The Playlist Staff. The scene occurs when porn impresario Burt Reynolds brings home young busboy Mark Wahlberg and introduces him to one of his stars, played by Heather Graham , who quickly whips off her onesie, exposing her nubile frame and jolting an audience that, up until this point, had been exclusively dazzled by the brisk characterization and virtuoso camerawork. Graham, for her part, is effervescent and charming and goddamn flawless as the girl next door gone to the dark side. And while there is one sequence that certainly has an amount of kicky sexuality an amazing sexual montage set just as our main character enters a new relationship , the other nude scene is so plain that it almost feels like commentary on the nude scene itself. It involves Michelle Williams , Sarah Silverman and Jennifer Podemski , all in a locker room shower, talking about bathing.
What exactly is gratuitous nudity? Cinema in the Seventies was basically one long nude scene; it would be easier to list films without nudity than with. To learn that she was topless for even a microsecond was epic news from sea to shining sea. The movie itself was only so-so, but did it really matter? A girl is innocently playing piano, when a cosmic vortex sucks the clothing off her body and catapults her naked from a chimney. Need I say more? On the right in the picture below is Rene Estevez, the daughter of Martin Sheen. But who cares about those two celeb relatives when at left is Valerie Hartman. I lost count how many times this girl removes her top throughout the course of this film. I literally began to wonder if the girl had a medical condition where her breasts were allergic to fabric; hence the constant shedding of clothing.
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Instead, these are legitimate movies that just so happen to contain a lot of nudity, and we mean a lot. In fact, only a few movies listed here were able to achieve an R-rating, while the rest either went unrated or were slapped with an ill-fated NC There are plenty of reasons to put nudity in your movies, whether it be to make the audience feel more vulnerable, to turn up the heat of a love scene, or to ensure that teenage boys everywhere will be flocking to see the latest coming-of-age comedy. So if you think that more nudity means a more enjoyable movie than you are sadly mistaken. In fact, a number of movies featured here are near impossible to sit through, let alone enjoy. And instead of being aroused by the on-screen skin, you're much more likely to feel bad for what many of these actors put themselves through. Easily the most recognizable movie on this list, this Martin Scorsese film found Leonardo DiCaprio and newcomer Margot Robbie letting it all hang out to help tell the real life story of Wall Street stock broker Jordan Belfort. Though Scorsese is known for packing his movies with graphic scenes of all sorts, The Wolf of Wall Street contains an obscene amount of nude scenes throughout its lengthy three-hour runtime, which is exactly the point. And in the film's final scene, we get a lengthy close up that leaves little left to the imagination. Though Stanley Kubrick had tackled the topics of sex, lust, and jealousy in a number of his films before, he decided to make it the focal point of his final film, Eyes Wide Shut.