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Fast Food (2000)

Mobster Bobby runs a succesful racket in the fast food industry.





Cast overview, first billed only:
Betty Porter ...
Dan Lorge ...
Whiney Customer / Taxi Scorsayzee
Michael Fahn ...
Mickey 'The Luck' (as Michael C. Fahn)
Robert Malcheski ...
Frankie the Mop (as R.J. Malcheski)
Jim Palladino ...
Freddie Ammonia
Tricia Dong ...
Josephine P. Accardi ...
Beef Lady
Mohawk D. Niro (as Darin Lynn Cooper)
Anita Padovano ...
Old lady customer
Young Mother
Harrison Fahn ...
Her Baby (as Harrison Roy Fahn)
Jared Slater ...
Teen employee
Andrea Chamberlain ...
Female employee


The entire fast food racket was controlled by two 'clowns' Jack and Mickey D. Until mafioso Bobby arrived, now he sells a million cheeseburgers a year. Bobby has excellent employees and it is made sure that customers don't get too picky about fat percentages and certain ingredients. Everything is strictly taken care of by the 'customer complaint department'. But still the fast food business remains a tough business when trouble arises with a certain employee. Written by Arnoud Tiele (zelva@tiele.nl)

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Short | Comedy | Crime





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August 2000 (USA)  »

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Not Funny? Not Funny How? Like no clowns..
23 June 2007 | by See all my reviews

I loved it, but I usually know who to recommend it to. Seeing the 4 films on which it was based help you get the jokes, but you have to love those films, their characters and dialogue to appreciate the comedy fully. You know which scenes are being parodied in most cases in the first shot of each scene. I know a lot of people "get it" but fail to appreciate that this film took 4 of the best dramas in the past 30 years, and parodied them while paying tribute to them. Comedy runs mostly on exaggeration, this is why the impressions were funny. The De Niro did not have to be dead on nor was it intended to be. You already know these things I guess, and are more interested in laughs than the mechanics of it. It's not my intent to force my opinion and tell you that you should be laughing all the way to credits. But to point out that credit is due for any well made film not produced solely on how broad an audience it would reach. In these times of Comic book hero movies built around special FX and merchandising, here walk the true heros. 15 minutes can't be too long if its all in good fun. The real nightmare is when they take a great like Taxi Driver or Manchurian Candidate, and re-make it as if it will be better than the real thing. Millions are sitting through 2-3 hours of cinematic sacriledge all summer. Fifteen Minutes won't kill you.. unless it stars De Niro, don't slip like that again Bobby.

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