Remember when Seth MacFarlane delighted (or offended, or bewildered, or whatever) millions of viewers with "We Saw Your Boobs," the rousing opening ditty at the 85th Annual Academy Awards? It seems like only yesterday but it was actually two days ago.
Some people loved it, some people hated it, some people couldn't care less. Regardless of the wildly divergent response to one of the most unexpected (and subversive) musical numbers in the history of the Oscars, "We Saw Your Boobs" is practically begging for a companion piece, one that focuses on ... well, you know, male nudity, which is certain a growing (HA!) phenomenon in cinema in recent years.