Magic Mike XXL

Magic Mike XXL

Magic Mike XXL

Channing Tatum revisits his exploits as a male stripper in this steamy sequel (that he also co-wrote). Three years after retiring, "Magic Mike" Lane reunites most of his old gang - with the exception of Dallas (Matthew McConaughey) - for one final explosive performance. Andie MacDowell, Amber Heard, Jada Pinkett Smith and Elizabeth Banks co-star alongside the sea of abs and testosterone. Stepping into the director’s chair is Gregory Jacobs, Steven Soderbergh’s (director of the original) long-time assistant director and co-producer.

2015Rating: R16, Offensive language, drug use and sexual themes115 minsUSA
Comedy

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Magic Mike XXL / Reviews

Flicks, Leonie Hayden

Flicks, Leonie Hayden

“This isn’t bro time, this is show time!” So proclaims a strip club MC in the sequel to Steven Soderbergh’s 2012 surprise hit Magic Mike. XXL definitely contains more bro and show than its predecessor.

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Variety

Variety

Magic Mike XXL is most fun when it isn’t trying to justify itself, but just kicking back with the guys.

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Total Film

Total Film

Packed tight, Jacobs’ straightforward sequel may boast less up top than the Soderbergh-directed original, but still bulges where it counts.

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Time Out

Time Out

Less improvised, borderline cheesy but still very fun sequel.

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The Telegraph

The Telegraph

It’s more glammed-up, rising above any element of tawdry exploitation, and is more of an outright comedy.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

We’re always waiting for something important or interesting to happen, but it never really does.

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The Dissolve

The Dissolve

More than the first Magic Mike, XXL is a loose, shambling party bus—or party organic fro-yo food truck, to be more exact...

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Magic Mike XXL is ridiculously entertaining.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

This one takes all of the original’s surface — chiefly the hip gyrations — and none of the substance, interesting character arcs or charms.

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