The movie, which stars Japanese porn stars Hara Saori and Suo Yukiko and Hong Kong actress Vonnie Liu, tells the story of a sexually frustrated scholar in ancient China who loses himself in the harem of a duke he befriends. That figure is still inferior to Hollywood competition but marks the best opening weekend for a Chinese-language movie in Taiwan this year, Shiu said Wednesday. Shiu, whose father Stephen Shiu Sr.
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Despite the longevity of the nowdefunct Yangtze Cinema, which screened sex-themed movies from the mids until last year, it seems that most Singaporeans do not have an appetite for celluloid sex, in particular, those made here. In the past couple of years, three home-grown erotic films - Lang TongRubbers and In The Room - performed poorly at the local box office. The thriller, which opens on Feb 23, is about a former prostitute who, trapped in a loveless relationship, embarks on a steamy affair.
Never Talk To Strangers marked the end of Hollywood's brief but passionate affair with erotic thrillers in the s. This led to a short-lived wave of similar movies trying to capitalize on Basic Instinct's success. Sharon Stone also returned to the genre for 's Sliverwhich received mostly bad reviews but proved to be a box-office success nonetheless. By the time Never Talk To Strangers came along in late this subgenre had already burned itself out.
And in its opening week, it's beaten Avatar 's record for one-day box office in Hong Kong. What's this movie's secret? Just check out the trailer — even in 2-D, you can tell that this film uses 3-D to a ludicrous extent, with knives and bullets and body parts flying out of the screen.
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LOS ANGELES — Three decades ago Fatal Attraction heralded the age of the erotic thriller — crime potboilers featuring leading men swapping suggestive dialogue and bodily fluids with bewitching but murderous femme fatales. Movies like Basic Instinct and Sliver enjoyed acclaim and big box office receipts during the s, but within a few years the genre had died out, usurped by a new wave of smarter thrillers that swapped female flesh for sophisticated scriptwriting. South Korean director Park Chan-wook, who first came to the notice of the West with his cult, neo-noir revenge movie Oldboyis hoping to tempt US fans of the genre back into the theater with his own foreign-language celebration of sex and intrigue.
With ticket sales rebounding sharply from totals depressed last week by football's Super Bowl, Freed led three new releases to the top, with Sony's Peter Rabbit coming in second and Warner Bros. But the final chapter of the steamy Fifty Shades series -- promoted by Universal with the not-so-subtle line, Don't Miss the Climax -- dominated. Dakota Johnson stars again as English lit major-turned-publisher Anastasia Steele, while Jamie Dornan plays her lover-turned-husband, the kinky, hunky and frequently shirtless Christian Grey.
The Erotic genre has gives Bollywood some of its best films. Actors also don't shy away from doing bold and glamorous roles as it gives them a chance to show off their fit bodies and a few acting chops. If the film becomes a hit, it opens the doors for other mainstream films for them.
The movie generated great reviews and became an inspiration to filmmakers like Quentin Tarantino. He, of course, develops an obsession with her that threatens her job and her family. The Philip Noyce-directed film suffered from studio-sanctioned rewrites after it earned an NC rating and ended up largely panned by critics. Diane Lane stars opposite Richard Gere and Olivier Martinez in this sexy thriller about a seemingly happy married woman who begins a torrid affair with a stranger she meets in the streets of New York.