Okay so question Yojimbi... In your opinion, are the Sexual scenes explicit or more or less just there/eluded to? Do they use sounds or the silhouette type movement of what sex involves... (that most films use to show sex occurred?) Or is it just a scene where you know what occurred without showing or saying too much. Sorry it's a random question, and I know other's view on that particular type of content is different but I'm just curious.
Long description if you want. I suppose I don't have to use spoiler tags but whatever:
The full context is he gets tasked with finding her, they get into a fight, she pricks him with low level Joker toxin and knocks him out. He wakes up, costume still on, tied to her bed. She's discussing aloud with herself what to do with him, because she's been laying low, not communicating with her parole officer, and living in a condemned apartment building. She takes off her Superbabes uniform to change into an official Harley costume so you do see her in her stock white underwear for bit. Then in role reversal of sorts she starts to imply sex and Nightwing gets nervous then she tells him basically, I have something you want, you want something I want' then the cookie line. Then it I think it cuts to Batman doing his part of the investigation elsewhere in the city. He realizes NW hasn't checked in. Cut to him in the hall outside Harley's apartment. He hears what sounds like NW is being tortured, he's about to kick the door in, then the sounds sort of sound sexual. He opens the door. Harley and Nightwing are fully costumed having a tickle fight on the bed. Then a whole thing about Batman getting her to help stop Ivy and Floronic Man. Then Batman gives him the silent treatment. NW retorts with something like a 'like you never fooled around with a super villain before'. During the Batmobile ride, Harley basically gets annoyed with NW and tells him off that something like 'she used him for 20 minutes and she ever gets the urge again she'll get batteries.'
I may seem like a prude but the thing I find movies in any genre that isn't needed is explicit sexual content. (Just my own personal view) I really wanted to see this but the sexual scenes are what hold me back. I don't care about swearing or violence, (I see and experience enough of that in real life.) But sex to me is still a subject that needs to be left off the big screen. Passion and kissing are one thing but intimacy on that level is something I find unnecessary for effectively moving a storyline or plot.