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Broken Lizard have never gained as much publicity in England as they have in America – and even there they aren’t huge – which is a shame, because I truly believe them to be a very talented group of individuals/idiots.  “Super Troopers” was hilarious, “Club Dread” had topless gymnastics and “Beerfest” has one of the greatest scenes committed to celluloid – I think all very good reasons as to why Broken Lizard demand more attention.  And so to “The Slammin’ Salmon” – the team’s take on the restaurant movie genre. Now I understand that this is a well-regarded genre and has many devoted fans who don’t like to see pretenders to the crown – I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve been perusing the ‘Restaurant Movies’ section of Blockbuster before being banished by rabid ‘Restauranties’ unimpressed with my lack of cinematic culinary knowledge.  So how does “The Slammin »

- Gazz Ogden

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