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Barbershop 2: Back in Business (2004)

Barbershop 2: Back in Business (2004)

Barbershop 2: Back in Business is a comedy film released in 2004. It is a sequel to the successful 2002 film Barbershop and follows the lives of the barbers and clients at Calvin's Barbershop in Chicago. The movie sheds light on the day-to-day struggles of running a barbershop and tackles various social issues within the community.

The cast of Barbershop 2: Back in Business features an ensemble of talented actors and actresses who bring the characters to life. Ice Cube plays the role of Calvin Palmer Jr., the owner of the barbershop who is determined to keep his business successful amidst changing times. Cedric the Entertainer reprises his role as Eddie, the wise-cracking barber with a penchant for storytelling.

The movie features memorable performances from several other cast members, including Sean Patrick Thomas as Jimmy, a talented barber who is considering opening his own shop; Troy Garity as Isaac, a white barber struggling to fit into the predominantly African-American barbershop; and Michael Ealy as Ricky, a barber with big dreams of becoming a music producer.

In Barbershop 2: Back in Business, the barbershop faces a threat from a trendy chain of haircut salons opening nearby called "Nappy Cutz". The arrival of Nappy Cutz puts their longstanding business at risk, leading the barbers to become even more determined to preserve their culture and community within the neighborhood.

While the film's primary focus is on the barbershop, it also explores other storylines involving the individual lives of its characters. For instance, the relationship between Calvin and his wife, played by Jazsmin Lewis, encounters several bumps along the way, testing their commitment to each other. Additionally, Eddie's storytelling comes into play as he opens up about his past, providing a deeper understanding of his character and the community he represents.

Barbershop 2: Back in Business tackles important social issues, such as gentrification and the impact of outside forces on small businesses. The film emphasizes the significance of a community coming together to protect its interests and preserve its cultural identity. With its witty dialogue, poignant storytelling, and lighthearted humor, the movie provides an engaging and entertaining viewing experience.

If you're interested in revisiting the world of Barbershop 2: Back in Business, you can easily find and play the film or its soundtrack through various streaming platforms or DVD rental services. Additionally, you can also find and download the sounds and music from the movie, whether it's the iconic barbershop chatter or the catchy tunes in the soundtrack. By immersing yourself in the sounds and visuals of the film, you can truly appreciate the charm and humor that made Barbershop 2: Back in Business a beloved comedy.

Whether you're a fan of comedy, social commentary, or simply enjoy a well-crafted ensemble film, Barbershop 2: Back in Business offers an enjoyable and thought-provoking experience. So, sit back, relax, and indulge in the laughter and camaraderie of the barbershop, while enjoying the sounds of Chicago in this hilarious and heartwarming sequel.

A $200,000 windfall.
A hustle implies one side wins, the other side loses.
A little nervous.
A long time, long enough to wipe your nasty little butt.
A lot like it did for Ricky.
A nice woman wouldn't be doggin' my man Dinka.
A real barbershop got real people, real conversation,
A Subway and a Blockbuster.
A truth that we must live with for the rest of our lives.
After Calvin and I stopped dating, he started thinkin' small.
After that, you ain't got to speak to me ever again.
Ain't got no money, rob somebody with money.
Ain't in cuttin' hair. Must be slobbin' Terri in the locker room.
Ain't never seen nothin' like that in your life.
Ain't nobody scared! Tell your auntie!
Ain't nothin' going on in here, just business.
Ain't nothin' wrong with that. Nothin' wrong with that.
All I'm saying is if you're gonna have oral relations
All I'm saying is we need to keep our eye on Trent Lott.
All I'm saying, Calvin, is black folk love to take credit
All of them skanky as hell.
All right there, youngblood.
All right, all right.
All right, all right.
All right, fellas, how you doin'?
All right!
All right. Get out of the chair, man.
All right. Whatever you want here.
All that yapping leads me to rule number three...
All the time.
All this silence got my gut grumblin'.
All you have to do is talk.
Also, I want to institute a couple of new rules.
Also, I'm happy that people outside our community
Always, always.
And a large cup of n****, please.
And a pot pie with egg on it.
And a whole lot of others, too.
And all I'd like to say is that all change isn't bad.
And all of us is gonna die together!
And change is hard sometimes, right?
And double booking our clients!
And far from its roots as a family establishment,
And Gertrude Rose
And get some business.
And got the nerve to be huddled up with this shark.
And have all you ladies runnin' out screaming.
And I guess change, that's a good thing, right?
And I respect that.
And I want everybody to start greeting the customers by name.
And I want the best for my son
And I've been carrying that cheap ass thing with me
And if anybody wanna come over anytime and hoop it up,
And if they try to mess with this brother,
And living your life right and everything?
And Miss Emma bein' driven out...
And most of all, real barbers, and that's what we got here.
And my behind blow up like Dizzy Gillespie.
And now I'm working in a shop today.
And once you lose the people, you lose the neighborhood.
And reach!
And she's trying to wonder,
And sold them the barbershop, they'd probably pay us double.
And some of them ho's from the Snoop video.
And that ain't much.
And that is that Martin Luther King was shot and was killed tonight
And that little girl is a devil child, now.
And that's broke ass black folks.
And the smell.
And then I'm gonna burn your freedom papers.
And they're tryin' to get our ass out of here,
And this miracle happens if I do what?
And to the governing board that you believe in Quality Land's proposal,
And turn it into a more viable cash cow,
And two sides of Ask your mama
And what the hell is a subter fudge?
And when the pigs show up, they're gonna show up with guns.
And when we not, we not.
And you just about workin' my last nerve.
And you sittin' over here complainin'.
And you tryin' to act like you ain't got no...
And, man, it just got...
Anything but R. Kelly. Please. Somethin' wrong with that boy.
Apology accepted.
Archie Bunker and George Jefferson back together again.
Are you familiar with Calvin's Barbershop on 79th and Exchange?
As far as I'm concerned, my life began
As soon as they go freak out just a little bit,
At Calvin's Barbershop when Alderman Lalowe Brown stopped by
At least we ain't crazy.
At least, I think so.
Baby, it's on and crackin'!
Baby, you're putting me in the front chair?
Back up, back up!
Be like Mike, not like Rick.
Be serving wine when they walk through the door.
Beauties.
Beauty, light.
Because if they want to send us packin',
Been there since 1958.
Before Friday's city council meeting
Before I turn off the power in here
Before they got his ass, they was all over there together...
Before we adjourn and make our decision,
Better schools, cleaner streets...
Better. You're gonna be on the news.
Black power!
Black power!
Black power! That's us! Black power!
Black power! Yeah!
Blow up the whole block. I got some at the crib.
Both of you can kiss my ass.
Boy, it's hot out here.
Breathing in radiance,
Breathing out any heavy burdens.
Bring 'em on down. Bring all the kids.
Bringing it back to prayer pose.
Brother Calvin!
But don't you ever roll up on my customers.
But he was killed by a white man.
But his cousin in Atlanta sawfish.
But I can get you at 3:45 or 11:00 on Tuesday.
But I gotta bounce.
But I wanna introduce you to the man himself,
But I'd be all right, though.
But I'm gonna give you a clue.
But I've gotta keep mine.
But if we want to stand together as a community,
But it was a spur of the moment thing.
But it's been worth it, though.
But of course you wouldn't do that... too much pride.
But that ain't him. It ain't just him.
But you better catch me before the rollers go in.
But you did say you wanted to keep that particular area fertile
But you don't even know me, what I'm about.
But you don't want a good man, right?
But you passed.
But...
Butterfly, butterfly.
Bye, Gina.
Bye, Horace.
Cal wants me to handle some business.
Call my wife, man. That's her people.
Calvin, can I have a word with you for a second?
Calvin, I hooked you up with the alderman.
Calvin, I like what you said yesterday.
Calvin, my man!
Calvin, there's a lot of money to be made here, son.
Calvin, this is why black business does not succeed.
Calvin, when you get my age, you don't swerve.
Calvin, you run a family operation. You do not need to step it up.
Can somebody tighten me up?
Can we discuss this tomorrow?
Can you bring back some toothpicks?
Can you get me some ice or not?
Can you get this stuff on this list?
Can you handle that for me?
Can you hook me up with Isaac?
Can't a black man have a goddamn Fourth of July, too?
Can't nobody argue with that.
Carvin' I's in the back of people's head?
Change is a good thing.
Cheap? You saddity ho, give me my shit.
Check it out, little man.
Check this out.
Checker Fred, back to checkers.
Clown!
Come here.
Come on down and...
Come on down to Cal's.
Come on over here and get your hair cut.
Come on over here, Wakefield. Sit down.
Come on, babies. Today is the day.
Come on, dawg. You know I gotta have the I.
Come on, everybody, let's go back. This ain't nothin'.
Come on, have a seat. Enough of it already.
Come on, Jimmy, just two seconds.
Come on, let's get ready for our customers.
Come on, man, you gotta bounce. This is ridiculous.
Come on, man.
Come on, man. Get up.
Come on.
Come on.
Come on.
Competition is a cornerstone of democracy.
Concerned? About November, right?
Condoleezza. With all that White House money she makin',
Cool.
Crazy? I'm about to drop him off at Miss Emma's.
Damn a Mini Me. I'll take me one of those.
Damn.
Deep ujjayi breath.
Definitely.
Did she tell you that maybe I'll try you out? Maybe?
Did she tell you that maybe I'll try you out? Maybe?
Didn't we come over here to see it?
Dinka? Ain't nobody doggin' him.
Don't come in here accusing me of some malicious and egregious act
Don't do me like that, man.
Don't even tell you what it might be like on the inside.
Don't even worry about it. Don't worry about it.
Don't leave me hanging.
Don't move! Don't move! Get away from that window!
Don't start paying me compliments and stuff,
Don't sweat it, Cal. We got your back no matter what.
Don't sweat the technique.
Don't talk about Luther Vandross, okay?
Don't worry. She ain't about to do nothin'.
Don't you own this place?
Downright flatulent.
DVDs, CDs. Ike Turner's greatest hits with Tina on the cover.
Each and every one of us has our own truth,
Ease up. It's cool.
Eddie, a man at your age should be watching what he eats.
Eddie, get me that chicken tamale and strawberry shake special.
Eddie, man, don't be so crazy.
Eddie, that's what I'm talkin' about. That's enough!
Eddie, what you doin'?