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Gary Oldman's "Dracula"

When Francis Ford Coppola took on "Dracula" in 1992, he was treading on sacred territory. Lucky for him, the film became a fast favorite for vampire aficionados, and even garnered a handful of Oscars. Gary Oldman's bone-chilling turn as the title character was partly to thank, as were his steamy scenes with Mina Murray, played by Winona Ryder. Sexy? Oh yeah. Verdict: Sexy
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