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Good Burger
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Directed By
Brian Robbins

Written By:
Dan Schneider, Kevin Kopelow, Heather Seifert

Kenan Thompson, Kel Mitchell, Sinbad, Abe Vigoda, Dan Schneider, Ron Lester, Shar Jackson, Shar Jackson, Jan Schweiterman

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Good Burger (1997)
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Movie Review by Ron
June 17th, 2007

We're all dudes, yeah!

I saw this movie a few years ago and I thought it was pretty funny. Maybe it was because I kept missing parts of the movie so I ended catching it in bits and pieces until I finally caught the whole thing. You get what you expect from this movie. Plenty of slapstick and low brow comedy sprinkled with a little helping of satire. There is also a funny cameo by George Clinton and Parliament in a mental institution. And the movies theme song "We're all dudes" by Less than Jake with Kel singing is a fun song to sing along to.

I can't even believe that they didn't use their famous catch phrase all that much. You know the one. "Welcome to Good Burger. Home of the Good Burger. How may I help you?" I expected to hear that over a hundred times. After watching the movie you wouldn't even know that was the phrase that made this movie possible.

Bottom Line: A good film that you should be able to sit through at least once.

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