brandon P (de)
Hair show is just more funny, has more of an edge. I would recommend this over "Beauty Shop". Funny, charming, and all around entertaining. She shines in this flick as peaches a chick running for the IRS, and reunites with her long estranged sister. I do think she has more range as an actress than she is given credit for, but she as basically herself, is too damn funny for much else. Monique is always an obnoxious chick in any role. This movie was much better then beauty shop, the dialogue was better,and the plot was more exciting than beatuy shop
Brian S (us)
his movie is a triple threat!. The dialogue is hilarious, costumes are awesome, and the sets constructed to ridiculous perfection
Carl P (jp)
There are also some sentimental moments in the film, such as why the band broke up in the first place, the relationship between two of the singers, and one of their wives, and also trying to start again. The songs have nonsensical lyrics, and at the same time hilarious, as are the music videos. This is a very funny film - with lots of satire about the music industry, and manufactured pop bands, with lots of none-to-subtle references to a lot of bands from New Kids On The Block to Milli Vanilli! At times it also invokes images of "This Is Spinal Tap". They become a raging success again, and embark on a world tour. The band decides to then write and perform new songs for their "mature" age group (uch as "Picking the kids up from school") which is an untapped market. Initially this fails, as the younger generation sees the band as somewhat of a joke. Several years after their hey day, one of their members, Bobby G (Played by Kath & Kim's Glenn Robbins) decides to reform the band to recapture their past glory. An Australian film, based around the fictional 80's boy band "Boy Town"
Keith H (de)
. . "honey its not what it looks like". . . . One of the best lines a man could give when hes on top of pamela anderson with his shirt off and pants open and his girl finds him macking wif her
Prodigy W (mx)
Excellent but after learning Kaurismaki is the director, it comes as no surprise
Roxanne C (kr)
Good effects with the kangaroos wow, Lots of blood and gore !
Ruth L (es)
ee it if you can. This was a beautiful movie; loved the folksy songs
Tamsin G (au)
work of genius. one of the best and most disturbing musicals ever
Tengku Z (us)
A little too desperate?
TTT C (mx)
Well-written and directed. (****): Thumbs Up Smart and darkly funny