Capital Gazette wins special Pulitzer Prize citation for coverage of newsroom shooting that killed five

Michael Ealy

Review: 'Think Like a Man Too' ★★

Review: 'Think Like a Man Too' ★★

A 105-minute ad for Caesars Palace, the passably engaging sequel "Think Like a Man Too" allows Kevin Hart, the ensemble's hottest potato, to hijack whole sections of the Las Vegas-set hijinks as he lets loose with his little verbal tsunamis of braggadocio. The way this comedy has been edited by Peter S. Elliot, presumably at the urging of director Tim Story, the shots barely hold themselves for two or three seconds before slam-cutting away to a pushy reaction shot. This isn't momentum; it's agitation, and antsy pacing such as this has a way of giving the impression of energy, rather than truly energizing a scene.

The first film wasn't like this, not to this...