A comedy centered around four couples who settle into a tropical-island resort for a vacation. While one of the couples is there to work on the marriage, the others fail to realize that participation in the resort's therapy sessions is not optional.
A high school slacker who's rejected by every school he applies to opts to create his own institution of higher learning, the South Harmon Institute of Technology, on a rundown piece of property near his hometown.
Was originally suppose to be a third part to the popular barbershop series but formed it's own title soon after. See more »
When Terry comes in after the shop is re-opened she comes in with her hair on her shoulder and when she starts talking to Gina it is behind her. In the next shot it is back on her shoulder. See more »
[talking to Gina about about her daughter Darnelle]
I swear, it's more trouble havin' her than makin' her. See your father-in-law had a crooked one. I had to walk around the corner just to get on it.
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This movie is a spin-off sequel to Barberer Shop 2: Back in Business. Gina is a hairstylist who opens up a beauty shop full of employees and customers more interested in speaking their minds than getting a cut.
Latifah does it again! Her charm lights up the screen. Gina's business starts off bad. Her own shop just looks bad. Luckily, her friends help her clean up the place and that's where she hires employees. She gets one of her white friends in the other shop to help her work there. Some of her black friends comes to help.
This is one of those comedies that doesn't uses f-words. The acting from Latifah, Woodard, Silverstone, and Bacon are great. Actually, I've never seen Bacon act like that in his entire film career. It's funny to see that. Bacon's character then gets jealous because Gina is doing much better than he has expected. The jokes are funny in this film.
If you just want to see a feel-good film, here it is!
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