A vision from his dead mother leads a young man into a dangerous underworld in Charlie Countryman (2013). When Charlie (Shia LaBeouf)'s late mother appears to him in a dream and tells him to go to Bucharest, Charlie buys a ticket for the next flight across the Atlantic. On the plane he meets the beautiful and enigmatic Gabi (Evan Rachel Wood); unaware that she belongs to a notorious Romanian gangster, Charlie falls head over heels for Gabi and follows her into a dangerous subterranean community fueled by sex, drugs and violence. Speaking of, you've got ample opportunities to ogle Romanian rib cushions in this flick, starting at the 45-minute mark as Shia hallucinates a room full of topless women and continuing 1 hour in as Harry Potter star Rupert Grint gets a lap dance from two topless strippers. And if that's not enough for you, fast-forward to the 1-hour, 19-minute mark as Evan Rachel Wood gives the audience wood by whipping out her wobblies. Charlie Countryman will get your Charlie going, man.