20. H.O.T.S. (1979)
The Comedy: Way ahead of its time, as sorority chicks pledge to sink their claws into as many men as possible. Think the reverse of American Pie.
The Sex: Babes in (and out of) bikinis and mini-skirts. Guys in nothing but towels. Something for everybody here.
Which is Best? The babes. Obvious, ain't it?
19. Spring Break (1983)
The Comedy: Fort Lauterdale, and 250,000 have descended on the beach for the sole purpose of partying. Sounds good to us.
The Sex: Wherever you look, skin, skin, skin Want to see the female form exploited in all its shapely glory? Spring Break has it (un)covered.
Which is Best? The latter, because steering wheels coming off cars and karate action moves can only entertain for so long.
18. Harold And Maude (1971)
The Comedy: Sick of his boring everyday life, teenager Harold (Bud Cort) befriends an old lady called Maude (Ruth Gordon), whom he quickly falls in love with.
The Sex: Harold and Maude share a smooch, and dance in their bath robes
Which is Best? Well play it safe and say the humour
17. Animal House (1978)
The Comedy: In the early 60s, buddies Larry Kroger (Thomas Hulce) and Kent Dorfman (Stephen Furst) pledge to a fraternity, and find its not easy getting in.
The Sex: Animal House brings the sexy in its bra-and-panties pillow fights, backseat smooches and its, er, togas
Which is Best? The comedy; beautifully anarchic.
16. Superbad (2007)
The Comedy: Evan (Michael Cera) and Seth (Jonah Hill) get their hands on fake IDs courtesy of McLovin (Christopher Mintz-Plasse) and decide to buy booze for a house party.
The Sex: Evan gets promised an amazing blow-jay but declines, Seth headbutts the object of his affection by accident, and McLovins nuptials are interrupted by the cops.
Which is Best? For once, the comedy eclipses the sexiness--thanks in no small part to Jonah Hill.
15. Loverboy (1989)
The Comedy: Patrick Dempsey (him off Greys Anatomy) plays a pizza delivery boy who delivers more than just pizza, satisfying the desires of bored housewives. Its porn without the penetration.
The Sex: Kirstie Alley, Carrie Fisher and Angel Kate all take a bite off Dempseys baguette. Or something.
Which is Best? The latter, simply because thats an amazing list of conquests.
14. Annie Hall (1977)
The Comedy: Alvy Singer (Woody Allen) meets the perfect woman in Annie Hall (Diane Keaton). But will the course of true love run smoothly?
The Sex: Woody certainly lives up to his name this time around.
Which is Best? The former. Because the thought of Allen having sex just really creeps us out.
13. Knocked Up (2007)
The Comedy: Lazy stoner Ben (Seth Rogen) has a one night stand with career woman Alison (Katherine Heigl), resulting in a very significant pregnancy.
The Sex: Aside from the ill-advised, afore-mentioned one night stand, Ben and his buddies are working on a Mr Skin-style website that celebrates nudity in film.
Which is Best? The comedy, which keeps the gosh that could really happen laughs coming.
12. The Wild Life (1984)
The Comedy: A spiritual sequel to Fast Times At Ridgemont High, Wild Life follows three teens living in LA.
The Sex: Strip bars, giant boobies, boozy parties, babes in their undies
Which is Best? The comedy, with Chris Penn making for an excellent Spicoli stand-in.
11. The 40-Year-Old Virgin (2005)
The Comedy: Andy Stitzer (Steve Carell) is 40 and has never had sex. When his work buddies discover that shocking fact, they attempt to help Andy pop his cherry.
The Sex: Carell has lots of sex with himself. At least he's using protection.
Which is Best? The former, for obvious reasons.