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Barbershop 2: Back in BusinessCalvin Palmer tries to keep his barbershop alive in order to pass it on to his own son one day. However, it is threatened by a hair salon franchise called Nappy Cuts opening right across the street.Keywords:
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Directors of "Barbershop 2: Back in Business"Kevin Rodney SullivanBirthdate: 3 August 1958, USA
Creators of "Barbershop 2: Back in Business"Mark BrownDon D. Scott
Critic Reviews of "Barbershop 2: Back in Business"VarietyMarch 27, 2009
Provides enough solid, character-based amusement to put customers in the chairs and send them out content with services rendered.Time OutJanuary 26, 2006
Inane banter soon takes over and is not helped by an unlikely, flashback-heavy subplot about Eddie (Cedric the Entertainer) and a lost love.Boston GlobeFebruary 14, 2004
This sequel is overstaffed with a cast that's underserved by Don D. Scott's schematic script and Kevin Rodney Sullivan's crude direction.Ebert & RoeperFebruary 13, 2004
[A]s funny as the original.Salon.comFebruary 07, 2004
Like going out for a bad meal with a group of people you love being with. You're happy to be in their company; you just wish you didn't leave feeling hungry.Washington PostFebruary 06, 2004
Heartstrings will be tugged and ribs tickled, particularly thanks to Cedric the Entertainer.Common Sense MediaSeptember 30, 2010
Great message delivered in an edgy hip-hop movie.Cinema CrazedApril 29, 2009
Manages to throw away everything that made the first film so good.Urban CinefileOctober 18, 2008
It's the kind of set-piece ensemble that has proven immensely successful as a sitcom formula but tends to struggle to meet the demands of a movie.Princeton Town TopicsApril 25, 2007
Schoolyard jokes about religious faiths, genetic traits, and sexuality which only work if you enjoy laughing at people because they are darker-skinned, or curlier-haired, or perverted, or have emigrated from another continent.Fat Guys at the MoviesDecember 06, 2005
It ain't high art, but it is a fun flick.tonymedley.comOctober 07, 2004
Barbershop 2 is a weak, too rarely humorous, too long bore.
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