USA | 2015 | 115 min | 14A

Three years after Mike bowed out of the stripper life at the top of his game, he and the remaining Kings of Tampa hit the road to Myrtle Beach to put on one last blow-out performance.

Director: Steven Soderbergh
Cast: Channing Tatum, Joe Manganiello, Matt Bomer



Heat Wave at the Revue Cinema, a lineup of the greatest summer movies ever made, kicks off on July 5th with MAGIC MIKE XXL with an introduction by Emily Gagne!

Get back on the pony this summer with your favourite male entertainers and a jolt of pure, unadulterated himbo cinema: Magic Mike XXL!

Whether you loved the original Magic Mike or were disappointed by its focus on the gritty side of stripping over the actual act itself, you will find yourself, uh, hard pressed not to enjoy this sweaty, sexy and sweet sequel. Magic Mike XXL is everything its name promises and more, giving you more face time with the irresistible “Kings of Tampa” (a.k.a. the ex-employees of fictional Florida strip joint Xquisite including Channing Tatum’s dancer-turned-furniture-maker Mike Lane) as well as extended routines that will make you want to toss loonies into the aisles.

What makes Magic Mike XXL the best film in its three-part franchise is its loving embrace of its core audience. In between scenes of Mike, Big Dick Richie (Joe Manganiello), Ken (Matt Bomer), Tito (Adam Rodriguez) and Tarzan (Kevin Nash) taking stages of all shapes and sizes on their way to a stripper convention in Myrtle Beach, this movie delivers important messages about consent, pleasure and friendship. And this time there are some great women in the mix: Amber Heard as brokenhearted photographer Zoe, Andie MacDowell as horny divorcee Nancy, Elizabeth Banks as convention queen Paris and, last but not least, Jada Pinkett Smith as MC and strip club owner Rome.

With a soundtrack that ranges from Nine Inch Nails to the Backstreet Boys and one of the most thrilling climaxes (no pun intended) in modern film history, Magic Mike XXL is guaranteed to make you smile. Just make sure you bring a hanky to wipe the sweat off your satisfied face. (EMILY GAGNE)


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