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compare apples and oranges, I suppose I'd recommend "Think Too" over a few other Vegas debauchery with consequences comedies. The women have more to do this second time around, which is good; the material itself could and should be better.
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The sequel is a disappointing step down, and backward. The gang reunites in Vegas for the meticulously planned wedding of Candace (Regina Hall) and Michael (Terrence Jenkins). Michael's steely, meddling force of Christianity mother (Jenifer Lewis) gets sidetracked by a suave wedding guest, played byDennis Haysbert; high flying corporate leader Lauren (Taraji Henson) and her laid back chef boyfriend Dominic (Michael Ealy) are tempted by job offers that will wreak havoc on their togetherness; "Zeke the Freak" (Romany Malco) and wised upMya(Meagan Good) cope with Zeke running into a variety of previous hookups.
The first film wasn't like this, not to this degree. Based onSteve Harvey's relationship advice book, the 2012 hit breezed by on the strengths of its prodigiously charming cast, so that whatever Harvey and the script were actually advising Women, lock it up! Don't be skanks! you could ignore it and concentrate on the back and forth and the byplay.
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A 105 minute ad for Caesars Palace, the passably engaging sequel "Think Like a Man Too" allowsKevin Hart, the ensemble's hottest potato, to hijack whole sections of the Las Vegas set hijinks as he lets loose with his little verbal tsunamis of braggadocio. The way this comedy has been edited by Peter S. Elliot, presumably at the urging of directorTim Story, the shots barely hold themselves for two or three seconds before slam cutting away to a pushy reaction shot. This Miu Miu Eyewear 2017 isn't momentum; it's agitation, and antsy pacing such as this has a way of giving theimpressionof energy, rather than truly energizing a scene.
up for the grinding familiarity of Hart's voice over narration: "What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas." Really? We needed to be reminded of that one?
Once separated, the bachelor and bachelorette parties get into the usual Vegas trouble, culminating at a male strip club where the ladies are there for one reason, and the men are there, wearing not much, trying to win back money needed by Cedric (Hart) to pay for his $40,000 a night Caesars suite. Surprises in "Think Too" are few, though some bits the best being a music video riff on the '90s dance tune "Poison" by Bell Biv DeVoe make Gucci Bag Classic
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