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Let's hear it for the boys! Matthew McConaughey, Channing Tatum (Step Up) and Alex Pettyfer (I Am Number Four) star in this revealing drama set in the world of exotic male dancing. Tatum plays Magic Mike, a womanizing hustler with an entrepreneurial spirit who makes his living on the stage. When he takes on a protégé (Pettyfer) to instruct him in the fine art of hustling onstage and off, he finds himself falling for the newcomer's sister (Cody Horn) -- and questioning his life choices. Oscar® winner Steven Soderbergh (Sex, Lies & Videotape, Ocean's Eleven films) directs an all-star cast that also includes White Collar's Matt Bomer, True Blood's Joe Manganiello, Olivia Munn and Matthew McConaughey as a former dancer and now owner of the club.
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Critics Consensus: Magic Mike's sensitive direction, smart screenplay, and strong performances allow audiences to have their beefcake and eat it too.
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Common Sense Says
Cheerful stripper comedy is too sexy, mature for kids.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Magic Mike is an ensemble drama about a group of male strippers (played by Channing Tatum and Matthew McConaughey, among others), so there's a great deal of nudity. Although there's no complete "full monty," every dance sequence includes the guys stripping down to tiny thongs that show their butts and highlight their genitals. In one scene, a penis is briefly pumped before a man goes on stage, and several sex scenes feature topless women. Language is also quite strong, with "f--k" used in almost every scene. There's also lots of drinking and some drug use; an underage character nearly dies from an overdose. And two henchmen rough up someone they're trying to intimidate. Bottom line? The amount of nudity, language, and substance use make this drama too mature for anyone under 17.
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- Release Date:June 29, 2012
- Audio Format:5.1
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