Does Amazon Prime have porn? Well, the answer is an obvious no. While there are certainly many R-rated and even NC-17 rated movies on Amazon Prime, you won’t find films that are classified as porn, because frankly, the MPAA hasn’t created a category for a film to be labeled as one. But yes, Amazon does have several great adult movies. The question isn’t what adult movies are? As the filmmakers are making a welcome choice of picking bold subject matters, and the use of graphics and verbal violence is increasing in the films, it has become necessary to keep some stuff out of the reach of children. Here’s the list of top adult movies on Amazon Prime. Be warned that several of the films on the list consist of graphic nudity, which may not be suitable for all.
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15. The Taste of Money (2012)
Imbued with the soap-operatic sensationalism of a typical Korean drama, ‘The Taste of Money’ is an erotic thriller about a wealthy family and their moral bankruptcy, which leads them to eventual ruination. The matriarch, Baek Geum-ok (Youn Yuh-jung), is ruthless and vindictive. After discovering that her husband, Chairman Yoon (Baek Yoon-sik), is involved in an affair with their Filipina maid, Eva, she starts having sex with Yoon’s private secretary Joo Young-jak (Kim Kang-woo). The police apprehend their son Yoon Chul (On Joo-wan) for aiding an American commit financial fraud.
The business originally belonged to Geum-ok’s father. Yoon only married Geum-ok to further his own ambitions. The most prevalent theme in the movie is the moral degradation caused by wealth. After Yoon’s and Eva’s affair becomes known to the public, the family’s reputation is completely shattered. An enraged Geum-ok lashes out against the only person she can discard easily, Eva.
14. Adore (2013)
In ‘Adore’ (known as ‘Adoration’ in Australia), director Anne Fontaine explores dangerously risqué themes in a story about forbidden love. Based on the short story ‘The Grandmothers,’ the movie follows Lil (Naomi Watts) and Roz (Robin Wright), two longtime friends, who begin affairs with each other’s sons, Ian (Xavier Samuel) and Tom (James Frecheville). Years pass, and the boys ultimately move out of their homes, but the connections they have built with their respective lovers remain intact and eventually draw them back.
The film’s softcore plot has been criticized as “trashy” by many reviewers, but the remarkable performances that Watts and Wright deliver add a level of relatability to the storyline. ‘Adore’ suffers for its uneven pace, clunky dialogues, and general directionlessness, but it is still a gorgeous film, and not just because of the beautiful people who star in it.
13. Bang Gang (A Modern Love Story) (2015)
Directed by first-time filmmaker Eva Husson, ‘Bang Gang’ is an erotic drama about the limitless curiosity of adolescence. The film’s camera captures its young main characters’ insatiable desire to know the unknown as they indulge in virtually everything about which they have been warned—from unprotected sex to substance abuse to filming and posting videos without explicit consent from others.
‘Bang Gang’ begins with Biarritz-native Alex (Finnegan Oldfield) suddenly finding himself alone at his home when his mother travels outside France for work. This abrupt freedom allows him to host wild parties at his home without any inhibition. Ultimately, consequences come knocking at his door when someone catches a sexually transmitted disease, someone else gets pregnant, and videos from his parties begin circulating on the internet.
12. Wild Things (1998)
No other Hollywood mainstream film since ‘Basic Instinct’ took as much liberty in portraying sex as John McNaughton’s ‘Wild Things.’ It has several memorable steamy sequences, including a threesome between Sam (Matt Dillon), Suzie (Nave Campbell), and Kelly (Denise Richards), and a nude Kevin Bacon stepping out of the shower. While the film is almost over-indulgent with its depiction of sex, its impeccable and suspenseful script makes it an unforgettable neo-noir crime thriller. There are so many twists and turns in the story that it keeps its audience perpetually at the edge of their seats.
The plot revolves around Kelly and Suzie, two young girls from vastly different financial backgrounds. Although they accuse Sam, their school’s guidance counselor, of rape, they claim during the trial that they were lying earlier because they wanted to make him suffer. Suzie hated him because he didn’t get her out of jail one time, and Kelly disliked him because he was involved in an affair with her mother. After Sam receives $8.5 million in settlement money from Kelly’s family, it is revealed that the three of them had planned the entire thing. Bacon’s Ray Duquette is a police officer who begins suspecting possible collusion.
11. Lady Chatterley’s Lover (1981)
Despite being an author of a considerable amount of non-fiction literature, D. H. Lawrence offered possibly the best arguments for his views on class, society, sexuality, and feminism in his 1928 (private) controversial novel ‘Lady Chatterley’s Lover.’ Over the years, it has been adapted for the big screen multiple times. In this French adaptation by Just Jaeckin, Dutch actress Sylvia Kristel portrays Lady Constance Chatterley, an upper-class English woman whose husband returns from the war paralyzed from the waist down.
Dealing with growing sexual and emotional frustration, Constance turns to their estate’s gamekeeper, Oliver Mellors (Nicholas Clay), for comfort. Jaeckin approaches Lawrence’s prose’s sensualness in an unhurried manner, using the idyllic setting of the English countryside to juxtapose Constance’s conflicting emotions. The film was not commercially successful immediately after its release, but the producers made their money back through home video sales.
10. Good Dick (2008)
A man works at a video store where he watches a woman who is a regular customer. Fixated on her, the man decides to woo her, but the woman doesn’t respond to his attempts. He decides to take more intense measures to gain her attention, to which he succeeds after a while, and an affair begins between the two of them. However, the affair is short-lived because the woman seems haunted by something terrible that happened to her in her past.
9. The Neon Demon (2016)
Fashion is one of the most cut-throat industries. It is all about looks and beauty and youth. This becomes the subject matter for ‘The Neon Demon.’ The film starts with Jesse, a 16-year-old girl who dreams of becoming a successful model. When she moves to Los Angeles, her spirits are lifted by her agent, who tells her that she is perfect for modeling. Despite her confidence, she feels intimidated by other models who are jealous of her fresh face. Soon, Jesse learns to survive in the industry and becomes successful. But she has to pay the cost of success with her innocence.
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8. Angelica (2015)
Set in Victorian London, this film tells the story of Constance. She falls in love with Dr. Joseph Barton, and after some time, they get married. Their relationship grows more passionate with time, and Constance meets a sexual awakening in her married life. But, their pleasures come to an end when Constance gives birth to their daughter, Angelica. The mother and daughter had almost died in childbirth. Due to these complications, the doctors advised the couple to abstain. While it seems easy to do so in the beginning, as time passes, the husband and wife find themselves frustrated. To add to their problems, there is a malevolent presence in their house.
7. Bound (2015)
40-year-old Michelle Mulan is rather frustrated with her life because she does not get any sexual satisfaction from her boyfriend. Her life completely turns around when Michelle meets a man called Ryan Black in a restaurant. Though much younger than her, Ryan manages to entice Michelle into a world of pleasure she has been craving. He introduces her to BDSM, and this completely changes Michelle’s perspective on sex. However, after a few days go by, she slowly comes to realize that Ryan is a predator and that there are many dark secrets in his life which he is hiding from her. ‘Bound’ has ample skin show, and despite having a rather predictable plot, it never fails to entertain.
6. A Minute’s Silence (2016)
Stella Petersen was an English teacher at a school in a small town. Her tragic, untimely death shakes everyone to the core. As the school observes a minute’s silence for their teacher, one student, in particular, looks back at his time with the teacher. For Christian, Stella hadn’t just been a teacher. During the summer, they had been involved with each other. The age difference is considerably low between them, and they had found common grounds that attracted them to each other. But the romantic summer that they spent together came to an end with Stella’s death.
5. Stripped To Kill (1987)
A 1980s sexploitation film, ‘Stripped To Kill’ is something you can enjoy while watching, but there is not much in this film you can take back. The central character of this film is a policewoman called Cody, who works undercover at Los Angeles’ Skid Row. She and her partner Heineman witness a stripper, Angel, being murdered, and to look into the matter more precisely, Cody herself takes a job at a strip club.
The two of them start investigating, and their prime suspect becomes another stripper called Roxanne, who had a romantic affiliation with Angel. Matters get complicated further when Heineman and Cody end up sleeping together and later fight. However, their investigations lead them to a shocking truth, which changes their perspective about the murder in question. Yes, the film is sleazy in certain parts, and there is hardly any artistic merit to it. But you simply cannot deny its entertainment quotient.
4. Felix and Meira (2014)
Meira lives in Montreal with her husband and her daughter. Her society is Orthodox Jewish, which places a lot of constraints and expectations on her. Meira is already dissatisfied with her married life and doesn’t want to have more children, considering that women in her community have a bunch of children. Her husband rebukes her for not having an understanding of the rules set for the community. After all this frustration that she receives from her husband, it becomes quite obvious why she finds herself attracted to another man. Felix had been mourning the death of his father when he met Meira. Seeing that he wasn’t someone who was married and had children, she realized that he didn’t submit to the standards of society. Soon, they begin an affair.
3. Natasha (2015)
This film is based on a collection of short stories called ‘Natasha and Other Stories’ written by David Bezmozgis, who also directed the film. It shows the struggle of Mark Berman in trying to stay away from Natasha. Mark is an ideal boy, focused on his work, and always shied away from taking any significant responsibilities. His uncle marries a woman from Moscow, who arrives with her 14-year-old daughter. Mark’s parents, to change his slacking behavior, make him take care of her, considering that she is new in town and doesn’t know anyone. As Mark spends more time with Natasha, he comes to know about her past that just seems too scandalous for a teenager. Even though Mark is hesitant at first, a romance soon develops between the two of them.
2. The Virgin Suicides (1999)
‘The Virgin Suicides’ is the first feature film helmed by director Sofia Coppola, and with this film itself, she managed to seal her position as a tour de force in Hollywood. The film begins with a group of boys who have grown up together, who are now men, discussing their childhood. The film then shifts to the past, and we see that the center of interest for these boys are the five Lisbon daughters, who are their neighbors.
The girls live under the watchful eyes of their parents, and thus, it becomes rather difficult to even approach them. Coppola brilliantly captures the voyeuristic tendencies of teenage boys who try to get close to these girls. One of the sisters shockingly kills herself, and this incident further creates a distance between the Lisbons and the entire neighborhood. As the story moves forward, we realize that each of these girls’ lives is shrouded in tragedy. The film brilliantly captures the eerie nature of the story and communicates a lot without using much dialogue.
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1. The Handmaiden (2016)
A conman decides to marry a Japanese heiress in order to gain her inheritance. He formulates an elaborate plan wherein he plants a con artist as a handmaiden to the heiress. The plan is for the handmaiden to slowly and cleverly push the heiress towards marrying the conman. After the wedding, the conman plans to prove the handmaiden as mentally ill, which will result in her being sent to an asylum, leaving him with the inheritance all to himself. What he doesn’t consider is the past of the heiress, which is darker than what he had planned for her.
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Staff Reporter On 13, Nov 2020
Let’s face it. Sometimes, life isn’t easy. Sometimes, there isn’t an easy solution. Sometimes, elections, referendums or other global events seem completely beyond your control. And sometimes, you just need something to distract you, cheer you up and make you feel that bit better about the world.
For any emergency you may encounter, here are the best feel-good movies included with Amazon Prime:
This catchy music comedy will get your sides splitting and vocal chords humming.
The Princess Bride
As you wish.
Crazy Rich Asians
Utter joy from start to finish, Crazy Rich Asians is the rom-com the world needs right now.
Eddie the Eagle
Dexter Fletcher’s film about the real life British skier who became an unlikely sporting legend is irresistibly feel-good stuff. Irresistibly, we say.
21 Jump Street
Directed with an eye for physical slapstick and an unrelenting pace, Phil Lord and Chris Miller proved themselves the perfect match for The LEGO Movie with this comedy; a laugh-out-loud adventure bursting with anarchic imagination.
A charming, funny film that embraces everyone in the audience, regardless of age or origin.
Jessie Buckley’s star is born in this irresistibly feel-good country music hit.
Emma Thompson and Mindy Kalin are wonderful together in this important but feel-good comedy about the need for diversity in the workplace.
This entertaining, warm-hearted high school movie is one of 2019’s funniest films.
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Brittany Runs a Marathon
Written and directed by Paul Downs Colaizzo, the comedy-drama stars Jillian Bell as a woman who decides to turn her life around by committing to running a marathon. The result is a feel-good crowd-pleaser that Amazon didn’t hesitate to snap up at Sundance.
Shaun the Sheep the Movie
Is there an institution more British than Aardman? The animation studio bring their stop-motion sheep (first seen in Wallace and Gromit’s A Close Shave) to the big screen, as he takes the herd of whimsical woollies to the big city to find their farmer. This isn’t a cynical cash-in, though: there isn’t a cynical bone in Aardman’s body. Told in almost silence, this is a charming slice of perfectly executed slapstick.
The Hundred Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared
This adaptation of the book of the same name is bright, vibrant and an immeasurable amount of fun.
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Stan & Ollie
Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly capture the magic of entertainment and friendship in this warm, winning biopic.
Excellent performances from Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali elevate a dated, conventional script in this true story of an unlikely friendship.
The Parking Lot Movie
This wonderful 2010 documentary, unseen by most, is a winning portrait of a group of artistic and overeducated car park attendants as they wage war against the people who park in their car park.
The Big Sick
Funny, moving and sharply written, The Big Sick is a romance you’ll never get tired of.
If Beale Street Could Talk
A beautiful story of love, dignity and respect, this lyrical masterpiece is one of the best films of the year.
Beyond the Lights
Gina Prince-Bythewood’s deeply likeable crowd-pleaser about a singer and her bodyguard, starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw, boasts one of the best performances by a British actress in recent years.
Taika Waititi’s hilarious, heartfelt study of failed father figures and resilient, optimistic youth is a charming coming-of-age gem.
Ernest & Celestine
This universal tale of an unlikely friendship charms your socks off with its humour and heart.
Hunt for the Wilderpeople
Funny and feel-good, Taika Waititi’s majestical coming-of-age comedy is a daft and delightful adventure.