The hottest movies about striptease: 11 bright pictures that are worth seeingPictolic
Films about striptease are different: some of them shed light on the difficult backstage life of dancers, others use hot scenes of undressing to music as an addition to the main narrative.
Today we have collected the brightest of such tapes - below you will find both films with beautiful dances, similar to "Burlesque", and funny, sometimes completely crazy fantasies about what will happen if strippers turn into zombies.
In a word, it will not be difficult to choose a picture to suit the mood!
And our selection opens, without any doubt, a cult picture that is as bad as it is good.
How failed were the Showgirls? So much so that most film critics spoke sharply negatively about the film, its rating on the IMDb platform was 4.9 out of 10, and it also had a record 13 nominations for the Golden Raspberry Award (an anti-award for the worst work in the field of cinema). The organizers even awarded the tape the "honorary" title of "the worst film of the 90s".
Now let's see how successful the Showgirls turned out to be. They became the record holder for fees in the toughest NC-17 rental category and the leaders of the video rental, such an eminent director as Jim Jarmusch stood up for them, and the recognized critic J. Rosenbaum stated that over the years the film has become significantly less outdated than other hits of this period.
The plot of the picture can be called quite banal: a young dancer Nomi comes to a big city, dreaming of becoming a star, and a thorny path awaits her, as well as a lot of trials that show business is so rich in. A lot of nudity, vivid scenes and profanity are attached.
One of the most popular and well-known films of the genre is the film "Striptease" starring Demi Moore, which was released a year after "Showgirls".
We warn you right away, the picture has six nominations for "Golden Raspberry", but a striptease performed by Demi Moore is something that you don't see every day.
What could be hotter than Demi Moore taking off her clothes? Except that candid dancing from J. Lo and Cardi B. The comedy drama is based on a real story about a group of strippers who drugged Wall Street businessmen and stole money from their cards.
Humor, crime, incendiary dancing and stunning beauties. If you add another delicious cocktail to the viewing, then the evening will be perfect.
Continues our selection this time the film is not about hot dancers, but about dancers. The story of a young guy's comprehension of the art of seductive undressing to music and entering the world of show business was invented by Channing Tatum, who worked as a stripper in his youth.
It was he who played the role of an experienced and popular Super Mike, who introduces the subtleties of Adam's profession (Alex Pettifer), nicknamed Kid. And their boss, a retired striptease star under the nickname Dallas, was performed by none other than the inimitable Matthew McConaughey.
By the way, if you are delighted with the first part (and this is likely to happen), be sure to watch the sequel of 2015 called "Super Mike XXL" (2015).
Most films about strippers depict their life as extremely fascinating and full of a variety of events - from enchanting parties in the "Super Mike" to fights with drug dealers in "We are the Millers".
The film "Dancing in the Blue Iguana" is not like that and sheds a brighter light on what it really feels like to work in a strip club, especially in the wilderness. Released in 2000, the film, directed by Michael Radford, tells about dancers whose lives turned out to be completely different from what they dreamed, but still believing that they can change their fate for the better.
True, a killer in love with one of them lives next door, but without spoilers.
Strip clubs are usually very dubious and sometimes even dangerous places, but none of them can compare with the bar "Twisted Tits", which is run by hot, but bloodthirsty vampire strippers.
Yes, she doesn't undress, but the way tequila pours down her leg into Tarantino's character's mouth makes her burn more than throwing off her clothes.
In sharp contrast to the previous film, the next item is a tape of category "B" and does not pretend to any artistic value or strong acting, but it is original, stupid and well suited for an evening with popcorn and a bottle of beer.
Starring the horror genre icon Robert Englund (the same Freddy Krueger) and the actress bearing the unofficial title of "Queen of the Porn Industry", Jenna Jameson. The plot shows the near future, the world is at war with the United States during the fourth presidential term of George W. Bush.
He dissolved Congress and made public undressing illegal. As a result of the failure of a government experiment to resurrect soldiers, one of the strippers becomes a zombie. And that's what's amazing - now she dances much better than before, and becomes a favorite of customers.
Wanting to get around the competitor, other dancers follow her example. Yes, they sometimes eat a couple of visitors during work, but the profit of the institution continues to grow at an amazing pace.
And again zombies and strippers. But this time you are waiting for hot dancing from sexy Rose McGowan. Alas, she will lose her leg in the attack of the resurrected dead, but she will receive a machine gun as a prosthesis, which she will use skillfully and seductively.
A stunningly funny comedy about a small-time drug dealer David Clarke (Jason Sudeikis), who is going to break a "big jackpot" and transport a large batch of his goods across the border. It is not so easy to do this alone, so he decides to "hire" a family with whom he will not arouse suspicion from customs officers.
His accomplices are the neighbor guy-simpleton Kenny (Will Poulter) and the girl-tramp Casey (Emma Roberts), who play the roles of David's children, as well as the stripper Rose (Jennifer Aniston), tired of her work, who was recently robbed by her boyfriend once again, as his "wife".
And Jen is hot as always — her striptease has become a real "cherry on the cake" for this slightly crazy and very hilarious movie.
Released in 2004 and directed by Mike Nichols, the film starring Natalie Portman. Based on the play of the same name by Patrick Marber, the film follows four strangers who, after a series of chance encounters, find themselves in a kind of love square, with Portman's heroine Alice being the center of all relationships.
"The Wrestler" is a story about an aging wrestler Randy "The Ram" Robinson (Mickey Rourke), who cannot leave his former lifestyle behind, living for the adrenaline rush from the crowd's screams.
The reason we included this film in the list is that director Darren Aronofsky compared the life of a wrestler with the life of a stripper, also aging and struggling to keep up with young stars.
Both the main characters, Mickey Rourke and Marisa Tomei, were nominated for an Oscar for their work in this film, so get ready for an exciting game of actors that will not leave you indifferent.