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Barbershop The Next Cut

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Calvin's Barbershop crew try to merge and be of a good example to their derailing community.
Actors: Brad Sanders ,
Brad Sanders
Brad Sanders
Lamorne Morris ,
Lamorne Morris
Lamorne Morris
Anthony Dalton ,
Anthony Dalton
Anthony Dalton 1 July 1980, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
Tyga ,
Tyga
Tyga 19 November 1989, Compton, California, USA
Cedric the Entertainer ,
Cedric the Entertainer
Cedric the Entertainer 24 April 1964, Jefferson City, Missouri, USA
Felicia ODell ,
Felicia ODell
Felicia ODell 7 May 1957, Louisiana, USA
Michael Rainey Jr. ,
Michael Rainey Jr.
Michael Rainey Jr.
Charles Black ,
Charles Black
Charles Black
Deon Cole ,
Deon Cole
Deon Cole
Renell Gibbs ,
Renell Gibbs
Renell Gibbs
Timon Kyle Durrett ,
Timon Kyle Durrett
Timon Kyle Durrett
...»
Genre: Comedy
Director: Malcolm D. Lee
Malcolm D. Lee
Malcolm D. Lee 11 January 1970, USA
Country: United States
Release: 2016
IMDb: 5.9
Quality:
Duration: 112 min
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Pajiba
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September 21, 2016

It's like a PG-13, dad version of Chi-Raq. The message, if a little preachy and a little schmaltzy, is also worthy and well-meant.
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Tribune News Service
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April 18, 2016

Leaving aside the humorous cultural escapism of the early aughts, The Next Cut faces the racial and political issues of 2016 head on.
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Total Film
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August 15, 2016

The barbs are scissor-sharp, making this a threequel that delivers what you want while throwing in some surprises.
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Globe and Mail
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April 15, 2016

Next time? Just a little off the top please, and leave the socio-political commentary to others.
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Times (UK)
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October 10, 2016

This one, thankfully, boasts some welcome new cast members (including the rapper Common and Nicki Minaj), a new director in Malcolm D Lee (the cousin of Spike), and a fearless approach to difficult subjects.
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Laramie Movie Scope
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February 08, 2017

I did not laugh much, but it is effective on an emotional level, as a portrait of a people trying to cope with gang violence that is spinning out of control in their community.
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Chicago Reader
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April 21, 2016

The fourth entry in the Barbershop franchise delivers keen social commentary, bringing back many of the key players from the 2002 and 2004 installments.
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Time Out
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April 15, 2016

It's refreshing to encounter a sequel that leans deeper into sociopolitical realities, not further away.
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
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November 14, 2016

For the most part, Lee and company still manage to coax solid laughs and to give the grim facts the gravity they deserve.
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TIME Magazine
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April 18, 2016

This Barbershop is simply a place where we can all laugh together, sometimes at ideas that veer close to being explosive.
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Lyles' Movie Files
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January 20, 2017

A more mature installment that seeks to challenge audiences as often as it cracks them up, Next Cut marks a charming and enjoyable evolution of the series.
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Rolling Stone
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April 15, 2016

It's stagey, often simplistic and it talks too damn much. But, hell, the talk has flavor and snap and a real-world sense of a community in crisis. Not bad for an escapist romp.
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