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Think Like a Man Movie Makes Women, Men Think

Understanding the opposite sex has always been a difficult task. Honestly, understanding one's self and what's best for one's self is also difficult. Furthermore, understanding what to look for in the opposite sex and understanding how to spot the right mate has baffled men and women for centuries. However, when comedian Steve Harvey came out with the self-help book, Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man, he offered insight into the mind of the modern man and allowed women to better understand their mate and better understand the ideal man for their life. Nevertheless, when I heard he was turning his best-selling book into the Think Like a Man movie, I was not too enthusiastic initially. How would Harvey turn a book that was not a novel or biography/autobiography into a story line that would keep moviegoers interested for two hours? The women, frustrated with love, turn to Harvey's book to understand the opposite sex. Unbeknownst to the men, they come under attack by t...

 


Introducing the Cast of "Tyler Perry's For Better or Worse"

On a rainy Tuesday afternoon in Houston, critically acclaimed actress Tasha Smith and Miss USA 2008, Crystle Stewart met with Regal Magazine publisher Todd A. Smith. The discussion centered on the new "dramedy" "Tyler Perry's For Better Worse." Whether you love or hate Perry, according to Smith, you definitely should not put the man in a box, because "Tyler Perry's For Better or Worse," which premieres Friday, Nov. 25 with back-to-back episodes at 9:00 PM and 9:30 PM central time is not a show that can easily be placed in a box. It definitely has something for everyone. Todd: Ms. Tasha Smith Tasha: What's up? Todd: Nothing much. Most of Tyler Perry's shows are sitcoms. How do you think his fans will respond to a more dramatic type of show from Tyler on television? Tasha: They're gonna love it. They're absolutely going to love it. And not only are they going to love it, but they're going to be so proud of this show as Black people. They're going to be grateful that Tyler created it, shot it, and m...

 


Sanctum Movie Review

In the year 2011, I'm almost ashamed to admit that I have not seen a 3D movie since I was a kid growing up in the 1980s. However, when the opportunity came to review James Cameron's new Sanctum movie, I jumped at the opportunity to see the film. Additionally, unlike many movie buffs I am not a big fan of action/adventure movies, but the new Sanctum movie is more than an adventure flick that appeals to most guys, it delves into the complex relationships between fathers and their sons, which are not, explored enough in modern films. The Sanctum movie centers on group of explorers, led by Frank (Richard Roxburgh), who are literally going where no man has gone before. Carl (Ioan Gruffudd) is also a good cave diver, but is more interested in making the cover of National Geographic and marrying his tag-along girlfriend Victoria (Alice Parkinson) than benefitting mankind. The idea of discovering unknown parts of the world trumps the danger that they face on a daily basis. However, like many sons, Josh (Rhys Wakef...

 




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