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Eric Brainard 5 months ago
So much better than Waiting or Still Waiting (other waiter films) but not B.L's best.
Dylan Clites almost 7 years ago
It really is horrible, but the awesome cast is enough to make it worth watching at 3 AM.
Brandyn Turner 2 months ago
Noah Rymer 3 years ago
Eric Ratzlaff over 5 years ago
Alice In Wonderland almost 7 years ago
Nathan T. almost 7 years ago
Nick Fenton 7 years ago
John Barton 7 years ago
Dave French 7 years ago
Darcy Laycock over 7 years ago
The Slammin' Salmon is a 2009 film by Broken Lizard. The film is about the owner of a restaurant initiating a contest to see which of his waiters can earn the most money in a single night, with a prize of $10,000. The loser receives a beating by the owner, Cleon Salmon, a former heavyweight boxer (played by Michael Clarke Duncan). Kevin Heffernan directed the film; it was his first time directing a Broken Lizard film. Salmon was filmed in 25 days at the beginning of 2008. "Slammin" Cleon Salmon (Michael Clarke Duncan) is a former world heavyweight boxing champion who retired to open a sports-themed restaurant in Miami. His antics lead to his owing $20,000 to the head of the Japanese Yakuza; needing to come up with the money in one night, he challenges the wait staff to sell more food than they have ever sold, with the top waiter receiving $10,000 in cash and the lowest waiter getting a "broken ribs sandwich" courtesy of the Champ. Comic escapades ensue as the staff try to one-up each...
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