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Devon over 3 years ago
Relatable if you've served tables before. Weak comedy at points. Worth watching.
Miles Ross over 4 years ago
Hilarious. One of the most re-watchable comеdies.
Tyler Langan over 6 years ago
2 guys, a girl and a surprisingly good script.
Jaya Wardono over 6 years ago
This is my life! such a funny flick!
Rebecca 9 months ago
Ryan Thomas 3 years ago
Matthew Barry over 3 years ago
Noah Rymer over 3 years ago
Chris Thomas over 3 years ago
Drew Millard almost 4 years ago
Hiram Soto over 4 years ago
Alexa Rabini over 4 years ago
Keith Haddock over 4 years ago
Lucy Avramova over 4 years ago
Darielle Rocca over 4 years ago
Rory Banks almost 5 years ago
Anatoly Kasyanenko almost 5 years ago
Joseph DeBenedetto almost 5 years ago
Joe Petersen almost 5 years ago
Waiting... is a 2005 American independent film starring Ryan Reynolds, Justin Long, and Anna Faris. It was written and directed by Rob McKittrick. McKittrick wrote the screenplay while working as a waiter. The film is the first effort by McKittrick as a writer–director. The script was initially sold in a film deal to Artisan Entertainment, but was released by Lions Gate Entertainment (which purchased Artisan in 2003). Producers Chris Moore and Jeff Balis of Live Planet's Project Greenlight fame also took notice of the project and assisted. The film made over US $6,000,000, more than twice the budget of the film, in its opening weekend. The film focuses on several characters. One of the main protagonists, Dean (Justin Long), has been a waiter for four years since graduating from high school, and hasn't earned a degree during his four years at a community college. When Dean learns from his mother (Monica) that a former high school classmate, Chett (Travis Resor), now has a bachelor's...
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