All posts tagged "Magic Mike"

  • Article
    Six Spot #3: Best Supporting Actor 2012

    Welcome back to the Six Spot!  In case you’re new to the Six Spot, this is a...

  • Article
    In Defense: Channing Tatum

    The alternate title for this post was going to be ‘Why Channing Tatum is our Next Great Movie Star (and could win an Oscar soon)’ but I decided to spare you all the righteous indignation of it all. I decided to publish this after a lengthy Twitter discussion with Joseph, Joey, Robert, Mark...

  • Article
    Oscars 2013: Will Win/Should Win (Hamer)

    I knew this day would come, and it is with a sense of both excitement and sadness.  By the end of my long deployment, I will have earned the most difficult and significant achievement of my life – Surface Warfare Officer Qualification, and finally perform the mission that my ship and I...

  • Film Reviews
    Snippet Reviews: ‘Flight’ and ‘Wreck-It Ralph’

    For someone who has a tremendous fear of flying, I can say that the opening act of Robert Zemeckis’ Flight is one of the most terrifying film experiences I’ve had in years, as Denzel Washington flies a malfunctioning plane completely inverted in an attempt to save the lives on board his craft. From...

  • Article
    Box Office Review: The Calm Before the Storm That’s Rising

    It didn’t take long for The Amazing Spider-Man to be dethroned at the box office, though I think some of us were thinking it might last another week before being knocked off by The Dark Knight Rises. Instead, Spidey fell to second place at the hands of the fourth film in Fox’s...

  • News
    Sequel to ‘Magic Mike’ in the works

    Channing Tatum has done his part to change my opinion of him this year. He hit a new low for me with ‘The Vow’ back in February, but a month later he surprised me with his comic aptitude in ’21 Jump Street’. Finally, last month Tatum had what I might call his...

  • Article
    Box Office Review: ‘Amazing’ Amount of Dollars Tangled in Spidey’s Web

    The Semi-entertaining Amazing Spider-Man had a very successful six-day opening, hauling in over $140 million in its first week in release ($65 million for the weekend). Marc Webb’s reboot has now raked in $341.2 million internationally, after two weekends in theatres overseas. While the box office has started off slower than the...

  • Article
    Box Office Review: ‘Ted’ and ‘Magic Mike’ Prove That Raunchy Can Sell

    Disney/Pixar’s Brave didn’t have a very long run at the top of the box office. In fact it fell to third in what was only its second week in release. While the film is certainly worth seeing, I still remain in the camp that Brave is not among the storied company’s best films...

  • General
    Circuit Round-Up (Week Ending 7/1)

    Hello everyone! I am officially back to bring you the weekly recap on all that went down at The Awards Circuit. I would like to thank Robert Hamer for doing a tremendous job taking over the reins for two weeks during my deep entrenchment in the Los Angeles Film Festival. Speaking of...

  • Weekend Openings
    Weekend Openings (June 29-July 1)

    Looks like this weekend will go down in the books as one of pleasant surprises, both financially and quality-wise.  Whether that will translate into Oscar nominations may happen for at least one of them… Steven Soderbergh and Channing Tatum take us into the world of male strippers in Magic Mike, about a...

  • Film Reviews
    Magic Mike (***½)

    If Robert Altman had chosen to make a film about the lives of male strippers, the end result might have resembled ‘Magic Mike’, a shockingly great flick that’s far better than it probably has any right to be (I’ll talk more about the Altman connection in a bit). A ton of credit...

  • General
    New ‘Magic Mike’ trailer gives us more beefcake and Pettyfer

    The Magic Mike promo swing is in full effect. Not only have the stars done a full article and photo shoot in Entertainment Weekly, but a new trailer from the film has been released. The trailer after the jump is much better than the first at giving away bits of the plot but really...