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Elijah Hall
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365 Days: This Day Movie

This week, Netflix dropped the hotly anticipated sequel to erotic movie 365 Days. Everyone knows that the film is basically all sex with subtle notes of an actual plot, but 365 Days: This Day is getting absolutely ripped into on Rotten Tomatoes for just how awful it is.

365 Days: This Day Movie

The third film has dropped only four months after the second, but this is due to the fact that both films were filmed back to back in 2021. The films are based on the fictional novels written by Polish author Blanka Lipińska, and The Next 365 Days is the name of the third book.

The Polish movie 365 DNI, or 365 Days in English, has been a massive success since getting a wide release on Netflix in 2020. Many fell quickly for the charms of Laura and Massimo, no matter how nonsensical the story of the movie actually was.

Updated January 15, 2022, by Ritwik Mitra: 365 Days is one of the most popular movies on Netflix, with its sensual content being viewed by millions around the globe. It's clear that the content present in 365 Days is quite appealing to many fans, and people would like to see more movies in the same vein. While movies of great quality can be hard to find in this department, there's no denying that the following movies could be right up the alley of any person who is a fan of this erotic Polish movie.

Fifty Shades of Grey is one of the first movies that comes to mind when people talk about 365 Days, and it's easy to see why this is the case. The novel this movie is based on became a phenomenon, with its steamy content being right up the alley of many readers.

Expectations were high for the movie, and most people are of the opinion that the movie delivered despite having its fair share of flaws. It's by no means a perfect adaptation, but Fifty Shades of Grey does enough things right to satiate most fans.

The Girl Next Door is a funny rom-com that fans of 365 Days can have a great time with. The movie takes a look at the life of a high school student and how his life is turned upside down after a former adult actress moves in next door.

The chain of events that occurs is hilarious and makes this movie well worth a watch. It helps that Emile Hirsch and Elisha Cuthbert actually have great chemistry, which is readily apparent throughout the entire movie.

Speaking of rom-coms, another great movie that comes to mind is Friends with Benefits. The duo of Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis starts in a hilarious movie that explores the concept of being more than friends and the complications that arise within such a dynamic.

Friends with Benefits is a great movie, and fans of 365 Days can definitely get some enjoyment out of watching this flick. The humor and writing are top-notch, keeping things fresh and engaging till the movie reaches its bombastic climax.

It's only fitting that a great recommendation for fans of 365 Days would be a sequel, and that is exactly what 365 Days: This Day delivers. The duo of Massimo and Laura light up the screen once again, with the movie bringing its fair share of action and suspenseful moments.

365 Days: This Day is a complete package that fans of the first movie will have a great time with. The plot itself might not be anything to write home about, but the movie's steamy content is exactly what viewers signed up for.

Nothing in the realm of sexual experience is left out of the story of Joe. While there are many sickening and disreputable things Joe does and admits to doing throughout the movies, the intrigue of putting these things to screen is what made it such an experience that retains a unique place in cinema as a romantic movie that isn't about people ending up together or happy.

While The Voyeurs relies more on the thriller aspect and only has a few steamier scenes, it deals with the fascination with taboo sex that some fans of movies like 365 Days might be able to relate to. The twists and turns that the movie takes along the way are intriguing and will keep audiences hooked until the end.

If audiences wish they could find something on the LGBTQIA+ side of things in cinema that was similarly filled with scenes of an explicit nature, Below Her Mouth is perfect. The movie, about a young woman engaged to a man who meets a confident lesbian and falls for her, contains plenty of sex scenes and has been praised for the steaminess it brings to the screen.

While critics have panned the movie as failing on a more dramatic level, fans of 365 Days should enjoy what it brings and the two characters' emotional journeys throughout. While Below Her Mouth deals with a number of LGBT tropes that are familiar, it does it knowingly and will make interesting viewing for fans of the sub-genre.

Filled with sexual scenes featuring the couple and each of them individually sleeping with other people, Newness deals with the emotional side of modern dating as well as the sexier side of things and will intrigue fans of 365 Days who themselves are in the midst of this modern dating culture. None of the other movies like 365 Daysare exactly wholesome but Newness tries to bring things to a nicer conclusion than some others above and below it.

If the European style of 365 Days is something that someone is seeking more of, Elles should be perfect. About a journalist writing an article on prostitution, this French/Polish movie deals with a number of sexual and emotional topics.

The movie focuses on the interviews conducted between the journalist and two prostitutes as they recount many experiences they have had over the years and how they feel about their work. It also reveals how this later affects the journalist and her relationship with her husband. While a quieter, more contemplative movie than some others included in this article, Elles does plenty in keeping the scenes steamy for viewers as well.

A Spanish movie about a complicated, intense relationship that lasts for one year, Amar deals with Laura and Carlos. The pair decide to love each other as if every day was their last together, and Laura dreams of becoming pregnant one day as she breaks away from her previous life.

Another Spanish movie, Through My Window has only recently come out but deals with a couple that fans of 365 Days will absolutely love. Raquel is a teenage girl obsessed with Ares, one of the three heirs to a huge company that lives in a mansion next to her house.

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In 2020, Netflix released 365 Days, an erotic romance film that broke the internet. On the heels of the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy and its mixed reviews, 365 Days became just as popular but even more criticized. With a score of 0% on Rotten Tomatoes, the film gained popularity nonetheless. A singular line from the movie, Are you lost, baby girl?" became immortalized by social media. Likewise, lead star and eye-candy Michele Morrone, who plays Massimo in the film, will forever be tied to that famous line delivered with over-the-top sultriness.

While there were many bad reviews, there were good ones, too. Viewers called the film thrilling and daring compared to its not-so-distant relative, Fifty Shades of Grey. The sequel, 365 Days: This Day, was released in April 2022, and once more, critics had a field day. But which movie held up more, the first or the second?

The first film gave us more dialogue, but minutes went by in the sequel before the plot was revealed, which is frustrating for audiences. Many compared the movie's first minutes to commercials or music videos with its seemingly endless and overpowering soundtrack, minimal or no dialogue, and a barrage of montages. There is an expectation of a storyline to follow in movies, so those scenes came across as unnecessary although entertaining.

I think the director soon realized that this is not a music video and that they need to channel their plot-less plot forward. Thus, the first major conflict arises when Massimo decides to go back to work (I am not sure what else does he do, other than brooding in perfect-fit suits and looking creepily at every single person including Laura).

The film begins with an obvious nosedive into sweaty (honestly, nauseous) sex and nearly gag-worthy makeout sessions but overlooks the accident at the end of the previous movie. Early on, the couple gets married, and the audience is greeted with a sensual montage of their honeymoon. 041b061a72


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