Watch Magic Mike XXL Full Movie Streaming Online (2015)


➵ Magic Mike XXL Movie Storyline
Three years after Mike bowed out of the stripper life at the top of his game, he and the remaining Kings of Tampa hit the road to Myrtle Beach to put on one last blow-out performance.

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Release Date : 2015-07-01
Casts : Elizabeth Banks, Gabriel Iglesias, Matt Bomer, Amber Heard, Andie MacDowell, Adam Rodríguez, Brandon Cyrus, Michael Strahan, Channing Tatum, Kevin Nash, Donald Glover, Joe Manganiello, Jada Pinkett Smith
Duration : 115 minutes runtime
Rating : 6.5

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Magic Mike XXL Movie Storyline:
❝ Three years after Mike bowed out of the stripper life at the top of his game, he and the remaining Kings of Tampa hit the road to Myrtle Beach to put on one last blow-out performance. ❞

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Movie Details :
▪ Release Date : 2015-07-01
▪ Casts : Andie MacDowell, Gabriel Iglesias, Matt Bomer, Amber Heard, Joe Manganiello, Channing Tatum, Brandon Cyrus, Kevin Nash, Adam Rodríguez, Jada Pinkett Smith, Elizabeth Banks, Michael Strahan, Donald Glover
▪ Duration : 115 minutes

“This wasn’t the start of another Internet spat. What Minaj did was necessary and even radical. She was refusing to apologize for wanting to be visible and rewarded like her peers. She was calling bullshit on the audacity of a white woman, who has, in the past, responded to people of color with indifference while she bastardizes their language, hair, dance, and visual aesthetics. Minaj did what a lot of black women want to do: call out people when they try to render you invisible, when they try to render your pain insignificant.”

Read more: In Praise of the Radical and Unapologetic Nicki Minaj

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Television: It was a good week for gruesome.

Hannibal (No. 4) pan fried his last patient on network TV.

American Horror Story—hotel edition—checks in for a stay at No. 10.

Fear The Walking Dead ate Doctor Who’s two hearts, replacing him at No. 11.

Movies: Everything old is new again.

Minions earned a spot in the Fandometrics Top 10. Oh, and piddly $1 billion.

☆ The 17 spot is haunted by Melissa McCarthy’s Instagram of the Ghostbusters crew.

⬇︎ The air leaked out of Big Hero 6, which dropped eight spots to No. 12.

Originally posted by world-happiness23

Music: We’re really talking about the VMAs here.

Miley Cyrus (No. 7) hosted.

Justin Bieber (No. 8) cried.

⬇︎ Taylor Swift (No. 4) brought like 57 friends.

Celebs: They’re just like us, but we’re not on Fandometrics.

The Donald trumped Kylie Jenner. Also, he’s a jackass.

Alycia Debnam-Carey can’t get bit by zombies from her spot at No. 9

⬇︎ Kristen Stewart drops another 10 to No. 20, down 14 in two weeks.

Originally posted by radio-dreams

Games: Pokemon goes unchallenged for another week.

Dragon Age (No. 2) flies a little higher.

⬇︎ Kingdom Hearts (No. 11) beat a little slower.

Metal Gear Solid (No. 13) turned a little faster.

Until Dawn (No. 12) came a little sooner.

Web stuff: The more the bottom 10 change, the more the top 10 stay the same.

Red vs. Blue—the eternal struggle—returns to Fandometrics this week, and the Alamo Drafthouse next week.

anonymous asked:

You are a humour blog stop posting about stuff like the European Migrant Crisis I followed you for laughs not depressing stuff

Hey! I love humour too and that’s why I made the blog as Tumblr is my sense of humour completely. However, I am fortunate enough to have 140,000 followers now which is an insane amount. So I think if I can, I should use my follower base to highlight huge issues when I am able to. The Migrant Crisis is a huge issue right now and it is being overshadowed on most media consumed by younger people by the VMA’s and The Muppets. I find it really frustrating that some people don’t even realise what is happening and people are dying but they can tell you the drama between Nicki Minaj and Miley Cyrus. So media, whats good??

Why I Support Miley Cyrus

 Everyone on Tumblr,on  social justice forums, and in the comments section on several hundred news articles has an opinion on the Miley vs. Nicki “show down”. It’s generally the same opinion. The same judgement and hate. I’m here to offer a different opinion. This is probably the one and only time that I’ll be defending Miley Cyrus–so listen up:

  1. Nicki’s original tweets about the Video of the Year VMA are based on… not much. Yes, there is a lack of diversity in general in the winners of entertainment award shows. However, this particular show nominated several ethnic and/or female performers (including a curvy black woman–which are the characteristics that Nicki says booted her off the list). 
  2. Therefore, Miley saying “if you want to make it about race, there’s a way you could do that. But don’t make it about yourself” is valid. I totally support the cause that Nicki claims she was supporting. But the reality is her tweets were about herself and how pissed she was that she didn’t get what she thought she deserved. It wasn’t Nicki’s tone, it was her actual words–her actual message that doesn’t make sense. Me saying Nicki was in the wrong because of this is not tone-policing. Miley saying Nicki was in the wrong is not tone-policing. Tone-policing is real, but it’s not what happened here. Miley didn’t ignore Nicki’s message, she commented on it directly. I love that Nicki does whatever she wants and supports other women doing whatever they want. However, once you try to make it seem like you’re representing “the people” and not yourself–you are a manipulator. Nicki is playing y’all.
  3. Consider this: what has Nicki done for you? Has she publicly advocated for Black Lives Matter? Has she spoken out about black people getting shot at daily by cops? Have she even once publicly mentioned Trayvon Martin/Eric Garner/Freddie Gray? Or black people getting imprisoned for decades/life for crimes a white man would serve no time for? Has she?  Has Jay-Z or Beyonce? No. They haven’t. Which is fine, just because Nicki is in a position of power doesn’t mean she has any obligations to represent/care about anyone but herself. But all of the sudden, now that she’s lost a damn award, she suddenly has a voice to represent y’all. I won’t even mention Tidal.
  4. The stereotype of the “angry black woman” is a real prevalent problem. But that doesn’t make any black woman who is being mean, bitter, and aggressive exempt from being called mean/angry. It’s true, Miley said Nicki was “not very nice” in the NYT interview. That’s a lot more genuine and nicer than what Nicki said to Miley in the middle of a live televised broadcast. “WHAT’S GOOD, BITCH?”
  5. It is very very hypocritical of Nicki to invite Taylor Swift to join her in her VMA performance to prove that she can play nice with the other girls–then call another fellow female entertainer a “bitch” on live television. Taylor Swift called out Nicki directly–literally–on Twitter; then quickly retracted her statement after realizing what she started. Miley made her comments on Nicki in a completely separate interview when asked her thoughts as a bystander on the Taylor vs. Nicki fued. Nicki was more rude to Miley than to Taylor when addressing their comments, because Miley’s comments were based on truth while Taylor’s were based on hasty assumptions. 
  6. Miley Cyrus wore dreads at the VMAs. Throughout history, people of all races have worn their hair in dreadlocks–it was literally the original hairstyle. The style has been worn by people of all ethnicities in America since the country’s formation. Explain to me how it is Miley’s fault that she received a few positive reviews on this hairstyle. How is it Miley’s fault that one dumb bitch had something to say about Zendaya’s dreads? The internet skewered the dumb bitch (Giuliana Rancic) for her comments because literally no one agreed with her. If you want to talk about Miley’s use of twerking as appropriation, then your questioning would be valid. Cultural appropriation is not necessarily, by definition, a bad thing.  I’m sorry, but Azealia Banks and others used that phrase for a couple of months in effort to speak out about real issues the black community faces. Then people ran with it like they never did before, and attempted to broaden the scope of what offensive and harmful appropriation actually is. 
  7. Miley has a history of supporting LGBTQ rights and causes; she even has her own charity for this cause. That’s why she had supporters/those who benefited from the Happy Hippie Foundation’s work introduce her VMA performance. If Miley just wanted Gigi or even the dozens of drag queens up there just to win those social equality brownie points–she wouldn’t bother doing any of the actual work she does to help these minority communities. 
  8. We, as a society, have a lot more relevant and rampant racial issues to discuss than what Miley thinks of Nicki and what Nicki thinks of Miley. Don’t we?
Since everyone is calling out Queen Miley for wearing dreads

Why is it called cultural appropriation whenever there is a white girl wearing her hair “urban” (braids, dreads, cornrows)? However, having straightened hair is never considered cultural appropriation. Imitating white / Asian natural hair is seemingly okay.

I see a double standard here..

How about everyone can wear whatever fucking hairstyle they want. Cultures mix, and so do traditions! Get over it!

i think my favourite thing about this album Miley has just released is that no one can say “she did that for sales” “she sang about that for sales” LIKE NO SHE RELEASED THIS GOD DAMN RECORD FOR FREE EVERYTHING SHE HAS SANG ABOUT ON THIS ALBUM COMES FROM HER SOUL