5 Sexiest Films of 2017
Charlize Theron, Alicia Vikander, Rachel Weisz heat up
When people are calling Fifty Shades Darker, the sexiest movie of the year, you know you’re in trouble. Which simply validates our opinion that TV continues to offer the hottest, dirtiest, knee-shaking-est sex we’ve seen in a long time.
Nevertheless, we were able to find five films that may move you in that “special” way. Look for the official winner of the Sexiest Film 2017 in the PROVOKR Awards, coming the first week in January 2018. In the meantime, we’ll keep an eye on next year’s releases and hope for a few more “happy endings.”
Up and coming French director/writer Sylvie Verhyde brings to the screen a tale of modern love. Virginie (Hafsia Herzi) is a twenty-something French woman living in London, who moonlights as a high-end escort. One night she meets the seductive, tattooed Rupert (Ash Stymest) who promises her a way of her sex traffic lifestyle. Is he there to help or hinder?
My Cousin Rachel
Did she or didn’t she? That’s the question going through young Philip’s mind as he tries to grapple with the untimely death of his cousin, Ambrose. Convinced Ambrose’s demise was at the hands of his mysterious wife, Rachel (Rachel Weisz), Philip (Sam Claflin) decides to investigate himself. But once he meets the beautiful, intelligent widowed Rachel, all bets are off and he falls hard. When he starts to have similar sickness symptoms to Ambrose’s, however, he suspects his Cousin Rachel might be striking again.
Charlize Theron has never looked hotter than in this James Bond-inspired spy thriller. She plays British Agent Lorraine Broughton sent into Berlin on a covert mission to deliver a message and kick some serious ass while doing it. Along the way, she meets the delectable Delphine Lasalle (Sofia Boutella) and, well, let’s just say they have enough fiery chemistry to melt any inhibitions you may have about girl-on-girl sex.
Call Me By Your Name
Based on the incredibly sexy book by André Aciman, this is the sensuous movie of the year. Starring Armie Hammer and Timotheé Chalamet as young intellectual lovers caught up in a blossoming romance set in the incredible Italian landscape during the perfect summer in 1983.
Alicia Vikander is as gorgeous as a delicate flower in this exciting story about the insane rise of popularity—along with the prices—of tulips in 17th Century Amsterdam. Married to a much older, wealthy gentleman (Christoph Waltz), she begins posing for a talented young painter (Dane DeHaan) and soon finds herself his object d’amour. A scheme is hatched for her to run away with her lover but things don’t go as planned.