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In a short time, the previous owner’s clients become her own and many of her former customers find their way from Jorge’s to her salon.When electrical issues arise, she finds that the upstairs renter, Joe is a handsome electrician from Africa who eventually bonds with Vanessa due to his skills on the piano.” 4 stars Posted in Comedy, Movie Reviews with tags Alfre Woodard, Alicia Silverstone, Andie Mc Dowell, beauty shop, Bryce Wilson, Djimon Hounsou, Keshia Knight Pulliam, Kevin Bacon, Mena Suvari, Paige Hurd, Queen Latifah, Sherri Shepherd, Sheryl Underwood on June 2, 2013 by Mystery Man PLOT (spoiler alert!!!): Gina Norris is a widowed hairstylist who has moved from Chicago to Atlanta so her daughter, Vanessa, can attend a private music school.Natasha Lyonne steals the show as the beautiful, disaffected and wholly exasperated elder daughter of Arkin, looking for a breast reduction surgery and some direction in life.The film is light, fast, fun and suitable for the whole family- tweenage and up, of course.Later that night, Gina goes to Jorge’s salon to not only tell him about the tape, but that she knows he is not Jorge from Austria, but George Christie from Nebraska.
Tragedy strikes when the shop is trashed and heavily vandalized the night before Vanessa’s big piano recital.
Throughout the movie, the actors and actresses seem to be, well, acting; it’s almost like they are still rehearing their lines.
Although the unlikely plot and predictable dialogue are so second-rate, great acting could never rescue this forgettable waste of 91 minutes.” 1 star “An adorable, light hearted coming of age film with wonderful performances from Alan Arkin as a nice, but burned out blue collar father, Marisa Tomei as a loopy kinda-sorta-bad influence cousin, David Krumholtz steals his scenes as a wanna-be entertainer, swiveling his hips in his birthday suit as he croons away to Old Standards in the family’s bland, drab apartment while his sister (Lyonne) comes to terms with her ample bosom and her boring lifestyle as she mildly pines for a neighbor (Kevin Corrigan) It’s the kind of film that could easily be done too seriously or as farce, but strikes a successful balance between dramatic plot points and an overall light hearted, seriocomic tone.
) steal the show, with a little comic relief help from Marisa Tomei and Carl Reiner.
Interestingly, the writer-director is telling about her own life as a “nomad Jew” in Beverly Hills, according to her interviews.