Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Top 10 Most Hottest Movies ever made that turns you on

Top 10 Most Hottest Movies ever made that turns you on

Ten Movies That Make You Hot (in no particular order):

Last Tango in Paris. Two words—butter scene.

9-1/2 Weeks. In high school, my girlfriends and I watched this film religiously in our ongoing attempts to perfectly reenact the strip scene. We hoped that our mastery would inspire a man to squirt honey all over us when we hit our sexual prime.

Lolita. The 1997 version with Jeremy Irons and Dominque Swain was hot; the original 1962 version was not.

Shortbus. Although this movie’s title brought to my mind some impolite slang from high school, my girlfriend begged to differ. “[It’s] an artistic, beautiful movie with just the right lighting, colors, textures, and hot women. The movie follows the love drama of several different people, couples, [and] groups, while covering a thematic range including all kinds of sexuality, deep neuroses, and pleasure.” I’m renting it.

Y Tu Mamá También. Older woman with two younger men—now that’s a fantasy worth renting.

Chocolat. A quaint village in France, hands moving through lots of chocolate, and Johnny Depp; what’s not to love?

Unfaithful. Here’s the older woman/younger man thing again except this time they’re in a stairwell tearing each other’s clothes off—very hot. My favorite scene is the one on the train, as Diane Lane (with a post-coital grin on her face) replays every minute of her afternoon tryst in her head. That’s half the fun of sex, replaying the memories of each encounter until you act out the next fantasy.

The Dreamers. A male friend said, “It was something—basically beautiful youths prancing around naked under Bertolucci’s direction. The plot was really just a backdrop providing him with an excuse to watch Michael Pitt frolic with an extremely hot Eva Green.” Another friend also noted Eva’s hotness factor: “That scene where the Eva Green stands in the doorway as Venus De Milo, and the threeway tension.” Men do love those threeways … so do I.

Exotica. The title gives the whole premise away, but as I read the description of a woman doing a striptease in the film, I got hot. I appreciated my male friend’s attempt at an artful review, but was happier to see him skip immediately to the good ol’ down and dirty. “I remember [it] being both sexy and a good piece of cinema. The complex plot unfolded through flashbacks and by following the story lines of multiple characters whose lives converge around something awful and tragic. But the movie’s central location is a seedy strip club, and there’s a lot of hot, lusty lap dancing.” Men do love those strip clubs … so do I. Men who strip … sigh

The Virgin Suicides and Marie Antoinette. Kirsten Dunst is, as a male friend noted, “the unattainable virgin—high school boys’ wet dream well represented.” And while I personally think Kirsten Dunst plays mostly dippy roles, the same friend quoted previously gave her a second shout out. “Yeah, Kirsten Dunst, again. I mean come on, that scene with those stockings and the fan when she’s in bed waiting for her affair? Seriously.”


khayce said...

for me, Unfaithful and Virgin Suicides are good movies.

psyche said...

I remember "Unfaithful", A bit overview: Connie Sumner has a loving husband, a beautiful home, and a wonderful son, but she wants more. When she's approached one day by a handsome stranger while trying to hail a taxi, she becomes obsessed with him and eventually starts an affair. But her selfish actions soon catch up with her...I really appreciate this movie awesome drama...

Regina said...

Killing Me Softly is not even mentioned?!

Joseph Fiennes and Heather Graham's sex scenes are so hot that both admitted to almost reaching the climax.

. said...

wow you guys know lots of movies lol

The Gizmole! said...

Great blog keep up the good work!