The only ploy to tailor a movie specifically to women that actually delivers. As a woman who prefers the company of other women and not so much Channing's, like, eight-pack, I was still blown away by this movie which proves how well this movie worked. It's not just about hot guys, it's about female pleasure. Being respectful towards your audience pays off.
Lo que salvo a la pelicula fue los movimientos de camara, me gusto mucho los colores obscuros junto con las luces cuando dan el show de strippers, loc colores son muy tipicos de musica electronica a mi parecer pero aun asi me encanta como la camara seguia los mivieminetos y hacia tomas al ritmo de la musica. Pero no es de mi favoritas tampoco aunque tiene buena dirección.
In some ways an inversion of its predecessor, this film is complete fantasy fulfillment, for both the performers, who are now crafting on-stage personas to match their real ambitions, as well as their audiences. The Kings of Tampa, reunited for one last score, attempt to both relive the past and remodel themselves as they leave it behind. A victory lap.
The men look great in next to nothing (yes, no peen here). The next best thing about this needless sequel is its perpetually cheer and inclusivity. It portrays a community existing to allow women to indulge in some lustful gazing; a public place to celebrate their desires in the most colourful way. It features two sexy and funny roles from Jada Pinkett and Andie Macdowell (!). What's not to like about that!
Its best moments are those like Mike dancing in his workshop: physicality as pure expression. Still, no matter how positively sex is framed in the film, there's still something a bit distasteful about the gender politics of lines like "a little yes and a little no" or "you got your smile back." The first film avoids this by ridiculing Mike's routines narratively, while enjoying them as aesthetically.