This was a fantasy/medieval movie from the early 80s or late 70s, perhaps. There was something about a sacrifice or a forced marriage of a virgin(s) or princess. When someone turns the table on the head priest or king who has been in charge of this, he declares something like “If I cannot, none shall” and tries to kill her.
I assumed it was Dragonslayer (1981) but I cannot find that scene in the film.
This was a movie from the late 70s or early 80s, and I believe it was reviewed by Siskel & Ebert.
All I can really remember is one scene in which a commando/spy character –like a James Bond–is skiing down a mountain evading people (Soviets?) trying to kill him. At one point he hits a jump which takes him over the ski lodge’s deck (where incredibly people are still dining during this gunfight, if I recall) and does a mid air spin, shooting his pursuers –also in the air–with a MAC 10 or Uzi.
For the longest time I thought it was called The Specialist (not the 1994 movie) but I have not been able to find that title online anywhere. I want to say this predates the Arnold and Stallone movies and it seemed to be in the spirit of a James Bond movie.
From the late 80s/early 90s, this is an Asian (Japanese?) T&A film that I believe was on Cinemax After Dark. Only scenes I really recall are:
A bunch of rich riding couples are at a big horse ranch and they stop to watch a mare being bred to a stud. One couple gets turned on and steals off to an empty barn to get it on. I remember they are still wearing their riding helmets.
In another scene, one of the main characters is paralyzed from the waist down. At one point I believe seduces one of the local women or maids, using only his tongue and baton he cleans by spitting alcohol on.