WARNING: Somewhat NSFW.
If there's one thing you can count on from "The Hangover Part III," it's that at some point in the film, Zach Galifianakis (and probably Ken Jeong, too) is gonna let it all hang out.
Now, while we respect such a display of uninhibited revelry, it doesn't mean that anybody — and we mean anybody — necessarily wanted to see such a thing. Let's face it (or, rather, let's not) — there are just some people who need to keep their junk in the trunk.
Speaking of which, here are nine nude scenes that made us wanna cover our eyes.
9. Philip Seymour Hoffman, 'Before the Devil Knows You're Dead' (2007)
The opening shot of director Sidney Lumet's last film shows Philip Seymour Hoffman energetically humping Marisa Tomei. Say what you will about the big guy, but he seems a more than capable lover ... not that we needed any visual proof of that. Ever.
8. Halle Berry, 'Monster's Ball' (2001)
I know what you’re thinking: how could Halle Berry, easily one of the most beautiful women in the world, earn a place on a list of the worst movie nude scenes? Well, if you've ever seen "Monster's Ball," you'll understand why. This isn't like "Swordfish" where Berry was lounging topless by the pool; the sex scene between her and Billy Bob Thornton is raw, nasty, and unsettling. "Make me feel good," she cries in ecstasy. No, thanks.
7. Bruce Willis, 'Color of Night' (1994)
Anybody remember this Razzie Award-winning gem starring Bruce Willis as a colorblind psychiatrist stalked by a mysterious killer? No? Surely you must remember all those sex scenes between Willis and Jane March, scenes that were so hot they had to be trimmed for theatrical release. No again? Not even the one where they go for an energetic romp in a swimming pool? Still not ringing a bell? Maybe you should just watch "Basic Instinct" instead.
6. Kathy Bates, 'About Schmidt' (2002)
Gotta love Kathy Bates for her chutzpah — not too many actresses her age would have the guts to get naked in a hot tub with Jack Nicholson. Her bare-all expose provides "About Schmidt" with its most hilarious — and shocking — moment. Bates was rewarded with an Oscar nomination for her performance – further proof that all you need to do to gain favor with the Academy is show a little T&A … or in Bates' case, a lot.
5. Jack Nicholson, 'Something's Gotta Give' (2003)
Speaking of Jack, did anybody really want to see his bare butt in the late-life romantic comedy "Something's Gotta Give"? Well, maybe some of us kinda did, but that's beside the point. Throughout the film, we're treated to not one, not two, but three shots of Nicholson's rear end ... and only one brief flash of Diane Keaton’s naked body. Now how is that fair? Here's hoping the sequel will rectumfy that (har!).
4. Geoffrey Rush, 'Quills' (2000)
Any actor portraying the Marquis de Sade, the notorious, sex-obsessed author of such hardcore classics as "Justine" and "The 120 Days of Sodom," is inevitably going to show a little skin ... so don't be too surprised when Oscar winner Geoffrey Rush parades around in his birthday suit on more than one occasion. But hey, "Quills" also features a nude, nubile Kate Winslet, so it's got a little something in it for everybody.
3. Harvey Keitel, 'The Piano' (1993)
For a while there in the '90s, Harvey Keitel couldn’t help dropping trough in movie after movie. "Holy Smoke" (1999), "Bad Lieutenant" (1992), "The Piano" (1993) … it almost seemed written into his contract for at least one scene to feature full frontal nudity. Who could forget Holly Hunter’s shock at finding Keitel's shlong all up in her face? Those piano keys weren't the only piece of ivory on display.
2. Jaye Davidson, 'The Crying Game' (1992)
Put yourself in Stephen Rea's shoes: You're an ex-IRA terrorist, you've started going out with the hairdresser/nightclub singer girlfriend of some guy you got killed, you take her home for a night of getting-it-on ... only to find a little extra equipment under her skirt. Didn't see that one coming, did you? Neither did moviegoers, who flocked to see the secret cross-dresser Jaye Davidson had tucked away. Next time, Stephen, check for the Adam's apple.
1. Terry Bradshaw, 'Failure to Launch' (2006)
When Fox Sports commentator Terry Bradshaw makes that rare acting turn, it’s gotta have something special ... something you weren't expecting. And certainly no one was expecting the former quarterback to leave nothing to the imagination as Matthew McConaughey's father in "Failure to Launch." "This is my naked room," Bradshaw explains to his bewildered son upon finding his dad in nothing but his Super Bowl ring. One thing's for sure: You'll never watch Monday Night Football the same way again.