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For decades, stories about strippers have graced the big screens. Now, Hustlers , starring Jennifer Lopez, Constance Wu, Lili Reinhart, and more, drops this week, flipping the traditional story on its head by making its dancers entrepreneurs who game the system and trick men into spending money while drugged out of their minds. In honor of Hustlers , we decided to round up some of the best, sexiest stripper movies of all time. Take a look, stream, and maybe hit the pole for a killer ab workout afterward. Channing Tatum brought his real-life stripper skills yes, he was a stripper before he became an actor! Stream Now.
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Ashley Greene. Age: 27. Enthusiastic young coquette with a luxurious model figure is eager to meet a generous and gallant man gentleman. If you want good sex, cool caresses and violent intercourse with me.
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Channing Tatum and Magic Mike have made stripping kind of respectable. But who bared all before him? The most exhilaratingly tacky film about strippers ever made stars Elizabeth Berkley as Nomi Malone, the ambitious small-town girl whose frenzied thrusting takes her all the way to Las Vegas. Screenwriter Joe Eszterhas always claimed that the film was meant to be funny.