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It is boy against girls in Las Vegas this weekend. Think Like A Man 2 hits theaters on Friday.
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Candice (Regina Hall) and Michael (Terrence Jenkins) are getting married in Vegas. Before they do, they couple is having separate parties with their closets friends in Sin City. Cedric (Kevin Hart) is determined to make sure Michael’s bachelor party is better than Candice’s bachelorette party. Will he go too far? You’ll have to find out this weekend. If Cedric doesn’t ruin things for him, hopefully his mother doesn’t. If you recall, Michael is a "Mama’s boy." This was a problem for Michael and Candice relationship in Think Like a Man.
On Monday, Hart promoted the movie on Monday Night Raw. WWE fans gave him a warm welcome as he came down the ramp like a WWE Superstar. After Adam Rose pinned Fandango, Hart joined him and was carried out of the arena by the rosebuds.
Think Like a Man 2 is not the only movie coming out this week.
Jersey Boys is out on Friday as well. This is a biopic about Frankie Vallie and The Four Seasons. As the title of the movie suggests, these individuals are from New Jersey. They were a popular '50s vocal group that overcame their circumstances to gain fame and stardom.
The film is directed by Clint Eastwood. This fact alone will bring people out. Eastwood has to deliver to keep sales high.
As a whole, the group faced adversity and struggles. The film brings these issues to the light. Fortunately, their New Jersey roots help them overcome these challenges.
In my opinion, this movie was not promoted as much as it could have been. Hopefully, the popularity of the smash Broadway show will make up for that. The group was the voice of a generation. People tend to watch biopics to see if they will live up to their expectations. Hopefully, Eastwood and curiosity will fill seats this weekend.
Sorry young boys and girls, both movies are Rated R. Unless you want to go with your parents, you will have to wait till it’s on DVD or On Demand with your local provider.
22 Jump Street and How to Train Your Dragon 2, came out last weekend. Will their popularity interfere with ticket sales? Only time will tell.