Hair Show (2004)
|Rating:||PG-13 (for sexual content including dialogue.)|
|Directed By:||Leslie Small|
|Written By:||Leslie Small, Andrea Wiley, Devon Watkins, Devon Gregory, Sherri A. McGee|
|In Theaters:||Oct 15, 2004 Wide|
|On DVD:||May 10, 2005|
as Jun Ni
as Agent Little
as Agent Scott
as Lime Pimp
as Seymour Gold
as Agent Ross
as Police Officer #1
as Mother #2
as Jan (Secretary)
as Stephanie Cole
as Rasta M.C.
as Gold-teeth Girl
as Dark Gable
as Woman Driver
as Comic #1
as Comic #2
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Critic Reviews for Hair Show
The story here, by Andrea Wiley, Sherri A. McGee and Devon Gregory, is slapped together with such poorly drawn stereotypes and lapses in logic as to provoke not shaking bellies but shaking heads.
An anemic sitcomsitcom pilot dragged out to an excruciating 108-minute running time.
The plot is slender but serviceable, and under Leslie Small's attentive direction, not only do Mo'Nique and Smith excel, but those playing salon staffers -- Taraji Henson, Keiko Agena, Cee Cee Michaela et al -- also make lively impressions.
A predictable urban comedy set mostly in a chichi Beverly Hills beauty salon, Hair Show is a female-oriented Barber Shop -- minus the steady humor and pointed social commentary.
The story is so slight, a low-wattage hair dryer could blow it away.
Audience Reviews for Hair Show
Peaches (Mo'Nique), an award-winning hair stylist from Baltimore, and her estranged sister Angela (Smith) get reacquainted when Peaches visits her sister in Beverly Hills. But the reunion may be bittersweet when Angela finds out Peaches in on the run from the IRS.
This movie could've been better. I just didn't really get the whole thing of a man-whore in a hair salon, but whatever.
i saw this on bet. its a pretty good movie. and its sorta strange, too... idk why.. its just like ur typical movie. not interesting, not boring.
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