Steals and Deals are back! Well, now "Black Swan" is finally here, so it's a great opportunity — and not gratuitous at all, really — to take a look at the five most famous lesbian scenes on film. A side note: "Showgirls" might have been a serious contender, but it appeared last week among the five most irresistible guilty-pleasure movies. It is tempting to find a reason to talk about "Showgirls" every week, though Denise Richards plays the naughty rich girl and Neve Campbell plays the naughty poor girl; despite coming from opposite sides of the tracks, they manage to get together to concoct some rape accusations against their high school guidance counselor Matt Dillon. The fact that this takes place in South Florida makes the whole movie feel even more steamy and tawdry.
More than two decades after filming erotic thriller Wild Things, Denise Richards still doesn't feel comfortable with some of its more explicit scenes. It's not age appropriate and it was a movie I did, it was a script I loved, it's me being creative,' Denise said. I told them, "I don't want you guys watching this". Nineties classic: In a memorable scene from Wild Things, Denise passionately kisses Neve Campbell as they undress each other in a swimming pool. Years later, Denise had a same-sex experience in real life when she enjoyed a secret fling with a female lover.
An "uncut" version, adding seven minutes to its runtime, was released on DVD in and includes a change to Kelly and Suzie's relationship. Miami area high school guidance counselor Sam Lombardo is accused of rape by two female students, wealthy and popular Kelly Van Ryan and poor outcast Suzie Toller. He hires lawyer Kenneth Bowden to defend him. At trial, the girls admit having lied to get revenge on Sam: Suzie for him failing to bail her out of jail on a minor drug charge and Kelly for him having an affair with her mother. It is revealed that Sam and the two girls were accomplices who used the trial to get money from Kelly's wealthy family.
I can't believe I watched this when I was In this post series, I've been rewatching the movies I was obsessed with as a pre-teen and teen. I was probably definitely far too young to watch it, but somehow I did.