Movies like Beauty Shop (2005)
If you're looking for some great movies that are a lot like Beauty Shop, here is our list of similar films:
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    1. Hairspray

    #849 most popular movie yesterday

    Hairspray's exuberant take on personal expression and acceptance set against the backdrop of a 1960s dance TV show will strike a chord with anyone who appreciates the themes of self-love and community in Beauty Shop.

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    2. Last Holiday

    #2,581 most popular movie yesterday

    Featuring Queen Latifah in a life-affirming journey, Last Holiday carries the feel-good and self-discovery themes that audiences enjoy in Beauty Shop, albeit in a different setting.

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    3. Beauty Shop

    #3,206 most popular movie yesterday

    In Beauty Shop, Queen Latifah takes the helm as Gina, who opens her own salon. It's an empowerment tale bursting with humor and an ensemble cast that fans of workplace comedies will relish.

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    4. Barbershop

    #3,501 most popular movie yesterday

    If you enjoyed the salon shenanigans in Beauty Shop, you'd probably love Barbershop. Set in a men's barbershop in Chicago, it offers a similar blend of comedy and community spirit with a charismatic cast led by Ice Cube.

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    5. Bringing Down the House

    #3,622 most popular movie yesterday

    For those who love the ebullience of Queen Latifah in Beauty Shop, Bringing Down the House offers her in a similarly dynamic role, with humor springing from clashes of cultures and personalities.

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    6. Barbershop 2: Back in Business

    #3,894 most popular movie yesterday

    Continuing the feel-good atmosphere of the barbershop community, Barbershop 2: Back in Business serves more laughs and life lessons. Fans of the original Barbershop and Beauty Shop will find the same heartwarming humor here.

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    7. You Got Served

    #4,158 most popular movie yesterday

    While not set in a salon, You Got Served showcases the same blend of comedy, drama, and urban culture that resonates with Beauty Shop enthusiasts, this time through the lens of street dancing.