It’s movie night! But what movie should you watch? There are so many movies to pick from. Should you do something with some serious action? Like a Bourne movie or the latest super hero flick? Or should you pick something with wider appeal, like a comedy or a drama? But what if everyone is tired of the same old comedies and dramas? What can you do then?
You could always get a little weird with it. We’re talking raunchy weird. You could have a movie marathon that features steamy scenes! Or, even better, you could feature movies that have oral sex in them. And what if it actually took place? We’re talking full-on, unsimulated action between two consenting adults. Not only is that a bit of a turn on (if that’s your thing), but that’s also an incredibly rare thing. And yet we still tracked down some outstanding selections.
We browsed the hot and heavy film catalogue to come up with a list of ten movies that have oral sex in them. Hopefully like your own bedroom, there was no faking here! See how your viewing experience changes when you realize these acts are actually happening. Hollywood has all kinds of ways to suggest sex without actually having it take place. That is not the case with this list.
10. The Brown Bunny
This film isn’t to be confused with any Peter Cottontail story. The Brown Bunny came out in 2003. It was written, produced, directed, and starred in by Vincent Gallo. The Brown Bunny tells the story of a motorcycle racer named Bud Clay. He is looking to replace a former lover of his, and he actively meets new women as he drives across the country to get to another race.
The Brown Bunny makes you wait until the end of the movie to catch the unsimulated blowing. We don’t want to spoil the ending, but we will tell you exactly what happens, but Bud Clay definitely doesn’t have himself any issues at finding a new woman to help make him forget about his past lover!
9. Pink Flamingos
Pink Flamingos is a 1972 film, allegedly a comedy, that was written, directed, filmed, produced, and edited by John Waters. The film stars a drag queen named Divine, and her driving action through the entire film is to maintain her title of “the filthiest person alive”, so at least you may have seen this coming?
There are a lot of bizarre antics, but you probably also didn’t see the chicken-crushing sex that also occurs. At one point (spoiler alert) Divine and her son in the film are being ‘inappropriate’ in someone’s house. This turns them on, so Divine performs unsimulated oral on her son in the movie, Crackers. Nothing like a little guy on guy blow job action to kick a film into high gear!
This 2009 film deals with some serious craziness. There’s a child death and a lot of grief and depression. The grieving couple try to cope by going to their cabin in the woods, which is never a good idea in a film like this. The sex they have is real. But, the actors playing the characters are not the ones getting it on. Instead, the production team decided to use professional adult stars as body doubles.
Not a bad play! Who better to have sex on screen than those who make a living doing it? By the sound it, you’ll have completely forgotten about these scenes by the time you get to the end of the movie.
Shortbus is a comedy from 2006 with plenty of eroticism and sexual exploration. It focuses on a few different couples as they navigate their way through various frustrations. They are all connected through a Brooklyn sex salon. As you can imagine, the film is rife with suggestive cinematography.
The scenes include graphic details that you would expect out of an adult film, not a comedy! The film centers around the lives of hetero and homosexual couples, and some bisexual experimentation. There’s a little something in there for everyone. In addition, there are group elements, and even a dominatrix presence.
6. The Image
The Image is an oldie but a goodie, and a graphic one. It is a drama that was released in 1975 and released again as an edited version in 1976. It deals with lesbian sadomasochism. Middle-aged women torture a youthful slave girl. It has everything you could want in a sadomasochistic adult drama: bondage, whipping, urination, and oral!
On the surface it sounds like a glorified sadomasochistic adult flick. In truth, the characters experience some growth as they explore themes of sadomasochism. Everyone knows you don’t experience character growth in a skin flick! That is why The Image gets the adult drama classification.
5. 9 Songs
9 Songs is a romantic drama art film released in 2004. It centers around the relationship of a guy and a girl over the period of a year. It’s from the perspective of the male in the relationship. The couple has a shared love of live music, which drives the settings for the film and informs the film’s name choice as well. Sounds benign enough, right? Well, the film also has unsimulated sex! As is typically the case, there was some controversy surrounding the content. It isn’t hard to see why some people were up in arms!
4. Battle In Heaven
Despite the suggestive nature of the title, this movie takes place on Earth. This Mexican-German-French film from 2005 takes on some pretty dark plot points. We won’t spoil it for you, but the main character is a middle-aged, working class man that serves as the driver for “The General.” “The General” has a daughter that works in the sex trade, and it’s in these instances that the viewer gets exposure to the unsimulated action.
There is more than one graphic scene in the film. When the main character has sex with his wife, it is simulated. This allegedly took place at the request of the wife in the movie’s real-life husband. The scenes between the main character and the young woman, the daughter of “the General,” are the real deal.
3. In the Cut
In the Cut barely makes the cut on account of the brevity of the scene in question. Still, it makes the list! This film came out in 2003, and it’s a thriller mystery film with a good bit of eroticism. It stars Meg Ryan, who you might have heard of, and Mark Ruffalo, who you have definitely heard of. Or you’ll at least know who he is when I tell you he plays the Incredible Hulk in the new Avengers movies.
The unsimulated fellatio in this film takes place pretty early on. Meg Ryan’s character sees someone getting a blow job in the basement of a bar on the way to the bathroom. And in the unrated director’s cut, that BJ is as real as they come.
2. Lie With Me
This Canadian film hit the drama scene in 2005. It centers pretty much entirely around a heterosexual pair. They are both sexually aggressive and they seem to have commitment issues. The movie follows their journey as they get to know each other and slide in and out of a relationship. The movie also features gratuitous amounts of explicit sex. Unsimulated fellatio is included. There’s also some more traditional intercourse.
Interesting characters and graphic sexual content… How do you beat that? There’s also some female masturbation, and some VHS porn too. It’s rating indicates that you might be better off just watching the movie for the explicit scenes.
French-Argentinian director Gaspar Noe directed this 2015 film. He presented it at the Cannes film festival. It is a sexually explicit film. It’s also in 3D. All the intercourse was unsimulated, and there’s a good amount of it. In most films you see, the directors tip toe around the idea of making love. Not so in Love. Gaspar Noe dives head first into the passion. He mentions that the experience was pretty hands-off for him. He would just get the actors into the right positions, and let them take care of the rest. No choreography involved. Just some good, ol’ fashioned love making.