Think Like A Man

Synopsis: Four women have given up on getting their men to do what they want until they find a how to book written by Steve Harvey. They start using his advice about relationships, and their men start falling in line, until the men discover what the women have been doing, then the war is on.
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Director(s): Tim Story
Production: Sony Screen Gems
  4 wins & 13 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
122 min

- Oh, my God.

- You did not march,

you do not have that right.

Neither do you, Bennett.

I saw it on TV.

They show those marches a lot in February.


Your wife kicked your ass.

It's really not that big of a deal.

- There's worse things.

- It's my ex-wife. Okay?

Y'all need to get in the habit

of saying that. Ex-wife.

You know, it really kills me how y'all like

to laugh at my pain.

I can't wait till y'all experience

the shit I'm experiencing.

I say Rush Street, first round on Bennett.

I'm supposed to have dinner

with Kristen tonight.

She'll understand, she's cool.

I'll send her a text.

Welcome back, everybody.

We are still here with

best-selling author Steve Harvey.

Well, what I try to get women to understand

is that times have changed,

but your playbook hasn't.

I've gotten thousands of letters

from all kinds of women

who can't seem to find a man, keep a man

or get what they want from their man.

Until you understand how a man loves,

how a man operates, how he thinks,

until you get into the mindset of a man,

you will never win with us

in the game of love.

Well, we certainly want to win with you

in the game of love, Steve.

- We have a question in the audience.

- Hi, Steve.

I've been living

with my boyfriend for five years

and he says that he loves me

and he's fully committed.

I guess what I want to know

is how come he hasn't popped the question?

He hasn't popped the question

because you haven't required him to.

We'll be right back.

- Can I get two beers?

- Hey!

I'm Cedric. Cedric, Cedric.

Yeah, I'm not married.

That's why I'm not wearing a ring.

I'm sorry, but Jesus has my heart.

Yeah, no, no, no, I get that. I love Jesus, too.

I talked to him today,

I was like, "Jesus," I said, "I need a girl!"

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