Sexiest Films of All-Time 所有時間最性感的電影 


(in three parts)


 Sexiest Films of All-Time: In the following compilation by Filmsite are some of the sexiest films in the display of sex and eroticism on the screen throughout cinematic history.

See also Filmsite's multi-part sections on "Sex in Cinema" for more detail and illustrations:

 Sexiest Films of All-Time 
(alphabetical, unranked) 
Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3


Sexiest Films of All-Time - Part 1

Angel Heart (1987)

A mystery horror film with a twist starred Mickey Rourke as Harry Angel, a private investigator in New Orleans searching for a missing person - himself (Johnny Favorite), and encountering young sexy voodoo priestess Epiphany Proudfoot (Lisa Bonet).

Basic Instinct (1992)

In Paul Verhoeven's sleazy thriller, Sharon Stone as bisexual blonde - and suspected bad-girl murderess Catherine Trammel with an ice-pick, flashed her nether region to a roomful of entranced cops.

Betty Blue (1986, Fr.)

This unrated French film told about a self-destructive relationship between a young woman (Beatrice Dalle) and her lover (Jean-Hugues Anglade) and left little to the imagination.

Bitter Moon (1992)

The dark and perverted side of sexuality (love/hate) was explored in this Roman Polanski psycho-thriller, between a wheelchaired husband (Peter Coyote) and his seductive French wife (Emmanuelle Seigner), as the two were on an ocean voyage with a prim and proper British couple (Kristin Scott-Thomas and Hugh Grant).

Body Double (1984)

Brian DePalma's twisting Hitchcockian thriller involved neighbor-peeping, a saucy porn star (Melanie Griffith), and a struggling Hollywood actor (Craig Wasson).

Body Heat (1981)

A not too bright attorney (William Hurt) passionately fell for a seductive wife (Kathleen Turner) in a plot to kill her husband in this sultry, film-noirish thriller.

Body of Evidence (1993)

An NC-17 rated erotic thriller starring Willem Dafoe (as a lawyer) and Madonna (with an outright sexy performance as a murder suspect) - derided and panned by many critics for its hot wax S&M sequence and other kinky sex scenes.

Boogie Nights (1997)

The LA adult film industry of the 1970s-80s was the hard-core focus of Paul Thomas Anderson's epic, starring Burt Reynolds as a porn director, Julianne Moore as adult actress Amber Waves, Heather Graham as Rollergirl, and Mark Wahlberg as well-endowed Dirk Diggler.

Bound (1996)

This flick's depiction of Gina Gershon and Jennifer Tilly's titillating lesbian romance (and kinky sex life) was as exciting as their scheme to steal Mafia money.

Breathless (1983)

The remake of Jean-Luc Godard's French film of the 1960s cast Richard Gere as a fugitive drifter and sexy Valerie Kaprisky as his romantic partner.

Cat People (1982)

Paul Schrader's erotic horror film remake (of the 1942 original) starred lithe Nastassja Kinski as Irena, doomed to turn into a black leopard if her sexual passions were stirred. Also with Annette O'Toole in the famous pool stalking sequence.

The Center of the World (2001)

A computer dot-com millionaire (Peter Sarsgaard) hired a club lap-dancer (Molly Parker) for $10,000 to accompany him to Las Vegas for three-nights of erotic play in this unrated film.

Color of Night (1994)

The who-dun-it was liberally laced with sex scenes between a distressed psychologist (Bruce Willis) and a torrid, mysterious female (Jane March).

Crash (1996)

David Cronenberg's controversial, fetishistic study of an automotive car-crash subculture was not for everyone. After an accident, unfaithful film producer (James Spader) was introduced to the cult group with injured victim Dr. Helen Remington (Holly Hunter), and found that a concluding almost-fatal car crash involving his wife Catherine (Deborah Kara Unger) was actually strengthening his marriage.

Crimes of Passion (1984)

Ken Russell's compelling work starred Kathleen Turner as a fashion designer moonlighting in a double life as street prostitute China Blue - often terrorized by a crazed, dildo-wielding preacher (Anthony Perkins).

Dangerous Liaisons (1988)

This daring, aristocratic psychodrama was filmed multiple times - it involved court intrigue, scheming, betrayal and wagers placed in France a few centuries ago, over whether Valmont (John Malkovich) could seduce a virtuous young virgin (Uma Thurman) and a recently-married woman (Michelle Pfeiffer).

Desert Hearts (1985)

A lesbian-themed romantic drama set in the late 1950s in Reno, Nevada, it realistically and positively told the story of a growing relationship between free-spirited casino worker Cay (Patricia Charbonneau) and Columbia University professor Vivian (Helen Shaver) in town waiting for a divorce.

Don't Look Now (1973)

Nicolas Roeg's unsettling thriller remains famous for its realistic and explicit sex scene between a grieving, married couple (Julie Christie and Donald Sutherland) in Venice.

The Dreamers (2003)

Explicit sexual content was rampant in Bernardo Bertolucci's erotic drama set in the late 60s Paris, about a trio of cinephiles, including Eva Green as Isabelle, playing decadent sexual games.

Dream Lover (1994)

The psychological thriller examined the short-lived, sexy romance between a yuppie guy (James Spader) and an enigmatic dream lover (Madchen Amick).

Dressed to Kill (1980)

De Palma's glossy thriller was a slasher film about a murderous blonde, a mysterious psychiatrist (Michael Caine), and the victims: a sexually-adventurous chic lady (Angie Dickinson), and a call girl (Nancy Allen).

Emmanuelle (1974, Fr.)

This was the first - and most infamous - of a long series of discreetly-shot, French soft-core films about the awakening of a suppressed, sexually-curious female (Sylvia Kristel) in various erotic locales.

The English Patient (1996)

A Best Picture winner, this romantic drama used flashback as a technique to tell the tale of the badly-burned "English Patient" Count László de Almásy (Ralph Fiennes) and his doomed love affair with a married woman (Kristin Scott-Thomas).

Eyes Wide Shut (1999)

Kubrick's last film featured a sophisticated married pair (celebrity couple Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman) with adulterous impulses while experimenting with new sexual adventures or experiences.

Fatal Attraction (1987)

Before murderous and obsessive impulses were activated in this cautionary tale, happily-married attorney (Michael Douglas) had a weekend fling with a psycho-siren (Glenn Close).

Femme Fatale (2002)

This glossy and twisting noirish mystery-thriller from Brian DePalma began with an eye-popping opener: a sexy jewelry heist involving two femme fatales (Rebecca Romijn and Rie Rasmussen) at the Cannes Film Festival.

所有時間最性感的電影 - 第1部分

與一捻一個神秘的恐怖片主演米基·洛克哈利天使,一個私家偵探在新奧爾良尋找一個失踪的人 - 自己(約翰尼喜歡的),並且遇到年輕性感的巫毒女祭司頓悟Proudfoot(莉薩·博內特)。


在保羅·範霍文的低俗的驚悚片,莎朗·斯通雙性戀金發 - 和疑似不良少女的兇手凱瑟琳·特拉梅爾與冰挑,亮出她的幽冥地區入神警察的屋子。










一個NC-17分級的情色驚悚片主演威廉·達福(如律師)和麥當娜(用徹頭徹尾的性感演出作為殺人嫌疑犯) - 嘲笑和其熱蠟S&M序列和其他淫性愛場面搖了很多批評。




的吉娜葛森和Jennifer Tilly的的挑逗女同性戀浪漫(和淫性生活),這一抖的描述是令人興奮的計劃,他們偷黑手黨的錢。


20世紀60年代的讓 - 呂克·戈達爾的法國電影的翻拍投理查·基爾作為一個逃犯流浪漢和性感瓦萊麗Kaprisky作為他的戀人。






該誰 - 敦有人寬鬆股價與心疼心理學家(布魯斯·威利斯)和熾熱的,神秘的女性(簡月)之間的性愛場面。




肯·羅素的作品引人注目主演凱瑟琳·特納作為一個時裝設計師兼職的雙重生活街頭妓女中國藍 - 通常由一個瘋狂的,假陽具,揮舞著佈道者(安東尼·珀金斯)恐嚇。


這個大膽的,貴族的心理劇的拍攝多次 - 它涉及宮廷陰謀,詭計多端,背叛和投注幾個世紀前放置在法國,超過維蒙特(約翰·馬爾科維奇)能否勾引良性處女(烏瑪·瑟曼)以及最近結婚女人(米歇爾·菲佛)。












這是第一次 - 長系列謹慎拍,大概的抑制,性好奇的女性(西爾維婭·克里斯特爾)在不同的語言環境情色覺醒法國軟核的電影 - 和最臭名昭著。










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