Think Like A Man

'Think Like a Man' replaces 'Hunger Games' atop box office

Sun, 22 Apr 2012 22:09:37 -0700 The comedy based on a relationship advice book by Steve Harvey collects an estimated $33 million over the weekend. 'The Lucky One,' starring Zac Efron, brings in $22.8 million. Moe, Larry and Curly couldn't do it. Neither could Snow White, an army of Greek gods or a baby-faced Leonardo DiCaprio. http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/news/movies/la-et-boxoffice-20120423,0,5077445.story?track=rss

"Think Like a Man" ends 'Hunger Games" streak

Sun, 22 Apr 2012 11:33:35 -0700 LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The box office competition finally overwhelmed "The Hunger Games" as the romantic comedy "Think Like a Man" beat expectations with a chart-topping $33.0 million in U.S. and Canadian ticket sales over the weekend. Love story "The Lucky One" also exceeded forecasts to finish second with $22.8 million from Friday through Sunday, according to studio estimates. The two films … http://news.yahoo.com/hunger-games-gives-box-office-crown-160552846.html

Zac Efron, Think Like a Man Dethrone The Hunger Games

For the first time in a month, The Hunger Games is not the number one movie this weekend. That spot belongs to Think Like a Man, an ensemble romantic comedy based on a Steve Harvey self-help book. But the dystopian … http://gawker.com/5904154/zac-efron-think-like-a-man-dethrone-the-hunger-games

Think Like a Man Takes Bite Out of The Hunger Games – The …

Think Like a Man is number-one at the box office! The film finally knocked The Hunger Games off the number-one perch. http://www.thehollywoodgossip.com/2012/04/think-like-a-man-takes-bite-out-of-the-hunger-games/

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4 Responses to Think Like A Man

  • Anonymous says:

    Is My Boyfriend Too Possessive/clingy? Let me give you the whole story…

    We have been together for about 5 years now, and I have questioned the relationship at least 5 times in a serious manner. When we first got together I wasn’t into him at all and I didn’t want to be with him. But he kept doing cute things like burning CDs for me and writing me notes so I decided to give him a chance. But, very soon into the relationship (like 2 weeks) he started telling me he loved me and I felt like he was moving too fast. He also told me that I should not hang out with any of my friends because they are bad influences on me. At the time I really was a heavy drinker and went to a lot of parties but they were still my friends.

    He wanted to spend all his time with me which I thought was nice at first. But I ended up losing a lot of friends and I think early on that is why I didn’t break up with him. He gets upset if I don’t call him for a while even if he knows I am just at home etc. When I tell him it upsets me that he gets mad at me he always says he is not mad he just doesn’t understand why I don’t want to be with him as much as he wants to be with me. Whenever I get off of class he wants me to head straight over from campus and gets upset if I don’t. Recently a friend who I haven’t seen in over 7 years came to visit and I have been spending all of my time with her, she is only going to be here for a week and she lives in a different state. I told him that we won’t be able to see each other much because I was taking her sight seeing etc but he got really upset and said things like “I feel alone in life.” I feel like he has insecurities that are really deep rooted and I don’t know how to fix.

    I don’t feel like he understands that I am busy with school and work and that sometimes I just want to go home and relax. Also, when we are together a lot of the time he gets really excited and starts to play fight with me. I like it and have fun but most of the time he goes overboard and ends up hurting me from biting or pinching me too hard. I have told him a million times that I don’t like it and it needs to stop but he never seems to stop.

    The thing is, we have been together for so long that I have gotten used to spending most of my free time with him. I don’t have nearly as many friends as I used to, but I also feel like I don’t need that many friends anymore. I really love him and he is a very loyal and genuine man. He is deeply sentimental and emotional but sometimes I feel like his behavior is selfish and overdramatic. I love him deeply and see an amazing devoted side to him, but I also worry that I have come to love him from being around him for so long and not for the right reasons. I would not have stayed if I didn’t believe he had the most genuine heart. He makes me feel really good about myself but I wonder about a future with him at times. I don’t know if I could live without him and I know breaking up with him would destroy him. Do I stick it out and try to get through to him or break it off and break his heart?

    Any stories or tips would be helpful. Thanks.

  • Anonymous says:

    Why Do Older Men Always Have To Be Interested In Me? Whenever somebody expresses interest in me, it always has to be a older man. I hate them. They’re just a bunch of freaks who think I like dating older men when I don’t. No offense, but they intend to speed up the relationship, and the worst part of all is that guys my age don’t seem to be interested in me. And to top that right off, I always end up attracting the kind of men, I don’t want to attract. What can I do attract guys my age? I’m 25 and the last guy I dated is 26.

  • Anonymous says:

    Might Be Prego This Time. Weird Discharge On Day 17? My man and I have been having unprotected sex randomly for 2 years, this month we decided to actually have sex during my ovulation time period, I was suppose to ovulate the 15th I had sex that day as well the 16th, I layed for 20 mins after trying to keep in it if possibly that may help. On the 17th I had this weird stringy whiteish/clear discharge happen it went away that same night but it weird me out I had never had it before. Well I had an ultrasound to check on a cyst the next day so I asked the doctor and she checked me for any infections like yeast etc. and I had none. I really excited to see if I got pregnant. My last period was the 1st of April I usually get my period day 30. I have been having pregnancy dreams from labor and actually seeing my baby which was a boy, to peeing on a stick etc. I try and not focus on it but I can’t help myself, I even thought of baby names and have been on the web I’m pretty much driving myself crazy. When would you suggest I take a test if i miss my period and likely get a postive? Also does anyone have an idea of what that weird discharge was about!? Thanks and my fingers are crossed! (:

  • Anonymous says:

    What Do You Think Of The Show “Girls”? I was surprised to see that HBO would air a tv show that would put women in a positive light, instead of their usual way of including women into their shows, “we must keep the male audience entertained, let’s put a naked woman in here with no name to attempt to further advance the plot and let’s disregard that women have feelings and have them be what we envision in our sexual fantasies.”

    After watching the pilot I felt no likeability with the characters, and felt cheated. Everything leading up to the show made it preach that it’s OKAY for women to have sex and like it (when nearly all other shows call them sl*ts if they do have sex and prudes if they don’t) and also preached female empowerment. After watching the first episode I guess I liked how the characters actually talked about what women talk about, but I really, really don’t understand how their so keen on being called sl*ts and wanting to be degraded. That’s a real issue with some women and it means they have issues. It’s not a healthy and empowering thing saying that you want to be degraded.

    Typical HBO brainwashing, making women to be less then they actually are. That makes me iffy on why it’s called “Girls”. They’re in their twenties, shouldn’t it be called “Women”? It’s the same with shows like New Girl and Two Broke Girls…it’s always GIRLS. And any other guy show their referred to as men.

    Anyone else feeling like I do?

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