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The former, which proved a tonal predecessor to the kind of films Judd Apatow makes.The Comedy: Walter Gibson (John Cusack) hitches a ride to meet a California girl who's promised him some no-strings fun, only to find his crush (Daphne Zuniga) on the same ride as him. The Comedy: See it or be it warned the films kitsch trailer. The Comedy: Jim (Jason Biggs) and his buddies set out to lose their virginities before they graduate college. The Sex: Jim shags an apple pie, then blows his load early (twice) after getting over-excited about seeing Nadia strip. The sex and the comedy are so beautifully intertwined that its impossible to separate them.Ever wondered why certain words were initially coined? Take the word 'raunchy', for example: a rascally bit of language that allows a prudish writer to indicate something sexy, or dirty, without ever having to lower the tone, or get their feet err wet. The Comedy: Eighteen-year-old graduate Ian (Josh Zuckerman) goes on a road trip with his best buds in order to meet a girl hes been sexting online. The rest of the plotline is super-predictable, even if it has its charms. The Sex: Not so much sex as clothes-ripping and bra-baring, but near enough - especially given all the throaty screams going on. The unintentional humour, which comes courtesy of some truly atrocious acting. The Comedy: Rex gets catapulted back through to time and finds himself in an era of cave men and (hurray! The Sex: She cant speak a word, but cave girl Eba knows all about carnal pleasure... The Comedy: Four nubile young ladies set out on a search for seven minutes of heaven. The Sex: Lots of topless action here, as the four lovely ladies flash their goods as often as possible. Meanwhile, his roomie uses a dangling instrument to increase length and girth. The Sex: So many girls in bras and bikinis (and out of bras and bikinis) that we lost count. The Sex: Some ice-meltingly hot babes ensure things are anything but chilly by variously stripping to their smalls and/or wearing nothing but a jacket. The Comedy: No, the paradise part of the title doesnt refer to an Apple store, but a swish hotel (uh, or not), where the usual sexy hijinks ensue. The nerds abroad plotline is fishy, so the sex will have to do. The film is proud to go downhill, fast, according to trailer voice-over bloke. The Comedy: Russell (Leigh Mc Closkey) has to graduate if he wants to come into a lot of money via his trust fund... The Comedy: Billy Batson (Tom Nolan) dies in a horrific car crash, and comes back as a ghost with lustful intentions. The Comedy: Ryan Reynolds stars as the titular Wilder, whos having so much fun at college that hes totally forgotten to graduate. The Comedy: A bunch of high school dudes meet up in detention, where they plot to steal the innocence of a delicate young rose. The Sex: Suggestive gym class exercises, hula-hooping, teddy-bear humping, topless sunbathing Which is Best? The Comedy: A group of friends are sent back to the 80s after a hot tub malfunctions and turns into a time machine. The Sex: Forced blowjobs and a not-that-surprising revelation of just who Jacobs dad is. The former, with the fun 80s humour eclipsing the OTT sex gags.It's the kind of word your old nan might use, either that or 'bawdy', maybe even 'randy' (if she was feeling particularly boisterous). The comedy, because the weird sex is just too much to handle. The Sex: Theres a surprisingly dirty encounter with the Amish, which sure peaked our interest. The Comedy: Rival cheerleaders put away the pom-poms and get the claws out when they come face-to-cherub-face with one another. The Comedy: Awkward teenager Tobe (Dustin Ingram) sets out to meet his favourite 80s porn star Monica Velour (Kim Cattrall) when he discovers shes putting on a show. Plus a steamy elevator shag and Katherine Heigl kissing a girl. The Sex: The nerds stay at the HOTel c ORAL es SEX. beat them by decades, with Scott Baio discovering he has telekinetic powers. The Sex: Shannon Tweed (of The Comedy: Steve Carell gets dumped by his wife Julianne Moore. except he ends up studying at Busterburger University, a place where there are just too many temptations. The Sex: Steamy showers and ghostly encounters between the sheets Which is Best? Though theres plenty of other naughtiness on display, including Kyle (DJ Qualls) sharing a mattress with a big mama. The Sex: Does Reynolds getting naked for art class count? The Comedy: A mens college tennis team fight for survival when a football coach hatches a plan to use their budget for his own devious agenda.
The Sex: Evan gets promised an amazing blow-jay but declines, Seth headbutts the object of his affection by accident, and Mc Lovins nuptials are interrupted by the cops. For once, the comedy eclipses the sexiness--thanks in no small part to Jonah Hill.) plays a pizza delivery boy who delivers more than just pizza, satisfying the desires of bored housewives. The Sex: Kirstie Alley, Carrie Fisher and Angel Kate all take a bite off Dempseys baguette. The Comedy: Alvy Singer (Woody Allen) meets the perfect woman in Annie Hall (Diane Keaton). The Sex: Woody certainly lives up to his name this time around. The Comedy: Lazy stoner Ben (Seth Rogen) has a one night stand with career woman Alison (Katherine Heigl), resulting in a very significant pregnancy. The Comedy: Fifteen-year-old wunderkinds Gray (Anthony Michael Hall) and Wyatt (Ilan Mitchell-Smith) manage to create their perfect woman using their computer. The Sex: Kelly Le Brock shares a shower with her creators, but nothing more. The comedy, more than ably penned by the late, great John Hughes. The sex: if only because it gave us some fantastic, iconic imagery thats now synonymous with seduction. The Sex: Phoebe Cates gets all wet and takes her bikini off, while Jennifer Jason Leigh does naughty things. The Sex: Lots of boob-ogling, plus a nifty/creepy spying device that reveals intimate places. The former, simply because the premise is pure movie gold.With that being said, here's a big old list of outrageously raunchy comedies. follows a teen who is forced to work for his uncles hot tub company when he gets in trouble with the police. The Comedy: When he gets dumped, Scott goes on a tour of Europe looking for the perfect woman. The Sex: The terrifying Amsterdam S&M encounter is a particular highlight. The Sex: Cattrall strips during a sad pole dance show, then strips Tobe during an off-camera shagathon. Happily, Ryan Goslings on hand to show him how to be a player. Meanwhile, Emma Stone and Gosling have a meaningful evening of chit-chat basking in the glory of Goslings abs. The Sex: Uh, theres a female-male rape attempt, which counts for originality. Neither are the best weve ever seen, but The Comedy: Josh Parker (Breckin Meyer) cheats on his girlfriend, and then his video recording of the event is accidentally sent to his girlfriend. OK, well settle for Tajs (Kal Penn) attempts to get laid, including an unfortunate incident with baby oil. The Sex: If you believe the poster, theres at least one super-greasy locker room shagfest. Its genuinely hilarious in places, despite that dreadful title.It's probably not the best idea to read this one at work chaps, but look on the bright side: if anyone catches on to your nasty habits, it'll probably all end up in some kind of hilarious 'reveal' followed by a chaotic, office-wide orgy. The Comedy: Jim (Jason Biggs) and co are now at college, but theyre still up for partying when they reunite for the summer after their first year of studying. The Sex: Three geekazoids have their plans to pass an exam and inherit a fortune ruined by their bondage-loving bro, who hires party girls to distract them. The Comedy: A dead porn star (Sally Hot Lips Kellerman) has to help a geek lose his V-plates before she can rest in peace. The Sex: Shannon Tweed oozes it while wearing very little. The comedy premise, which sounds like something John Hughes dreamed up. The Sex: Pervy aerobics, poolside snogs, bikini-removal-by-fish-pole, compulsive stripping... The Sex: Shelly Long in her bra, and all manner of seedy encounters. Theres not enough of the latter, so itll have to be the former. The Comedy: Matthew (Jonathan Tucker) meets the girl of his dreams in a lift, and then spends the rest of the college year trying to find her again. The Comedy: It came late after the glut of 80s sex comedies, but when things are as exquisitely silly as this - a romp set in a ski resort - we don't mind. The Sex: Its more about the talking than the walking here - these guys are going to have to wait, even if they dont want to. The funny, with most of the giggles coming via a stoned Green. Later, his buddies hook up with other adult stars and film themselves. The Comedy: Harkin Banks (Patrick Houser) swooshes his way from girl to girl as a rather gifted skier. Because, frankly, the comedys often flat as a run-over turd. The Comedy: Johnny Depp and Rob Morrow hide from a jewel thief at a Miami resort, which, luckily for them, is heaving with bikini-clad lovelies. and lives up to that moniker as he falls for the tomboyish Angel (Kristy Mc Nichol), who proves to be anything but. The Comedy: Young Tom Cruise spies a Tijuana road trip as the perfect opportunity to get rid of his virginity. The Comedy: A graduation gathering includes attendees like Jennifer Love Hewitt and Seth Green, who each have their own issues as the school year comes to a close. The Sex: Cue lots of scenes of Elisha Cuthbert in just her undergarments, while a slack-jawed Matthew looks on. The comedy, particularly when it involves an underappreciated Timothy Olyphant.