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Night School is scheduled to hit the theaters on 28 September Randall Einhorn directed and was an executive producer on the pilot. Along the way, they discover that friends may be the one thing to save them from themselves.Romany addresses the dating rumor between him and Meagan Good Photo: His rumored romance with Meagan made so much noise that he was forced to put out a tweet to douse the gossip.The book (Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man) has as prominent a role as any of the actors (in one case, more so).Characters constantly quote it, highlight passages within it in close-up, begin dialogue with "Steve says," hold the book up for other characters to see (One instance, right in the middle of a conversation, is especially egregious, as a character perfectly frames it on a table as if she's in a commercial), and call or visit local bookstores only to discover that the tome is sold out.Now, he spends a lot of time in Zeke's apartment while his daily schedule revolves around the operating hours of local strip clubs.There's nothing particularly insightful about relationships here, and the last act suffers from the problems inherent in a structure that assembles a group of interconnected people.The author himself even appears on screen a few times to read passages and talk about how important the book is for women to truly understand how the typical male mind works in terms of relationships.The characters are archetypes that Harvey establishes within the book, and director Tim Story conveniently introduces their stories as interactions as "male type" vs.
It's a redundant credit, really, since the movie is essentially a two-hour advertisement for Steve Harvey's book Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man.
She decides to redecorate their place and get him to actually fulfill his career ambitions.
Michael (Terrence J) is a "mama's boy," and that should pretty much define itself.
Newman's screenplay isn't directly quoting Harvey's book, the dialogue is as on-the-nose as that.
The circle of buddies is completed by Bennett (Gary Owen), "the happily married man," who really only exists to serve as the setup to the punch line of introducing Cedric (Kevin Hart), "the even happier divorced guy." Cedric, who narrates as if he's had far too much caffeine, is loud and protests perhaps a bit too much about how life was with his ex-wife.