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Barbershop Special Edition
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  • Rated: PG-13
  • Genre: Comedy, Drama
  • Year: 2004
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Barbershop
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  • Rated: PG-13
  • Genre: Comedy, Drama
  • Year: 2016
Audio
English Dolby Digital 5.1, Spanish Dolby Surround
Subtitles:
English SDH, Spanish, French

Synopsis

From the producers of Soul Food comes this "warm, generous" (The New York Times) taleabout a Chicago barbershop where razor-sharp comedy never goes out of style! Starring Ice Cube, Anthony Anderson, Sean Patrick Thomas, Eve and Cedric the Entertainer, Barbershop is both a "sweet, life-affirming movie" (N.Y. Daily News) and outrageous, bust-a-gut fun!Calvin (Ice Cube) is a would-be entrepreneur with big plans and running his family's barbershop isn't one of them. But when he impulsively sells the shop to a shady loan shark, he soon realizes just how important the neighborhood parlor is to him and just how far he'll go to get it back!

Cast & Crew

Ice Cube ... Calvin Palmer
Cedric the Entertainer ... Eddie
Sean Patrick Thomas ... Jimmy James
Eve ... Terri Jones
Troy Garity ... Isaac Rosenberg
Michael Ealy ... Ricky Nash
Leonard Earl Howze ... Dinka

Reviews

Todd McCarthy Variety | March 27, 2009

Provides enough solid, character-based amusement to put customers in the chairs and send them out content with services rendered.

Richard Roeper Ebert & Roeper | February 13, 2004

[A]s funny as the original.

Michael O'Sullivan Washington Post | February 06, 2004

Heartstrings will be tugged and ribs tickled, particularly thanks to Cedric the Entertainer.

Desson Thomson Washington Post | February 06, 2004

It's a warm, often funny reunion of the sassiest, chattiest characters ever to buzz a brother's head.

Claudia Puig USA Today | February 06, 2004

Just as sharply funny and as heartwarming, yet unsentimental, as the first.

Peter Howell Toronto Star | February 06, 2004

The connection between the still-potent issues of the civil rights movement and the rich vs. poor economic disparities that continue today -- although 'The Man' could now be either black or white -- gives Barbershop genuine potency.

Carla Meyer San Francisco Chronicle | February 06, 2004

Warmhearted and surprisingly ambitious.

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