September 28, 2012 • 2:00 pm
Hardcore porn on Netflix, Amazon Prime – Caligula, Last Tango in Paris and 9 Songs [sfw]
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Hardcore porn on Netflix Streaming
Lets be honest. Youve never heard of most of the movies available to stream on-demand through Netflix. Many are ranked by users between the one and two star range. But, where these films lack in such things as say, plot, they often makeup for their cinematic shortcomings with explicit nudity. The below list of streaming Netflix films containing hardcore sex was compiled in part from titles cross listed on MrSkin.com under the category, “real explicit sex.” While I have seen many of these titles, for the others Ive had to take faith in the fact that Mr. Skin categorized these films alongside the hardcore sex tapes of Kim Kardashian, Kendra Wilkinson, Montana Fishburne, and Tila Tequila. (via Daily Loaf.)
Okay, I lied. Commenting now. The movies cited include 9 1/2 Weeks, 9 Songs, Caligula, Inside Deep Throat and Last Tango in Paris, at least some of which you have probably heard. And they are not just available through Netflix. You can also watch many of the films on demand through Amazon Prime.
Of those, 9 Songs (2004) is the most recent and possibly the most interesting, at least at this point.
Caligula (1979) was fun when it came out because it was sort of the Claytons of dirty movies: the porn you’re having when you’re not having porn. Lots of sex, but a gloss of culture (which was maybe just the gloss of money) that made it seem somehow less disreputable, lent to it in large part by a cast that included Helen Mirren, Peter O’Toole and Malcolm McDowell. Plus history and costumes, which always lend a bit of gravitas. (Witness Downton Abbey.)
And both Last Tango in Paris and 9 1/2 Weeks were more or less sensations when they came out—because they were what Caligula only pretended to be: serious movies (or attempts) that nonetheless featured what was supposed to be serious sex. But looking back at those two now that the sensation has faded, it’s clear they weren’t very good movies, and the sex wasn’t all that great either. I think they’re almost unwatchable, whereas Caligula at least has the virtue of looking pretty campy and silly, cheesy, and that has a certain pleasure to it, whereas the seriousness of the other two now just seems dreadfully pretentious.
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On "Netflix," which is what I'm doing.
I watched the first two seasons and then wasn't watching TV for awhile and got left behind in the plot. So, I'm starting from scratch.
Christian Troy is one of the main characters - a complex, fucked-up, sexy character. Really well-written.
I realize this isn't a ROFO Topic...2010-10-28 10:33:24 by sorryofftopic
But it's dead in the electronics forum. Here's my question.
Is there anyone here who knows anything about wireless boosters and how they work? I have wi-fi in my home, and use Netflix a lot. We're wanting to go to the neighbors house this weekend to watch a movie off of Netflix's "...gnal strongly enough to provide a good enough connection to watch the movie without interruptions.
Would getting a wi-fi booster give me a strong enough signal to make this work? I can pick up my signal a LITTLE bit at their place, but just not very strongly.
(We connect the laptop to the TV using an HDMI cable, not planning on having us all huddled around the little laptop screen)
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