The Slammin' Salmon
The brutal former heavyweight boxing champion Cleon "Slammin'" Salmon (Duncan), now owner of a Miami restaurant, institutes a competition to see which waiter can earn the most money in one night: the winner stands to gain $10,000, while the loser will endure a beating at the hands of the champ.
- Stars:Louise Lombard, Danny Dyer, Lyndsey Marshal, Shaun Parkes, Lenora Crichlow, Brian McCardie, Kevin Heffernan, Jeff Chase, Carla Gallo, Paul Soter, Michael Yurchak, Nat Faxon, Jolie Martin, Erik Stolhanske, Jay Chandrasekhar, April Bowlby, Cobie Smulders, Steve Lemme, Carrie Clifford, Will Forte, Rosalie Ward, Michael Clarke Duncan,
- Director:Kevin Heffernan, Kevin Heffernan,
- Writer:Jay Chandrasekhar, Kevin Heffernan, Steve Lemme, Paul Soter, Erik Stolhanske
A restaurant owner pits members of his wait staff against one another in a competition to see what waiter can earn the most money in one night. The top selling server wins $10,000 while the waiter in last place gets served with a broken rib sandwich-courtesy of the Champ himself. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Slammin' Salmon torrent reviews
(de) wrote: Loosely based on the book, but not nearly as good.
(de) wrote: This was something I wanted to revisit on the occasion of finally watching the other versions of Nosferatu back to back, and I have to say, it holds up really well. There's some really amusing bits of gallows humor in there, and Willem Dafoe is creepy as hell as the lead.Well worth a look if you're a fan of horror history in particular.
(us) wrote: There are better action movies out there.
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(jp) wrote: Indescribably bad rip off of "Conan the Barbarian."
(fr) wrote: Hooper is a fun flix that would never be made today; all these stunts including the spectacular finale were all done in a time before blue screens. Burt plays an aging stunt man who is being shown up by up & new comer Jan-Michael Vincent. All that falling, drinking & fighting @ the Palomino had to catch up w/ Burt some day.
(br) wrote: I sure wish I liked it. Despite some decent laughs in the final quarter of the movie, during a football game that acts as a clever, goofy metaphor for the war M*A*S*H depicts, most of this movie seemed to follow a series of bullying antics orchestrated by surgeons Hawkeye (Donald Sutherland), Trapper (Elliott Gould), and Duke (Tom Skerritt). Without much thought for the cruelty of their acts, broadcasting sex over the military base intercom and hosting a ritual for a man ready to commit suicide were interesting enough to warrant laughs. Beyond that, there was a very dated quality in how the soldiers humiliated anyone who dared to be an outsider. The overtly religious, poor-tempered Frank Burns (Robert Duvall) is teased to the point of a mental breakdown, the uptight Hot Lips (Sally Kellerman) is stripped of any dignity until she no longer holds any respect for her position, and one soldier, Painless (John Schuck), who questions whether or not he is attracted to women is naturally treated to a surprise sexual visit from a nurse. Look, I can understand why this was likely hilarious during its release, but these elaborate pranks do not hold up well.The aimless form of storytelling plays everything out like a montage of the best times that our heroes had in this camp, and, looking past the cruelty of the pranks, you can see a strong sense of community in the camp. Whenever one soldier rallies up the other men and women to start singing, I long for a greater emphasis on the war aspect of the tale. Going further with the idea of M*A*S*H being a montage movie, perhaps the movie is a representation of what soldiers WANT to remember about their times at camp. Sure, everyone had to deal with death, and those were tough moments. (To clarify, there was one scene of dealing with death, which only led to greater antics.) The cruelty of the pranks must then be how everyone copes, because war blows. Justifying the actions is easy enough for both audience members and the soldiers on the screen. As a black comedy, M*A*S*H felt very hit-and-miss. If it were a war movie with a black comedic edge, I could see M*A*S*H ultimately succeeded. Close, but not quite.
(au) wrote: 78%"I need that funny looking car."-Sam Quint (Tommy Lee Jones)I just have one question, is it possible to get blue balls on top of blue balls?
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(de) wrote: Loved the comic. Hopefully the movie is just as good.