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Plot: As their surrounding community has taken a turn for the worse, the crew at Calvin's Barbershop come together to bring some much needed change to their neighborhood. Runtime: 112 mins Release Date: 15 Apr 2016
A Fantastic Comedy Movie With Amazing Black People. (by anopenmindedlady)
Barbershop: The Next Cut is a 2016 American comedy film directed by Malcolm D. Lee. It is the fourth film in the Barbershop film series and stars an ensemble cast, including Ice Cube, Cedric the Entertainer, Regina Hall and Anthony Anderson. Calvin, Eddie and the rest of the gang must work together to save their shop and their neighborhood from trigger-happy gang members that roam the streets.Critics wrote positive comments about this fantastic comedy.Barbershop: The Next Cut Is heartfelt, thought-provoking, and above all funny. Absolutely recommended for teens and adults and to anyone sad <more>
and exhausted.I guarantee you this fantastic comedy with amazing Black people will cheer you from start to finish.
A very funny movie with cute Black women. (by LesbianToLesbians)
It has been more than 10 years since our last appointment at Calvin's Barbershop. Calvin Ice Cube and his longtime crew, including Eddie Cedric the Entertainer , are still there, but the shop has undergone some major changes. Most noticeably, our once male-dominated sanctuary is now co-ed. The ladies bring their own flavor, drama and gossip to the shop challenging the fellas at every turn. Despite the good times and camaraderie within the shop, the surrounding community has taken a turn for the worse, forcing Calvin and our crew to come together to not only save the shop, but their <more>
neighborhood. I loved this hilarious movie and the Black women were so cute and smart. This excellent film has an impressive political satire theme of reformation and not just satire in itself.
Out of all the barbershop movies that have came out I would say that this one is my favorite ones out of all the barbershop. They did a lot of great things with this movie it was very funny but at the same time it was a lot going on with all the crime that has been going on. One part in the movie that was sad was when one boy was just walking down the street and someone shot and killed him right on the corner of his street. In this movie they had a lot of great actors that made the movie more interesting to watch. It also teaches the young children that life is not a game and you should stay <more>
out of the streets. Its never OK for young children to go out and sell drugs. Young children should stick to getting an education instead of trying to fit with the cool kids its OK to be different. I like how in the movie that change the barbershop around. Before when you went to the barbershop only men could go in and get their hair cut and when I went too see the barbershop: The Next Cut men and women could go in and get their hair done.
I actually love this movie. It was good, it was funny, it was interesting! There wasn't a boring part. It had a good life lesson learner for kids. I enjoy the cast of the movie. Everyone did awesome with their acting. I highly recommend this movie for anyone who's looking to see it and was wondering how it was and I'm not the type of person to go see movies like this! . Great family movie with old school and modern day jokes that's good for all ages. I'd love for it to be an everyday TV show that's how much I loved it ! So many personalities and situations going on <more>
all at once just comes you engaged into it. Go see it!
I'd give this movie a good 9 out of 10 this was a very good one they did a lot of grea things with this movie it was very very funny but at the same time a lot was going on at this time and had a lot of great actors in this movie that did awesome made the movie even better than it was suppose to be if I had a chance I would definitely go see this movie another time it's worth the 11:50 and popcorn. They was very creative it follows in the plot of the last couple of barbershops made i would say this is the best one made Ice cube really did his best in this movie he really was into his <more>
character he played a good role the whole setting with the whole crime in Chicago thing and going it to the balaclava history type thing and saying how bad it is in these streets and what these cops are doing to these kids out here
Twelve years have elapsed since we last saw Ice Cube, Cedric the Entertainer, their colleagues and their customers cutting up in the ensemble "Barbershop" film franchise. If you remember all those years ago, Calvin Palmer, Jr., Ice Cube of "Friday" committed a terrible mistake when he sold his late father's venerable barber shop in the original "Barbershop" 2002 to scheming loan shark Lester Wallace. After he realized the barbershop's legacy as a landmark in the south side Chicago community, Calvin changed his mind about his harebrained, <more>
get-rich-quick schemes and struggled desperately to get the barbershop back from Lester. Lester Keith David wanted to turn the place into a strip club. Happily, Calvin thwarted Lester. In "Barbershop 2: Back in Business" 2004 , Calvin and his crew cautioned their elected Chicago municipal leaders about the dire effects that gentrification would cause if outside interests were allowed to renovate the south side neighborhood. Now, the long, overdue, second "Barbershop" sequel in the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer franchise focuses on issues more relevant than those dealt with in its predecessors. This time, however, Calvin and his crew aren't tangling with either a gluttonous loan shark or a greedy politician. Instead, they have to confront trigger-happy gangs and the tragic violence that these pistol-packing hooligans perpetrate. Ultimately, "Best Man" director Malcolm D. Lee's "Barbershop: The Next Cut" surpasses its entertaining predecessors and displays greater concern for real-life issues rather than merely 'good times' comedy for the sake of 'good times' comedy.Naturally, the passage of twelve years has wrought changes not only in the cast, but also in the basic premise of the "Barbershop" franchise. Of course, Ice Cube, Cedric the Entertainer, Eve Jeffers, Sean Patrick Thomas, Jazsmin Lewis, and Troy Garity are back. Unfortunately, Troy appears briefly as his Jewish character Isaac Rosenberg, who clipped hair in the first two "Barbershop" epics after Calvin's African-American colleagues and customers accepted him. Basically, Calvin cuts Isaac's hair and then Isaac exits the action. Meantime, Sean Patrick Thomas as Jimmy Jones spends more time off screen than on screen since he has taken a position at City Hall. Comedian Anthony Anderson, who stole an ATM machine in the original "Barbershop," has reformed and runs a catering company. Michael Ealy as Ricky Nash, Leonard Earl Howze as Dinka, and DeRay Davis as the Hustle Guy have departed and been replaced. Calvin's son Jalen Michael Rainey Jr. has grown up and attends high school. Meanwhile, Eve has married Rashad Common of "Run All Night" , and they have had a son who attends school with Jalen. Calvin and Rashad are tight friends.Although the first two "Barbershop" movies were testosterone laden tales, with female barber Terri Eve Jeffers of "Blade II" injecting estrogen into the mix, "Barbershop 3" has altered its formula. Instead, director Malcolm D. Lee shows the male barbers sharing half of the building with female hair stylists. In the Kenya Burris & Traci Oliver screenplay, Angie Regina Hall of "Scary Movie" is now Calvin's business partner, and she has her own employees. One of them is none other than Draya music sensation Nicki Minaj of "The Other Woman" who wants to seduce Rashad. The rivalry between Eve and Draya over Rashad provides some of the film's funnier moments, and the steam culminates in screams as Eve catches them in the barber shop back room. A lesser subplot finds Jerrod Lamorne Morris of "Black Rapunzel" , one of Calvin's new barbers unjustly accused of being gay, setting out to seduce Bree Margot Bingham of "Burning Blue" , a frustrated hair stylist who cannot find a faithful man.The conflict erupts when Calvin catches Rashad's son Kenny newcomer Diallo Thompson swiping candy bars, and Rashad backs up Calvin. Earlier, the two kids had pled with their fathers to ante up twenty dollars each for them. Calvin turned Jalen down. Afterward, as Jalen and Kenny were walking to school, a rival, outside-of-the-neighborhood gang confronts them on the sidewalk. Before any bloodshed can occur, the local gang scares off the other gang, and then they slip both guys a twenty dollar bill. In school, Jalen gets into a fight. The school counselor advises Calvin and his wife Jennifer Jazsmin Lewis of "Grandma's House" about the incident. Jennifer discovers a gang bandana in Jalen's dresser. This sparks a generational gap clash between Calvin and Jalin. Calvin objects to Jalen's thuggish dreadlocks. Worse, Calvin believes Rashad's son Kenny has led Jalen astray with the gang bangers. Ironically, Jalen led Kenny astray. The night the two guys are to be initiated into the gang, Kenny refuses to accompany Jalen. Similarly, Draya schedules a hair appointment with one gang banger while another gang banger is in the shop getting his hair cut. Everybody scrambles to keep these two thugs from swapping lead with each other on the premises. Draya admits that she made a thoughtless mistake when she rescheduled the rival gang banger. This incident propels the grand finale, and Calvin and his crew decide to defuse the tension. The solution to gang violence that Calvin and company offers isn't 100 percent successful.When he isn't staging high school scuffles and back room shuffles, Lee uses the energetic camaraderie of his ensemble cast and their spicy chatter to amuse us. Still looking like Civil Rights activist Frederick Douglas, scene-stealer Cedric the Entertainer spouts some of the best, sidesplitting lines in this clever PG-13 rated comedy. He doesn't deliver lines as controversial as his Rosa Parks rant in the original "Barbershop," but he keeps things lively. One of the more amusing scenes has President Obama Reggie Brown of "The Obama Effect" visiting the barber shop and sitting in Cedric's barber chair for a trim. This humorous scene won't make sense unless you've seen the original "Barbershop" where Cedric has a photo of Walter Payton getting a haircut from him. Like Obama, we cannot see each man's face to verify their identity. Altogether, "Barbershop: The Next Cut" provides the right blend of comedy and drama.
Calvin and crew are back for more fun (by monstermayhem32)
In the third chapter of the popular barbershop serious, brings about some changes in Calvin barbershop 12 years after the second film. The once male dominated barbershop is now co Ed with the ladies due to the recession that hit Chicago forcing Calvin to merge his business with Angie in order to stay afloat. Other changes is how south Chicago has become crime ridden with gangs patrolling the streets making the neighborhood more unsafe. Calvin is also dealing with raising his son jalen who is faced with the dangerous temptations of joining the gang life. While most of the gang return except <more>
for Ricky, Dinka, checkers Fred, Dante, and the detective but it is good to see the crew back together.
Funny, Heartwarming, and Refreshing (by tjgoalie13)
When Barbershop came out in 2002, I felt it was a great comedy, because it was hilarious, and it had a great message, so naturally a belated sequel excited me. The cast from the old film is gone, except for Ice Cube and Cedric the Entertainer, who are back. Barbershop: The Next Cut is funny, contains a heartwarming message, and features a lot more depth than many would expect from a comedy. It should be noted now, I do feel that the original Barbershop was a better all around film.Barbershop: The Next Cut as a comedy alone, isn't hilarious but is quite funny, and will have a few good <more>
moments of laughter, but nothing truly hilarious. From the comedy perspective, one character helps keep these films funny, and that's Cedric the Entertainer. Unfortunately, I watched the film comparing it to the original, and the original was clearly funnier, as the focus in "The Next Cut" was not on the comedy as much. The only problem with that is that in Barbershop the film was so funny, that when it switched to being serious, those moments resonated with the audience, where in this film they don't resonate as much.The film does try to be serious quite often, which isn't a surprise, and in fact is one of the best elements of the film. However you take the message, it's a good message, and putting a message that we can all agree upon in a comedy makes it even better. The film does a really great job reflecting on the community structure of today, ironically though the message, while directed at poverty stricken places, isn't limited exclusively to one of place or group of people, we all can learn from this movie. As happened with Barbershop in 2002, "The Next Cut" has an unexpected amount of emotional depth. It's refreshing in the climate of modern comedies, where many of them are mechanical, that a comedy can show so much depth. The Next Cut, much like it's predecessor is able to be both funny and serious, making the moments when it is serious even more powerful. It's also nice to see a group with so much chemistry that they feel and look like a real community, so when they fight it feels real.In the end Barbershop: The Next Cut is a really good comedy film, that does exactly what comedy should do, makes you laugh and teaches you life lessons along the way. The film is both funny, and emotional, which is really refreshing when some comedies are neither. The only thing for those who love the original Barbershop is that "The Next Cut", in my opinion, is not quite as good, but is extremely close. For anybody that wants a good relaxing time at the theater, this movie is a perfect choice.
Hanging out in the Cube's Barbershop (by KATO-SUBZERO)
Friday 13 May 2016: Last night, I saw this movie and to my surprise, I liked it a lot. The movie has good chemistry between Oshea Jackson known to the film world as rapper/actor, Ice Cube and the rest of the cast.There are a lot of good African American talent in this film with Common, Regina Hall and the rest. The prettiest women in the cast are Margot Bingham and Jazmin Lewis-Kelley. But the cutest and always the most sexy is "Eve" Jeffers. Eve is naturally sexy, her look, her eyes, her lips. Eve has it all. The rest of the cast are good and well worth the price of admission.I <more>
like the fact that there was Not a lot of profanity and it has a good message about keeping kids out of gangs. It shows a positive role model with both strong black parents in the home.The only negative that I did Not like is the use of the "N" and "B" word in the film and for that reason, I will Not give it a ten "10". I do not like the use of the "N" word or the use of the "B" word for women in films. I give this film a thumb up and an 8 on the scale.