An FBI agent enlists the help of a con man and his seductive partner in David O. Russell's American Hustle (2013). Christian Bale stars as Irving Rosenfeld, a con man who, along with his seductive and cunning partner Sydney Prosser (Amy Adams), is recruited to work for FBI agent Richie DiMaso (Bradley Cooper). Ok, maybe "recruit" is the wrong word--DiMaso blackmails the duo into joining an undercover investigation to expose corruption at the highest levels of New Jersey's government. Their mission puts Rosenfeld and Prosser in contact with some pretty shady characters, but it's Rosenfeld's jealous, certifiably loony wife Rosalyn (Jennifer Lawrence) who threatens to derail the entire operation. Sadly, Jennifer doesn't derail her boobs from her dress, although she looks incredible in a series of low-cut '70s dresses and white lingerie at the 24-minute mark. Co-stars Erica McDermott and Elisabeth Rohm also flash some pretty appealing cleavage, but it's Amy Adams who pushes the limits by performing a tassel-clad striptease, baring a generous slice of sideboob, as well as baring her right breast as she is getting onto the bed with Christian Bale just before the 20-minute mark, and pulling up her dress to bare buttcheek 59 minutes in. And with a lesbian liplock between Amy and Jennifer an hour and 24 minutes in, American Hustle will turn your short con into a long con.