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8 Best Sex Movies of 2021
Tension has been high over the past year or so. Everyone is tired. Everyone is a little less healthy just because there’s so much dang stress swirling around at all times. Not to sound like a pharmaceutical commercial, but there is a cure. Sex. Feelin’ sexy. Watching sexy things. Let’s break that down. Sexual intercourse can help release endorphins and other hormones that naturally help ease stress and regulate blood pressure. Getting turned on by a sexy movie is literally the safest form of sex because instead of going out into our COVID infested world and doing a random hookup (yes, that’s the phrasing we went with), you can stay home, get steamy, and then keep it all in-house.
This is where the sexiest movies of 2021 come in. Sure, at this point in the year, there aren’t many films that have been released, but that doesn’t mean we can’t tease the line up. After all, when it comes to sexy moments, sometimes teasing is the best part. Take for instance Malcolm & Marie, due out on Netflix in February. A sexy movie doesn’t need sex to be sexy. Zendaya and John David Washington’s chemistry in the film Malcolm & Marie is palpable in the trailer with out a single drop of nudity.
So let’s look at what’s to come—the year’s most anticipated films with undeniable sex appeal.
Malcolm & Marie
There’s something about the black and white of it all that really elevates how sensual Malcolm & Marie is. Directed by Sam Levinson and starring John David Washington and Zendaya, the film is about one couple’s night after getting home, chronicling their love, disagreements, and sensuality.
No Time to Die
I mean, it’s Bond. Set partly in Jamaica, not only do we get a laid back Daniel Craig as Bond, who is the personification of sex appeal, but we also have French actress Léa Seydoux as the intoxicating Madeline Swann, who is making the rare second appearance in the Bond universe.
You might have thought that Black Widow was down for the count (sorry, spoilers), but the ever-alluring Natasha Romanova has one more story in her before she goes. In a final origin story, Black Widow returns home, reuniting with her KGB roots where we’ll be introduced to a whole cast of new, hulking Russian assets: Florence Pugh and David Harbour being two of them.
Spiral: From the Book of Saw
We’re not here to judge what gets you going, but studies have shown that a healthy dose of fear is not too far removed from the same type of excitement associated with sex. It’s science. Look it up. So Chris Rock’s Saw revival might just get your wheels turning, if you’re into that sort of thing.
Top Gun: Maverick
The original 1986 film was an awakening for a lot of people: be it for Kelly McGillis and Meg Ryan’s presence, or that insanely erotic volleyball scene that has since become iconic. What we’re saying is that Top Gun piqued the interest of everyone, across the board, so it’s hard to imagine that a 2021 follow up starring Miles Teller and the seemingly ageless Tom Cruise would be any less enticing.
Hard bodies fighting to the death? I mean, it’s kind of brutal, but also, you’re going to be hard pressed to find a film with more insanely fit people who have a skill set as intricate and impressive as this crew. And bonus: it will premiere on HBO Max, so you can take it all in from home.
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings
In some ways, every Marvel superhero becomes a bit of a sex symbol. (No, Thanos is not a superhero. Don’t try it.) (Yes, I’m also talking about Ant Man.) That makes Shang-Chi’s introduction into the Marvel canon all the more exciting.
Last Night in Soho
Anya Taylor-Joy’s Last Night in Soho is a trippy journey through time back to the 1960s. She plays a fashion designer who lurches back in time. While it appears to be a stylish, sexy venture in time, she quickly finds out that not everything is as it seems.
No trailer or even stills from Deep Water, but for those who are mourning the loss of Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas’ relationship, fear not: Deep Water follows them as a couple where Affleck’s character allows his wife to have affairs to avoid divorce. But then her suitors start coming up missing and suddenly, that divorce seems preferential.
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