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Think Like a Man
Based on Steve Harvey's best-selling book, Think Like a Man follows four interconnected and diverse men whose love lives are shaken up after the ladies they are pursuing buy Harvey's book and start...  View more >

Starring Kevin Hart, Meagan Good, Gabrielle Union...  View more >

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Apr 26, 2012
I saw an ad for the movie "Think Like a Man" and actor Kevin Hart wanted an Oscar nomination for his role. He called himself the gresteat actor in a generation. I saw his performance and it wasn't that close. Maybe he should try to get a razzie nomination. It'll be a whole lot better. As for the rest of the movie the film doesn't break any new ground in the relationship between men and women.The film is based on the book by Steve Harvey based on the title "Act Like a Women, Think Like a Man." Just to prove that anyone can write a book, especially if it a advice book. We got too many advice vbooks floating around as is. The only good thing that I like about this movie are the women who are beautiful. I love the appealinbg performance of Gabriella Union and Taraji P. Henson. Both woman are very beautiful. The men in this movie are a problem. If they not hanging out at a bar, they are playing basketball and riding around in a party bus. I didn't get much out of this movie. I tried and I just couldn't do it.
Apr 27, 2012
While there were one or two mildly funny moments in this movie it really felt more like a tediously long infomercial for Steve Harveys' book.

There is very little about this movie that would lead me to recommend it to anyone.

Too long (for the subject and manner it was presented)
Characters are mostly one dimensional.
Story lines are senseless and cut short rather than fleshed out.
Kevin Hart is over the top to the point of total annoyance.
Far, far, FAR too much mention of the Steve Harvey book. (We get it)
Apr 29, 2012
Excellent job Tim Story and Steve Harvey,,, The book was ok, but as the premise for a movie, outstanding!!!! This is a great movie. Kevin Hart could not have been any funnier. The cast of actors were exceptional.

It's a pleasure to see a well acted movie that's funny--without the slapstitch silliness. A must see, I might even buy the DVD (I missed some of the dialogue due to audience laughter)

Go See This Movie.
May 23, 2012
May 23, 2012
I Loved this movie It was funny, Interesting, romantic with a touch of serious attitude about dating, falling In Love and marriage. I thought that Kevin Hart was a knockout of Laughters, and everyone else men and women done a super job In acting out the true meaning of the book that Is based on different types of relationships with both sexes...

My favorite couple were Taraji P.Henson,and Michael Ealey. It's a must see with Beautiful women such as Megan Good, and Handsome men Like Michael Ealey... Please Go SEE MOVIE!!!!!!

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