Two dim-witted teenagers are forced to save the fast food restaurant they work at from going out of business, despite a new-and-improved burger joint opening across the street that want to be the "Top Dog" in the fast food industry.
Dexter Reed, a high-schooler is forced to get a summer job at a fast food restaurant called Good Burger after causing a car wreck by his school teacher Mr. Wheat. So Dexter must pay off his teacher's car by working very hard at Good Burger. Meanwhile things turned worse when Mondo Burger, a mammoth fast-food chain opens across the street, it looks like Good Burger is soon going to be history for good! Now it is up to Dexter and his new friend Ed the not-so bright cashier to save the day, as they develop a delicious special secret sauce that Ed created brings hundreds of new customers to their door and makes their new competition desperate to steal the recipe and all of their customers. Written by
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The first line in the film is the same as the last line. "Welcome to Good Burger, home of the Good Burger, can I take your order?" See more »
When Ed swims in the milkshake machine, the pink solution in the front window clearly does not connect with the rest of the machine. See more »
[peering in the kitchen window at Mondo Burger]
What's that stuff they're putting in the burgers?
I don't know... but I'll bet you that's what makes those burgers grow so big.
We should get some of that stuff for Good Burger.
No, man! That stuff's got to be illegal.
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The opening shot of the movie shows a cheeseburger being constructed via stop-motion. See more »
by Jeffrey McDonald (as Jeff McDonald), Steve McDonald, and Eddie Kurdziel
Performed by Redd Kross
Courtesy of This Way Up (Quicksilver Recording Co. Ltd.)/Island Records Ltd.
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The cast of "All That" returns for good humor in the "Good Burger" a place similar to an old fashioned fast food restaurant. The comedy is terrific, the fun is non-stop, and though cliché, is a passer for kid and family comedy.
A movie for all ages, this movie is meant to enjoy, laugh, and pretty much a lazy movie for a rainy day, as that's what I'd save this movie for, a rainy day. USA aired it today, and since I know that the cast of "All That" is in it, I thought that it might be a bit of a chuckle burner, but in good fun, as Keenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell (probably one of the best young duos of that time) were terrific together, the pieces came together, and everything worked out, and it made it into good family fun together with some lazy day work to get off the bad day.
May I take your order?
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