Let’s take a look at the 5 most erotic movie scenes ever. The films include a Sharon Stone murder mystery, a Spanish-language road movie, and the final film of Stanley Kubrick’s career. Here are the most erotic movie scenes ever.
"Basic Instinct" (1992). It’s possible that no other scene has been copied or spoofed more in the last twenty years. Sharon Stone sits in an interrogation room and reveals what’s under her dress to a room full of horny investigators. Director Paul Verhoeven famously features a brief, “did they or didn’t they” shot of Stone’s goodies. “Not only did that brief close-up transform Sharon Stone from a dull B-movie actress into a controversial mega-star,” but it also changed the way eroticism was to be seen in the movies.
"Eyes Wide Shut" (1999). There are a lot of memorable scenes in acclaimed director Stanley Kubrick’s final film, but nothing beats Tom Cruise’s long walk through a private mansion party orgy. The scene is shot in long, gliding takes, where a disguised Cruise takes in the glorious sights and sounds in one crowded room after another.
"Y tu Mama Tambien" (2001). Again, there are plenty of erotic scenes in Alfonso Cuaron’s masterpiece, but the best of the bunch is the last one, when both Diego Luna and Gael Garcia Bernal take part in a three-way with Maribel Verdu. The scene is tantalizing for a while but turns its most erotic when she starts kissing the boy’s happy places below frame and the camera zooms in on Luna and Bernal, who can’t help but start kissing each other.
"The Dreamers" (2003). This magnificent film, directed by Bernardo Bertolucci and one of the few in the last decade rated NC-17, features an insanely hot scene in which the beautiful Eva Green gets on her knees and pulls down the pants of the boyish Michael Pitt to reveal his genitals, as well as a photo of herself.
- "Shortbus" (2006). This movie is just one long series of erotic scenes, but the opening medley of hardcore sex scenes, featuring sex toys, fellatio, domination, and even urination in a bathtub, has to be the most erotic openings in the history of motion pictures.