John Enos' Sexy Filmography
Movies this celebrity has appeared sexy or nude in...
John Enos' Sexy TV Shows
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|2011||Femme Fatales||2 Reviews|
|1998||Sex and the City||3 Reviews|
|1993||Red Shoe Diaries: Naked in the Moonlight||1 Review|
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As with Antonio Sabàto Jr., Enos has never been shy about showing his great body, and his character here is the typical alpha male who leads the women around with his little finger. And just like Sabàto's outing on this show, the woman inexplicably rides Enos during sex, so that straight men never have to see a bare male tushie for a milisecond during their orgiastic viewing of the ladies' tits and ass, and lately va-jay-jay. This series is yet another example of Hollywood offering the "idea" of women in power (hence the title) but only as a cover up to exploit them completely while the men are covered the entire time. Lame.
Side; ep: Trophy Wife
I agree with Derek about the lack of nudity, although I just wanted to point out one quick side ass glimpse at the end of the episode, when his wife is on the hood of the car and he's on top of her. Nothing very good, but if you're a fan you may want to see it.
Buns in bedroom scene in second season episode
He strips to show Kim Cattrall his over-sized penis (which we never see, of course). The camera is behind him as he pulls his pants down and we get a good, close look at his great butt.
Shower scene and love scene
Nice shots of Enos' entire body (less frontal) as he is watched in an open shower. Great pans of his muscular ass as he makes love to the leading lady. Surprisingly uncompromised shots of actor from Zalman King who usually concentrates on the actress.
Nice rear view of Enos as he towels off in front of a mirror and talks to Mickey Rourke. And, no the mirror does not reflect a frontal shot for those who were curious.
Too often in films, the most musclebound men are willing to show their chests, but nothing else. If a male body is built that well, it gotsta have a built booty too. So why not show it off? Luckily, John Enos' character does that here. He goes from towel, to nude, to zebra bikini briefs, to a nice all-black outfit. Even Mickey Rourke's character, who just spent 8 years in jail, had to say something flattering (and homoerotic) to him. This nudity made an otherwise depressing and pessimistic film enjoyable.