Ah... At last, May is here. The snow has finally melted, the cherry blossoms are blossoming... love is in the air. Can you feel it? No? Not a fan of romance? Well then you've come to the right place. Once again, Woodrocket is more than happy to provide you with the best of the best of boobs, butts and everything else that you'll find on your favorite streaming sites for the month of May. So make Memorial Day a memorable one by indulging in the latest installment of...

SEXFLIX: The sexiest streaming movies & shows coming to NETFLIX, HBO GO, AMAZON PRIME, & HULU in May 2017

Love (2015)
Director Gaspar Noe has made a career out of making weird and risqué films and Love is no different. Clearly with Love, Noe was experimenting to see how close he could come to making a mainstream porn film. Love is straight up unsimulated sex for two hours straight. Like we're talking threesomes, lesbian, boring ol' boy/girl, all in full view for our pleasure (and I guess theirs). While the main stars Aomi Muyock and Klara Kristin are relative unknowns, that doesn't stop them from making the best first impressions they could possibly make. God bless foreign films.
(Netflix - May 1)

Two Lovers And A Bear (2016)
This Canadian film begs the question, is it possible to find true love when you live in the middle of nowhere up around the North Pole? But the REAL question that needs to be asked is, can you resist the temptation of ogling Orphan Black star Tatiana Maslany's Canadian cans? We couldn't.
(Netflix – May 2)

Coming To America (1998)
Any excuse to include one of the greatest comedies of the '80s here is a good excuse, even if it's just a couple of sexy topless ladies in a giant bathtub washing Eddie Murphy's royal penis. Sadly, no one wanted to wash Arsenio Hall's “crown jewels”. Not even someone from the Dawg Pound.
(Hulu - May 1)

Sin City (2005)
I will approve any film that has Jessica Alba seductively dancing around in her undies. The same applies to Rosario Dawson. Add in the nakedness of Carla Gugina and model Jaime King and there may be a sin city in my pants (does that even make sense? Who cares!)
(HBO NOW – May 1)

He Got Game (1998)
Back in the '90s, Spike Lee made movies people wanted to see. I know I know, it sounds crazy, but it's true! He Got Game stared Denzel Washington and a young Ray Allen and is about the ups and downs of trying to be a professional basketball player. Apparently that allure was too strong for Rosario Dawson and Milla Jovavich, who went topless for the sake of sports (go sports!). Ray Allen also has the pleasure of having a threesome with porn legends Jill Kelly and Chasey Lain. It's gotta be rough to be an athlete/actor. My heart goes out to Ray.
(HULU - May 15)

Bad Influence (1990)
As I mentioned last month with Dream Lover, any movie with James Spader is pretty much guaranteed to feature some skin and Bad Influence is no exception. From Lisa Zane – older sister of all-worldly actor Billy – to Palmer Lee Todd – star of Oscar snub Psycho Cop to Adrienne Leigh, who is credited on IMDB as “Gorgeous Blonde”, this fun little thriller clearly spent 98% of their budget on getting women naked and on Rob Lowe.
(Hulu - May 1)

The Doors (1991)
Val Kilmer deserved a lot more credit for his portrayal of Jim Morrison, but to us, the real unsung heroes of this film are Meg Ryan and Christina Fulton's fantastic racks. Oliver Stone deserved an Academy Award just for luring Fulton away from the runway.
(Amazon Prime – May 1)

Inventing The Abbots (1997)
It may be brief and the lighting may have been a little on the dark side, but Jennifer Connelly has amazing breasts and they are on display in this rather enjoyable film. Unfortunately Liv Tyler doesn't have the same level of immodesty but that's what imagination is for.
(HBO NOW - May 1)

Notorious (2009)
Whoever played Christopher Wallace AKA The Notorious B.I.G. Did a masterful job, however the best portrayal may have come from Naturi Naughton, who did her best to wear as little amount of clothing as she could possible wear in order to play Lil Kim as accurately as she could.
(HBO NOW – May 1)

The Break-Up (2006)
Let's be honest here, no one really ever wants to watch a Vince Vaughn movie. It's ok, you can admit it, we're all friends here. But sometimes it is ok to endure Vaughn's particular brand of unfunny comedy, and The Break-Up is one of those rare cases even if it is just for a glimpse of Jennifer Aniston's butt. It's crazy to think these two actually dated in real life. Gives hope for the rest of us “normals”, doesn't it?
(Netflix - May 16)