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Movie Review

“Back on the Strip” is an indie comedy that may not be a cinematic masterpiece, but it certainly succeeds in its primary mission: making audiences laugh. The film features a star-studded cast, including Spence Moore II, Tiffany Haddish, J.B. Smoove, Gary Owen, Faizon Love, Bill Bellamy, Wesley Snipes, Raigan Harris, and Kevin Hart. While it may not reach the heights of high-brow humor, the charisma of the actors and the shameless comedy on display keep the audience entertained.  

The story follows the Chocolate Chips, a group of middle-aged ex-strippers, and a young man with dreams of becoming a magician. However, the plot takes an unexpected twist as the ex-strippers decide to train him as an exotic dancer instead. This quirky premise sets the stage for an array of slapstick comedy and sight gags that are sure to elicit laughter.  The film’s biggest strength lies in its talented ensemble cast. Each actor brings their unique comedic flair to the table, making the characters come alive with their charisma. Tiffany Haddish, in particular, delivers a raunchy and spirited performance, adding to the film’s overall entertainment value.  

While “Back on the Strip” provides moments of hilarity and amusement, it does suffer from a tiresome romantic subplot that occasionally hinders the movie’s flow. Despite this shortcoming, the film’s unapologetic dedication to making audiences laugh compensates for its narrative weaknesses. 

In the end, “Back on the Strip” is a fun and light-hearted comedy that doesn’t aim to be anything more than a crowd-pleaser. Spence Moore II’s directorial debut may lack the polish of bigger-budget productions, but it effectively delivers the laughs. If you’re looking for a girls’ night out or a bring-your-friends kind of movie that offers a fresh take on what’s sexy, “Back on the Strip” is worth a watch. It may not be a cinematic masterpiece, but it achieves its goal of entertaining and leaving the audience in splits.