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Jennifer Frey
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March 30, 2005

Latifah is, well, Latifah playing herself -- funny, brash, smart, likable and not willing to take any garbage from anyone.
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Nell Minow
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September 30, 2010

So-so movie with great cast pushes PG-13 limits.
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Michael Dequina
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July 11, 2005

Diverting but overly episodic... never quite hangs together as a feature.
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Kam Williams
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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.
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Cole Smithey
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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."
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Michael Wilmington

March 30, 2005

It's a bouncy, funny picture that I enjoyed -- one that mostly eludes the perils of sequelitis and spinoff-itis, a lusty comedy about the importance of looking good and getting the right scissors in the right hands.
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Richard Roeper

April 04, 2005

I thought this was too much like the pilot for a sitcom.
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David Noh
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March 01, 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.
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Ernest Hardy

March 31, 2005

Its lackluster efforts to be raunchily topical about issues of race, class and sexuality leave its talented cast stranded without a paddle.
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David Cornelius
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August 20, 2005

It's meant to be a gender switch on its predecessor, but it's actually just a pale comparison.
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Joe Leydon
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March 30, 2005

Feel-good entertainment that is no less enjoyable for being somewhat predictable.
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J. R. Jones
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April 12, 2010

As in the other two movies, the plot is a thin cardboard box carrying an assortment of observational doughnuts.
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