We've got a few SKINteresting re-releases for you this week on Blu-ray, but first we've got a question for you: What's your opinion on fully nude French girls engaged in unsimulated acts of lesbian love? If your answer is "you had me at fully nude French girls," then do we have a nude release for you: Desire (aka Q) (2011), Skin Central's top SKINternational film of 2011 and an excellent example of having your cake (or in this cake, your split-beaver shots) and eating it too. Is it art disguised as porn, or porn disguised as art? Either way, it's recommended on DVD.
And in Blu-ray nudes, we've got a trio of re-releases that'll take you back to the glory days of the '80s: Cocktail (1988), The Color of Money (1986), and Sea of Love (1989):
Déborah Révy is the personification of lust in the erotic drama Desire (2011). Nobody does arty hardcore quite like the French, as proven in this series of interlocking love stories that all lead back to passion's most primal (and fun!) expression: sex. Cecile (Révy) is a mysterious, but very alluring, stranger who enters the lives of three people and turns them all upside down. Hide-the-pinky, hairpie, handjobs, and the horizontal tango: it’s all on the menu in this bisexual bacchanal of real, unsimulated sex. Deborah shows off her divine nude form in four monitor-melting scenes, Christelle Benoit goes fully nude in a kinky FFM threesome, and Helene Zimmer and Léticia Belliccini are lesbos a go-go in fully nude fingering scenes.
Tom Cruise is a big-headed New York bartender hoping to lend an ear to the perfect rich bitch who will bank roll him into her lap of luxury in Cocktail (1988). He meets equally ambitious ass chaser and ‘tender veteran Bryan Brown, who teaches him to be a sucksexful server stud supreme. But when Tom begins to put hump-happy hoes before his bro, including Bryan’s own foxy financier Kelly Lynch, the two have a falling out and he leaves to make it big in Jamaica, where the potential pay and play could lead him to lay the perfect booby benefactress. He soon finds a patron in prized piece Lisa Banes, who offers to back (and sack) him in opening a Manhattan bar. While servicing the socialite sexpot, he falls for visiting waitress Elisabeth Shue, who wows him with her simple charms. Fast-forward to the 32-minute mark, where Showgirls sizzler Gina Gershon serves up a bit of slippery nipple while cruising on Tom's tender knob in the sack.
Paul Newman reprises the role of Fast Eddie Felson from the big con classic The Hustler (1961) in The Color of Money (1986), a sleeker and more modern vehicle helmed by Martin Scorsese. The blue-eyed acting legend racks the balls and runs the table on unsuspecting schlubs while simultaneously expanding his shady empire by training new enlistees in the art of the con. Tom Cruise plays a hotshot protégé eager to learn the low-down, no-good trade, while Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio plays the ambitious hustler’s money-hungry girlfriend. Mastrantonio’s name isn’t the only mouthful the actress has to offer in this witty, fast-paced winner.
New York cop Al Pacino is tracking a serial killer who offs guys meeting up with women through personal ads in Sea of Love (1989). Things get complicated when he goes undercover and starts falling for his prime suspect. But since the suspected killer is bodacious shoe saleswoman Ellen Barkin, there’s really no reason not to risk a violent, premature death--especially after a sizzling scene where Barkin gets aggressive with Pacino’s pistol. Fast-forward to the 1 hour, 13-minute mark, where your seamen will love the sight of Barkin's boobs and ass earlier in the film, but they're being deceived by a body double. On the other hand, this bare butt is all Barkin, baby!
CU Next Tuesday, Skin fans, for all the newest and nudest releases on DVD and Blu-ray right here at the Mr. Skin blog!
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