Magic Mike’s Last Dance review: “A glossy but fluffy threequel”

The unstoppable Magic Mike franchise opts for romance over bromance in this glossy but fluffy Steven Soderbergh-directed threequel, which prioritises our hero’s bumpy road to love over bump ‘n’ grind. 

Like a gender-swapped Pretty Woman, Last Dance sees Channing Tatum’s broke bartender Mike reluctantly persuaded to give a scorching, room-roaming lap dance to Salma Hayek Pinault’s wealthy socialite Max. But when she flies him to London to revitalise her dull theatre with a red-hot male-stripper show, neither Mike nor the film can decide if he’s in love, or just in business with her. 

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