Think Like A Man

Think Like A Man

DVD - 2012
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Based on Steve Harvey's relationship self-help book, Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man. Four women have decided to take the advice in Harvey's book and use the recommendations to get their men on track. When the men discover this, they try to turn the tables on their women.
Publisher: [United States] : Columbia ; Culver City, CA : Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, [2012]
Branch Call Number: DVD
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 122 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in

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TRANNY_CLONES
Aug 23, 2014

Too many black females (especially in the USA & UK) are too MASCULINE for their own good in real life already period.I don't need and i don't want the 3 TIMES DIVORCED House Negro Steve Harvey to turn more black females into MASCULINE FEMINISTS,which is exactly what this movie as well as the book is doing period.This is why black females finish LAST for real LOVE and marriage before having sex and children,BUT YOU DON'T HEAR ME THOUGH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Atticus14 Aug 17, 2014

I found it to be a fun movie. Heartfelt at times. A bit unrealistic but it is a movie after all.

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MaryMaryJ
Aug 07, 2014

After all the hype really expected more from this movie. Has entertainment value but not as interesting. Its all been done before.

Mz_Patterson Jul 26, 2014

what a wonderful movie I had to rate it at 100000

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fsims
Jun 18, 2014

The best movie ever cannot what for part two

Altrego73 Dec 10, 2013

Nice movie...lots to thnk about in it and a little stereotypical but funny.

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Daylight62
Sep 22, 2013

So-so movie.

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ncs1961
Jul 26, 2013

funny & light - be prepared to pick thru the cliches & stereotypes to find the little gems of wisdom. Mr Harvey may not be the first man I'd see for advice about relationships, but he's definitely my go to guy for marketing a book.

ladiipurple May 14, 2013

i like this movie it thought me whats on a man mind

mamiuno May 13, 2013

i saw it n i luv it,alota twiztz n turnz in the game dat we call luv n mor...............gud at advice on da male mind werkz n on catchin them in they shit................

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Gokupuffs
Oct 18, 2014

“Think Like a Man” was a 2012 romantic comedy hit featuring some of the movie world’s biggest upcoming and present day stars. The film follows four main plots spread across 4 different couples as they strive to find true happiness and love. “The Mama’s boy vs. Single Mom”, “The Non-Committer vs. the Girl who wants the ring”, “The Dreamer vs. the Woman who is her own man” and finally “The Player vs. the 90 day rule girl.” The woman within each relationship discovers the “Act like a Lady, Think like a man” book which transcends their regular thought process for how to get a man and how to get them to do what they desire. The movie only gets better when the men get a hold of the book adding opportunity for extreme comedic and just plain interesting situations to occur. This movie gives a better light on the different thought processes men have on women and the other way around. Also, like mentioned before some of the awesome cast members include Regina Hall, Terrence J and rolling out the film with a comedic punch is Kevin Hart. The film received mixed reviews from the general public because it was criticised for being just like every other romantic comedy film. It was just a new version or a more modern version of an old romantic comedy. A review website known as Rotten Tomatoes gives the movie a rating of 53%, based on 96 reviews, with an average rating of 5.6/10 because of this. Even with the quality of review “Think Like a Man” has had, I still believe that this is a great movie and personally, I would rate it with a 7 to 8 out of 10.

Mz_Patterson Jul 26, 2014

this movie was about couples who love each other and love to party

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