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8 Best Sex Movies of 2018 So Far
Fifty Shades Freed
The Fifty Shades trilogy comes to a titillating close in the final film in the series, which sees newlyweds Christian and Anastasia Grey alternating balancing the usual troubles (corporate intrigue and unhinged stalkers) with their ongoing BDSM playtime.
Speaking of Fifty Shades, this charming rom-com follows four lifelong friends (Diane Keaton, Candice Bergen, Jane Fonda, and Mary Steenburgen) who find a late-in-life spark after reading E. L. James’s racy romance book.
How to Talk to Girls at Parties
John Cameron Mitchell directs this wackadoo sci-fi/comedy-period piece in which a beautiful alien named Zan (Elle Fanning) explores the confounding world of late ’70s London, where she meets a handsome punk named Enn (Alex Sharp).
Elle Fanning stars in this moody biopic about the woman who would change English literature forever with her novel, Frankenstein. But before she was an acclaimed writer, she was just a young goth losing her virginity to poet Percy Shelley on her mother’s grave.
Teen sex comedies are a dime a dozen, but director Kay Cannon puts a feminist spin on this raucous film about three high school girls who vow to lose their virginity on prom night—much to the dismay of their parents, who band together to stop their kids from hooking up.
On Chesil Beach
Your first time can be awkward and confusing, as evidenced in this romance starring Saoirse Ronan and Billy Howle, who play young newlyweds who are completely unprepared for their wedding night.
The sexiest attractions can be the kind that’s frowned upon. Rachel Weisz plays a woman who returns to the Orthodox Jewish community that shunned her—and restarts a forbidden romance with her former best friend (Rachel McAdams) .
After an injury derails her ballet career, Dominika (Jennifer Lawrence) is recruited by the Russian government to be a spy. Tasked with seducing a handsome CIA agent played by Joel Edgerton, Dominika sees her chance for freedom from the state that is controller her—and her body.