In the “Enjoy Better” tab of Time Warner’s Movies on Demand Channel, alongside “Pixar” and “Musicals,” is the Channing Tatum collection. Brilliant!
The offerings include 21 Jump Street, Fighting, GI Joe: Cobra, Haywire, Step Up, Stop Loss, and Vow. The slightly older movies are $1.99 to rent, while the newer ones will cost you $4.99.
I think we both know what you’re doing tonight. If you don’t have Time Warner — or cable, for that matter — let this list of cinematic masterpieces serve as a primer of Tatum films guide you through your Magic Mike withdrawal.
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