Chocolate City: Vegas (2017)

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Chocolate City: Vegas (2017). 1h 29m

“The original u0026#39;Chocolate Cityu0026#39; set the groundwork so with many of the same faces returning all u0026#39;Vegasu0026#39; had to do was cook up a simplistic plot and maybe increase the male visuals. It does exactly that but with a bigger budget as the guys takes a road trip. Released at the same time as u0026#39;Magic Mike XXLu0026#39; the comparisons between series continues as both center around a competition involving a lot of moolah.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003ePicking up from where things left off, Michael (Robert Riu0026#39;chard) went to Japan and continued to dance so Carmen (Imani Hakim) broke up with him. Plus Princeton (Michael Jai White) in financial trouble might lose the club. A competition in Vegas to crowd the best male exotic dance crew and a prize of 500k could fix everything. Turns out former friend u0026amp; dancer Pharoah (Ginuwine) has his own stage show in Vegas now and is the odds on favorite to win.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIf I thought the story in the first flick was predictable then this one is half baked. The romance subplot, school issues (again) and the return of the pastor (writer/director La Marre) sets up a wack ending. Then thereu0026#39;s the prize pool. Letu0026#39;s just say hypothetically they win. They gotta give 30% (150k) to their backer leaving 350k. You help out Princeton for 88k. How does 262k get split six ways leaving Michael with 50k? Hmm.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eVivica A. Fox returns and Mekhi Phifer puts in a spot. Riu0026#39;chard is still fine, but White is seen less and Ginuwine isnu0026#39;t developed much as a villain. More bodies get shown off so that might bridge the gap for ladies, but the plot doesnu0026#39;t come together in a satisfying manner. Who rightfully watches male strippers on a TV while your ill dad lays right next to you in a hospital bed too?”


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