The story follows Joe, a self-confessed sex addict who tells her unfortunate life story through flashbacks to a man who finds her beaten in an alley. Such a practice shames the many women who actually do enjoy sex, especially when the man isn't visibly getting off as well. This all works to appeal to the insidious male gaze, which historically works to adhere the perspective of men as sole beneficiaries. And worst of all, there were simply too many scenes that were left out. The plot is simple enough: Some of these scenes are sexy, some of them are utterly repulsive, some of them are funny, and a number of them are simply… awkward. Such a practice shames the many women who actually do enjoy sex, especially when the man isn't visibly… This list catalogs exactly what the title suggests. Billy Robert John Burke is an overweight attorney who specializes in defending non-threatening Mafia member types. I never expected this list to get so popular, hence my overall lack of specification from the start. One of the craziest moments of the story is when a young teenage Joe Stacy Martin , caught up in a bet with her friend about who can have sex with the most men during a train ride, gives a blowjob to a married man who begs her not to put him in this situation. Whether vividly shown or merely suggested, brief or lengthy in duration, such scenes actively challenge this dominant ideology by proclaiming that, yes, women can feel good from sex too. Lovelace Lovelace follows the renowned career of iconic porn star Linda Boreman, better known as Linda Lovelace, as portrayed by Amanda Seyfried. Overall, I'm looking for narrative films - not documentary or pornographic films - since such films are the ones most likely targeted toward and watched by both the general public and more avid cinephiles alike.