Think Like A Man – Unanimous Appreciation of Audience!
Think Like A Man is the latest film in talk because of its whooping first-day income. It has raked in $9 million on its opening day, i.e. Friday, 20th April, 2012 and is expected to reach $25 million by the weekend.
Think Like A Man is an Afro-American romantic comedy and is based on the bestselling book by Steve Harvey, named ‘Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man’. The film has been directed by Tim Story and stars Kevin Hart, Meagan Good, Arielle Kebbel, Gabrielle Union, Michael Ealy, Taraji P. Henson, J.B. Smoove, Morris Chestnut, Regina Hall and Chris Brown. Many artists like Kelly Rowland, Ken Hilson, Jennifer Hudson, Future and John Legend have recorded the soundtrack for Think Like A Man.
The story of Think Like A Man revolves around four couples, the females being the fans of the best-seller of Steve Harvey. They take the advices in the book seriously and try them on their male partners. When the males come to know that the females have been seized on advice in the book, they feel betrayed and decide to turn the tables on and teach their girls a lesson.
The film was not among talks earlier, but since it was liked by people which was indicated by the amount it earned on its first day, the critics showered comments on it. However the reviews are mixed. But all agree that the star-cast is amazing and have played the characters as authentic humans. It is because of the actors, the film has been elevated to a higher level than just an ordinary comedy as per leading critics.
The film had been earlier commented to be the best-testing film in Hollywood. But the audience has given it pretty unanimous admiration and appreciation.
Kevin Hart in Act Like A Man is like a strong-point of the film and his stand-up comedy movie Laugh At My Pain has done surprisingly well on the box-office.
Think Like A Man, along with The Lucky One which too has earned $9 million on its opening day has topped The Hunger Games which earned comparatively meager amount of $3 million, but has been on top at the box-office for four consecutive weeks, the first film to achieve this after Avatar.