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The BarberPolice inspector Thomas Mc Cormack conducts an investigation on crime suspect of killer Francis Visser but has to release him out because of not getting enough necessary proofs. This case makes McCormack feel shameful and sorrowful for the rest of his life. Twenty year later, his son John brings the case to resolution in a completely unpredictable way.Genre: ThrillerCountry: United StatesDuration: 95 minQuality: HDRelease: 2014IMDb: 5.9Keywords:
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Los Angeles TimesMarch 26, 2015
"The Barber" is one of those did-he-or-didn't-he? thrillers that more readily asks another question, the answer to which is: Yes, they did ... make a seriously dumb movie.
VarietyMarch 26, 2015
An apparent serial-killer-wannabe tracks down his would-be mentor in this underwhelming thriller.
New York TimesMarch 26, 2015
The film ... delivers its plot twists muddily and doesn't really distinguish itself from the countless other creepy-killer tales out there.
Philadelphia InquirerMarch 26, 2015
An ambitious, if wildly uneven, character study that relies on a taut script, snappy dialogue, and a few well-placed plot twists ...
New York Daily NewsMarch 26, 2015
What remains rote is how easily the fiend's victims fall for his tricks. It's almost as if they've seen too many movies like "The Barber," and shaved away all common sense.
Village VoiceMarch 24, 2015
Only Glenn, whose taciturn performance is punctuated by flashes of genuine menace, lifts The Barber to "watchable."
The PlaylistMarch 25, 2015
The acting and the direction shows enough promise to keep it from being buried alive, but it might not be the worst idea to put "The Barber" out of its misery and ignore it.
Tribune News ServiceMarch 25, 2015
Well-cast, well-played, sharply cut...but it talks talks talks you to death in the third act
TheWrapMarch 24, 2015
With a slow-burn sensibility and veteran actor Scott Glenn used to strong effect, this modest thriller will make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up
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