The 10 sauciest Amazon Prime and Chill films to spice up your Easter
It is Easter Weekend, which means celebration, chocolate and bank holidays galore. What better way to spice up the long weekend than checking out these saucy films on Amazon Prime Video?
In the words of Urban Dictionary, Amazon Prime and Chill is “a better bang for your buck” if you’ve exhausted your Netflix library. Here are some of the naughtiest films to get you in the mood for a chill session:
The Oscar-nominated Blue Valentine follows the dark breakdown of a marriage between Dean (a dashing Ryan Gosling) and Cindy Pereira (Michelle Williams), interspersed with the defining moments of their young love affair.
When unlucky-in-love stockbroker Stella (Angela Bassett) and best friend Delilah (Whoopi Goldberg) head to Jamaica for some fun in the sun, Stella embarks on a love affair with Winston (Taye Diggs) – a handsome local twenty years her junior.
In this critically acclaimed French film from Academy Award-nominated director Éric Rohmer, teenager Pauline learns about first loves, heartbreak and deception during a vacation on a beach on the north-western coast of France.
Bakery owner Jane (Meryl Streep) begins an affair with married ex-husband Jake (Alec Balding), only to fall in love with architect Adam (Steve Martin) whom she has hired to remodel her home.
Winner of seven Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards, Lantana spins a complicated web of love, sex and deceit which begins to unravel after the discovery of a dead body in a bush in Lantana.
Winner of the François Chalais Prize at Cannes Film Festival in 2013, Grand Central follows Gary Manda (Tahar Rahim) a man who lands a job at a nuclear power facility, where he strikes up an illicit relationship with the wife of his supervisor Karole (Léa Seydoux).
The heartwarming story of a shy waitress called Amélie, who decides to start doing things to make others happy and is rewarded with true love and happiness herself.
Jack Frost (Jason Behr) lives a hedonistic playboy lifestyle in New York until his whole world is rocked by the news that his childhood love is getting married.
Not strictly a film, but a great choice for a multiple encounter. Outlander is the story of time travelling WW2 nurse Claire Randall (Caitriona Balfe), who finds herself mysteriously transported to the Scottish Highlands in 1743 and into the arms of a chivalrous young soldier, Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan).
A dark and uncompromising French drama about life for prostitutes in a luxury brothel shortly before the turn of the twentieth century.