Monday Movie Meme – Bring on the Heat

Feature Presentation…MONDAY MOVIE MEME
This week’s movie topic is all about Heat…
Devoted Monday Movie Meme-er Nicole @ The Madlab Post recently suggested
a topic for us that I thought was very appropriate given the weather we have
been having here in the Boston region lately. She wanted to discuss movies
containing a heat wave or extreme summer heat that was present in but not
necessarily the focus of the film…Share on your blog movies that turned the heat on their characters and link back here, The Bumbles.
Of course, the first one that comes to mind is Body Heat View Image  (1981).  Kathleen Turner and William Hurt were smokin’ hot!
The next obvious choice is the Seven Year Itch View Image  (1955).  Even if you haven’t seen this movie that takes place one hot summer you are probably familiar with iconic Marilyn Monroe scene.
And while I’m thinking of hot, iconic images my mind goes to this scene.View ImageTop Gun (1986)View Image
Holes View Image(2003) is very hot.  How hot would you be digging holes all day in the desert?
So, what’s another movie that sizzles?

16 thoughts on “Monday Movie Meme – Bring on the Heat

  1. StephanieD says:

    This post brings to mind watching A Time to Kill – don’t remember the plot or if it was any good – all I remember is that all the actors were sweating profusely. It was supposed to be set in the South and it looked really, really hot.

  2. Tami says:

    “Roadhouse” with Patrick Swayze. Especially the scene that shows his naked rear end. Oh, you didn’t mean that kind of hot. Sorry!

  3. Kathleen says:

    I love The Seven Year Itch. I need to add that to my Netflix queue. It has been way too long since I have seen that one. Can you believe I have never seen Body Heat?

  4. thetruebookaddict says:

    Body Heat was a great choice. I always thought the movie, The Long, Hot Summer with Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward was pretty sizzling. There was also a remake with Don Johnson that was passable, but the original was far better.

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