Peaches, a hair stylist from Baltimore, and her estranged sister, Angela, the owner of an upscale salon in Beverly Hills, get reacquainted when Peaches decides to attend a celebration for Angela in LA. The reunion is bittersweet and worsens when Angela finds out that Peaches is on the run from the IRS and has only a few days to pay $50,000 in back taxes. After some hilarious moments and passionate exchanges, the two sisters join forces to fight off a pesky rival salon owner Marcella and save Peaches from her troubles by competing for a lucrative cash prize and bragging rights at the city's annual hair show. BEAUTY SHOP proves that blood and family run thicker than water.
Writer:Andrea Allen-Wiley, Sherri A. McGee, Devon Greggory
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Rob R (br) wrote: What is scary is that this was released to be scary.
Ericka C (ag) wrote: It is a very good film, but it is NOT HORROR as it is promoted. It is a drama-suspense film. Cloris is magnificent in her role as a granny. It is a bit slow but worth to watch.
Jesse O (ru) wrote: Part of me wants to say that this is pretty much like every other light and fluffy South Korean comedy I've ever seen. It certainly adheres to a specific formula and that formula works for the audience that this movie is intended for. With that said, and I have no idea why, but I thought that this was a little better than this type of film usually ends up being. At this point in the review, I have given the film three stars, but I may end up downgrading it as I get further into this. For a South Korean comedy, there's a surprising lack of melodrama, which is for the best honestly. I mean they throw in a completely unexpected kidnapping plot to give the proceedings a little more drama, but I never thought that it fell to the hysterics that I've come to expect from these types of films. Even with the tease of a kidnapping subplot. The story, like I said, plays out pretty much exactly how you would expect. At first, Nam's bachelorhood is inconvenienced by this revelation that he actually fathered a daughter and this daughter had a little son of her own. Again, I know I'm saying this a lot but it bears repeating, but it plays out almost exactly like you would expect. The second part of the film is when we see Nam connecting with his daughter and grandson, while still denying their existence, actually saying that they're his niece and nephew. There's the requisite heavy drama where Nam pushes his daughter away for X or Y reason, they make up and later he's put in a situation where he has to either choose his career or his family. Fairly basic stuff, honestly, but I thought the story was kinda cute. It's not that it's great or actually delves too deeply into these characters, but it worked for what they were going for. I thought the stuff with Nam and his grandson worked best, though the stuff with his daughter is also fairly solid. It works because there's a real chemistry between the leads, who are all likable. They're part of why the movie works better than this would normally play out. Like I mentioned earlier, though, the tease of a kidnapping plot is completely out of left field and it does lead to some of the more dramatic moments of the film, but it's never manipulative or melodramatically terrible. I honestly don't have much to say about this movie, it's a perfectly solid film. I may be over-rating this movie, but I thought it was a perfectly enjoyable film that will appeal to a casual crowd.
Michael T (ca) wrote: This original musical comedy tries hard to be whimsical, but never quite succeeds.
esta k (fr) wrote: What was this??!Just nothing.Really really bad!
J Chrissy R (us) wrote: Awful! The song was only mildly amusing to start with!
Ed F (kr) wrote: Delightfully twee, great brass music and Postlethwaite is superb. The film tries to be too many things at once, and it wraps up all too easily, but a fun ride nonetheless.
Carlos M (ca) wrote: A rather silly yet mildly enjoyable comedy that belongs in the '80s with its cheesy, dated jokes and inane sense of humor (as when someone calls another a homo as a slur), and today it won't be seen as more than an ordinary pastime that can still offer a few laughs.
Yertle t (jp) wrote: The 1934 version was far better.
Maximiliano D (us) wrote: Awesome movie, there was one of the most epic scenes I've ever seen. When it occurs, yo just react like this: "Oh shit!!!!"
James Eugene H (nl) wrote: It's practically my testimony...
Matthew H (ag) wrote: Newsies is a hit Broadway musical with very good production value. The movie, however, scores a bit lower. The cinematography is a bit iffy, and the casting is questionable. But, still an okay movie.