Gael’s Y tu mama tambien comes third in the “sexiest film” poll

13/02/2010 at 9:15 am Leave a comment

Mickey Rourke and Kim Basinger’s 9 1/2 Weeks has been voted the film with the sexiest moment in cinema.

The 1986 movie, which contains the couple infamous food frolics in front of a fridge, topped a poll by online rental service Lovefilm to find the films with the hottest scenes to celebrate Valentine’s Day, receiving 15 per cent of the vote.

Notoriously raunchy thriller Basic Instinct, starring Sharon Stone and Michael Douglas, came second, followed by Mexican movie Y Tu Mama Tambien, about two young boys who go on a road trip with an older woman.

Monster’s Ball, starring Halle Berry and and Billy Bob Thornton, was voted fourth, with Maggie Gyllenhaal sadomasochistic black comedy Secretary rounding off the top five.

Wild Things, featuring lesbian love scenes between Denise Richards and Neve Campbell came sixth, followed by gay cowboy love story Brokeback Mountain, starring Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal.

Mulholland Drive, starring Naomi Watts and which also features lesbian love scenes, was voted into eighth place, followed by stalker thriller Fatal Attraction, starring Glen Close and Michael Douglas.

The 10th spot was taken by Mr And Mrs Smith which starred Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie as husband and wife spies.

Films that missed out on the top 10 included Titanic, Body Of Evidence and The Big Easy.

Compiled for Latin American Film blog from Source: The Press Association

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