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Movie review: 'Think Like a Man'
Fortunately, Harvey slowly gets out of the way.
Malco is particularly good as a smart, quick-witted lothario — Zeke is used to being able to get around any woman's roadblocks during a pickup, but Mya, armed with advice from Harvey to maintain strict abstinence during the first 90 days, proves to be a challenge.
Henson is great as Lauren, who is so successful in business that she cannot imagine dating below her economic station.
At over two hours, “Think Like a Man” could use a judicious editing session — cartoonishly Caucasian side character Bennett (Gary Owen) needed to hit the cutting-room floor with Harvey.
But Hart is given great latitude for his manic persona and the chemistry is strong among most of the cast, making “Think Like a Man” significantly better than other loosely adapted comedies based on self-help sensations and an imperfectly enjoyable look at trial-and-error single life.
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‘Think Like a Man'
Starring: Romany Malco, Kevin Hart, Arielle Kebbel, Meagan Good, Gabrielle Union, Taraji P. Henson. (Sexual content, some crude humor, and brief drug use)