As most of you all know, I’m a movie fanatic and normally I run out to go see movies immediately, but for some reason I didn’t rush to see Think Like A Man Too, and to be honest, I could’ve kept my $5.50.
Yesterday was my birthday and since I didn’t have any other plans because I was feeling some-type-of-way, I decided to see a movie with my mom, sister and niece. I chose Think Like A Man Too since I didn’t want to go see Transformers like everybody else because I’m just not that into movies like that. Anywho… Let’s just say, I should’ve gone to see Transformers.
When Think Like A Man first became a movie, I was excited because I loved the book so much I just KNEW the movie was gone be the business. Although I wasn’t too excited about the first movie, I still went to see the sequel because I like some of the actors in the film, plus I’m always down to support black cinema, but I was a bit disappointed with the movie.
First of all, I really didn’t care for the narration the entire movie. I don’t remember much about the first one, but I don’t remember the narration. That was a bit annoying to me. Hell, I’m watching the movie I don’t need anyone talking me through the shit.
Secondly, it didn’t really seem to have a story line. It was all over the place to me. Seemed rushed and didn’t make much sense to me. I just really wasn’t feeling it. Wasn’t what I expected at all. I mean there were some funny parts in the movie, but other than that, I wasn’t really digging it, I just wasn’t.
There were some really touchy parts in there where Terrence J’s character finally stood up to his obnoxious, overbearing mother and the one where ole boy (can’t remember his name) proposed to Meagan Good’s character. Other than that, I think they could’ve kept that movie. Sad to say, I think they’ll probably try for Think Like A Man part three since they were #1 in the box office and the fact that Gabrielle Union’s character is “pregnant” or so they led us to think. Either way, I won’t be going to see that unless they send me some free tickets to a private screening or something.
Anyway, just my two and a half cents. Y’all can go see it if you want. Peep the trailer below!
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