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    A day in the life of a South Side Chicago barbershop.
    Duration: 102 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2002
    IMDb: 6.3
    (3) Voted
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    themasterbaiters69 #1 Movies Online user
    Nothing even happens on in this movie. ItÔÇÖs not worth it.
    2019-09-07 11:09

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  • Actors of "Barbershop"

  • Characters of "Barbershop"

    Calvin Palmer. Character of Barbershop
    Played by: Ice Cube
    J.D.. Character of Barbershop
    Eddie. Character of Barbershop
    Jimmy James. Character of Barbershop
    Terri Jones. Character of Barbershop
    Played by: Eve
    Isaac Rosenberg. Character of Barbershop
    Played by: Troy Garity
    Ricky Nash. Character of Barbershop
    Played by: Michael Ealy
    Dinka. Character of Barbershop
    Lester Wallace. Character of Barbershop
    Played by: Keith David
    Jennifer Palmer. Character of Barbershop
    Played by: Jazsmin Lewis
    Billy. Character of Barbershop
    Detective Williams. Character of Barbershop
    Played by: Tom Wright
    Hustle Guy. Character of Barbershop
    Played by: DeRay Davis
    Checkers Fred. Character of Barbershop
    Played by: Carl Wright
    Customer Artis. Character of Barbershop
    Played by: Woody Bolar
    Customer Lloyd. Character of Barbershop
    Played by: Jam
    Customer Rodney. Character of Barbershop
    Played by: Eric Lane
    Customer Sam. Character of Barbershop
    Played by: Norm Van Lier
    Customer Tyrone. Character of Barbershop
    Played by: Ray Thompson
    Jay. Character of Barbershop
    Samir. Character of Barbershop
    Played by: Parvesh Cheena
  • Directors of "Barbershop"

    Tim Story. Director of Barbershop
    Tim Story
    Birthdate: 13 March 1970, Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Creators of "Barbershop"

    Mark Brown. Director of Barbershop
    Mark Brown
  • Critic Reviews of "Barbershop"

    Chicago Reader
    March 23, 2010

    Some of the verbal jousts are hot, and a Laurel and Hardy routine involving a stolen ATM is fitfully hilarious, but this reminds me of a pilot for a cable sitcom.

    Associated Press
    March 18, 2008

    Barbershop is a cozy place to hang out for a while, even if you don't need a little off the sides.

    Time Out
    January 26, 2006

    Perhaps because it promotes traditional values - respect women, crime doesn't pay, family comes first - the film shines in those rare scenes when it plays with received wisdom.

    New York Observer
    October 23, 2002

    The movie's heart is in the right place, which generates enough warmth to make one root for it.

    Ebert & Roeper
    September 16, 2002

    A flat-out hilarious ensemble comedy that probably made me laugh out loud more than any other movie this year.

    Washington Post
    September 13, 2002

    It's a likable venture that just misses being a lovable one.

    Common Sense Media
    September 30, 2010

    Charming urban comedy for teens.

    Cinema Crazed
    April 29, 2009

    A smart, clever, and well-written piece of filmmaking...
    December 28, 2008

    A funny, warm, immensely likable, and all-ages-appealing film centering around the importance of heritage and family.

    Urban Cinefile
    October 18, 2008

    The problem with Barbershop is that it tries too hard to be too many things.

    Big Picture Big Sound
    December 27, 2007

    Rapper-turned-actor Ice Cube ably provides the emotional core in this story of a neighborhood barbershop and its assortment of colorful inhabitants, which is a cut above standard hip-hop cinematic fare.

    Boulder Weekly
    February 13, 2004

    ...has the makings of a long-running franchise, but one that just doesn't cut it as a crossover hit.

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