Barbershop: The Next Cut – Box Office Review

The third film in the franchise returns to the question which asks us to evaluate how important is a neighborhood hangout for the community. Can a group of people committed to an idea really make a difference for the people they care most about? The dialogue between characters is honest and the movie doesn’t ask much from its audience. So let’s dive in a take a look at “Barbershop: The Next Cut” in this box office review…

First, the characters continue to entertain us as we join the journey they take in the neighborhood and the barbershop. Each character is fairly one dimensional which would normally be a negative. However, in this story the one dimensional aspect actually works in favor of the story because it felt like each one had a specific role to play in the overall film.

The movie is straight forward and very paint by numbers. You don’t have to think much about the story because it’s predictable. That being said, the dialogue between characters will make you think. The conversations between the different individuals is thought provoking. It’s simple language but honest in how real people feel in real situations which again works well for this movie.

I’m not entirely certain this film is a theater must see but if you do decide to see this on the big screen you’d probably enjoy it just as much at matinee prices. It’s a touching film that exposes some heartfelt moments and explores the relationships between family, friends and even enemies. It even shows what can be achieved when you have the strength of spirit and heart to boldly take a chance and trust that your passion is shared by those around you.

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