Magic Mile XXL was incredible. It was a movie about the pleasuring if women, in a physical way, yes, but also about making women feel desired and wanted.
Plus Donald Glover SANG instead of stripping. Come on.
I mean he sang shirtless but he was adorable.
TONS if body types and backgrounds were represented as desired women. And there is a scene in a club with a fab drag queen but the men (who then enter into a Voguing contest because plot) never once are ashamed of the fact that they have to vogue. The revel in it. They talk about how they go to this club every year. They enjoy it. There is no “we gotta vogue but I’m a man and this is going to be hard for me to do but I will do it anyway because MAN PAIN.” It’s amazing.
The entire movie is about their friendship? And the bonds of being a male entertainer and how they love their jobs because they get to make women feel desired and good about themselves. About how men never ask women what they want and these men ask women what they want and isn’t that what we actually all want? All the men love their jobs. They aren’t ashamed of what they do and how they make women feel and in fact know how they can help women???? Matt Bomer sings Heaven and it helps a women speak to her husband about her sexual desires. Like. Breathtaking.
THERE IS A SUB PLOT ABOUT HOW ONE OF THE MEN JUST WANTS TO MAKE FRO YO FOR A LIVING.
JADA PINKETT SMITH SLAYS. Oh my god she is perfection. She is perfect. She is badass and saves the day and refers to women as “queens” and in general makes the movie. She is this strong women who built an empire and basically is the reason the Kings of Tampa can have their final ride of friendship and stripping.
It was a movie made explicitly for women which sort of blows my mind that it took this long to make but also that it happened in the first place.