The idea of racial terror as an evil force is a sophisticated idea, but the familiar, rubber-stamp slasher tropes are not.
A funny, fresh satire about the disgraced pastor of a megachurch and his long-suffering wife.
Here is a strong, far-reaching tale of black female empowerment and dignity, a reminder that love is bigger than hate.
It’s always a pleasure when a film portrays its female characters with a warmth and realism that makes you long to hang out with them if they existed in the real world.
LOUISA: MATT: LOUISA SAYS: If you’ve seen other ‘girls gone nuts’ movies like “Fatal Attraction,” “Single White Female,” and “The Hand That Rocks the Cradle,”
LOUISA: MATT: LOUISA SAYS: If anything, “Barbershop: The Next Cut” is full of surprises. I went in expecting a fun comedy but instead got