Is Magic Mike a good film?

09/07/2019 Off By admin

Is Magic Mike a good film?

Still, it’s a film BOTH genders can enjoy, and it shouldn’t be limited to “a movie for the ladies.” MAGIC MIKE is funny and dramatic when it needs to be, but the main reason it succeeds is because of the cast. Overall, MAGIC MIKE is a very good film. Just don’t expect a lot of stripping.

What is the point of Magic Mike?

The screenplay is in part inspired by Channing Tatum’s experiences as a stripper in Tampa, Florida, when he was 18 years old. Tatum said that he wanted to capture the atmosphere and energy of his past as a stripper, but that the film is fictional, which allowed them to create their own scenarios.

How much of Magic Mike is a true story?

No, ‘Magic Mike’ is not entirely based on a true story, though it is partially inspired by true events. In fact, the film takes inspiration from the life of its lead actor, Channing Tatum, who plays the role of Mike.

At what age is Magic Mike appropriate?

Age Appropriate for: 17+.

Why is Magic Mike yellow?

The yellow-hued cinematography. In Magic Mike, Soderbergh again uses yellow filters in the exterior daylight scenes, for no apparent reason other than to make these scenes look monochromatically dull compared to the more vibrantly colorful nighttime strip scenes.

What happened at the end of Magic Mike?

Mike (Channing Tatum) decides he’s had enough stripping and walks out on Dallas (Matthew McConaughey), who puts Adam (Alex Pettyfer) in charge of the group. Mike goes to talk to Adam’s sister Brooke (Cody Horn) to let her know his decision and they finally hook up.

Is Magic Mike filmed in sepia?

As with any Soderbergh feature, Magic Mike is anything but mainstream in its approach. With a constant yellow, sepia hue to each scene and thoughtful, impeccably crafted scene structure, the technical aspects of the film are pitch-perfect.

Does Mike end up with Brooke Magic Mike?

So the answer to the question – Is Mike still with Brooke in Magic Mike XXL? – is a big no. In an interview with Vanity Fair, Cody Horn who played the role of Brooke confirmed that she was not in it because “there’s no room for a girlfriend in [the sequel]”.