10 movies you should NEVER watch with your parents!

2015-06-12 05:00

Cape Town - No matter how cool your parents are, some movies are made to be watched alone or with a group of friends and some should just never be watched with your parents, ever!

We have compiled a list of movies you should think twice before watching them with your parents (it's not worth that awkward situation).

(Be warned, all of the below contain either intense and/or nude sex scenes)

1. 50 Shades Of Grey:

'Cos no parent wants to picture their daughter as Christian Grey's sex slave...

2. Black Swan:

This movie is not just about the darkness of the ballet world, there's also girl on girl action and female masturbation. 

3. Magic Mike:

While male stripping is always a good idea, male grinding while your parents are watching... maybe not. 

4. American Pie:

There are some jokes you don't want your parents to know you get and no one wants to explain what #MILF means. 

5. Brokeback Mountain:

While 2 cowboys in love doesn't seem as groundbreaking as it did when it came out, the intensity between the two might make you wish you were watching it alone.

6. Chloe:

Amanda Seyfried is turned into a sexual predator who manages to seduce Julianne Moore and eventually becomes obsessed with her. 

7. Basic Instinct:

1. Sharon Stone 2. The interrogation scene.

8. Love and Other Drugs:

Basically Anne Hathaway and Jake Gyllenhaal are having sex all the time. Great sex symbols to watch, minus your parents. 

9. Boogie Nights:

1. It's about the porn industry. 2. Mark Wahlberg's penis.

10. Wolf of Wall Street:

1. Sex 2. Drugs 3. Alcohol 4. Hookers 5. Sex, basically never ever ever watch this movie with your parents, EVER!

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