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Opened in Theaters: Friday, July 25th, 1997

Directed by Brian Robbins

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Good Burger

PG

Starring Kenan Thompson, Kel Mitchell, Sinbad...  View more >

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[--- Stay Away! ---]by Peter Woods Jan 25, 2000

Nope, I hate this movie. Maybe little kids will like it. Here's what I think of Good Burger:

It is not much of a story and it is not funny at all.They act really dumb and not funny at all. All That fans will be disapointed with this awful film that it does not make sense.

It will be a great family film, if they put more funny jokes in the film, now it is not a really good film. DON'T GO!!! If you got kids wholike the show, "All That" Just leave your kids at the movies alone and go in a other movie room. See a better film then this one.

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[--- See Now! ---]by Lindsay Schuldt Jan 25, 2000

This movie is a great teen comedy! The actors Kenan(dexter) and Kel(ed) are so funny! you should see it if you like this kind of comedy and have seen the skits from "all that"on Good Burger. Probably most adults wouldn't get it because their way of comedy is way different than teens. You have to go see it!!!

 

[--- Good ---]by Jeff Stone Jan 25, 2000

I took my 8 1/2 year old daughter to see Good Burger last weekend and she had a great time. So did my wife, actually. And so did I.

It's good-natured, silly, clean fun which hearkens back to Lorel & Hardy or the Three Stooges. The look of the movie with its strong primary colors and lack of the latest/greatest special effects was refreshing.

Nick also produced "Harriet the Spy". They're a refreshing change from Disney studios and alot of the other kid's movies which don't allow themselves to have fun and be funny.

 

[--- See Now! ---]by LL Gilles Jan 25, 2000

Good Burger was very funny! It will keep you laughing at the stupidity of a teen-aged employee. If you like the TV show, All That, you'll love the humor in this movie. It was my favorite movie, and I hope you enjoy it!

 

[--- Good ---]by Sarah Culp Jan 25, 2000

I've been disappointed with a lot of reviews that I've seen, because they are all from people that are so far out of the target audience for "Good Burger" that OF COURSE they're going to hate it! Speaking as someone on the edge of that target range (13 years old), I really liked the movie. I was with my eight- and ten-year-old cousins and my nine-year-old sister, and they all liked it, as well. Even my parents enjoyed it. My sister and I have been watching "All That" and "Kenan and Kel" since they began, and they're two of our favorite shows. What some people don't know is that the Goodburger sketches became a sort of trademark for "All That", showing up in other skits- for example, in one scene based at a Customer Service desk at a department store, a little girl tries to return a broken "Goodburger Ed" doll. It's only natural that there be a movie. The movie is simple and sweet. My favorite parts were the romantic theme played up with Monique and Kel at the mental institution (I was hoping that at the end, Monique would get out, get on medication and become a happy, natural teenage girl, but that would seem very bizarre, I'm sure). I was laughing through almost the entire movie (although, being a vegetarian, that put me off a bit during the scenes with the monster meat).

I give it three-and-a-half stars.

 

[--- Stay Away! ---]by Anonomous Jan 25, 2000

This really was a terrible movie. The thought of paying to see two immature teenagers sickens me. Don't waste your time with this movie, and if your kids have their heart set on seeing this movie, wait to rent it; then at least you don't have to watch it.

 

[---  ---]by  Jan 25, 2000

CLEAR="ALL"></TH> <TD VALIGN=TOP><A HREF="HOMEDIR/cgi/FindReviewer?Bryan+Henslin">by <B>Bryan Henslin</B></A>
This movie was the best movie I have seen in a long time. My favorite Nickolodean characters starred in this totally action-packed, suspensful movie. I was on the edge of my seat the whole time, laughing my brains out. It was hilariously tubular, man!! It kicked my butt. I wanted to get popcorn during the movie, and I had to pee like a race horse, but I was so afraid of missing a groovy minute, I waited it out. The soundtrack also kicked my butt, featuring: Backstreet Boys (yeah right, but I wish) and Puff Daddy. Keenan and Cal, I love you baby. Call me!

 




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