Barbershop 2: Back in Business
Barbershop 2: Back in Business is a 2004 American comedy film. It is a sequel to the 2002 movie Barbershop dealing with the impact of gentrification on the reputation and livelihood of a long-standing south Chicago barbershop.
- Directed by Kevin Rodney Sullivan. Written by Don D. Scott based on characters by Mark Brown.
- We goin' out, we goin' out like us.
- Well you couldn't go home if you wanted to!
- They can tear down all this mess around here.Change is a good thing.
- Long as they ain't buildin' liquor stores
- and titty bars, I'm cool with it.
- Let me tell you all somethin'. That's not a real barbershop. That's a fake, franchise,
corporate version of a barbershop.That's why they got gimmicks. They ain't got no real character up in there. A real barbershop got real people, real conversation and most of all, real barbers, and that's what we got here.
Back in business
- Ice Cube - Calvin Palmer, Jr.
- Cedric the Entertainer - Eddie
- Sean Patrick Thomas - Jimmy James
- Harry J. Lennix - Quentin Leroux
- Eve - Terri Jones
- Troy Garity - Isaac Rosenberg
- Michael Ealy - Ricky Nash
- Leonard Earl Howze - Dinka
- Kenan Thompson - Kenard
- DeRay Davis - Rayford
- Queen Latifah - Gina Norris
- Robert Wisdom - Lalowe Brown
- Jazsmin Lewis - Jennifer Palmer
- Tom Wright - Detective Williams
- Carl Wright - Checker Fred
- Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon - Loretta
- Keke Palmer as Gina's niece
- Marcia Wright-Tillman - Joyce
- Avant - Dexter