Mike Lane is a thirty-year old living in Tampa, Florida. He has big plans for a business of his own but pays his bills through a series of odd jobs, most notably performing as the star stripper at Xquisite Strip Club in Tampa, a club owned by Dallas, who has dreams of creating an "empire" of strip clubs. One night Adam, a teen-aged work-mate of Mike, follows him to the club and, when one of the acts is unable to go on,he is prevailed upon to strip - becoming a huge hit. However success goes to his head and his foolish actions not only threaten to jeopardize his sister Brooke';;;s relationship with Mike but Mike';;;s ambitions as well. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Zahid C (ru) wrote: Day: SaturdayDate: 1 Oct 2016Time: 10.00 pmWith: MaaOn: HDTV
Sarah B (ca) wrote: This was literally painful to watch. So bad. So predictable. Such a bad story line mash-up of all of the older movies. The acting was even terrible. Slow it down, come up with something fresh and get back to what we love. These movies have progressively gotten worse. I almost wish that it was just strictly dancing with no story.
Colin F (kr) wrote: I absolutely loved the performance from all these amazing and talented women. The comedy is off the charts hilarious, I couldn't have asked for more!
Robert I (br) wrote: This movie is proof that movies about gay characters works. That said, the movie is still rough around the edges. The acting is in that bad "indie film" territory and because it's about a gay relationship everyone around them seems to be gay too. My biggest complaint is just the false synopsis. I thought this 'magic app' was going to lead a movie of fantasy encounters. Not at all the case. The lead just needed a "Pina Colada" moment, as his mate is wonderful and not at all terrible, but this app makes both their lives a living Hell. When the movie ended I stated that while all's well that ends well, the app did NOT need to ruin both their lives in the process. Are they better off in the end than in the beginning? I'm very unsure. But given how into the film I was while watching it, it did continue my advocacy for more gay characters in mainstream films.
Andy R (ca) wrote: One of the better climbing movies I've seen- maybe even better than Touching the Void.
Chasity H (it) wrote: bring it on all or nothing!!!
Caroline N (kr) wrote: Nobody needs this movie. No drug addict, no drug dealer, no LA suburb kiddie, or mom, or dad... just no one. Even if you are in the mood for an average drug movie you still will be disappointed... This is a NO GO movie!
Paul C (au) wrote: Below average thriller despite an impressive cast and a decent central performance from Kilmer. The story just isnt interesting enough and it plods along to its pretty obvious conclusion. Funny to see Steve-O's (Jackass) pointless cameo at the end though!
Jennie R (de) wrote: Not a bad Van Damme movie. I was pulled in kept attentive for the hour & a half. Interesting storyline. Dont think I would seek this movie out to see a second time but it is worth seeing once.
Carl M (br) wrote: Caroline mistakenly resurrects the spirit of her murderous ancestor, the Candyman, during the opening of an art exhibit that is being held in his honor, unleashing another wave of terror throughout the streets of Los Angeles during the Day of the Dead celebration. CANDYMAN 3 is filled with ridiculous racial stereotypes, dreadful dialog, and pitiful performances. Playboy Playmate Donna D'Errico only has two things going for her, and they aren't her sharp wit or keen acting prowess. She is simply atrocious in the lead, and would have been better off sticking with Baywatch. Turi Meyer doesn't do much better as director, creating very little suspense or atmosphere as he turns away from the Gothic ghost story and embraces the Slasher genre. His attempt to recreate the stylish and moody Mardi Gras sequence from the second film falls flat. Worst off is poor Tony Todd, who desperately tries to carry the weight of the film himself, but whose performance ultimately suffers from the sophomoric script. This sequel is best left forgotten. -Carl ManesI Like Horror Movies
Justin O (kr) wrote: The writers should go to hell
John Eric D (it) wrote: It's a masterpiece. Could have been an art and house but I think it's more than that which is really an amazing film. De Niro deserves accolades I like his acting on this one. A very very long movie but I'm focused very much on the story line. I'm stunned by how the camera angles are placed in. I'm hooked by each of its consequences. This film making at its best. It has some shots where it focuses way too much on the character and you're thinking like, uhmm what's gonna happened next, I'm staring with him or her too much. Which is kinda awkward but it is pretty effective to be honest. You can see those actors emotions very well. The only part that I kinda hate in this film is the structure of the story line. I'm not against with those flashbacks but you kinda think for a bit, how come some scenes are kinda confusing. But you might get it anyways. In the end a must have film. Not just a great mafia film but a must watch drama.
None N (ag) wrote: Okay, who's for an adventure on the high seas? Alright then, you've got me... an adventure at the Lake District. This film from 1974, based on the book by Arthur Ransome, follows the adventures of four children growing up in the 1920s who travel to the Lake District with their mother on hoilday and are allowed to sail to a nearby island in their boat, the Swallow, and set up camp. The four children find their newly discovered island is also the territory of two tomboys, the Amazons. After a brief "skirmish" and a night-time sailing race, the Swallows and the Amazons join forces to "declare war" on their foe, the "pirate" Captain Flint. This is a charmingly old fashioned. The children are very much in the tradition of The Railway Children and The Famous Five where children speak in Received Pronunciation, have adventures and make sure they're home in time for tea. Adults, on the main, take a back seat in this film and are split into three categories - the locals are known as "natives", Mother is known as a "stay at home" and villains and "Captain Flint", based on the evidence that he has a cannon on his boat and is grumpy for the majority of the film are known as "pirates". The acting by the children is solid, given the requirement of the script to basically be the stereotypes of early 20th century childrens books. Virginia McKenna plays Mother and is very little more than that. She helps the Swallows prepare for their adventures, visits one of them who looks after the camp whilst the rest of the children engage in their night-time race and delivering a telling off and motherly advice. Ronald Pickup has the more fun role of Captain Flint from being presented a grumpy "pirate", through a misunderstanding with both the Swallows and Amazons and, finally, as an overgrown child having a game of "war" with the children to capture his houseboat. The script is simplistic harking back to a more innocent time. It could be seen as bland in comparison with modern children's films, and is pretty much a script by the numbers. In addition to this, the pacing is slow going in the middle third through the night-race scenes. What rescues this film is the cinematography which makes full use of the Lake District's locations and the enthusiasm of the actors involved. Now, anyone up for cake and lashings of ginger pop? Spiffing!!!
Byron B (ag) wrote: want to see this because it won best foreign-language film at the golden globes
Wendi B (kr) wrote: This movie is great, I love it, but the first 30 mins were a bit uneventful. I highly recommend it.
Mihai B (de) wrote: Complete waste of time and utter shit-eeeeeeeee.