Top 5 movies you should not watch

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Most kids go to great lengths to avoid watching certain movies with their parents. 

Basically, if a film looked like it would have a lot of sex in it when you were young, then you probably would come up with some excuse to avoid seeing it because there's nothing more awkward than watching a sex scene with your mom and dad.

 Now that you're adults, the prospect of doing so is actually even more frightening than when you were younger. 

So as a public service to all of you who feel this way, here's a list of Netflix movies you shouldn't watch with your parents.

Most of these movies are totally fine to watch on your own, with friends, or with your significant other, but there's just something about the idea of watching these films with the people who conceived you that'll make your stomach turn. 

And while some of these films are quite obviously soft-core porn that can be easily avoided (looking at you, Nymphomaniac), others are much sneakier with how they work in their scandalous subject matter. 

Both types of movies are included on this list, so take note of the 19 films below and you'll know what to avoid the next time your parents want to watch a little Netflix with you.

1. 'Duck Butter'

Yes, this movie has a funny title. And yes, it's technically a comedy. And yes, that is Alia Shawkat from Arrested Development

But before you add it to your parents' queue, know that the plot centers on two women trying to have sex 24 times in one day. Yeah.

2. 'The Little Hours'

This comedy features a group of Medieval nuns exploring their sexuality, which depending on who your parents are, might just be considered the most blasphemous thing they've ever seen.

 Avoid it unless you want your folks to tell you that you need to go to church more.

3. ‘Nymphomaniac, Vols. 1 & 2’

One of — OK, two of — the most controversial films to be released this decade, this two movie collection is more or less watching people have sex for four hours. 

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Is that really how you want to spend an evening with your parents?

4. ‘Blue Is The Warmest Color’

This French movie received wild critical acclaim upon its release in 2013, but as you may have heard, the French hold looser attitudes toward sexuality than Americans. 

As such, this film features a ton of raunchy sex scenes, some of which involve high schoolers.

5. ‘Gerald's Game’

This Netflix original film is based on the Stephen King story of the same name, and it's more disturbing than most of the author's work — which is saying something. Star Carla Gugino spends practically the entirety of the film handcuffed to a bed after her husband dies while attempting to act out a roleplaying rape fantasy. Yikes

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