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Think Like A Man Too 2014 PG-13 CC

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.

Starring:
Adam Brody, Michael Ealy
Runtime:
1 hour, 45 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Romance, Comedy
Director Tim Story
Starring Adam Brody, Michael Ealy
Supporting actors Jerry Ferrara, Meagan Good, Regina Hall, Dennis Haysbert, Taraji P. Henson, Terrence Jenkins, Jenifer Lewis, Romany Malco, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Gary Owen, Gabrielle Union, David Walton, Kevin Hart, La La Anthony, Caleel Harris, Angela Elayne Gibbs, Luenell, Jim Piddock
Studio Screen Gems
MPAA rating PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Format: DVD
This time we're off to Las Vegas for a wedding, but even if the location is changed, the people are still the same. This PG-13 comedy based on Steve Harvey's best seller "Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man: What Men Really Think About Love, Relationships, Intimacy and Commitment," is another predictable chapter in the misadventures of a group of long-time friends. This DVD plus the original from Amazon will make a set.

Co-written by Keith Merryman and David A. Newman ("Think Like a Man") and directed by Tim Story ("Think Like a Man") these appealing folks make us laugh all over again.

We have:
* Michael Ealy ("Think Like a Man") still does a bit of dreaming... ...and self employed now. He doesn't want to see "Jersey Boys" while they are in Vegas.
* Taraji P. Henson ("Think Like a Man") Our career woman has success staring her right in the face!
* Romany Malco ("Think Like a Man") This smooth operator keeps encountering old flames, but the heat he feels is not what he expects.
* Meagan Good ("Think Like a Man") How many of his former "flings" must she meet? Grrr...
* Jerry Ferrera ("Think Like a Man") Has our overgrown boy finally grown up? The idea of being a father is terrifying, though.
* Gabrielle Union ("Think Like a Man") has earned the right to be married...and to be a mother.
* Terrence Jenkins ("Think Like a Man") His mother is still looking out for him; in fact she took the adjoining suite in that Vegas hotel. Watch her take control of the bachelorette party.
* Regina Hall ("Think Like a Man") is stuck with TWO boys to raise, unless her prospective groom grows up...really FAST!
* Kevin Hart ("Think Like a Man") See how he becomes Best Man!
* Wendy Williams (Think Like a Man) has her ex...
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Format: Amazon Video
I really like this movie everyone in the movie theater was laughing. One part I and everyone in the movie theater were cracking up laughing I even started to tear up it was that funny. Kevin Hart was hilarious if you want to see what happened after the first movie well here you go. It does not show Steve Harvey's book stuff like the first movie Or him narrating. It's more like a hangover movie, set in Vegas but different story line with the characters from Think Like a Man. I really liked it.
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This movie was suppose to be funny and it was... It was fun to watch everyone back together. I liked the whole Las Vegas theme. It was an extended version of why they all started dating. In the end it got serious and mushy but I like cute mushy movies. I'm a fan of all of the actors and actresses so yes I did enjoy the movie.
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Format: Blu-ray
There are good and bad sequels being made all the time. It seems that Hollywood is unwilling to bank on something new and more prone to take on remakes and sequels more and more. So if you choose to go see a sequel my guess is your hoping that it's good. I can say now that THINK LIKE A MAN TOO is indeed a good sequel.

The men and women from the first film are brought back again, this time to celebrate the wedding of two of their own. Michael (Terrence Jenkins) and Candace (Regina Hall) are about to tie the knot and with Cedric (Kevin Hart) as his best man you know things won't turn out as planned. The first problem they encounter is Michael's interfering mother Loretta (Jenifer Lewis), a woman who is controlling all aspects of the wedding from start to finish. Vegas may not have been her first choice for location but she's making it this wedding as un-Vegas as she can.

But this group of friends has other plans in mind for the night before. While the tried and true plot device of a bachelor party gone wild has been used over and over again, this movie at least puts a new spin on it that works. Rather than just have the fellas out and about visiting strip club after strip club, we end up with two groups setting out to outdo one another. Narrating it from start to finish is Cedric.

The men start out in the lead doing the things they planned in the hotel at one of the most expensive suites available. Of course when Cedric booked it he thought the cost was only $4,000. What he failed to notice is that the ad he read said it was $4,000 off. With that discount the costs is a mere $40,000 per night. As the night progresses things only continue this way.

The women are having a tough time getting off the ground as well.
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I love Michael Ealy, he cannot do anything wrong. He's charming and gorgeous as usual.
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A couple is getting married in Vegas while Cedric (Kevin Hart) is in charge of the party arrangements. The guys and girls have a contest as to who will have the best story to tell on their bachelor/bachelorette night. Things don't go well and the biggest winner was the Allstate man. The Zeke bit of him having been there before and knowing all the women didn't work well and I found myself growing bored with Kevin Hart pretending to be funny jumping on beds and dancing in his underwear. (Yawn!)

The sequel has little to do with the title and was a fairly lame follow up to original with forced humor you see coming for miles.
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