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Do not try and tell Kevin Hart that he's a scene-stealer in his new film, "Think Like A Man." Despite the many ribald, laugh-out-loud moments his character has in the movie - which is based on the best-selling relationship guide for women by "Family Feud" host Steve Harvey - Hart insists it was a collaborative [...]
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Ethnicity & Race / African American : The Root (4 years ago)

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Ethnicity & Race / African American : Bossip (3 years ago)

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Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain

Film / Film Reviews : RogerEbert.com (2 years ago)

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