The concepts of pedophilia and jailbait go hand-in-hand with author Vladimir Nabokov's controversial literary classic Lolita. The same goes for its two movie adaptations, though Adrian Lyne's 1997 version outweighs Stanley Kubrick's highly revered 1962 film in terms of overall viewer discomfort.

The reason: Made in more progressive times, Lyne's Lolita features a titular adolescent girl (played by Dominique Swain, who was only 17 at the time of filming) who's presented in more provocative ways. So whenever middle-aged Professor Humbert Humbert (Jeremy Irons) puts the moves on her, it's even sicker than anything seen in Kubrick's subtler take.