Employees at a Bennigan's-like restaurant (called, creatively enough, Shenanigan's), kill time before their real lives get started. But while they wait, they'll have to deal with picky customers who want their steak cooked to order and enthusiastic managers who want to build the perfect wait staff. Luckily, these employees have effective revenge tactics.

It's the dinner shift at Shenanigan's. Dan, the clueless boss, assigns Mitch, 22, a trainee, to Monty, the smooth talker who chases girls for one-night stands. Dean, a waiter, also 22, feels that life is passing him by. Dan offers him the assistant manager job and gives him until midnight to decide. Other waiters, cooks, and bus boys have their issues and personalities. Bishop, the dishwasher, is their counselor. During this shift, Monty may learn something, Dean makes his decision, Dan makes a play for the not-yet-18 hostess, customers get their comeuppance, the guys all play the in-house homophobic flashing game, the gals demonstrate why they won't, and Mitch gets the last word. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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William S (ru) wrote: I liked it. And for the most part, the sex scenes helped the story and the depths of the character. It's an interesting story of nationalism and existence, both in life and of possible continuance.

Rawballs B (it) wrote: More of the same doggy movie but without Glenn it will be pointless... ;-)

William C (br) wrote: Loved it,funny,and romantic,with a wonderful cast.

Hattie H (mx) wrote: fairly pants really, but funny if you grew up in cornwall!

Anthony S (us) wrote: Not Yimou strongest film that I've seen. However, it's still a decent film from a strong cast and pretty good direction. I just wasn't that big of fan of the script.

Lanky Man P (nl) wrote: In The Mouth Of Madness is actually somewhat spooky and has a different story line.

Mark W (mx) wrote: "Idealism is guilty middle-class bullshit"Having already delivered Slacker and Dazed and Confused beforehand, Richard Linklater's third film, SubUrbia, somewhat confirmed him as a voice for the disillusioned youth and their struggling transition into adulthood. This is a common theme among his films and has lasted from his debut in 1991 to his most recent 2014 film Boyhood. It's seems to be his niche and one that will surely continue in his future endeavours.Jeff (Giovanni Ribisi), Tim (Nicky Katt) and Buff (Steve Zahn) are three aimless friends that do nothing more than hang around their all-night convenience store, drinking, eating pizza and bitching about life in general. On one particular evening, they await the arrival of old high-school friend Pony (Joyce Bartok) who is now a successful musician. As the night progresses, though, tension, jealousy and resentment grow.Taking a break from writing duties and focusing on the work of playwright (and sometime actor) Eric Bogosian, Linkater finds a project that is not unlike his own material. However, there's a slightly angrier and darker piece of work here that's a little out of Linklater's usual comfort zone. Like a lot of his films there's very little in terms of plot as it focuses on a bunch of friends hanging out and discussing their lives, the choices they've made and where their futures might lie. Again, like many Linklater films, it doesn't sound too appealing on the surface but he has a real knack for capturing natural dialogue and performances and that's where the film really finds it's feet. The always reliable Giovanni Ribisi waxes philosophical in true Linklater fashion while we have Steve Zahn lightening the mood in a film that's predominantly concerned with pessimistic conversation.Linklater, once again, has a good eye and feel for small town, Texan mentality and he films with a colourful vibrancy whereby many scenes and exchanges of dialogue could have been cut and pasted directly into Dazed and Confused and they'd appear seamless. The sticking point of the whole affair, however, is the running time; it's just shy of the two hour mark and you do get the feeling that characters overstay their welcome, particularly as the tone of the material gets darker and more depressing. That being said, this is still another enjoyable outing from Linklater.A sharp and observant character piece that fits comfortably into Linklater cannon of films and once again showcases his ability to capture the disenchanted, cynical youth on the periphery of society. It's one that fans of his will not be disappointed in.Mark Walker

Margaret S (kr) wrote: I'm old enough to have seen Shirley race against Big Daddy Don Garlitts. Having grown up in a gas station and been around cars all my life, this is one film I just ate up as I could understand how hard it was for her to keep doing something she loved so much.

Vini P (ca) wrote: so sweet movie and human..

Rob H (ag) wrote: Elvis first film is a homerun type western soap opera drama, not bad

Nathan R (au) wrote: Dumbo is a classic movie with a heartwarming lesson at the center, but the sincerity isn't enough to save it from some of its lesser qualities. With songs that are catchy at best but mostly forgettable like "When I See an Elephant Fly" and "Baby Mine" and a decent portion of the movie dedicated to watching Dumbo get wasted an

Jim M (de) wrote: Tight thriller about a group of successful career men at a buddies Stag and the moral crisis that insues when 2 people are inadvertadently killed. Good actig and a good script. Defenitly one to check out.