Monday, April 08, 2013
Part 3 of Explicit sex scenes from mainstream movies and celebrities
The movies and the celebrities:
Disclosure with Demi Moore
Striptease with Demi Moore
Rome with Alice Henley
The Getaway with Kim Basinger
Don't Look Now with Julie Christie
Di Di Hollywood with Elsa Pataky...[the thumbnail]
Storytelling with Selma Blair
Sexual Predator with Angie Everhart
1. Disclosure (1994) by Barry Levinson with Demi Moore.
The film is a combination mystery and thriller about office politics and intrigue in the computer industry in the mid-1990s. The main focus of the story, from which the film and book take their titles, is the issue of sexual harassment. The film invites viewers to critically examine topics such as the ease with which allegations of sexual harassment can destroy one's career and whether a double standard exists when such allegations are levied by men or women.
2. Striptease (1996) by Andrew Bergman with Demi Moore.
The film is based on the novel of the same name by Carl Hiaasen; it is about a stripper who becomes involved in both a child-custody dispute and corrupt politics. Striptease was generally reviled by critics. It wound up winning several Golden Raspberry Awards, which are given to the worst in cinema. Among these awards given to Striptease was the Razzie Award for Worst Picture of 1996.
3. Rome (2005) with Alice Henley.
Alice Henley having rough sex scene from the British-American historical drama television series created by Bruno Heller, John Milius and William J. MacDonald.
4. The Getaway (1994) by Roger Donaldson with Kim Basinger.
The Getaway is a 1994 crime thriller and a remake of the 1972 film of the same name. The film stars Alec Baldwin, Kim Basinger, Michael Madsen, James Woods, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Jennifer Tilly, and was directed by Roger Donaldson.
5. Don't Look Now (1973) by Nicolas Roeg with Julie Christie.
Don't Look Now is a 1973 thriller film directed by Nicolas Roeg. Julie Christie and Donald Sutherland star as a married couple who travel to Venice following the recent accidental death of their daughter, after the husband accepts a commission to restore a church. They encounter two sinister sisters, one of whom claims to be clairvoyant and informs them that their daughter is trying to contact them and warn them of danger. The husband at first dismisses their claims, but starts to experience mysterious sightings himself. It is an independent British and Italian co-production adapted from the short story by Daphne du Maurier.
6. Di Di Hollywood by Bigas Luna with Elsa Pataky.
A young actress leaves Spain and tries to make it to the top of Hollywood.
7. Storytelling (2001) by Todd Solondz with Selma Blair.
The film consists of two stories that are unrelated and have different actors, titled "Fiction" and "Non-Fiction." "Fiction," starring Selma Blair, is about a group of college students in a creative writing class taught by a professor who has affairs with his students. "Non-Fiction," starring Paul Giamatti and John Goodman, is about the filming of a high school student and his family through the college application process.
8. Sexual Predator (2001) by with Angie Everhart.
A thriller featuring american actress and former fashion model Angie Everhart. A female parole officer gets involved with a serial killer whom she plans to entrap and kill in revenge for him killing her sister.