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2012 Rom-Com Film, ‘Think Like A Man’ Scoops #6 Position on The Netflix Top 10 List

Who didn’t love the Rom-com flick, Think Like A Man (2012), based on the 2009 book of the same name by Steve Harvey? The book sent women all over the world running to book stores to grab themselves a copy that offers priceless info on how to dominate the male mind.

The flick hit the theaters on 9 March 2012 and immediately became a big success, grossing $ 96.1 million on a budget of $ 12 million. Netflix just brought it back on December 1, and it has quickly claimed a sweet spot in Netflix’s Top 10 list of movies, right after # 1 The Power of the Dog, #2 Life, #3 Red Notice, #4 Law Abiding Citizen and #5 Single All The Way.

The Plot

In case you forgot what the movie is about, it features the swoon-worthy and comical moments of a guy pack that is caught off guard when their women come to sudden realization of how to control them, based on ladies’ advice given by Steve Harvey in his newly launched book, ‘Think Like A Man’. The guys then devise strategies to turn tables against the women, but their plans totally backfire.

Who Are the Movie’s Cast?

The film saw an amazing cast of top actors as well as cameos of our favorite celebrities, including Chris Brown, Kelly Rowland, Wendy Williams, and Keri Hilson.

The guy group consisted of Kevin Hart as Cedric, ‘the happy divorced guy’, Terrance Jenkins as Michael Hanover, ‘the mama’s boy’, Michael Ealy as Dominic, ‘the dreamer’, Romany Malco as Zeke Freeman, ‘the player’, Jerry Ferrara as Jeremy Kern, ‘the non-committer’ and Gary Owen as Bennett, ‘the happily married guy’.

The beautiful ladies group consisted of Taraji P. Henson as Lauren Harris, ‘the woman who is her own man’, Regina Hall as Candace Hall, ‘the single mom’, Gabrielle Union as Kristen, ‘the girl who wants the ring’, and Meagan Good as Mya, ‘the 90-day rule girl’.

Written by Ralph Glorioso

World cinema and electronic music enthusiast. Most importantly, a firm believer in slice of life and iyashikei anime.

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