Great Job, Internet!: Supercut synthesizes a half-century of sizzling cinematic seduction scenes

“Woman is the most fiendish instrument of torture ever devised to bedevil the days of man.” So said George Clooney in O Brother, Where Art Thou?, a film that is curiously not represented in Robert Jones’ “A Tribute To Female Seduction,” even though the steamy (yet arguably SFW and nudity-free) YouTube supercut amply proves Clooney’s point again and again over the course of four butt-wiggling, come-hither-stare-giving, shirt-tearing-open minutes of female seduction scenes from the last five decades of movies. Here, one will see such formidable screen sirens as Phoebe Cates, Demi Moore, Cybill Shepherd, Jamie Lee Curtis, Mena Suvari, Isla Fisher, Rebecca De Mornay, and many others use their feminine wiles and considerable physical attributes to vex and manipulate the weak-willed, easily tempted men in their lives. Men like, say, American Beauty‘s Kevin Spacey, who reacts thusly:

Message received. One curious sub-theme of this supercut, one perhaps not …

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