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Movie Review: Think Like a Man Too (2014)

Plot Synopsis: 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.
Runtime: 1 hour, 46 minutes
Rated: PG-13 (for crude sexual content including
references, partial nudity, language, and drug material)
 Director: Tim Story
Starring: Kevin Hart, Gabrielle Union, Wendi McLendon-Covey,
Dennis Haysbert, Kelsey Grammer, Romany Malco

Think Like a Man Too for sure has its deep-running emotional highs and lows—at times, thoughtfully brought to life by good performances from most of the cast. With names like Michael Ealy, Regina Hall, Dennis Haysbert, Romany Malco, and Gabrielle Union, the film's lack of excelling is not for a lack of talent.

But none of them work to justify this excursion—and sequel to the first movie about a bunch of immature men who can’t seem to take charge of themselves or their relationships. This time, they are all headed to Vegas for a guys’ night out while the girls get their own bash, pending one couple’s wedding.

The central problem is that audiences simply don’t get anything more than what we got the first time around. And even with Kevin Hart’s usual hyper-impulsive antics at their best, we still don’t get any sufficient payoff until the movie’s conclusion.


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