Barbershops Uncut: East Coast Release Date: 2004 Genre: Comedy Director: Dabo Che Starring: Sway, Isaac Hayes Okay, I’ll admit right off the bat that I might not be the right person for this movie. After all, not only do I live in white suburbia, but my life’s barbershop visits have been limited not to those […]

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Barbershops Uncut: East Coast
Release Date: 2004
Genre: Comedy
Director: Dabo Che
Starring: Sway, Isaac Hayes

Okay, I’ll admit right off the bat that I might not be the right person for this movie.

After all, not only do I live in white suburbia, but my life’s barbershop visits have been limited not to those in urban areas, but childhood ones filled with men who, more likely than not, were bigots.

So maybe that’s why I struggled to get through this fifty-minute, independent, cash-in documentary from another one of Maverick Entertainment’s never-ending slew of subsidiaries, Film Life Home Video.

Barbershops Uncut: East Coast is an extremely boring documentary distributed only because of the success of Barbershop and its subsequent sequel. There’s no other reason for it. It’s just an irritating ride through a few barbershops in cities like New York and Baltimore that sees the same old material present in the Hollywood equivalent, including Kobe jokes, rehashed by real people. I must also note that quite a few of these real people fail to grasp the concept of past and present tenses.
Stay away unless you have a deep love for seeing MTV’s Sway, who readily admits to not having had a real haircut in ten years, talk about the emotions involved in a barbershop.

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