New ‘Think Like A Man’ Movie Delivered Hysterical Laughs,Drama & More
New ‘Think Like A Man’ movie delivered hysterical laughs,drama & more. Screen Gems (Sony) released their new romantic/comedy flick “Think Like A Man” into theaters this weekend. I just checked it out,and I thought it was way funnier than I originally thought it would be.
Comedian Kevin Hart,dished out a ton of laughs throughout the entire flick and the rest of the cast wasn’t too shabby either. The movie stars: Michael Ealy, Jerry Ferrara, Meagan Good, Regina Hall, Kevin Hart, Taraji P. Henson, Terrence J, Jenifer Lewis, Romany Malco, Gary Owen,and Gabrielle Union.
The new flick is based on comedian Steve Harvey’s best-selling book “Act Like Lady. Think Like A Man,” and focuses on four guys,who are in a relationship,and start to realize their women have a lot of the same ideas and questions about relationships,and other areas of life. Eventually,they piece the puzzle together,and realize their women have gotten their hands on Steve’s book,and are using it to try to get them to do what they want.
From this point,the men get their own copy of the book,and use the knowledge to turn the tables on the girls. It works for a while,but soon,their deception catches up with them,and puts them on the outs with the ladies.
Eventually,both the guys and the girls learn a much more deeper lesson about relationships and love that brings them back together in the end,but not without delivering a ton of laughs,hysterical moments,and drama in between.
Character Michael was a total Momma’s boy. Zeke thought his woman was crazy for making him wait 90 days to have sex. Dominic tried to fake being successful and rich to land his woman. Jeremy faked submitting a resume for a better job to keep his woman happy,and it all came crashing down on them.
I thoroughly enjoyed watching this movie. Everyone did a great job of delivering laughs,especially Kevin Hart as character Cedric. They even had singer Chris Brown running around through the film as the cheating boyfriend,who couldn’t remember girls’ names. It was a total riot. I gave the movie a solid B+ grade. Follow us on Facebook by Clicking Here. Follow us on Twitter by Clicking Here.