Warning: These Sexy Movies on Netflix This July Are Dangerously Hot
As if July wasn’t hot enough, Netflix’s movie offerings for the month are hotter than ever. From sexy rom-coms to erotic thrillers to sensual biopics, Netflix has a hot-and-heavy movie for everyone this July – though you’ll want to make sure to crank the A/C and chug some water before watching. Why stay inside to watch a movie on a summer’s day, you ask? Unlike a day at the beach, sexy movies won’t give you a sunburn, leave you with sand in your pants, or require you to go anywhere but your couch. Here are some hot movies to check out on Netflix this July if you think you can handle the heat.
The Devil's Advocate
Keanu Reeves and Charlize Theron star as husband and wife in this totally trippy film about an up-and-coming defense lawyer whose new job may have him working for the actual devil, and whose wife may be slowly losing her grip on reality. Plus, there’s a certain scandalous scene with the beautiful Connie Nielsen (who plays Queen Hippolyta in Wonder Woman) that we promise you won’t soon forget.
When it’s available: July 1
Starring Salma Hayek, this sexy biopic revolves around the private life of surrealist Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, who made a name for herself in the early 1900s with her bold sexuality, her illicit affairs with both men and women, and her dysfunctional relationship with the muralist Diego Rivera.
When it’s available: July 1
In this erotic French drama, two lovers – an American living in Paris and his unstable French girlfriend – decide to spice up their relationship by adding a Danish woman into the mix, which takes a troubling turn when the woman ends up pregnant.
Below Her Mouth
A young woman engaged to a man begins an affair with a female roofer after a chance encounter. If you’re looking for sexy, start here.
Set during World War II, this sexy espionage drama follows a secret agent who’s tasked with seducing – and then killing – an official who works for the Japanese puppet government in Shanghai. However, her mission becomes trickier when she engages in a wild love affair with him instead.
John Travolta is peak sexiness in this ’80s western romance, which revolves around a Houston honky-tonk and the love-hate relationship that develops between a new guy in town and a local. Whenever a movie has a mechanical-bull-riding scene, it’s basically guaranteed to be erotic.
Starring the sexy Heath Ledger, this epic war drama tells the story of a young man who, against his father’s wishes, joins the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War. Gabriel’s love story with childhood friend Anne may not have a happy ending, but it’s still pretty hot while it lasts.
Minka Kelly stars in this erotic thriller as Sara, a college freshman who’s taken under the wing of her new roommate, Rebecca (Leighton Meester). What starts off as a beautiful new friendship quickly evolves into a disturbing obsession as Rebecca grows a little too attached to her protégée.
Sex and the City 2
Carrie Bradshaw and her girl gang take their sexual escapades to the big screen once again, though this time, they embark on an exotic vacation in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, where Carrie unexpectedly comes face to face with an old flame.
This coming-of-age drama about a young Black man growing up in Miami may not seem super steamy, but it’s actually chock-full of sex without being gratuitous. If you want a sex scene so tender it will make you cry, then this one is for you.
This sensual French romance takes place in a suburb of Dakar, Senegal, where 17-year-old Ada falls in love with a young construction worker named Souleiman and mourns him when he and his disgruntled coworkers sail away. On the day she’s to wed another man, Ada learns her lover has returned. Get ready to swoon (and probably get more than a little turned on).
This highly stylized crime thriller – which is based on Frank Miller’s series of comics of the same name – is definitely violent, but it also boasts an incredibly stacked (and incredibly attractive) cast, including Jessica Alba, Bruce Willis, Rosario Dawson, Clive Owen, Benicio Del Toro, and more. How could you resist?
Based on Anna Todd’s bestselling novel of the same name, After is basically Fifty Shades of Grey set at a college, telling the story of bad boy Hardin Scott, who pursues – and eventually falls in love with – innocent college student Tessa Young. Just make sure to watch this one before its sequel, After We Collided, premieres.
Starring Jane the Virgin‘s Gina Rodriguez, Pitch Perfect‘s Brittany Snow, and She’s Gotta Have It‘s DeWanda Wise, this comedy tells the story of aspiring music journalist Jenny (Rodriguez), whose boyfriend of nine years unceremoniously dumps her as soon as she lands her dream job in San Francisco because he’s not willing to make long distance work. However, her two BFFs, Blair and Erin (Snow and Wise, respectively), are there to help her get over her ex and give her one last crazy (and sexy) weekend in New York City before she moves across the country.
The Tree of Blood
In this steamy Spanish romance, a young couple visit an old farmhouse that belongs to the woman’s family, and it’s there that they discover their shared genealogical roots and family histories, as well as a terrible secret that could threaten the future of their relationship.
Starring the incredibly sexy duo of Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess, this movie takes a working-class idealist and a rich playboy and visits them on the same day each year for 20 years until they finally, inevitably realize just how in love they are. The result is just as satisfying as you can imagine.
Love, lust, sex, and modern relationships are all explored in this film, from the viewpoint of four Indian women.
Us and Them
This film follows a pair of strangers who meet on a train in China and form a bond that evolves over several years.
Blue Is the Warmest Color
This coming-of-age romance tells the story of a 15-year-old girl who begins to explore her sexuality.
Y Tu Mamá También
When two young men go on a road trip with a woman and both begin a sexual relationship with her (as well as with each other), things are bound to get complicated.