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

Las Vegas.

For 100 years, people have flocked to

get a taste of its forbidden fruit.

In the 1930s and '40s, it

was the Mafia and gambling.

In the late '50s, America's first topless

showgirls appeared at the Dunes Casino.

And in the '60s, it was all

about Frank and the Rat Pack.

But today, damn! Vegas has

become Disneyland for adults.

And let me tell you something. What

happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.

See, in this town, you don't

know if it's day or night.

And guess what? You don't care,

because you're in Vegas, baby!

From the casinos to the clubs,

the pools and the strip bars,

it's the best place in the world for

men and women to get their freak on.

Okay, just be careful

because it's a wedding dress.

Why are you stressing?

It's beautiful.

Unless, of course, they

go together as couples.


Zeke the Freak! It's

me, Marty. Remember?

Marty the One Man Party!

What up? What up, man?

Oh, man, wait till I tell

Luis the Freak is back in town!

Two of my wildest nights

ever was with Z to the F.

I can only imagine.

Oh, baby, you don't even got to

imagine. We got this on video.

She don't wanna see that.

- She ain't about that life?

- No.

That's sweet. This man is a

god. A legend with the ladies.

We used to get him drunk

just to get his leftovers.

I was young, I used to come

by here once in a while.

Sounds like you came here a lot.

You remember Marco's big

blow-out bash last year?

That was a few years ago.

- Them strippers was off the chain.

- Marty, this is my woman, Mya.

Nice to meet you.

No! Wait!

You took him down?

Lower the flag, baby!

Retire the rubbers.

Zeke the Freak is getting married!

No! No, dude, God, no.

We just here for a friend's

wedding. Mya just made the dresses.

- Designed.

- Designed the dresses.

Well, I'm just saying, if

you can get away later on,

Luis is having an after-party

at the Chicken Ranch...

I'm right here!

- Well, this how we do, baby!

- Let me just get with you later.

All right. Get your girl in check, she gonna

make me look bad out here in the street, man.

Wait till I tell Luis

the Freak is back in town!

I don't know that dude, really. I met

him one time. He drives and cuts hair.

- Hell, no.

- Zeke the Freak is back in town, baby!

Now, my opinion?

The only thing worse than going to Vegas

as a couple is going as man and wife.

Babe, you see the car?

Look at these hookers.

Tish, honey, those are not hookers.

They're just girls having fun in

Vegas. It's really not a big deal.

They probably got no dad in their life,

low self-esteem. It's very sad, actually.

By the way, Bennett, that fanny-pack

really screams "Vegas Weekend."

Yeah, Tish got it for me. It's safer to

keep your money in the front in Vegas.

- Plus, she gave me a bonus.

- Bet she did.

And I can get to the money if I

need to. It's right in the front.

I can't wait to get to the room.

All right.

Okay, good, there's gonna be like an

hour between check-in and separation.

- For what?

- We're trying to have a baby, ASAP.

I waited nine years to get

married, so we're, you know.


I'm so happy for you!

- I hope for your sake it's a boy.

- Why?

Well, you know, when you have a

boy, you just worry about his wiener.

When you have a girl, you have to worry

about all the wieners coming at her.

Smacking her around.

You remember how it is.

The romance and magic

of scheduled sex.

- Girl's not gonna wait forever.

- Yeah, no, I get it.

She doesn't want

to be the "old" mom.

I can't believe it,

man! You as a father.

I know, right? I can't

believe it either.

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