Mr. Big, the neighborhood gangster (Tommy "Tiny" Lister), sends his sassy, sexy attorney to Miss. B's Hair Salon to give Miss. B an eviction notice. This neighborhood salon must rally ...
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Mr. Big, the neighborhood gangster (Tommy "Tiny" Lister), sends his sassy, sexy attorney to Miss. B's Hair Salon to give Miss. B an eviction notice. This neighborhood salon must rally together, Stylists and customers, to help raise the money to save the Salon. There are obstacles along the way. Tyron the neighborhood Don Wan has gotten between all the ladies in the Salon. Everybody is fighting. Stylists are competing for clients. There is no love happening here except Tyron's advances on everyone...Will Miss B be able to save her Salon or will it all go down the drain.
This film is unbelievingly awful. The worse acting, horrible sound quality and possibly filmed using a mobile phone camera. I would recommend this film to anyone who is looking for WHAT NOT to do. I personally can enjoy a horrible film every once in a while such as; "Snakes on a Plane" horrible but with that purpose in mind. "Miss B's Hair Salon" on the other hand is full of actors and produced by those blindly convinced of a star performance. One Thing I don't understand is how can a film be full of nothing but horrible actors? One would think there would be at least one individual,amongst many, with even a small portion of quality, but there are non at "Mrs B's Hair Salon" If I could have suggested a title for this film, I would simply drop the apostrophe. BS
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