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Pledging to keep herself from being the oldest and the only woman in her entire family never to wed, Montana embarks on a thirty-day, thirty-thousand-mile expedition to charm a potential suitor into becoming her fiancé.
In the highly anticipated sequel, which was inspired by Steve Harvey's best-selling book Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man, all the couples are back for a wedding in Las Vegas. But plans for a romantic weekend go awry when their various misadventures get them into some compromising situations that threaten to derail the big event. Written by
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Zeke! Zeke the Freak! This man is a legend with the ladies!
I can only imagine.
Oh baby, you don't have to imagine. We got this on video!
She don't want to see that.
Zeke the Freak is back in town!
I don't know that dude.
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Think Like A Man Too 4/10- Everyone knows Kevin Hart has really burst into the spot-light over the past year. His brand of humor appeals to many crowds which is why so many like his comedy, including myself. Since Think Like A Man got me nearly on the floor laughing last year, I had high expectations for the sequel. Sadly my expectations were not met, and I left the theater still wanting something more. Although Think Like A Man Too utilizes all of Kevin Hart's comedic talents, the film is still not saved from a under-developed plot and dragged- on scenes. Also, I don't know how else to say this, but in a lot of the scenes, it is painfully obvious that the other members of the cast are not as funny as Kevin Hart.
Although this sequel has a knew twist to it, the movie still follows the "battle of the sexes" story much like the first one which starts to get old after a while. The original used this well, the new one, not so much. Instead of producing comedy from all of the dramatic scenes, what follows most of the dramatic scenes is really just more drama which a couple jokes thrown in. The storyline goes off-track so much about the personal lives of the characters and it takes away from the attention from the main plot: the bachelor party. I honestly thought a Kevin Hart movie that revolves around a bachelor party would be drop dead hilarious, but they barely even talk about the bachelor party. This is probably the main problem I have with the movie, but I am not saying it wasn't entertaining.
As I said earlier, they used Kevin Hart in this movie as much as they could and this move may have saved the film. Kevin Hart is probably the main reason why I had a little bit of fun watching the Think Like A Man sequel. I am not saying the other actors did not contribute to the movie, I thought that Romany Malco, Regina Hall, and Gabrielle Union increased the level of their performances from the first film. The only time I thought they used Las Vegas to their advantage was in the gambling scenes which are in my opinion the funniest scenes. If they used more of the Las Vegas-Bachelor party concept to their advantage, I have no doubt that it would have been funnier than the original.
I am not saying that this movie is not funny because it is still a decent comedy. I recommend though you see this film only if you are a die-hard Kevin Hart fan, otherwise I would wait till it comes out on DVD.
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