February 22, 2010
I gave this movie 2 stars because although it was comedic, I totally agree with "artgirl20027's comments. Seems that too much emphasis is placed on where african american women "get their money" to improve on their looks. There was no truth of african american women relaxing / perming their infant/ toddlers' hair. This was an untruth and a ploy to boost movie ratings and place
October 22, 2009
What was the point of this documentary again? Everyone has vanity issues of some sort, both men and women and hair is just one of them. Whether it hair, botox, cosmetic surgery or tanning salons..a lot of money is being spent on trying to look ones best.
This was a really good movie. It was entertaining, informative and said some really important things in a funny yet subtle way. Some things that were revealed, hopefully will just the eye opener that is needed to make some changes in the way people think about hair and themselves. I only gave it 4 stars because I think there was too much on the hair show (which was utter nonsense) - more real
October 21, 2009
"when you think about how black people often cry about exploitation" News flash: slavery was, and the contemporary aftermath of it is, by it's very definition, exploitive. no ones "crying" about anything.. Read YOUR OWN US history, because it sounds like you don't know. "THEY are paying thousands to wear the hair of other poor people" (capitals mine) What's with
Why is Good Hair not playing in Northern California