April 10th 2014 00:11
Every small town has a barbershop, and as we peer into the window of Charlie Shuffleton's, played by Emmy winner Danny Glover, Barbershop, famous country singer Trey Cole, played by Austin Stowell is finally returning home.
As the story unfolds we find out that Trey abandoned the town many years ago. He never looked back even when his brother died in military service and leaving his widow alone to care for her son.
Trey comes to terms and realizes he’s lost himself with fame and fortune. But he still holds dear his memories of his first haircut in the brown leather chair as a young boy at age ten. Charlie’s shop was where to go with hopes to find guidance from the man who was a father to him. Treys own father was sadly absent leaving a cold chill in the young boy's heart.
Trey returns and enters the barber shop. He hears and sees Charlie’s old friends playing a trio of instruments in the back room, indicating the famous Rockwell’s painting.
Trey is disheartened when he discovers Charlie has past away just a few months ago. With childhood memories flooding his mind about Charlie’s constant and loving influence on him as a young boy, Trey knows he must face his own father and the family he hardly knows to honor Charlie’s memory and make things right.
Shuffletown's Barbershop is a movie for the whole family. Something we can all watch after Sunday night dinner.