From Bernardo Bertolucci and Steven Tyler! You know, like Madonna. This is Liv Tyler, who was around 19 years old at the time the film was made, and there is nothing quite like a year-old Liv Tyler now, is there? And, as stated above, she's on a mission during her trip to Tuscany… she wants to lose her virginity. Certainly there are any number of gentlemen who would oblige her in this capacity, though the task finally goes to Ignazio Oliva, who plays a guy named Osvaldo Donati.
Yep, a real studly type. It's the kind of romantic, dimly lit, not-nude-enough scene that your wife or girlfriend will probably dig… but it is Liv Tyler getting it on, so how can we really complain? This dramatic and provocative film has the unfortunate distinction of being one of the most walked-out of movies in the history of the Cannes Film Festival, where it played in The story, told in reverse, follows a woman who is tragically raped and her boyfriend's quest for revenge which culminates in a mercilessly brutal attack.
But we understand why Vincent Cassel's character went completely berserk. Earlier in the story the pair are shown in a tender moment, the one we're highlighting here, just after making love. If you didn't already think that Monica Bellucci was one of the hottest women on the planet, this particular scene is sure to change your mind. And it's all made even more poignant by the fact that Bellucci and Cassel are a real-life couple.
Race Track Lovin' Participants: When you're the perennially-near-death hitman Chev Chelios Jason Statham , your life is devoted to one-upping yourself as much as possible. So how could Chev outdo the mailbox-lovin' he gave his girl, Eve Amy Smart , in the last movie?
By laying her down in the middle of a horse track during a race and letting her have it. But just getting laid on the track in front of a few thousand people isn't enough for Chev, no sir. He's going to put on one of the most impressive sexually athletic displays one can imagine, and he's going to make you feel ashamed that your fat ass can't pull off any of these moves, even if, like Chev, your life depended on it.
The display is so remarkable that when the horses running the track make their way to the couple doing their business, the one that that leaps over them is so turned on that he is displaying a very profound woody. And that's just about the highest seal of approval one could ask for. Show me the money, indeed. Early on in Cameron Crowe's crowd-pleasing Jerry Maguire, Tom Cruise's title character begins to realize something is not quite right with his life.
Even during hot sex with his smoking redheaded fiance Kelly Preston, things are… off. And Cruise's character can just look on in stunned disbelief at how his life is not what it should be. He's a better man than us. In the original Terminator film from , the entire notion of John Connor was nothing more than a twinkle in the eye of Linda Hamilton's Sarah Connor, a simple young waitress whose life goes to the cybernetic dogs when warrior-from-the-future-dude Kyle Reese arrives on the scene, guns a-blazin'.
But it would be a tender yet hot love scene between this unlikely pair that would ultimately lead to the creation of little Johnny Connor. Of course, that's what the grownups would call a time paradox, for if the adult John in the future was the one who sent Kyle back in time to protect Sarah, then how could it be that Kyle's traveling back in time is the whole reason John even exists?
Eh, better to just enjoy the steamy sex between the two, which it turns out, is the first and only time Kyle gets any. Not fair at all for a doomed futuristic cyber-warrior!
But sometimes a little goes a long way. And the super sexy flower scene with Shannyn Sossamon assures this flick's place on our Steamiest list.
Matt Hartnett can't kiss Erica Sossamon or even touch her because he's gone technically celibate, and so he proceeds to pleasure her with a stem of orchids, and by blowing a flower petal all over her naked body. Watching this scene with your girlfriend may cause her to run up your credit card balance with repeated calls to the florist. Alice in Lohmanland Movie: Where the Truth Lies Participants: Where the Truth Lies follows a female journalist, played by the lovely Alison Lohman, who attempts to uncover the truth behind the breakup of a once famous comedy duo played by Kevin Bacon and Colin Firth who dissolved their act following a scandal.
There's a particularly steamy scene in which Lohman's character has an encounter with another girl who happens to be dressed, at least initially, as Alice in Wonderland. Remember that scene in Alice in Wonderland where Alice finds that cookie marked "Eat me"?
Let's just say that in this scenario Lohman is the cookie. The moment is tastefully staged. And while the film itself received relatively negative reviews, this scene is regarded as one of the more realistic depictions of the act in question in the history of cinema. Christina Ricci The Full Steam: Ya done good, Hollywood. You gave us Ricci, in action.
Bonus points for giving her to us more than once: Chained to a radiator, taking advantage of unsuspecting house guests, more chained to a radiator. The only thing sexier than Wednesday Adams all grown up is her in a barely-there T-shirt, chained to a radiator. Ricci's Rae loves the you-know-what; she is literally in heat when she can't satisfy her lust.
It leads her to places, R-rated places, like parties and football fields. It also takes her to the front door of Samuel L. Jackson's house, when her Spidey sends goes a tingling at the presence of a young, unassuming visitor. He had no idea what to expect, but acted accordingly to the sight of Rae coming at him, taking her shirt off and ready for some on-the-floorboards party time. Again, thank you, Tinseltown.
The First Spanking Participants: It's been touted as one of the sexiest scenes on film: The taboo moment starts out slowly, and uncomfortably -- just as it surely would in real life -- but builds to a fever pitch of full-on spanky action. The reaction of Gyllenhaal's character is largely the source of the steaminess. With the camera often fixed on her face, we see a mixture of shock, vulnerability, and satisfaction that really ahem!
Sixty Minute Man Participants: This romantic comedy set in the world of minor league baseball features a third-act love scene between catcher "Crash" Davis Costner and baseball groupie Annie Savoy Sarandon that is equal parts hotness and humor. After his protege -- and Annie's lover -- pitcher "Nuke" LaLoosh Tim Robbins, who would go on to become Sarandon's longtime off-screen partner makes it to the majors and he's let go by the Durham Bulls, a dejected Crash finds solace in the arms and between the legs of Annie.
After three acts of verbal sparring and heavy flirting, Crash and Annie finally consummate their relationship. Although their initial session brims with sexual tension, the film's most memorable love scene happens after Crash paints Annie's toenails as she's tied to the bedposts. Set to The Dominoes tune "Sixty Minute Man," Crash and Annie then engage in a bathtub romp surrounded by more candles than you'd find in church on Christmas.
The happy-go-lucky but none too subtle song perfectly underscores the movie's nostalgic but bawdy approach to sex and romance. Crash and Annie literally make waves in their bathtub frolic, extinguishing several candles as the song climaxes.