"The Last Seduction" (1994)http://youtu.be/jj2hpVz1NlU
Noir-inspired drama/thriller about a tough-as-nails New York woman (Linda Fiorentino) who takes off with a suitcase full of her drug-dealing husband's cash. She then settles in a small town under an assumed name, begins an affair with a local yokel and manipulates him into finishing her dirty work for her.
Linda Fiorentino's excellent performance is the main reason to watch this movie - not only is she smokin' hot but you kinda end up rooting for her even though she's a totally cold-as-ice, amoral beeyotch.
Great movie, great villain. Fiorentino should have won the Oscar for that.
VALENTINO (1977): The life and times of Rudolph Valentino (portrayed by ballet dancer Rudolf Nuryev) as directed by Ken Russell in his typical excessive style. It turns out Nuryev couldn't act and the script provides no insight into Valentino beyond the what you could find in the scandal sheets of the day, but the prison rape scene, at least, is classic Russellmania. 2.5/5.