The movie Think Like A Man, based on the book Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man by comedian, radio personality, and Family Feud host Steve Harvey was one of the funniest movies I have seen in a long time. Comedian Kevin Hart, made the movie the knock-down, drag-out laugh fest that it was along with his fellow cast of all stars. I laughed so hard with the rest of the audience that the follow up dialogue was hard to hear, but that didn’t take away from the film. The movie was well paced, easy to follow, and well worth every penny spent.
Much to the shagrin of all film industry, I plan on going to see this movie again in theaters and then I plan to hit up the bootleg man until it comes out on DVD and BluRay. Yeah, I should probably be prosecuted for copyright infringement for just saying that, but hey I plan on dropping the $20-$30 bucks for the widescreen version that’ll fit my TV screen. Not to mention I’ll have seen it in the movies twice. Both times I’ll be going with someone; that’s at least $60-$70 of my hard earned money. So yeah, I think that’s fair (It’s a joke, lol).
But seriously the movie was that good. It wasn’t just that Kevin Hart was so funny or that Megan Good looked so awesomely sexy in every dress she wore, but the movie was as good as movies get. The movie never really slowed down to make you wish another good part was coming; the entire movie was a good part. The way the relationships played out were hilarious, but they were also heartfelt, and easily relatable to real life circumstances. With Kevin Hart’s humor, this movie would have played out well with any cast. I also have to give it up to Terrence J, who did a great job in his first true on screen movie role. He’s been featured in other movies, but mostly as a host or DJ, much like on his show BET’s 106 and Park.
So if you’re looking for a good laugh, some wholesome, witty, funny, and even some sexy entertainment, then Think Like A Man is the movie you want to see.
I’m almost tempted to buy the book, which is probably good since the movie was a smash hit as far as I’m concerned. Not to mention, Think Like A Man moved The Hunger Games out of the #1 position on the box office after the adaptation from Suzanne Collins’ book of the same title held the spot for four consecutive weeks, raking in $33M in its first week according to Yahoo Movies box office.
Until next write…
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