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Opened in Theaters: Friday, July 20th, 2007

Directed by Adam Shankman

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Hairspray
Set in Baltimore during the 1960s dance TV craze, a zaftig high school hairhopper, Tracy Turnblad, graduates from outsider to celebrity trendsetter and along the way she stars on The Corny Collins...  View more >

PG
language, some suggestive content, and momentary teen smoking

Starring John Travolta, Queen Latifah, Michelle Pfeiffer...  View more >

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[--- See Now! ---]by Sinamax Jul 20, 2007

It is really a great musical, and a little comedy if you listen close for the one liners. 

[--- See Now! ---]by kwiksam Jul 21, 2007

Great mother/daughter night out! We dressed the kids up with "big hair" wigs, party dresses and went out and enjoyed a great movie. Go See It! 

[--- See Now! ---]by George Jobson VIP MemberJul 25, 2007

Not only it's one of the best movies of 2007, but the best musical in the past 10 years. "Hairspray" is a delight. It's started as a 1988 movie by John Walters, then it became a musical in 2002, and five years later, it became a movie again, which is better than the 1988 version. The minute Nikkir Blousky sprang out of bed as the film opens, the energy level never lets up. John Travolta is great as her mother. He played more a character and less of a publicity stunt. the movie has captured the mood of 1962 from the hair right down to the civil march scene. A mother and her daughter are out to crush Nikki's dreams of dancing on television. But that won't stop Nikki or her friends. As for the hairstyle, my favorite is the hairstyle wore by Amanda Bynes. You can't stop the fun the movie has gernerated. "Hairspray" is the word. 

[--- Good ---]by The Reviewer Aug 25, 2007

If you can get past the cheesiness of the film quality, the movie's plot and music is very good. 

[--- See Now! ---]by likset Sep 27, 2007



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