5 Must Watch 18+ Adult Comedy Movies 

1. Sex Drive

In “Sex Drive,” Ian, an 18-year-old virgin, is infatuated with his online girlfriend, Ms. Tasty. Along with his friend Lance and a girl named Felicia, they embark on a road trip from Wisconsin to Tennessee for a promised sexual encounter. Ian steals his brother’s car to impress Ms. Tasty, and along the way, they encounter various misadventures, including a visit to Amish country where Ian meets another girl. The movie combines raunchy humor and a formulaic plot with some laughs, but it may make you cringe.

2. Just Friends

In “Just Friends,” Chris is an unpopular, overweight high school nerd who transforms himself over a decade into a fit, successful music industry professional. He has a crush on Jamie, but she only sees him as a friend. Determined to win her heart, Chris becomes a babe magnet and moves to L.A. When a pop superstar named Samantha comes into the picture, Chris’s life takes an unexpected turn. After an emergency landing in his hometown on Christmas Eve, he reunites with Jamie, and the film attempts to ignite a romance between them, despite his tendency to revert to his former awkward self. The movie explores Chris’s transformation and his quest for love, while Samantha adds to the comedic chaos.

3. Forgetting Sarah Marshall

“Forgetting Sarah Marshall” is a comedy film starring Jason Segel as Peter Bretter, who, after a painful breakup, escapes to a Hawaiian island resort where he encounters his ex-girlfriend Sarah (Kristen Bell) and her new boyfriend Aldous Snow (Russell Brand). As Peter tries to move on, he finds unexpected connections and humorous situations with the resort staff and fellow vacationers. The film is a blend of humor, heart, and forgiveness, emphasizing the challenges and rewards of maintaining relationships. Jason Segel’s performance and physical comedy are a highlight of the movie, making it a memorable and enjoyable experience.

4. Knocked Up

“Knocked Up” is a smart, subversive, and funny summer sex comedy by Judd Apatow. It centers on the unexpected pregnancy of Alison and Ben, who must navigate the challenges of parenthood and the complexities of their relationship. The film explores the idea of choice, responsibility, and growing up, all while delivering both uncomfortable and heartwarming moments. Ultimately, it’s a beautifully crafted romantic comedy that doesn’t shy away from life’s realities.

5. Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret.

Margaret, a new resident in a suburban neighborhood, befriends her vivacious neighbor Nancy and joins her secret club with other sixth-graders, where they navigate the challenges of peer pressure, first crushes, and growing up. As the girls become obsessed with boys and puberty, Margaret faces an assignment on religion and discovers her mother’s painful past. The film explores the bonds between women and the sacrifices they make while building their families, with a standout performance by Rachel McAdams as Margaret’s mother, Barbara. Despite some minor storytelling hiccups, this adaptation of Judy Blume’s classic is a poignant exploration of girlhood and family dynamics.

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