Himalaya: Listen. Learn. Grow.

4.8K Ratings
Open In App
title

#MagicMics: The Channing Tatum Podcast

Joey Lewandowski and Joe Two

0
Followers
1
Plays
#MagicMics: The Channing Tatum Podcast

#MagicMics: The Channing Tatum Podcast

Joey Lewandowski and Joe Two

0
Followers
1
Plays
OVERVIEWEPISODESYOU MAY ALSO LIKE

Details

About Us

After conquering the cinematic legend of Zac Efron, Joey and Joe have moved onto their next target: Channing Tatum. It's not bro time; it's show time. Love the show? Hate the show? Let us know! Email magicmics@cageclub.me. Presented by the CageClub Podcast Network.

Latest Episodes

014 GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra (2009)

EG.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra is a difficult movie to talk about. Do we love it? Do we hate it? The reality: it's somewhere in between. G.I. Joe feels like the movie that Channing Tatum has been working his entire (short) career (so far), and he's genuinely great in it as a squadron leader. The problem: the movie is too long with too much nonsense. Oh well! The most important thing about this movie is that it hits the Channing Tatum superfecta: he dances, he fights, he's shirtless, and he strips. That's all that really matters. Got a thought? Want to share a picture of strippers? Email us at magicmics@cageclub.me.

71 MIN2019 JUL 11
Comments
014 GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra (2009)

The CageClub Podcast Network Celebrates its 1000th Episode!

EIn August 2015, we released our very first podcast and proceeded to tear through Nicolas Cage’s filmography at a breakneck pace. We had no idea that we'd continue after we finished Cage’s filmography, but we asked, “What’s next?” and went from there. After nearly four years, we are releasing our 1,000th episode. In this episode, Joey Lewandowski talked many of your favorite CageClub Podcast Network hosts: Mike Manzi of Third Time’s A Charm, Joe Two of 2 Fast 2 Forever, Chris Podcasts of Now and Again, Brian Rodriguez of High School Slumber Party, Kyle Reinfried of Foodie Films, Jordan Polan-Clarke and Cara Gael O’Regan of Wistful Thinking, Aislinn Addington of The Contenders, Lindsay Gibb of Winona Forever, Jonah Rubino of X is for Podcast, and Nico Vasilo and Kevo Risse of .html. Thank you for listening. Share your favorite episode or memory with us by emailing mailbag@cageclub.me!

162 MIN2019 JUN 4
Comments
The CageClub Podcast Network Celebrates its 1000th Episode!

013 Public Enemies (2009)

EWhile we've already covered a movie for this podcast that Channing Tatum wasn't in, seeing him show up for one minute (of a 131 minute runtime) in Public Enemies somehow seems even more underwhelming. In this episode, we dust off the mailbag (which hasn't been opened in three months) and peer inside, then try to separate the story (blah) from the filmmaking (interesting!). Why are there so many known actors in here? Why was Channing Tatum cast? Is Christian Bale just playing Batman? All of these answers -- and more! -- on this episode of #MagicMics! Got a thought? Want to share a picture of strippers? Email us at magicmics@cageclub.me.

67 MIN2019 APR 11
Comments
013 Public Enemies (2009)

012 Smallfoot (2018)

EWe pumped the brakes on #MagicMics to focus our attention on 2 Fast 2 Forever, so what's another slight delay in programming? Before we get to Public Enemies, we're jumping all the way forward to Smallfoot, Channing Tatum's newest movie. It's strange watching a movie where Channing's role is so prevalent! Between the animation style, musical numbers, and the return of Zendaya, Smallfoot feels more like a #ZacAttack movie than a #MagicMics movie... so how does it compare to the rest of Channing's filmography? Listen and find out! Got a thought? Want to share a picture of strippers? Email us at magicmics@cageclub.me.

53 MIN2019 JAN 11
Comments
012 Smallfoot (2018)

011 Fighting (2009)

EFighting reunites Channing Tatum with Dito Montiel after both Joes' favorite #MagicMics movie so far, A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints, but is the pairing as good the second time around? In this episode, we strip down to our undershirts to talk about Channing's many fight scenes, whether or not Terrence Howard is a good actor, and if this movie would be exactly the same if Channing Tatum was replaced by a dog. Important! Fans of #MagicMics will want to listen for a scheduling change for upcoming episodes. Got a thought? Want to share a picture of strippers? Email us at magicmics@cageclub.me.

74 MIN2018 OCT 11
Comments
011 Fighting (2009)

010 Stop-Loss (2008)

EStop-Loss marks the most intense movie covered on #MagicMics so far, pitting Channing Tatum as a military sharpshooter in Iraq. While Channing's part is bigger than many of his other films to date, his storyline is once again relegated to the background in favor of Ryan Phillippe's titular stop-loss narrative. That said, Channing has ample opportunities to fight and get shirtless, so we're making the most of this episode of #MagicMics, alongside special guest (and co-host of The Contenders) Aislinn Addington! Got a thought? Want to share a picture of strippers? Email us at magicmics@cageclub.me.

97 MIN2018 SEP 11
Comments
010 Stop-Loss (2008)

009 Step Up 2: The Streets (2008)

EWhile Channing Tatum may not be in Step Up 2: The Streets all that much, the time spent reprising his role as Tyler Gage is pretty incredible. We knew Channing wasn't going to be in this movie a ton, but he plays a pivotal role in the film's first fifteen minutes, setting our new hero up for the journey she'll take to (street) dance superstardom. Got a thought? Want to share a picture of strippers? Email us at magicmics@cageclub.me.

101 MIN2018 AUG 11
Comments
009 Step Up 2: The Streets (2008)

008 She's the Man (2006)

EShe's the Man is a perfect #MagicMics movie: Channing goes shirtless (for most of the movie!), gets into multiple fights, dances, AND strips. What more could anyone want?! Got a thought? Want to share a picture of strippers? Email us at magicmics@cageclub.me.

102 MIN2018 JUL 11
Comments
008 She's the Man (2006)

007 Battle in Seattle (2007)

EBattle in Seattle marks our first true CageClub Podcast Network crossover, as both Charlize Theron and Channing Tatum are in this movie! The Watch The Theron and #MagicMics podcasts crossed over to cover this (disappointing) movie, directed by Charlize's long-time boyfriend (and Mike's mortal enemy) Stuart Townsend, in his directorial debut. Got a thought? Want to share a picture of strippers? Email us at magicmics@cageclub.me.

107 MIN2018 JUN 11
Comments
007 Battle in Seattle (2007)

006 A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints (2006)

EWhile Channing Tatum and Shia LaBeouf may not be altar boys unknowingly competing for the affection of their superiors, the world of A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints still has Italian blood running through its veins. Channing plays Antonio, an angry, young Italian man who parades through the movie shirtless and ready for a fight in a movie that Joe Two likens to Harmony Korine's Kids. Got a thought? Want to share a picture of strippers? Email us at magicmics@cageclub.me.

98 MIN2018 MAY 11
Comments
006 A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints (2006)

Latest Episodes

014 GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra (2009)

EG.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra is a difficult movie to talk about. Do we love it? Do we hate it? The reality: it's somewhere in between. G.I. Joe feels like the movie that Channing Tatum has been working his entire (short) career (so far), and he's genuinely great in it as a squadron leader. The problem: the movie is too long with too much nonsense. Oh well! The most important thing about this movie is that it hits the Channing Tatum superfecta: he dances, he fights, he's shirtless, and he strips. That's all that really matters. Got a thought? Want to share a picture of strippers? Email us at magicmics@cageclub.me.

71 MIN2019 JUL 11
Comments
014 GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra (2009)

The CageClub Podcast Network Celebrates its 1000th Episode!

EIn August 2015, we released our very first podcast and proceeded to tear through Nicolas Cage’s filmography at a breakneck pace. We had no idea that we'd continue after we finished Cage’s filmography, but we asked, “What’s next?” and went from there. After nearly four years, we are releasing our 1,000th episode. In this episode, Joey Lewandowski talked many of your favorite CageClub Podcast Network hosts: Mike Manzi of Third Time’s A Charm, Joe Two of 2 Fast 2 Forever, Chris Podcasts of Now and Again, Brian Rodriguez of High School Slumber Party, Kyle Reinfried of Foodie Films, Jordan Polan-Clarke and Cara Gael O’Regan of Wistful Thinking, Aislinn Addington of The Contenders, Lindsay Gibb of Winona Forever, Jonah Rubino of X is for Podcast, and Nico Vasilo and Kevo Risse of .html. Thank you for listening. Share your favorite episode or memory with us by emailing mailbag@cageclub.me!

162 MIN2019 JUN 4
Comments
The CageClub Podcast Network Celebrates its 1000th Episode!

013 Public Enemies (2009)

EWhile we've already covered a movie for this podcast that Channing Tatum wasn't in, seeing him show up for one minute (of a 131 minute runtime) in Public Enemies somehow seems even more underwhelming. In this episode, we dust off the mailbag (which hasn't been opened in three months) and peer inside, then try to separate the story (blah) from the filmmaking (interesting!). Why are there so many known actors in here? Why was Channing Tatum cast? Is Christian Bale just playing Batman? All of these answers -- and more! -- on this episode of #MagicMics! Got a thought? Want to share a picture of strippers? Email us at magicmics@cageclub.me.

67 MIN2019 APR 11
Comments
013 Public Enemies (2009)

012 Smallfoot (2018)

EWe pumped the brakes on #MagicMics to focus our attention on 2 Fast 2 Forever, so what's another slight delay in programming? Before we get to Public Enemies, we're jumping all the way forward to Smallfoot, Channing Tatum's newest movie. It's strange watching a movie where Channing's role is so prevalent! Between the animation style, musical numbers, and the return of Zendaya, Smallfoot feels more like a #ZacAttack movie than a #MagicMics movie... so how does it compare to the rest of Channing's filmography? Listen and find out! Got a thought? Want to share a picture of strippers? Email us at magicmics@cageclub.me.

53 MIN2019 JAN 11
Comments
012 Smallfoot (2018)

011 Fighting (2009)

EFighting reunites Channing Tatum with Dito Montiel after both Joes' favorite #MagicMics movie so far, A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints, but is the pairing as good the second time around? In this episode, we strip down to our undershirts to talk about Channing's many fight scenes, whether or not Terrence Howard is a good actor, and if this movie would be exactly the same if Channing Tatum was replaced by a dog. Important! Fans of #MagicMics will want to listen for a scheduling change for upcoming episodes. Got a thought? Want to share a picture of strippers? Email us at magicmics@cageclub.me.

74 MIN2018 OCT 11
Comments
011 Fighting (2009)

010 Stop-Loss (2008)

EStop-Loss marks the most intense movie covered on #MagicMics so far, pitting Channing Tatum as a military sharpshooter in Iraq. While Channing's part is bigger than many of his other films to date, his storyline is once again relegated to the background in favor of Ryan Phillippe's titular stop-loss narrative. That said, Channing has ample opportunities to fight and get shirtless, so we're making the most of this episode of #MagicMics, alongside special guest (and co-host of The Contenders) Aislinn Addington! Got a thought? Want to share a picture of strippers? Email us at magicmics@cageclub.me.

97 MIN2018 SEP 11
Comments
010 Stop-Loss (2008)

009 Step Up 2: The Streets (2008)

EWhile Channing Tatum may not be in Step Up 2: The Streets all that much, the time spent reprising his role as Tyler Gage is pretty incredible. We knew Channing wasn't going to be in this movie a ton, but he plays a pivotal role in the film's first fifteen minutes, setting our new hero up for the journey she'll take to (street) dance superstardom. Got a thought? Want to share a picture of strippers? Email us at magicmics@cageclub.me.

101 MIN2018 AUG 11
Comments
009 Step Up 2: The Streets (2008)

008 She's the Man (2006)

EShe's the Man is a perfect #MagicMics movie: Channing goes shirtless (for most of the movie!), gets into multiple fights, dances, AND strips. What more could anyone want?! Got a thought? Want to share a picture of strippers? Email us at magicmics@cageclub.me.

102 MIN2018 JUL 11
Comments
008 She's the Man (2006)

007 Battle in Seattle (2007)

EBattle in Seattle marks our first true CageClub Podcast Network crossover, as both Charlize Theron and Channing Tatum are in this movie! The Watch The Theron and #MagicMics podcasts crossed over to cover this (disappointing) movie, directed by Charlize's long-time boyfriend (and Mike's mortal enemy) Stuart Townsend, in his directorial debut. Got a thought? Want to share a picture of strippers? Email us at magicmics@cageclub.me.

107 MIN2018 JUN 11
Comments
007 Battle in Seattle (2007)

006 A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints (2006)

EWhile Channing Tatum and Shia LaBeouf may not be altar boys unknowingly competing for the affection of their superiors, the world of A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints still has Italian blood running through its veins. Channing plays Antonio, an angry, young Italian man who parades through the movie shirtless and ready for a fight in a movie that Joe Two likens to Harmony Korine's Kids. Got a thought? Want to share a picture of strippers? Email us at magicmics@cageclub.me.

98 MIN2018 MAY 11
Comments
006 A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints (2006)
hmly
Welcome to Himalaya LearningDozens of podcourses featuring over 100 experts are waiting for you.