Top 10 MILF Movies

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there’s something about older women that makes them undeniably attractive. The term MILF has been getting a lot more press of late, and is usually attributed to a young man’s (or woman’s) infatuation towards an older women figure.

In the past decades, many movies have been made focusing exclusively on older woman younger man relationships. Today, we’re going to talk about the top 10 MILF movies.

#10. The Mother (2003)

The Mother (2003)

This British drama from 2003 features practically every type of forbidden love imaginable. The story revolves around May. A mature woman’s life is turned upside down when her spouse passes away unexpectedly while visiting their adult children.

May, played by Anne Reid, now has the opportunity to start a new chapter in her life in her senior years, rekindling old passions and embarking on a passionate romance with a gorgeous guy half her age.

To make matters worse, this man is also having an affair with May’s daughter, Paula, and has a long history of substance addiction and violence. After all, this may not be May’s opportunity for her ideal fairy tale romance.

Funded entirely by the BBC, the mother received numerous award nominations, including an ALFs award for Anne Reid’s performance. May might have all the makings of a MILF, what with her renewed love for life. But she also qualifies as the even rarer guilt. Score one for Daniel Craig for playing her love interest in this film.

#9. Queen of Hearts (2019)

Queen of Hearts (2019)

If you’re looking for a film that will make you feel really uncomfortable while watching it, 2019’s Queen of Hearts may be just what you’re looking for.

This Danish play demonstrates that, no matter how successful one’s life may be, love will always remain at the core of most people’s lives.

The plot centers on Anne, a wealthy lawyer who is married to Peter, a doctor. They have two girls together, but Peter also has a son from a previous marriage who lives with them.

As Anne and her stepson become closer, a love relationship blossoms between them. Never mind that her stepson is still a juvenile, a difficulty Anne is well aware of as a lawyer.

Queen of Hearts is dangerously close to becoming a smut flick. What with all of the intimate scenes being unstimulated, however, critics agreed that the drama at the center of the story and the powerful performances provided by the cast compensate for some of the most controversial scenes in the film. 

#8. In the Bedroom (2001)

In the Bedroom (2001)

With a title like in the bedroom, you might be able to anticipate where this film is headed. Aside from the spicy titles, Todd Field’s independent film is regarded as one of the greatest crime dramas of the early 2000s.

Oh, and the bedroom in the film’s title refers to the back chamber of a lobster trap, which is precisely what we were thinking about.

In the Bedroom follows Frank, a college-aged son from an apparently happy marriage. Frank’s parents, on the other hand, are anxious about their son’s beloved Natalie, an older divorced lady with two little children and a violent ex-husband.

Natalie is played by Marisa Tomei, an actress who’s basically become the very definition of MILF. So much so, in fact, that it’s become something of an inside joke in the newest MCU Spider-Man films, where Tommy plays an incredibly alluring version of Aunt May, even Tony Stark himself couldn’t resist Tommy’s charms, and it’s quite easy to see why.

#7. The Piano Teacher (2001)

The Piano Teacher (2001)

The Piano Teacher starred Isabelle Huppert as Erika Kohut, an unmarried lady with a difficult history with men, and won three honors at the Cannes Film Festival.

Erika lives with her mother and has become an emotional wreck as a result of years of abuse. Erika forms a friendship with Walter, one of her students. He’s a lot younger than she is, but that’s only the beginning for this problematic couple.

Most guys would stay a hundred feet away from Erika because of her masochistic inclinations, but not Walter. He’s resolved to be at her side, even as Erica’s condition worsens.

Huppert’s performance in this film is truly unique, being one of the most applauded elements of the film at Cannes. Both Nicole Kidman and Jessica Chastain have mentioned Huppert’s performance in The Piano Teacher as an inspiration for their acting careers. 

#6. Malena (2000)

Malena (2000)

Malena is a controversial 2000 film starring Monica Bellucci as Malena, a gorgeous lady who becomes the object of Renato’s devotion as he learns how the world works.

Set in Italy during World War II, Malena also gives viewers a glimpse into what it’s like to grow up in such a brutal world, and how Renato’s fascination with Malena could have been the perfect getaway.

Despite the contentious age disparity between Malena and Renato, the novel offers a heartfelt portrayal of love at a young age. Sure, there are some difficult scenes in the film where we realize how far Malena has fallen from grace, but the majority of it is done tastefully.

However, some scenes were still considered too explicit for some markets. In territories such as the U.S. and the U.K., for example, more than 16 percent of the film was scrapped by censors.

#5. Y tu mamá también (2001)

Y tu mamá también (2001)

In 2001, what appears to be a typical Mill Road film rapidly transforms into a study of friendship, love, and life itself. Likewise, your mother.

This heartbreaking drama, directed by Alfonso Cuarón, centers on the connection between two best friends and their adult, loving.

Julio and Tenoch, two youngsters, have recently broken up with their girlfriends. They set out on a journey across Mexico with Luisa, a woman in her late twenties.

The three grow romantically entangled along the road, and they end up in some pretty compromising circumstances. The age gap between the boys and Luisa isn’t the only point of contention in the film.

However, each scene in the movie drives the friends further apart, ending in Julio confessing to Tenoch that he slept with his friend’s mother, hence the name of the film.

#4. The Reader (2008)

The Reader (2008)

Michael, a 15-year-old boy, walks the streets of Berlin in 1958. He meets Hanna, a 36-year-old lady, by coincidence, and she supports him as his health deteriorates due to a serious case of scarlet fever.

Hanna gets promoted at her work, forcing her to leave Michael behind, and the two begin an intimate romance. After a few years, Michael learns the horrifying truth about Hanna’s true identity. She worked as a Nazi guard during WWII and is now facing charges for her activities.

The movie is full of surprising plot twists such as that, and the truth is never as simple as it might seem. Due to the graphic nature of the intimate scenes between Hanna and Michael, the production had to be delayed until after the actor who played the boy, David Cross, turned 18.

#3. Murmur of the Heart (1971)

Murmur of the Heart (1971)

It’s natural for a child to adore his mother. However, some of them go to perilous lengths, like in the instance of young Laurent Chevalier in the 1971 film Murmur of the Heart.

Laurent’s connection with his lovely Italian mother, Clara, is tumultuous. We don’t mean complex in the psycho sense. That’s not it; it’s something far more Oedipal.

Murmur of the Heart, a coming-of-age dramedy, was favorably welcomed by French and American critics. The film’s writer and director, Louis Malle, has stated that the film is autobiographical, although the incestuous relationship is only one element of the plot. In any case, this is not a movie you should watch with your mother.

#2. Harold and Maude (1971)

Harold and Maude (1971)

Harold is a young man who is death-obsessed. Maude is a septuagenarian concentration camp survivor who enjoys every moment of her existence. In Harold and Maude, an existentialist comedy that could only have been produced in the 1970s, this unusual combination finally falls in love.

This film has the distinction of having the widest age gap of any on our list. Harold is 19 years old when he meets and falls in love with Maude, a 79-year-old woman.

Despite the film’s zany antics, the storyline is a moving examination of the worth of life and how fragile and meaningful each single moment can be. Harold and Maude director Hal Ashby wanted to film a scene of the two lovebirds making love.

However, Paramount Pictures vehemently opposed the idea. It could be said that this decision added an extra layer of cuteness to the relationship between the two, as it never was portrayed as a purely carnal affair.

#1. The Graduate (1967)

The Graduate (1967)

The picture that started Dustin Hoffman’s career and cemented his place as a comedic legend for years. The Graduate, from 1967, is still regarded as one of the most popular MILF romance films ever made.

Hoffman plays Ben Braddock, a recent college graduate who has become disillusioned with his life. But, until he meets Mrs. Robinson, his love for the young and attractive Elaine Robinson gives him a new purpose.

Elaine’s mother is a beguiling woman who manipulates Ben and Elaine with her womanly attributes. A sweet coming-of-age tale that reminds us that not all happy endings last forever.

Anne Bancroft plays the role of Mrs. Robinson, and her beauty and charm no doubt made her the subject of many fantasies in the 70s. Regarded as one of the most influential films of the 60s.

The Graduate can be seen as the anthem of an increasingly cynical youth. The quote Mrs. Robinson, you’re trying to seduce me are you” will forever be etched into the annals of cinema history and is a prime example of the awkward chemistry of most MILF related romances.

The Graduate was highly praised by critics, even if some of the film’s events could be considered somewhat out of touch by modern standards.

That said, audiences still love Dustin Hoffman’s awkward energy and Anne Bancroft alluring personality. As the film scores an impressive 8.0 out of 10 on IMDb website.

 

 


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