Think Like a Man Too
This adaptation of Steve Harvey’s non-fiction relationship advice book Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man focuses on six friends who regularly get together to play basketball, and usually are commiserating about women issues. Jeremy (Jerry Ferrara) is a geeky pothead and comic-book obsessive whose career is stuck in neutral and who won’t pop the question to his girlfriend of nine years. Zeke (Romany Malco) is a former musician-turned-businessman who is great at picking up the ladies but can’t commit to a long-term relationship. Michael (Terrence J) is good looking and charming, but his mother still has him wrapped around her finger and doesn’t want to let him go. Dominic (Michael Ealy) keeps changing career goals, and while he’s an excellent chef, he hasn’t found a way to make it pay. And short, motormouthed Cedric (Kevin Hart) is in the midst of a divorce and can’t wait to be free of his wife. Nerdy but well-meaning Bennett (Gary Owen) is the only one in a functioning relationship, and he gets a lot of grief from his buddies for his happy marriage
“Think Like a Man Too” centers around the friends getting together in Las Vegas for a wedding. This movie focuses on the relationships of these friends, each with a different set of problems. Chaos breaks out when the men hold their bachelor party and the women hold the bachelorette party, finally meeting at the same strip club. As you would expect, all relationships eventually work themselves out and the ending is delivered as you would expect and the wedding takes place after all.
While the film does celebrate themes of friendship, sacrifice and reconciliation, the language, near nudity and drug use prevent us from considering this a family film.