Top 10 Unrated Movies
10 Van Wilder (2002)
National Lampoon's Van Wilder (2002) is a comedy film starring Ryan Reynolds as Van Wilder. This is the story of Van, a friendly, outgoing and very popular student who has been in college for seven years. He makes no effort to study or graduate and spends all his partying and 'fundraising'. When his father gets tired of his behavior, he stops paying his tuition and this forces Van to become a professional party thrower to sustain his stay in college. More info on IMDB
9 I Spit on your Grave (2010)
When Jennifer Hills (Sarah Butler), a writer by profession, takes a retreat to a cabin in the countryside woods, some morally depraved locals take notice of her and set out to 'teach her a lesson'. What starts as a quiet evening with small terrifying humiliation and intimidation acts escalates into a night of physical abuse, rape and terror by the town's sheriff and a gang of other bigots. Jennifer manages to stay alive and later returns to the cabin to get revenge on what was done to her. More info on IMDB
8 Henry & June (1990)
It is the year 1931. Anais Nin (Maria de Medeiros), a struggling author trying to complete her first book, is married to Hugo (Richard E. Grant) but she feels unsatisfied sexually and secretly nurtures her sexual curiosity. Through Richard (Kevin Spacey), Hugo's friend, Anais meets Henry Miller (Fred Ward) an American writer with similar passions as Anais. They start a simple friendship that later leads to a complicated but dramatic story of love, betrayal and jealousy between spouses and external factors.
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7 Road Trip (2000)
Longtime friends Josh (Breckin Meyer) and Tiffany (Rachel Blanchard) hooked up and became high school sweethearts. Their relationship faces a hurdle when Josh is accepted at the University of Ithaca and Tiffany at the University of Austin. Though they make a promise to communicate regularly and stay true to each other, Tiffany goes quiet when her grandmother passes away and Josh mistakenly thinks she is seeing someone else. He makes a daily video diary and mails it to her but when he learns of his mistake, he goes with 3 friends on an 1800 mile road trip to retrieve the tape.
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6 Hot Tub Time Machine (2010)
Three friends, Adam Yates' (John Cusack), Nick Webber (Craig Robinson) and Lou Dorchen (Rob Corddry), bored with their lives decide to go on a retreat to a ski resort. However, while there, a malfunction on the time machine sends them back to 1986. This comical adventurous sci-fi is the story of these three friends - how ridiculous their early lives were and how they have fun without interfering with events that may cause Adam's cousin Jacob (Clark Duke) not to be born.
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5 Euro Trip (2004)
Euro Trip (EuroTrip) is a 2004 comedy adventure film written by David Mandel, Alec Berg and Jeff Schaffer and directed by Schaffer. The film is a story of Scott 'Scotty' Thomas (Scott Mechlowicz) travelling across Europe looking for his German pen pal Mieke (Jessica Boehrs). His quest takes him to Amsterdam, Paris, London, Berlin, Bratislava and Rome and all through his travels he encounters embarrassing and awkward situations. Other stars in the film are Michelle Trachtenberg, Jacob Pitts and Travis Wester. More info on IMDB
4 Get Him to the Greek (2010)
Get Him to the Greek was written, produced and directed by Nicholas Stroller and stars Jonah Hill (as Aaron Green) and Russel Brand (as Aldous Snow). This comedy film is a spin-off sequel to a 2008 film by Stroller 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall'. It is a story about an ambitious young company intern (Aaron) tasked to transport an alcoholic and unpredictable rock musician (Aldous) to the Greek in Los Angeles. Although Aaron is warned by his boss Sergio Roma (Sean Combs) never to let Aldous out of his sight, so many things go wrong during the journey that put Aaron's job on the line.
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3 Sex Drive (2008)
Sex Drive is a perfect example of an unrated cut film – explicit in nudity and humor sex. This is a comedy film about Ian Lafferty (Josh Zuckerman), a high school graduate who goes on a road trip to meet up with a girl that he met online. Ian is secretly in love with his childhood friend Felicia Alpine but Felicia thinks of him as a platonic friend only. Ian's best friend, Lance Johnson (Clark Duke) on the other hand is having success with the girls and this makes Ian jealous. In a surprising twist, Felicia and Lance decide to join Ian on his trip and the rest is a tale of misadventures and mishaps. More info on IMDB
2 American Pie (1999)
American Pie is a high school suburban tale of Jim (Jason Biggs) and his friends. Jim is a constantly horny high school senior and he has buddies who are equally obsessed with getting laid. Jim's friends, Kevin (Thomas Ian Nicholas), Oz (Chris Klein) and Finch (Eddie Kaye Thomas) are completely different people, both in personalities and appearances but what they have in common holds them together and drives them into all sorts of mischief. The American Pie was a box office success and is based on the 'American Pie' folk song. More info on IMDB
1 Animal House (1978)
National Lampoon's Animal House, though over 30 years old, remains my favorite unrated film of all time. Animal House is a spin-off from the National Lampoon Magazine and revolves around a group misfit fraternity group members challenging their university's administration and staying relevant amidst dejection by the 'popular' rich students. The film was produced by Ivan Reitman and Matty Simmons and stars John Belushi, Karen Allen and Tom Hulce. More info on IMDBThis sums up the best rated unrated films of all time. If there is one you have not watched yet, start looking for it, it will be worth the trouble.