I don’t watch movies to get away from my problems, and when I do watch movies, I usually enjoy them as much as the movies themselves.
If anything, I enjoy them more.
However, as a human being, I find myself wanting more of these types of movies.
So instead of trying to force myself to enjoy my porn-watching, I decided to find the best ways to relax, without sacrificing my own well-being.
I decided that relaxing was what I needed, so I looked for some of the most relaxing and erotic movies to stream online.
The most relaxing, erotic movies, as well as the ones that were most likely to get me to relax even more, were: 1.
The Last Temptation of Christ by Quentin Tarantino 2.
The Room by Steven Spielberg 3.
The Wolf of Wall Street by Martin Scorsese 4.
My Big Fat Greek Wedding by Julia Roberts 5.
The Little Mermaid by Ariel Pink 6.
The Adventures of Baron Munchausen by Ludwig Von Mises 7.
The Matrix by Robert Zemeckis 8.
The Devil’s Advocate by William Goldman 9.
The House of the Dead by Tom Hanks 10.
The Wrestler by Tom Hardy 11.
The Lion King by Matt Damon 12.
The Princess Bride by Julie Andrews 13.
The Big Lebowski by Leopold Bloom 14.
The Secret Life of Pets by Pete Docter 15.
The Naked Gun by John Hughes 16.
My Dinner with Andre by Tom Cruise 17.
The Avengers: Age of Ultron by Kevin Feige 18.
The Godfather by Nic Cage 19.
The Grand Budapest Hotel by Anthony Minghella 20.
The Lord of the Rings by J.R.
R Tolkien 21.
The Simpsons Movie by Matt Groening 22.
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug by JRR Tolkien 23.
The Terminator by Arnold Schwarzenegger 24.
The Jungle Book by George Lucas 25.
A Man Called Ove by Anthony Hopkins 26.
Inglourious Basterds by Edgar Wright 27.
The Great Beauty by Anne Rice 28.
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly by John Steinbeck 29.
The Karate Kid by Bruce Lee 30.
Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens by Chris Pratt 31.
Star Trek Into Darkness by Joss Whedon 32.
The Mummy by Anthony Ryan 33.
The Ring by Anthony Burgess 34.
The Exorcist by L. Frank Baum 35.
The Untouchables by Frank Capra 36.
A Walk on the Moon by Stanley Kubrick 37.
The Legend of Tarzan by Stanley Kramer 38.
The Day the Earth Stood Still by Toni Morrison 39.
The Passion of the Christ by Joseph Campbell 40.
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins 41.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show by Wes Craven 42.
The Magnificent Seven by Peter Jackson 43.
The Sting by Eddie Murphy 44.
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by JK Rowling 45.
The Shining by Stephen King 46.
The King and I by George Stevens 47.
The Haunting of Hill House by Sam Fuller 48.
The Wizard of Oz by Dorothy Parker 49.
The Dark Tower by Nikolaj Arcel 50.
The BFG by Stephenie Meyer 51.
The Deer Hunter by David Cronenberg 52.
The Black Cauldron by Brian De Palma 53.
The Man Who Knew Too Much by Michael Chabon 54.
The Silence of the Lambs by Anthony Perkins 55.
A Clockwork Orange by Frank Zappa 56.
The Prestige by Jodi Picoult 57.
The World’s End by Jules Verne 58.
The Elephant Man by Joseph Heller 59.
The Way of the Samurai by Yasujiro Ozu 60.
The Thin Red Line by Terry Gilliam 61.
The Leopard by Ernest Hemingway 62.
The Fountainhead by Neil Gaiman 63.
The Woman in the Red Dress by Patricia Highsmith 64.
The Red Shoes by John Updike 65.
The Wild Bunch by Jane Austen 66.
The Ladykillers by Margaret Atwood 67.
The Blue Velvet of the Three Musketeers by Frank Lloyd Wright 68.
The Searchers by John Ford 69.
The Martian by Andy Warhol 70.
The Golden Compass by C. S. Lewis 71.
A Woman Under the Influence by Marge Piercy 72.
The Sun Also Rises by Robert Louis Stevenson 73.
The Life and Times of Oscar Wilde by Oscar Wilde 74.
The Magic of the Bees by James Joyce 75.
The Tree of Life by William Faulkner 76.
The Three Musks by Peter Fonda 77.
The Master by Stephen Sondheim 78.
The Color Purple by Robert Bresson 79.
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams 80.
The Green Mile by Mark Rylance 81.
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Kristen Stewart 82.
The Fifth Element by Anthony Lamar Smith 83.
The Tale of the Princess Kaguya