1 hour 50 minutes
Michael Ealy, Kevin Hart, Taraji P. Henson
CHICOPEE, Mass (WWLP) – Don’t you think Las Vegas has gotten too cluttered with frivolous romantic comedies? “Think Like a Man Too” takes the low road to Vegas with the wedding party living it up.
Unfortunately they’re having a much better time than we are. Leave it to the groom’s meddling Mom. She just coulee sour the Nuptials by listening in to the newlyweds.
You certainly can hear Kevin Hart coming from a mile away. But at least old motor mouth energizes the familiar characters in the sitcom style series of complications. If Kevin had said less and listened more he wouldn’t have confused himself into thinking he was the best man.
For all of his wild mannerisms, Hart’s characters have a certain sadness, like he’s desperate for approval. And approval is something that Jennifer Lewis, the mother in law from hell, will never give the bride of her bridesmaid. She’d rather tell them how old they look.
But It’s the tired retread plot that’s showing its age. And It’s become clear that when sequel winds up in Las Vegas, They’ve reached the end of the line.
Kevin Hart’s crazy antics generate some laughs, but with a roll of the dice, “Think Like a Man Two” comes up with only two stars.
Instead of a bubbly romantic comedy, the frothy ingredients fizzled out and went flat.