Netflix’s MILF Review: Nudity, Beach, and Cougars!

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MILF premiered on Netflix on 16 July 2020. The 2018 film has made a buzz since it has now paved its way to Netflix featuring Marie-Josée Croze, Virginie Ledoyen, Axelle Laffont, Waël Sersoub, Matthias Dandois, Victor Meutelet and Rémi Pedevilla.

MILF? WTF

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The french movie titled MILF grabbed attention and even disappointed some people in regards to its name. While MILF isn’t an offensive word in France for a wider population it is. The premise of the film is basic – 3 women out somewhere and 3 younger boys attracted to them.

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Series like Fatal Affair and Dark Desire have recently premiered on Netflix offering more sexual content with a better storyline (kind of!) The movie, despite its name, fails to be one. It isn’t comedy, nor a romance – which puts it at a very weird place.

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There are jokes about pubic hair, penis sizes, masturbation, fellatio, and orgasms but they are not funny. The punchline the movie carries is “J’essaye de te faire squirter” ( “I’m trying to make you squirt.”) It’s straight up a pain in the arse.

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With one of the guys having a mad lover who is badly after him, a lady dealing with a sad past, to a man cheating on another one of the ladies – the movie seems to be vulgar sex comedy with not even a minuscule of laughter.

It does feature some none-sensual sex scenes with Elise (Axelle Laffont) and Paul (Waël Sersoub) playing YES MASTER! And with semi-nude scenes that’ll make you ask “why”.

Stream it or Skip It?

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SKIP IT! The 90-minutes-long movie drags itself to its very end. It’s neither funny nor romantic! And if you don’t know what a MILF is, in a scene Paul says “You’re not cougars, you’re MILF’s!” He then tells them the whole meaning.

MILF is streaming now on Netflix.

Read our other reviews here.

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