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Blow Dry
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Blow Dry 2001

From Amazon: Keighley is a town where Phil owns a Barbershop that he runs with his son Brian. The annual British Hairdressing Championship comes to their town and they decide to compete in the championship.

Release Date:March 9th, 2001
Running Time:91 minutes
Box Office Gross: $637,769 (US)
$0 (World)
Directed By:
No image existsPaddy Breathnach
Written By:
No image existsSimon Beaufoy
Alan RickmanAlan Rickman
Natasha RichardsonNatasha Richardson
No image existsRachel Griffiths
Rachael Leigh CookRachael Leigh Cook
Josh HartnettJosh Hartnett
Bill NighyBill Nighy
No image existsWarren Clarke
Rosemary HarrisRosemary Harris
No image existsHugh Bonneville
No image existsPeter McDonald
No image existsMichael McElhatton
David BradleyDavid Bradley
No image existsHeidi Klum
No image existsBen Crompton
No image existsAnn Rye

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Blow Dry Movie Review by Movie Addict (1/31/2010)

The British hairdressing championships are coming to Keighley and it just happens to be the town where Phil (Alan Rickman) lives.

He used to be the champion until he wife Shelley (Natasha Richardson) left him for Sandra (Rachel Griffiths).

Oh, My! Now, he is just a barber (gasp!) and wants nothing to do with Shelly or...

(complete Blow Dry review by Movie Addict)

Blow Dry Movie Review by Zara (4/28/2009)

There's something more gentle and light humoured about British comedies when they approach problems between family members or dealing with the topic of cancer. Americans either turn cancer issues into something overly dramatic (sometimes for good reason, most other times needlessly dour) or into caustic comedy. I'm not...

(complete Blow Dry review by Zara)

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