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Magic Mike, Channing Tatum

Warner Bros. Entertainment

It's been a long, hard 24 hours. First Jen and Ben, and then there was whole Guacamole blasphemy situation. How much more can a person take?

Luckily we've got something to pick up the spirits. The guys behind Honest Trailers have finally decided to take on Magic Mike. It's perfect timing, since Magic Mike XXL hits theaters today and we've all got gyrating Channing Tatum on our mind. The re-edit of course takes a few (or more) digs at the admittedly ridiculous amount of shirtless men and, well, crotches, but it also touches on the fact that the movie was kind of a downer at times.

"From Academy Award-winning director Steven Soderbergh," the fake voiceover announces, "Comes a movie that proves once and for all that if you look like Channing Tatum, women will literally pay you to hump their faces."

If that's not an honest statement, we don't know what is. The trailer then delves into Magic Mike's friendship-slash-rivalry with The Kid, a stripper whose storyline, unbeknownst to most first-time viewers, got dark fast. Like, super dark.

"He's grinding onstage next to The Kid, a fresh-faced teen with a rocking body...and a drug problem that sends him into a downward spiral, alienating his best friend, his sister, and landing him in serious trouble with a violent drug cartel."

And then there's Dallas, A.K.A. Matthew McConaughey. Or, as the trailer refers to him, "The maestro of man a--." Word, honest trailer, word. 

So come on this trailer journey, won't you? Check out the movie that "puts guys in the uncomfortable position of wanting to trade lives with a stripper, and puts girls in the uncomfortable position of wanting a man who can barely finish a sentence." Doesn't that sound like Oscar material?