‘Think Like a Man Too’ Trailer: War of the Sexes in Las Vegas

Published 1 year ago by , Updated April 29th, 2014 at 2:33 pm,

In 2012, Think Like a Man directly tested the old adage that one can make a movie out of anything – in this case, out of comedian Steve Harvey’s relationship advice book Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man. While critical reviews rarely rated the flick above the level of, “Well, that was pretty decent,” Think Like a Man took in a respectable-enough box office take to warrant a sequel.

The first trailer for Think Like a Man Too shows off the return of the original film’s cast as they land in Las Vegas for an eagerly awaited wedding. As couples split off into dueling bachelor and bachelorette parties, many hijinks and (attempted) acts of debauchery ensue.

Think Like a Man Too features a sprawling comedic ensemble that includes Romany Malco (Weeds), Michael Ealy (Almost Human), Taraji P. Henson (The Karate Kid), Kevin Hart (About Last Night), Regina Hall (The Best Man Holiday), and Terrence Jenkins (The Game), among many others.

Think Like A Man Male Ensemble Think Like a Man Too Trailer: War of the Sexes in Las Vegas

Despite all of the talent on display, one can’t help but feel a little disappointed by Think Like a Man Too‘s preview. Staging a comedic sequel in a vacation destination is already quite the cliché, and Las Vegas has been the location of a bevy of recent lackluster comedies. Additionally (so far as the trailer shows), Think Like a Man Too doesn’t seem to do anything especially unique with its Sin City backdrop.

Thus, it will inevitably fall to the movie’s script and the considerable chops of its principal cast to carry Think Like a Man Too. In the best-case scenario, Think Like a Man Too could be one of the summer’s most crowd-pleasing comedies; in the worst, it could be little more than a group of funny people taking a filmed vacation.


Think Like a Man Too will arrive in theaters on June 20th, 2014.

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  1. although the location is played out i will pay good money to see Meagan Good in a bikini…plus Bel Biv Devoe got me hooked

    • AGREED! I SECOND THAT! +1…(you get the picture)

  2. I really can’t even come up with a comment to try and describe my feelings right now. I just can’t…

  3. The 1st movie is like Anchorman to me: meh the first time, funny the 2nd, hilarious as you see it more

  4. I’ll see your “Grown Ups 2″ and raise you a “Think Like a Man Too”…..I fold.

  5. Ok I don’t think we got to see the first one here in Australia but this doesn’t look great…. Is the first funny?

    • if you like Kevin Hart’s comedy, it is also a funny movie to watch with your significant other

  6. Kevin Hart is like Adam Sandler (maybe better).

    His movies will always have a following… look how well Ride Along did.

    • Hart isn’t that big of a draw. Grudge Match bombed and Ice Cube was the reason why ride along was a hit.

  7. The first one was hilarious. And this is from someone who did not even want to see it. I was literally “dragged” to see the first one by wifey (hey she supports all the CBMs and genre movies I want to go see. Price of being married). Gotta say – looking forward to seeing this. Kevin Hart is THE hot topic right now, so of course Hollywood is going to milk him for all he’s worth. It’s what Hollywood does. Who’s really surprised by this? The thing is though, every Kevin Hart movie I’ve seen is really good (even the ones I didn’t initially want to see). That and they slay the box office on a regular basis. Not every movie has to be Oscar or Cannes Film Festival worthy (Thank God).

    • The first one was pretty darn good. I’m looking forward to the next one. And I agree with your statement, that not every movie has to be an Oscar or Cannes worthy film. For the most part, I do not watch Oscar and Cannes films like I use to, because they are mostly OVER-HYPED films and when you decide to check out some of them, they are mainly OVERRATED. Just my two cents.

  8. Date movie!

  9. Kevin Hart is really busy this year, this is what movie number three that he’s in?