Beauty Shop Reviews

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November 18, 2019
This lame Queen Latifah vehicle is just a series of scenes that proceeds to parade in one stereotypical character after another.
November 6, 2019
[P]ull up a chair, put your head back and join in the fun and frolic of Beauty Shop. It's guaranteed to shampoo your troubles away.
September 30, 2010
So-so movie with great cast pushes PG-13 limits.
April 12, 2010
As in the other two movies, the plot is a thin cardboard box carrying an assortment of observational doughnuts.
June 19, 2009
Take one part "Barbershop," one part Queen Latifah, sprinkle in a tablespoon of 'you-go-girl' and stir to get the confection of "Beauty Shop."
August 7, 2008
June 20, 2007
This bottom-feeder's sophomoric, locker room approach to black-white, gay-straight, and male-female issues cannot be undone by a saccharine storybook ending.
March 1, 2007
Bille Woodruff directs the comedy with a warm generosity of spirit, which gives all the actors in a delightful ensemble cast their chance to shine.
April 1, 2006
August 20, 2005
It's meant to be a gender switch on its predecessor, but it's actually just a pale comparison.
July 11, 2005
Diverting but overly episodic... never quite hangs together as a feature.
May 16, 2005
April 23, 2005
Queen Latifah proved that she could be watchable in awful movies when she made Taxi, although Beauty Shop never gets close to that particular level of badness.
April 19, 2005
Latifah carries the weight of this film and does an impressive job given a script that's crying out for a total restyle.
April 18, 2005
This is one film that should have been abandoned at the "I'm thinking about writing a new screenplay" phase because it ultimately does no good whatsoever.
April 15, 2005
Has the stink of a bad perm all over it.
April 14, 2005
A very funny story that will make you laugh. Enjoy this new comedy from MGM.
April 13, 2005
Latifah does her best to keep it real, and that's the sad part. What she and her girlfriends do to the English language is pretty darn ugly.
April 9, 2005
It's thin, Kate Lanier and Norman Vance Jr.'s screenplay is virtually nonexistent, and there isn't a single thing that happens I didn't see coming from over a mile away, and yet I still thoroughly enjoyed myself.
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