For whatever reason probably too ignorant to properly address, there were a good number of people who were shocked...shocked I tell you, that an urban comedy such as Think Like A Man was such a surprise hit last year. Never mind that it's full of beautiful, talented actors, and is funny and relatable in regards to relationships in a way everybody can understand. It's understandable that some of these people may have forgotten the film's spiritual and thematic predecessor, because it was fourteen years ago in 1999's excellent ensemble hit, The Best Man, a film full of substantial characters that seemed like real people underneath all the theatrics. Now reunited after all this time in The Best Man Holiday, these characters are just as funny, honest, and sexy as we remember them. It's like they never really went away.
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