Barbershop (2002)

Rosa Parks, Rodney King and Jesse Jackson

Eddie’s (Cedric the Entertainer) speech on Rosa Parks leads to an argument about the things black people should tell the truth about.

Directed by Tim Story.

Released in 2002 by MGM.

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  • character-type: Goofball
  • character-type: Elderly Person
  • primary-genre: Comedy
  • secondary-genre: Comedy
  • mood: Angry
  • mood: Funny
  • mood: Controversial
  • setting: Barber Shop
  • actor: Chester Clay McSwain
  • director: Tim Story
  • producer: Larry Kennar
  • producer: Rocky Russell
  • producer: George Tillman Jr.
  • producer: Matt Alvarez
  • producer: Thomas J. Busch
  • producer: Mark Brown
  • producer: Robert Teitel
  • cinematographer: Tom Priestley Jr.
  • composer: Terence Blanchard
  • editor: John Carter
  • costume-designer: Devon Patterson
  • production-designer: Roger G. Fortune
  • role-name: Mailman
  • screenwriter: Marshall Todd
  • screenwriter: Don D. Scott
  • screenwriter: Mark Brown
  • year: 2002
  • studio: MGM