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This series gave viewers an honest look at love, dating, intimacy, and relationships and how four women navigate their personal lives in a big, bustling city. The show was the first of its kind in its rawness and ability to portray relatable characters with realistic issues. Fans and critics alike applauded the show through all of its six seasons and flocked to theaters for the films, which were released years after the series had its finale episode. Of course, fans can revisit Carrie, Samantha, Miranda, and Charlotte in the film spin-offs, but here are more films to watch if you're missing your favorite foursome. This film premiered in , four years after the end of the series. In the movie, Carrie is back with Big and they're apartment hunting. Carrie finds her dream apartment, but is nervous to give up her place because she and Big aren't married.

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Try is the operative word. Gyllenhaal and Ledger saddle up to play gay cowboys whose relationship becomes official in a secluded tent after a night of too much whiskey. One of the most celebrated sex scenes of all time, this one is artfully done and told out of sequence—director Steven Soderbergh being as playful with editing and time and narrative as his two leads, Jennifer Lopez and George Clooney, are with each other.
Naked bodies can be pretty easy to find on the internet. But some of us like our skin flicks to have a great story, and enjoy watching arty movies that are equal parts hot and highbrow. For films that are vaguely challenging to the mind and very easy on the eyes—which are best enjoyed from the comfort and privacy of your own home—Netflix has the uncovered covered. These titles run the gamut from sad-movie-with-one-super-spicy-scene to we-know-you're-fast-forwarding-through-most-of-this, so sit back, pour yourself a nice glass of wine, and steam up your streaming queue—and don't worry, it's easy to clear your viewing history when you're done. Adapted by renowned playwright Tom Stoppard, this take on Leo Tolstoy's classic Russian novel is anything but stuffy, historical drama.