If you are more than 18 years old, I would advise to not go to movies with your parents at all. But what if you are hanging around at your parents home and you all decide to watch some movie on television. That’s when you might have to quickly decide whether to stick around or change the channel or just run. Worry not! We are here to help you. The below list of movies comprises of some great and famous films. You can definitely watch them with your friends or alone, but because of either the subject matter or the explicit graphic sex scenes, it would be wise to just avoid watching them with your parents.
10. American Pie (1999)
A movie known for iconic phrases— “Stiffler’s mom”, “Pie fucking”— American Pie revolutionized the second era of sex comedies with a rabelaisian, lewd movie about four teenagers wanking their way to losing virginity. Starring Shannon Elizabeth, the film tumbles its way into unforgettable bits involving shitty sex scenes with amped-up frustration that leaks as prematurely as Tara Reid’s attractiveness. Why you should not watch it with parents: If you don’t want to reveal how pervert boys are
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9. Basic Instinct (1992)
A violent, suspended police detective investigates a brutal murder, in which a manipulative and seductive woman could be involved. ‘Basic Instinct’ is famous for Sharon Stone’s leg-crossing scene, but that doesn’t mean that the film itself is not good. Without going too overboard, let’s just say that the film keeps you hooked till its climax (that’s masterfully left open-ended). Why you should not watch it with parents: Lots of nudity and sex
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8. Oldboy (2003)
This 2004 classic has everything thrown in: brutal gut wrenching violence and gore, protagonist at unease, a shady antagonist, and incest. Watching this movie for the first time will certainly blow your minds, and you’d probably feel disgusted for sometime. I did. But its cult status can’t be denied. It is horrifying, yet mesmerizing, and inspire two remakes. Why you should not watch it with parents: Extremely violent and deals in incest
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7. American Psycho (2000)
Christian Bale plays Patrick Bateman, a narcissist, ego centric who has everything, but still lacks something to boost his inner demons. So, what does he do? He becomes a serial killer. Shielded by conformity, privilege, and wealth, Bateman is also the ultimate serial killer, roaming freely and fearlessly. His murderous impulses are fueled by zealous materialism and piercing envy when he discovers someone else has acquired more than he has. ‘American Psycho’ is a clever satire that equates materialism with homicide. Why you should not watch it with parents: Very Violent. Graphic sex.
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6. Eyes Wide Shut (1999)
‘Eyes Wide Shut’ is probably the most Kubrickian of all Kubrick films. You can attempt an explanation to all of his other films, but no absolute one is possible to this one. It is the master’s final statement on the slumber of modern life. It’s dream-like narrative fueled by stunning visual detail, a bravura performance from Nicole Kidman and a masterful use of Ligeti’s music, lend the film the ability to compel the audience to get lost in it, and believe me is it hard to recover. Why you should not watch it with parents: Lots of nudity and sex.
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5. Irreversible (2002)
Events over the course of one traumatic night in Paris unfold in reverse-chronological order as the beautiful Alex is brutally raped and beaten by a stranger in the underpass. Her boyfriend and ex-lover take matters into their own hands by hiring two criminals to help them find the rapist so that they can exact revenge. I know it is a very disturbing film, but at the same time I think it has a clear message in it. A simultaneously beautiful and terrible examination of the destructive nature of cause and effect it is a film that shows how cruel time can be. Why you should not watch it with parents: Extremely violent and features a 10-minute rape scene
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4. Boogie Nights (1997)
With Paul Thomas Anderson directing a stellar cast consisting of Mark Walhberg, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Julianne Moore, John C.Reilly, Burt Reynolds and William H.Macy, there is absolutely no possibility of this turning out to be a sour experience. ‘Boogie Nights’ is something you’d have expected from the Coen Brothers, and it’s a great reminder of Anderson’s versatility and ability to create fascinating characters. Why you should not watch it with parents: It is about porn industry .. so..
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3. A Clockwork Orange (1971)
Kubrick’s dystopian crime drama delves deep into the sheer madness and chaos inherent in human psyche. The film’s protagonist Alex DeLarge is a psychopathic maniac with an insatiable taste for violence. In the classic Kubrician style, the film questions morality and human psychology in the most eerily profound and disturbing manner. Kubrick’s genius roars throughout the film as he toys with our emotions by providing an utterly despicable protagonist but find ourselves sympathizing with him and strangely relating to his character at some places Why you should not watch it with parents: Violent. Graphic rape scene.
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2. Shame (2011)
On the face of it, ‘Shame’ is about sex-addiction; but it could so easily have been about any other addiction. How often we try to masquerade our inner fears and weaknesses under the veil of addiction ? Shame deals with that. It also disentangles an aspect of human behavior like no other film this century has managed to do. World came to know about McQueen from Oscar winning ’12 Years A Slave’. But watch ‘Shame’ and you will realize why McQueen is such a great talent. The way he lets camera linger around as if it is a silent, invisible person — and not just an image capturing tool — is pure genius. Why you should not watch it with parents: Graphic sex. Nudity.
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1. The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)
Based on true-life events of stockbroker Jordan Belfort, ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ is so over-the-top wacky, that at times it’s unbelievable that what you are seeing on-screen may have actually happened. It is as much a daringly audacious film as it is deliriously funny. It never shies away going all the way out, even if that means going completely wild. After all, truth is stranger — and possibly — wilder than fiction. Why you should not watch it with parents: Drugs. Booze. Sex. Slurs.
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