The movie, which is very sitcom-setup-driven (it's "The Best Man" meets "Valentine's Day"), introduces its embattled pairings with titles like ''The Non-Committer vs.The Girl Who Wants the Ring'' and ''The Dreamer vs.Even with these negative faults, Choi & Lim were compatible and the questionable manner in which their relationship unfolded is something left for the audience to think about, particularly what are the boundaries / rules in dating? On a side note, damn did those clams look delicious in the restaurant!Also, props to the cinematography, enjoyed the hand held camera style employed by director Han Jae-Rim.Then came "The Game," which said that if women are playing by "The Rules," then the only way for men to push past those defenses is to pretend to be even bigger cads than they are (which, according to the theory, secretly flatters women by tapping their desire to tame the male animal).Then came Steve Harvey's "Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man," which funneled "The Rules" and "The Game" into one book by explaining to women all the ways that men are trying to outthink them. "Think Like a Man," an amorous ensemble comedy based on Harvey's 2009 best-seller, follows a dozen mostly African-American men and women as they attempt to navigate the brave new world of love by the book.
Choi then using his position as a superior and any other method he can think of tries to get Choi to go out with him and eventually he succeeds.Really gave the sense of being a third party observer while Kang and Choi’s relationship unfolded.Rules of Dating is a thought provoking film that may not sit well with easily offended people, but for others they will find that the film is an absolutely compelling movie.The Woman Who Is Her Own Man.'' For a while, the cookie-cutter behavioral tics are funny in an overly broad way, even if the dialogue is basically stand-up patter turned into glib, fast conversation. I especially liked Romany Malco as the velvet-smooth player Zeke; Meagan Good as the spiky Mya, who finds it hard to stick to her dating-war codes; and Kevin Hart as the hilariously raging Cedric, who can't stop jabbering about the divorce he only thinks he wants.Yet "Think Like a Man" is so busy tracking courtship as if it were a science project that the bite-size love stories lack spontaneity.