Magic Mike’s Last Dance Reviews

By Javed Baloch -  11/Feb/23 Images - Social Media 

Critics have given a mixed response to the latest movie of the "Magic Mike" film franchise, "Magic Mike's Last Dance." The film stars Channing Tatum and Salma Hayek in lead roles.

Meredith Haggerty of VOX writes that the film collides ideas of female desire. A.O. Scott of the New York Times finds Tatum and Hayek to have a tantalizing chemistry,

but the script doesn't always support it. However, he finds Tatum's easy and gentlemanly demeanor to be a strong aspect of the film.

Crystal Ro of BuzzFeed notes that the film is a tamed-down version of the franchise, and may not be what fans are expecting, but it still offers a simple and enjoyable romance for those who prefer it.

Ross Bonaime of Deadline calls it the clunkiest film in the series, but notes that Tatum and director Steven Soderbergh are still having fun with it.

Jude Dry of IndieWire writes that the film's plot may not be complex, but the dance numbers, including a flash mob and a stunning finale, more than make up for it.

Katie Rife of Polygon describes the film as a lusty, aspirational fairy tale that feels like a stage musical with big emotions and lavish wardrobe choices.

Overall, "Magic Mike's Last Dance" sees mixed response from critics, with some praising the film's dance numbers and Tatum's performance, while others feel the film is a lesser quality in the franchise.