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bala
02-23-2009, 11:02 AM
Ok I'm just curious and this topic might locked by the moderators but I'm going ask when you guys watch movies there a ***/nude scene do you watch it or fast-forward it?.

For me this depends on the actors/actress. i don't mind nude scenes but when it comes other scenes i tend fast-forward it.:rolleyes:

lono1126
02-23-2009, 01:00 PM
Ok I'm just curious and this topic might locked by the moderators but I'm going ask when you guys watch movies there a ***/nude scene do you watch it or fast-forward it?.

For me this depends on the actors/actress. i don't mind nude scenes but when it comes other scenes i tend fast-forward it.:rolleyes:

That all depends on where my loyalties lie on that day.:D

mcleod
02-23-2009, 01:05 PM
:confused: what a wierd question bala, personally i think scenes like that are included to help tell the story so i just let them play through. i can understand why people would want to skip them though but it downgrades the film in my oppinion.

lono1126
02-23-2009, 01:08 PM
:confused: what a wierd question bala, personally i think scenes like that are included to help tell the story so i just let them play through. i can understand why people would want to skip them though but it downgrades the film in my oppinion.

Some people are just a little sensitive when it comes to scenes like these. No?:confused:

Celticmaidn
02-23-2009, 05:06 PM
I minimize the screen until dialoge starts again as I find it unnessasary in most cases.

thebest2k8
02-23-2009, 09:26 PM
yea i agree i just let it play through, it dosen't hurt to see some skin every now and then anyways :)

bala
02-23-2009, 10:40 PM
Well i don't consider it an odd question it tell you about type of person but i need make first comment clear i don't skip it unless they start making noises if they just fooling around i just watch it it's only when they start doing it i have to skip. when i teenager it intresting to watch but as adult it's not.

it dosen't hurt to see some skin every now -that depends on whether it nice to look at or not-don't you think?

kahmeleone
02-23-2009, 11:09 PM
Depends on who is in the room... I try not to watch anything i'm going to have to stop for the sake of my kids.... I've a lot of catching up to !

gypsiegirl66
02-23-2009, 11:39 PM
Well i don't consider it an odd question it tell you about type of person but i need make first comment clear i don't skip it unless they start making noises if they just fooling around i just watch it it's only when they start doing it i have to skip. when i teenager it intresting to watch but as adult it's not.

it dosen't hurt to see some skin every now -that depends on whether it nice to look at or not-don't you think?


If I am watching a movie, and a "rude" scene comes on, I might watch, or turn my head (depending on the scene). I don't take them personally. I don't care for them, but I don't have to. I always have the choice, to not watch the scene, to turn it off, or leave the theater. I actually find, scenes about abortion, child abuse, violent s** crimes... much more disturbing, than some skin or fowl language. Some people, find blood and guts more disturbing, but I have no problem with it. We are all, bothered by different things. That is one of the great things, about the human race. If we all liked the same thing, it would be kind of boring.

Personally, I don't think that whether or not you can watch (or enjoy), a "rude" scene or not, can validate the kind of person you are. Some people have just lived more, seen more, and/or are able to tolerate more.

m0viem0nster
02-24-2009, 07:03 AM
If I am watching a movie, and a "rude" scene comes on, I might watch, or turn my head (depending on the scene). I don't take them personally. I don't care for them, but I don't have to. I always have the choice, to not watch the scene, to turn it off, or leave the theater. I actually find, scenes about abortion, child abuse, violent s** crimes... much more disturbing, than some skin or fowl language. Some people, find blood and guts more disturbing, but I have no problem with it. We are all, bothered by different things. That is one of the great things, about the human race. If we all liked the same thing, it would be kind of boring.

Personally, I don't think that whether or not you can watch (or enjoy), a "rude" scene or not, can validate the kind of person you are. Some people have just lived more, seen more, and/or are able to tolerate more.



Excellent points here. Toleration is a key word in anybody's culture, what's good for the goose etc etc. I don't think it necessarily reflects the type of person you are either. For instance, Time Travel Anyone? Films that many of us enjoy (one of my threads.... ahem, is advertising allowed?) but who of us can actually time travel????:)

imarielle
02-28-2009, 10:48 PM
If I am watching a movie (or play for that matter since I recently saw Equus) I find that if there happens to be a nude scene I watch but my eyes sort of divert my attention toward the actors faces. I am not bothered by such scenes if they have a purpose to the film, but sometimes if I am watching with my mom or younger siblings I will feel a bit uncomfortable just because. As for *** scenes, most films barely show anything, but sometimes I do find that I tend to look away or concentrate on sometime else. Even sometimes during a very passionate kissing scene I just feel like I'm invading their privacy.

m0viem0nster
03-01-2009, 01:38 AM
If I am watching a movie (or play for that matter since I recently saw Equus) I find that if there happens to be a nude scene I watch but my eyes sort of divert my attention toward the actors faces. I am not bothered by such scenes if they have a purpose to the film, but sometimes if I am watching with my mom or younger siblings I will feel a bit uncomfortable just because. As for *** scenes, most films barely show anything, but sometimes I do find that I tend to look away or concentrate on sometime else. Even sometimes during a very passionate kissing scene I just feel like I'm invading their privacy.

Some can be learning CURVES !!!!!! if you know what I mean. But it is always to make the actors look good, but a good many of them use body doubles anyway, so this probably makes it superfluous if the actors don't think it is important enough for them to be in it for real. Unknown actors will probably do them, but just to boost their career until they are good enough not to go bare. ..........Cynical? Moi? :rolleyes:

gypsiegirl66
03-01-2009, 03:44 AM
Some can be learning CURVES !!!!!! if you know what I mean. But it is always to make the actors look good, but a good many of them use body doubles anyway, so this probably makes it superfluous if the actors don't think it is important enough for them to be in it for real. Unknown actors will probably do them, but just to boost their career until they are good enough not to go bare. ..........Cynical? Moi? :rolleyes:

If I recall correctly, Julia Roberts had a body double in Pretty Woman. Some of the scenes, weren't even nude ones. I thought she looked good, not sure why they used a body double, if she was clothed. :confused:.

waterlilybarb
03-01-2009, 12:05 PM
If I recall correctly, Julia Roberts had a body double in Pretty Woman. Some of the scenes, weren't even nude ones. I thought she looked good, not sure why they used a body double, if she was clothed. :confused:.

From an interview I remember, Julia said she used a body double for the scene in the bathtub - when she was behind Richard Gere and her legs were wrapped around him. I don't think she was as much concerned about how she looked as she was uncomfortable. I know she now says she wouldn't do a nude scene. I don't know if she ever has in the past (can't remember, and haven't seen al her films) but people's comfort levels do change. Some actors/actresses feel more comfortable doing a nude scene when they're older - probably because they are more comfortable in their own skin.

For me, it all depends on the context. Even when it's warranted in the story, I sometimes feel like Arielle - that a scene can be so intimate (not even always in a sexual way) that it feels like an invasion of privacy to watch.

trulee
03-01-2009, 12:12 PM
....sometimes during a very passionate kissing scene I just feel like I'm invading their privacy.

I would guess the actors/actresses and directors would be happy if that was the effect - realism or what ;)

waterlilybarb
03-01-2009, 12:19 PM
You're probably right Trulee. When a scene feels that intimate, they have really done a good job of making the characters real.

gypsiegirl66
03-01-2009, 09:24 PM
From an interview I remember, Julia said she used a body double for the scene in the bathtub - when she was behind Richard Gere and her legs were wrapped around him..

I agree, with not wanting to do a nude, I wouldn't. I wasn't implying that Julia herself, was insecure about her body. However, they (the producers), also used a body double for all of the posters, and VCR/DVD jacket covers, for the campaign. Which to me was ridiculous, Julia Roberts has always had a beautiful body.

m0viem0nster
03-02-2009, 12:10 AM
I agree, with not wanting to do a nude, I wouldn't. I wasn't implying that Julia herself, was insecure about her body. However, they (the producers), also used a body double for all of the posters, and VCR/DVD jacket covers, for the campaign. Which to me was ridiculous, Julia Roberts has always had a beautiful body.

Julia Roberts has never been my cup-of-tea but then we don't all like the same stuff. What ever floats your boat I suppose. Some scenes turn your stomach whilst others .....well you know.... ahem..... make the windows steam up. Perhaps this could be a thread, sexiest scenes?????

The best Film I saw with her in was Sleeping with the Enemy.

gypsiegirl66
03-02-2009, 12:16 AM
Julia Roberts has never been my cup-of-tea but then we don't all like the same stuff. What ever floats your boat I suppose. Some scenes turn your stomach whilst others .....well you know.... ahem..... make the windows steam up. Perhaps this could be a thread, sexiest scenes?????

The best Film I saw with her in was Sleeping with the Enemy.

Well, she's not my cuppa either, I happen to like men. Even if I did like women, I don't find red heads my cuppa either (except you Barb). :) However, she doesn't have a bad body, is what I was getting at. Sleeping With the Enemy, was a great flick. I'm not a big romance movie fan, but I did enjoy Pretty Woman. Mostly for Richard Gere...hubba, hubba!! :D

m0viem0nster
03-02-2009, 12:21 AM
Well, she's not my cuppa either, I happen to like men. Even if I did like women, I don't find red heads my cuppa either (except you Barb). :) However, she doesn't have a bad body, is what I was getting at. Sleeping With the Enemy, was a great flick. I'm not a big romance movie fan, but I did enjoy Pretty Woman. Mostly for Richard Gere...hubba, hubba!! :D

Richard Gere is ok as an actor, but I don't recall Hubba Hubba, Have they been in anything else?

gypsiegirl66
03-02-2009, 12:24 AM
Richard Gere is ok as an actor, but I don't recall Hubba Hubba, Have they been in anything else?
Hahahahaha, we have a comedian in the house! :D

No, he's not a great actor, but he is easy on the eyes....;)

steph290504
03-02-2009, 12:58 AM
I tend to watch them, i can feel uncomfortable sometimes if im watching with friends but if its part of the film then so be it. I am more likely to fast forward scenes with children being hurt or scenes with limbs being dislocated lol, makes me feel queasy.

m0viem0nster
03-02-2009, 01:08 AM
I tend to watch them, i can feel uncomfortable sometimes if im watching with friends but if its part of the film then so be it. I am more likely to fast forward scenes with children being hurt or scenes with limbs being dislocated lol, makes me feel queasy.

I agree with you on this. Sometimes other elements of the film can be more disturbing than some flash of flesh. What annoys me is the shock factor of gratuitous gore and bad language just for the sake of it. I think in some cases is reflects bad writing. If all the swearing is taken out of the script it would still make sense.

Also, some of the scariest moments in film have been suggested or alluded to rather than shown in horrific gory detail. This is more likely to sicken than than horrify. But that is just my opinion.

So all in all the persistent swearing and rivers of blood/guts is more annoying than any amount of flesh on view. But again, context is important.:D:D:D

gypsiegirl66
03-02-2009, 02:41 AM
I agree with you on this. Sometimes other elements of the film can be more disturbing than some flash of flesh. What annoys me is the shock factor of gratuitous gore and bad language just for the sake of it. I think in some cases is reflects bad writing. If all the swearing is taken out of the script it would still make sense.

Also, some of the scariest moments in film have been suggested or alluded to rather than shown in horrific gory detail. This is more likely to sicken than than horrify. But that is just my opinion.

So all in all the persistent swearing and rivers of blood/guts is more annoying than any amount of flesh on view. But again, context is important.:D:D:D

I have to agree with you on this, I don't mind blood and guts (like medical stuff), but gore is another thing. I too get disturbed with a lot of swearing, in movies. I agree, that it is not needed. Although I think, that some writers, think it will be true to the characters, and story lines. Like if they do a film about drug dealers, and other stories in which swearing would take place. However, I think that they can get their point across, with out all the fowl language((or at least a limited amount).

steph290504
03-02-2009, 07:03 AM
I agree with you on this. Sometimes other elements of the film can be more disturbing than some flash of flesh. What annoys me is the shock factor of gratuitous gore and bad language just for the sake of it. I think in some cases is reflects bad writing. If all the swearing is taken out of the script it would still make sense.

Also, some of the scariest moments in film have been suggested or alluded to rather than shown in horrific gory detail. This is more likely to sicken than than horrify. But that is just my opinion.

So all in all the persistent swearing and rivers of blood/guts is more annoying than any amount of flesh on view. But again, context is important.:D:D:D

I agree..i watched the film signs. There was hardly any violence and no real gore and you didnt even really see anything. But man i was scared witless watching it.

Celticmaidn
03-02-2009, 08:15 AM
interesting tidbit. The reason Jaws was so scary was because you never really saw the shark. Originally you were suppose to see it lots but there was no money in the budget for it. Can you imagine how sucky it would have been if they shot it the way they originally wanted.

steph290504
03-02-2009, 08:49 AM
you can probably bet that you would have flammable on it at some point or another lol

m0viem0nster
03-02-2009, 10:39 AM
you can probably bet that you would have flammable on it at some point or another lol

I think this thread has gone off the point now, but Jaws WAS naked, so it probably gets into this thread on that. Mind you most monsters are naked aren't they? Time for another thread ....... monsters who are NOT naked..... Frankenstein's monster.... um. Did Swamp thing have fig leaves???:confused:

steph290504
03-02-2009, 12:03 PM
not sure lol how about the jabawoki..or however you spell it..:D

m0viem0nster
03-03-2009, 12:26 AM
not sure lol how about the jabawoki..or however you spell it..:D

What sort of clothes would a Jaberwocky wear? something suitable for whiffling through the tulgey wood I expect :D:D

Hypechic
03-03-2009, 01:08 AM
I think this thread has gone off the point now, but Jaws WAS naked, so it probably gets into this thread on that. Mind you most monsters are naked aren't they? Time for another thread ....... monsters who are NOT naked..... Frankenstein's monster.... um. Did Swamp thing have fig leaves???:confused:
Jeez, please don't get me fired. I just burst out laughing when I read this.:D I've got an awful lot of work on my desk but just wanted to check in here for a bit.

Anyway, back to the topic..as long as the 'rude' scene doesn't distract from the main plot of the movie, I don't have a problem.

m0viem0nster
03-03-2009, 01:19 AM
Jeez, please don't get me fired. I just burst out laughing when I read this.:D I've got an awful lot of work on my desk but just wanted to check in here for a bit.

Anyway, back to the topic..as long as the 'rude' scene doesn't distract from the main plot of the movie, I don't have a problem.

Sometimes that IS the main plot of the movie, so I suppose in those sorts of films, the distraction would be when they all start getting dressed. :confused::confused: would that bother you?

Hypechic
03-05-2009, 01:13 AM
Sometimes that IS the main plot of the movie, so I suppose in those sorts of films, the distraction would be when they all start getting dressed. :confused::confused: would that bother you?

LMAO!!, I generally don't watch such 'extremely rude' :p movies. They tend to irritate me.

m0viem0nster
03-05-2009, 04:08 AM
LMAO!!, I generally don't watch such 'extremely rude' :p movies. They tend to irritate me.

Me neither, Id much rather be sat in front of something that held my interest for the duration ......... like a bar of chocolate. Much more satisfying, or a gateau, then you can have your cake AND eat it...:D

wooky44
03-05-2009, 07:51 PM
i just watch..... it doesnt bother me one way or the other

thebest2k8
03-05-2009, 09:28 PM
^^ same i watch it and don't really think about it, i mean it is part of the movie

m0viem0nster
03-06-2009, 10:10 AM
If the plot, actors and the rest of the film is good enough, then the rude scenes don't bother me and that is not the reason you will remember it for.

How many films have you remembered for its rudeness????? and how many of those are any good??????

If you have not remembered the rude scenes then it will probably be a film you would recommend to your granny and then she will point out that it was racy and then that hole will open up in the floor and hopefully swallow you before you stammer out " Huh? Oh y-y-y-y- yes, that bit, I f-f-forgot that b-b-b-bit ....":o

DOH!

steph290504
03-07-2009, 09:14 AM
ok dont shoot me but i watched Zak and Miri make a porno the other night. As the name suggests some nudity is a given but i found it really funny and although i wouldnt say it was tasteful nudity it didnt make me cringe either. I needed a good laugh and i definanlty got one lol :D

m0viem0nster
03-08-2009, 01:17 AM
ok dont shoot me but i watched Zak and Miri make a porno the other night. As the name suggests some nudity is a given but i found it really funny and although i wouldnt say it was tasteful nudity it didnt make me cringe either. I needed a good laugh and i definanlty got one lol :D

But you wouldn't recommend it to your granny?????:o

gyki98
03-08-2009, 01:34 AM
i watch every disgusting and nude scene.if u skip it i think its like cutting a hole in the movie

bala
03-08-2009, 03:08 AM
i watch every disgusting and nude scene.if u skip it i think its like cutting a hole in the movie

if it was done tasteful it's ok :p

steph290504
03-08-2009, 06:43 AM
But you wouldn't recommend it to your granny?????:o

Lol probably not no ;)