Think Like a Man Too

Synopsis: In the highly anticipated sequel, which was inspired by Steve Harvey's best-selling book Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man, all the couples are back for a wedding in Las Vegas. But plans for a romantic weekend go awry when their various misadventures get them into some compromising situations that threaten to derail the big event.
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Director(s): Tim Story
Production: Sony Pictures
  2 wins & 4 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
106 min

She's like a drill

sergeant, on a schedule!

It's like there's a shot clock,

constantly winding down to one,

and I gotta hit the last shot.

Last week, I thought I sprained it.

You know, the worst part about

it is I had to stop smoking pot.

- No! You? Pot.

- Yeah. Me.

- It's like saying goodbye to an old friend.

- Why?

Because I can only deal with one

stoned child at a time, that's why.

- She heard us.

- She hears everything.

Fortunately, some couples know exactly

how to embrace the true spirit of Vegas.

Okay, all right.

So they hadn't seen each other for 10

days because of Lauren's business trip.

Now you know what they say.

Absence does make the heart

and other organs grow fonder.

Despite its reputation

as Sin City,

Vegas is still the number one

destination in the country

for couples to do the craziest

thing of all, get married. Dummies.

It is the perfect setting.

Everything is perfect. You

know, this kind of looks like...

Ancient Rome, like Spartacus.

Excuse me, when have

you seen Spartacus?

At Grandma's, when she falls

asleep during Grey's Anatomy.

I do not fall asleep

when I'm babysitting you!

So, Candace, the bride

will enter from here,

and right there is where...

We get married.

So, remember, you must be here on time

so we can begin your ceremony promptly.

- We cannot hold up the next wedding party.

- Yes.

Perfect timing! Your wedding

programs just arrived.

I've got that.

It was so sweet of your mom to

splurge on French linen paper.

Candace, you are the only

daughter she's ever gonna have.

And I think this whole process

has really been healing for her.

Especially after the

passing of Deacon Johnson.

Aunt Winnie said he died

in bed with Miss Loretta.

But at least he had a happy ending.

There you go.

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