golfa Del Barrio” is a romantic Mexican drama from 1982. When a bride dies on her wedding night, a desperate newlywed jumps into a relationship with a sexy pickpocket. This adult movie features Sasha Montenegro, a Mexican-Italian actress and the widow of former Mexican president José López Portillo. Viewers will see plenty of nude scenes, including full frontal female nudity.
“Once Upon A Time In Mexico.” “Once Upon A Time In Mexico” is a 2003 action comedy and crime thriller about a hitman called “El Mariachi” who becomes involved international espionage. The film, which contains some violence and strong language, stars Antonio Banderas, Johnny Depp, and the always-sexy Salma Hayek.
“Revenge.” “Revenge” is a 1990 romantic drama and crime thriller set in Mexico. It centers on a Navy pilot who leaves the United States for some R&R in Mexico, falls in love with his wealthy friend’s wife, and incurs the wrath of his friend. The film stars Kevin Costner, Madeleine Stowe, and Anthony Quinn. It features a lust more powerful than love…and very brief nudity.
“Selena.” “Selena” is a 1997 movie about the sexy Mexican-American Tejano singer, Selena, played by the sexy Latino actress, Jennifer Lopez. It tells the story of a young singer from Texas who rose from cult status to chart-topping stardom, only to have her life cut short by her angry fan club manager.
“Tortilla Soup.” “Tortilla Soup” is a 2001 romantic comedy about a tired Mexican-American chef and his three lovely daughters—all grown up, sexy, and single. Hector Elizondo, Jacqueline Obradors, and Tamara Mello star in the film, which contains some sexual content.
“Y Tu Mamá También.” “Y Tu Mamá También,” translated “and your mother, too,” can be an offensive phrase, or not. It just depends on the use. The movie is a 2001 comedy about two teenage boys and an older woman on a road trip, who learn about life, love, and sex. Maribel Verdú, Gael García Bernal, and Diego Luna star in the film.