Think Like a Man Too- -
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.
Think Like A Man Too has the couples from Act Like A Lady and Think Like A Man back for another fun packed trip to Las Vegas. This adult movie is about a wedding in Las Vegas that quickly begins to go awry and heat up, perhaps a little too hot, according this Parental Guide to the movies. Think Like A Man Too was rated PG-13, but this family movie review thinks that they may have stretched this one a little.
This movie has adults behaving poorly in the beginning, adults behaving even worse in the middle, and ends with adults behaving horrendously. The adults do all the things that one expects to do in Vegas. They visit casinos, bars, and strip clubs. It has already gotten bad, but it gets worse. There is lots of kissing and adult situations. The alcohol flows freely in this movie. There are plenty of scantily clad women to be hadäó_andäó_you and your children are all invited to the bachelor party. They did not leave anything out in this movie.
What’s worse? The ladies and the men get into a contest to see who is badder. It is a contest to see who can behave the worst while in Vegas. For one night, both the men and the women are free from their obligations and responsibilities to their partners. They are back to pretending they are single for one night. The bride to be ends up on stage at a strip club. The champagne flows and the guys cannot stay out of a bar fight. The guys end up in jail dressed like the Village People. Meanwhile, the ladies are not doing much better. There is girl talk among the women about faking the most intimate of male and female relations. The Grandmother makes certain the younger ladies are up on this topic.
If you want to an example of how not to start a marriage off on the right foot, then this movie is right for you. There are some subjects simply should not be addressed in a children’s movie and this movie discusses almost all of them. This kids movie review found it difficult to see how they could rate this one as a PG-13. It does not technically cross the line, but it certainly comes close. This might be one for young adults, or those on the verge of adult life, but it is not for the young teens, and certainly not for anyone younger than that.