A fairly predictable comedy featuring the clash of different people who eventually learn to get along and work together to overcome.
This is really one of those films that Ain't That Bad. While not being great, it's perfectly watchable, the subplots trundle along as you'd expect them to.
Alica Silverstone is pretty interesting however, and the interaction of the white girl in the black barber shop is a raise above the humdrum.
In short; Not a bad way to pass the time with some memorable bits.