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The Barber (2014)

R | | Thriller | 27 March 2015 (USA)
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A barber comes into contact with two men fixated on what triggers evil. A father, whose life is destroyed in pursuit of a killer, and a son who is trying to stifle his father's obsession.

Director:

Basel Owies

Writer:

Max Enscoe (screenplay)

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Scott Glenn ... Eugene Van Wingerdt / Francis Allen Visser
Chris Coy ... John McCormack
Stephen Tobolowsky ... Chief Gary Hardaway
Kristen Hager ... Audrey Bennet
Max Arciniega ... Luis
Olivia Taylor Dudley ... Kelli (as Olivia Dudley)
Tim DeZarn ... Capt. Phil Baroni (as Tim De Zarn)
Richard Steinmetz ... Businessman
Valorie Hubbard ... Grace
Lydia Hearst ... Melissa
Justine Acciani ... Judy Lynn
Lexi Sakowitz Lexi Sakowitz ... Debbie Ann Skokie
Shelly West ... Susie
Tabitha Ellis Tabitha Ellis ... Girl in Coffin
Thomas Calabro ... Thomas McCormack
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The Barber, examines two men fixated on what triggers the enormity of evil: a father whose life is destroyed in pursuit of a killer, a son caught in a deadly charade as he tries to unravel his father's obsession. Written by Anonymous

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A man's appearance is everything.

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Thriller

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Rated R for violence, language and some sexual material | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 March 2015 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Trigger See more »

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Color
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When Eugene checks in the bathtub and sees Kelli her right hand is against the wall by her head. When he looks in the bathroom a second time it is hanging over the side of the tub. See more »

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Eugene Van Wingerdt: A man's appearance should always show self-respect. Never self-importance.
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Written and Performed By Dan Dubelman and Vickie Bottelson
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1 November 2017 | by screechy_jimSee all my reviews

Reviewing a film in 2017 for a movie released 2014 is something I rarely do so I'll make this quick. The listed IMDb review status is 5.9 at the time of writing and this is a pretty accurate score in my opinion.

Its a good film, the acting direction cast screen play is all great and its an enjoyable watch. The plot is good and there are good developments as the movie progresses, but unfortunately some lazy writing really spoils what could have been an 8/10 score. By this I mean there are simply too many occasions where the plot is advanced through implausible and unbelievable situations. You tend to see this more in Movies written by second rate screen writers who don't quite have the ability to flesh out a plot properly, or in cases where deadlines or costs are tight, and unfortunate measures have to be employed to bring things into line. This can work in some cases, but not when the progression of the plot is essential to the essence of the movie as it is here.

All in all, it's still not a bad film, but I think the rating is a realistic one.


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