Stars: Kevin Hart, Gabrielle Union, Meagan Good, Michael Ealy, Taraji P. Henson, Romany Malco, Regina Hall,
Dennis Haysbert, Terrence Jenkins, La La Anthony
Hollywood has broken the code on making commercially successful films. It seems that any film with Las Vegas as a central character can’t lose. This sequel to 2012’s wildly popular Think Like a Man, which was based on Steve Harvey’s best-selling book, is revving on full throttle as the gang heads to Sin City for Candace (Regina Hall) and Michael’s (Terrence Jenkins) wedding. As expected, the shenanigans lead to a few painful consequences, stopping just shy of disaster.
The cast is clearly very comfortable with each other, and the camaraderie seems very natural. Of course, they’ve all done this before. Romany Malco had high praise for his beautiful co-star, Meagan Good, in a recent interview with rolling out. He was effusive in extolling her virtues; from her professionalism to her unabashed individualism, and that warm regard translates to undeniable chemistry on the big screen.
The cast has a ball, which means the audience will too, which should translate to another blockbuster hit for Sony Pictures.