With a title like Autumn in New York (2000), expect some death and rebirth. The death comes from terminally ill and totally hot Winona Ryder, who plays a dying young thing who falls for the older Richard Gere. Gere is a womanizing sod, but his beautiful affair with Winona reforms this Casanova. The May-December romance is hot as summer in New York thanks to Winona, who provides the first skin of her career. It may only be an unintentional slip of the nipple from beneath a loose lace nightie while she's in bed, but considering she didn't let any more flesh fill the screen until Sex and Death 101 (2007), Winnie's skinny is worth a look.