Entering the Netflix Stream: ‘Sexy’ Films

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There are plenty of ways to let your ‘lady friend’ know you’re interested in sexing her up.  The “Let’s watch a sexually charged film overflowing with naked lady bits” is the most sure fire and subtle method.  If you add a lavender candle, a glass of wine, and you wrap an arm around her shoulder during your film of choice it is *scientifically proven to be a more effective form of seduction than just cutting a hole in the bottom of the popcorn bag.

*Not actually scientifically proven.

During the month of April Netflix has added a plethora of sexy films for discerning adults ranging from newer art house pictures to older film whose female stars who are now considered “cougars” if they’re still considered sex symbols at all.

Melancholia-  Anyone still remember Kirsten Dunst?  She’s still around surprisingly enough and she’s finally showing some skin.  Sadly she’s looking a bit rough in Melancholia since she’s playing a women that’s deeply depressed because a rogue planet is about to strike the Earth causing its destruction.  Co-stars Kiefer Sutherland, Alexander Skarsgård, and Stellan Skarsgård.

Sleeping Beauty-  This is definitely not the Disney version of Sleeping Beauty; Emily Browning (Sucker Punch) is drawn into the seedy world of freelance lingerie silver service… it’s a lot sexier (and creepy) than it sounds.Sleeping Beauty.editjpg.jpg

Striptease-  This movie is so bad it almost ruins all the nudity.  As an added bonus you get to see Rumor Willis play Demi Moore‘s own daughter before her chin got out of control and Burt Reynolds covered head to toe in Vaseline.Striptease.jpg

Nine 1/2 Weeks-  It sat on the shelf for nearly two years, was nominated for three Razzies including Worst Actress for Kim Basinger, and was a major flop when it was released but it found its audience on video where people could watch it without shame.nine and a half weeks.jpg

Risky Business-  Tom Cruise runs a prostitution ring, screws Rebecca De Mornay on the Chicago L, and cracks his Mom’s crystal egg.  Sounds a lot more fun that sitting at home and reading Ron L. Hubbard fiction right?

Other Recommendations: Disclosure, Fatal Attraction, Indecent Proposal, About Last Night…, Blame it on Rio, My Tudor, Tomboy, Wild Orchid

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Nicholas Herum