Think Like a Man Too (2014)



Critic Consensus: Think Like a Man Too reunites its predecessor's talented cast, but fails to take their characters in new or interesting directions.

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In the highly anticipated sequel, which was inspired by Steve Harvey's best-selling book Act Like a Lady, Think Like A Man, 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. (c) Sony
PG-13 (for crude sexual content including references, partial nudity, language and drug material)
Comedy , Romance
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Kevin Hart
as Cedric
Adam Brody
as Isaac
Michael Ealy
as Dominic
Jerry Ferrara
as Jeremy
Regina Hall
as Candace
Jenifer Lewis
as Loretta
Dennis Haysbert
as Uncle Eddie
Gary Owen
as Bennett
David Walton
as Terrell
Jim Piddock
as Declan
Chelsea Dawn
as Girl In Pool
Ernestine Johnson
as Pool Waitress
George Wallace
as Randy The Dealer
Ray Proscia
as Marcel
Will Packer
as JP The Driver
Malea Rose
as Waitress
Nicholas Guilak
as Chef Cotillard
Pedro Miguel Arce
as Tui Tui Pedro
Terrell Carter
as Strip Club MC
Morann Peri
as Brazilian
Jeff Corbett
as Reverend
Corey Holcomb
as Marty The One Man Party
Paul Campanella
as Jail Guard
Charles Goldsmith
as Huge Hulking Guy
as Coco
Sheila Joy Burford
as Burlesque Dancer
Teresa Mcauliffe
as Burlesque Dancer
Kristel Nichols
as Burlesque Dancer
Brian Ventimiglia
as Sexy Santa Stripper
Roni Meron
as Woman Usher
Kostika Xhurka
as Roulette Dealer
as Himself
Ndamukong Suh
as Guy #1
Steve Terada
as Bartender
Ronald DeVoe
as Himself
JT Jackson
as Promoter
Jason Sarcinelli
as Power Packer
Rick Rockne
as Casino Manager
Denny Ogden
as Hustler Club Manager
Dan Rossi
as Sous Chef
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Critic Reviews for Think Like a Man Too

All Critics (80) | Top Critics (29)

You want eye-rolling moments? This movie will detach your corneas.

Full Review… | June 20, 2014
Top Critic

Hart has to deliver a spectacular highlight every time he touches the ball for this movie to have any chance, and as a result, he takes some ill-advised shots.

Full Review… | June 20, 2014
Entertainment Weekly
Top Critic

Think Like a Man, Too is mostly uninspired and insipid, but it rallies, and builds up enough comic steam by the end that you might find yourself amused.

Full Review… | June 20, 2014
New York Magazine/Vulture
Top Critic

We're still being fed ensemble movies with a dozen good actors that don't let them do enough.

Full Review… | June 20, 2014
Top Critic

Freed from its ties to the source material - the first film was inspired by a Steve Harvey self-help book - Think Like a Man Too borrows liberally but in a definite PG-13 fashion from The Hangover, hitting on every required Vegas touchstone.

Full Review… | June 20, 2014
Miami Herald
Top Critic

It's intermittently fun, and funny, but after a while it's just so much swinging back and forth. We get it. You're up. You're down. You're back up again.

Full Review… | June 19, 2014
Globe and Mail
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Audience Reviews for Think Like a Man Too

Good movie. While the story is jam-packed with clichés and lacks the relationship punch of the novel upon which both films are based, it still packs in enough laughs, charming direction, and great performances from its cast, especially Hart, to entertain.

Grant Hermanns
Grant Hermanns

In taking the dysfunctional couplings from Think Like a Man and giving them a Vegas Vacation, this deuce doesn't exactly earn points for originality but it's contrived storytelling certainly wins an award for banality. Steve Harvey didn't write a sequel to his bestselling relationship advice book Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man, mind you. Screen Gems just took it upon itself to capitalize on a certain 2012 surprise hit, which apparently involves pitting their continued romantic hijinks in - wait for if it's never been done before - in Sin City. That's right, the characters that laudably but improbably eked out an enjoyable first go-round take things to the worlds most famous adult playground for a bachelor party. Oh, what misadventures they get in! Suite parties. Strip clubs. Heavy drinking. Characters not developing. Wait, what?! That's right, the loves and losses unfurled in the first flick apparently didn't teach this bunch any life lessons. They're stuck in second gear and down shifting. If a 3rd movie rears it's head (Think Like a Man Too Bad), these characters might just revert to infancy rather than actually detail the highs and lows of monogamy in the spirit of the book. In this PG-13-rated comedy sequel, 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. Any resemblance between this amazing cast and an awesome story is purely inaccessible. All involved stand and deliver to the best of their ability, especially Kevin Hart, a white hot star to whom most of this broken-down wagon gets hitched to. Like a bad night at the casino tables, the script is just a bust. Oh, it's funny in parts, but there is no Las Vegas comedy cliche too insignificant for screenwriters Keith Merryman and David A. Newman to ignore. Certain audiences and film industry professionals decry the lack of movies centered around the African-American demographic, but is this what it's come to? Churning out recycled plots with tired gags and just adding in an African-American cast to act their way out of a steaming pile of H'Wood poo? The cast deserves better. African-American moviegoers deserve better. Frankly, we all do. Bottom line: Think Like a Yawn

Jeff Boam
Jeff Boam

Super Reviewer

Cedric: For one blissful night gentlemen we are free from all our obligations, all of our responsibilities... Sometimes the strength of an ensemble can outweigh the bad ideas some have, as far as how to continue on with a film that had no real need to continue. That almost works here. 2012's Think Like a Man was somewhat of a surprise hit, with Kevin Hart beginning to break out big, and a likable cast that many seemed to respond to. Now it has a sequel, with the word "Too" added to the end, which rarely bodes well for any movie. The cast returns, Hart's role has been amped up, and some laughs are there, but the film feels too loose for its own good. Think Like a Man Too has all the energy, but wastes it on easy jokes about its Las Vegas setting, stepping away from anything more poignant. read the whole review at

Aaron Neuwirth
Aaron Neuwirth

Super Reviewer

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