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In this sequel to Nora's Hair Salon, Simone (Stacey Dash) arrives in Los Angeles after inheriting her late aunt's hair salon and she knows that she has big shoes to fill. Simone soon clashes with the diva hairstylist Lilliana (Tatayna Ali) who has her own ideas about the salon's future.Written by
I wish I was exaggerating, but I'm not. Here I am trying to support movies made by black folks, and they come out with this crap! Whatever charm there was in the first film was completely absent in the second one. Pointless scene upon pointless scene, bad acting, very little plot. When scenes with Bobby Brown are a highlight of a film, there's a problem. Poor Mekhi Phifer shows up near the end of the movie and seems to try to make up for the poor acting efforts of the other actors all by himself, but no dice. Who knew that the absence of Jennifer Lewis would make such a difference? Trust me, it did. I will admit that it was nice to see Stacy Dash working again, but I sure wish she could find better vehicles than this.
When this movie ended I was actually angry about the time I wasted watching it. Please don't waste your time or money on this!
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