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0/5! Same as Magic Mike part 1 and same storyline! But Channing matched the role way more :)
what is this? ez a black version of 'magic mike: one and 2
Terrible! Don't waste your time or money.
Boring. The dancing is remedial, they just do the same body roll over and over. There was nothing sexy about it despite the hot bodies. They rag on the real Magic Mike and throw around the "N" word. The worst part was the over preachy sermen that makes you feel sleazy for even watching the movie. Save your money not worth your time.
Very low budget film.....the story was very predictable and lacked content!!!!
It's a must see!!!!!
Plain and Simple: Absolutely Horrible. The half star is actually for the soundtrack.
Of course we all knew that this movie was supposed to be the black Magic Mike, but they weren't even in the same league with Magic Mike!! The acting was bad, the dancing was bad, the plot was just above basic b*tch status. I had really high hopes for this movie counting that the cast is a bunch of delicious!!!, buff, gorgeous men BUT!! it fell flat. I'm so sad that it wasn't better. It seemed like they rushed it or something because it was just missing everything.
So bad. Weak story, uninteresting dancing, bad acting. Save your money and watch Magic Mike with a darkened screen.
Deray was funny as always. Love the Ginuwine dance scene and Bolo but "sexy chocolate" cannot dance it seemed like he was listening to a different song every time he danced... Magic Mike was better