Here is the list of movies–
1) American Psycho
It’s a great movie, but it’s got adult scenes involving prostitutes and Christian Bale flexing and pointing at himself in the mirror while he’s, uh, on the job. The film isn’t really about a murderer; it’s a satire about big business, Yuppie lifestyle, and the way the wealthiest big money executives only care about themselves. It’s a condemnation of American business practice and the people that facilitate it, who are as ruthless about money as serial killers are about murder. Bateman is a manifestation of everything that is horrible about the environment he fuels. What he becomes is a combination of it all that is seeking the next level of identity.
And we don’t mean the investment banking one. Now if you’ll excuse us, we have to return some videotapes.
2) Mulholland Drive
It’s bizarre and complex in typical David Lynch fashion, and it has some pretty graphic lesbian sex scenes between Naomi Watts and Laura Harring. Ironically, “Mulholland Drive” wasn’t originally conceived as a movie at all. The project started as a television pilot that Lynch shot in 1999 that was rejected by ABC.
You might find yourself watching it with the ‘rents because it’s a well-known “see if you can figure out what on earth is going on” film. It’s film school complicated with surprise sex on top.
3) Team America: World Police
Trey Parker and Matt Stone aren’t exactly known for censored, family-friendly stuff, but they make even South Park look tame with an absurd puppet sex scene that spans several minutes and increasingly ridiculous positions.
To infiltrate the terrorist network, Team America recruits Gary Johnston, a rising star on Broadway, to go undercover. Although initially reluctant to sacrifice his promising career, Gary realizes that his acting gift is needed for a higher cause.
4)The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
“The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” gets the number one spot on our list for its infamous rape scene. It’s also perhaps the film with the greatest risk of accidentally watching it with your parents because it’s a great story with a wildly popular book series behind it. Even though the scene is only a small portion of the movie, it’s incredibly graphic and painful to watch, and Lisbeth’s later retaliation–although something you root for when you watch it–is almost as icky. Bonus uncomfortable points awarded for the father/daughter and sibling rape, as well as Henrik Vanger’s dungeon antics.
This entire movie is pretty damn uncomfortable to watch with your parents, but Mark Wahlberg uncoiling his prosthetic member and telling himself he’s a superstar is the icing on the cake.
From the second it begins, Boogie Nights seizes your senses and pulls you right in: no turning back, no time for debate, no regrets. You’re in for the whole ride (and it’s a long one at nearly two and a half hours), but you wouldn’t dream of having it any other way. As the opening shot of Boogie Nights whooshes us into its disco world (much like the intoxicating long-take restaurant scene in GoodFellas), resistance proves futile.