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.
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Dee Bradley Baker,
The everyday life of Arnold, a 4th-grader in a nameless city that resembles Brooklyn, New York, who lives in a multi-racial boarding house with his grandparents and a motley assortment of neighbors and friends.
Francesca Marie Smith,
Jamil Walker Smith,
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
Anthony Pereyra <firstname.lastname@example.org>
In 1998, Dan Scheinder had wrote a script called Good Burger 2 Go, a sequel to the original film that had Ed and Dexter uncovering a scandal when a British conglomerate buys the Good Burger restaurant. Paramount had turned down the script for unknown reasons and Steve Holland was hired to turn the script into a paperback novel. See more »
When the boys sneak into Mondo Burger, the shadow of the camera is visible on the Frito-Lay truck. See more »
What's that junk you're pouring into our sauce?
Shut up, old man!
Don't be rude to the elderly. The old man asked us a question. Now, it's called shark poison, and it's gonna make all your little Good Burger customers very, very sick.
So sick that I doubt any of them will ever want to eat here again.
I'm calling the cops!
You're not calling anyone.
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The opening shot of the movie shows a cheeseburger being constructed via stop-motion. See more »
When this movie originally aired on Nickelodeon, two actors from the original film were brought into brief recording sessions to both re-dub two lines that were deem inappropriate for a kids network. Abe Vigoda's line "I think I broke my ass" was changed to "I think I broke my tail", while George Clinton changes his "Ooh, this music sucks" to "Ooh, this music stinks". The original lines were revived when the movie aired on Nick@Nite in 2007. See more »
Do Fries Go With That Shake? (Know What I'm Sayin' Remix)
by George Clinton (as George Clinton Jr.), Sheila Washington, and Stephen Washington
Performed by George Clinton
Courtesy of Capitol Records
Under license from EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets See more »
Since I was about six or seven years old, whenever I got sick I would ask my mom to rent Good Burger. I have pretty much memorized the movie and it is without a doubt my favorite movie. I have rented the movie, I don't know how many times, but I would have easily could have bought the movie about 20 times. No questions asked, Good Burger is the best movie that has been made. The humor is priceless, and and guy 23 years old and to be so immature, I think you can't get any funnier. Good Burger was out in 1997, was a hit, but I don't really for how long, and then was looked at as a stupid movie. I am here to prove those people wrong. Just watch the movie more and more and eventually understand the humor of this film. This feedback is to complement Nickelodean on an awesome movie. For people who already understand this type of humor, this movie is priceless. No other movie uses funny people who are in their twenties and people to get so frustrated because of their unintelligence, there is nothing that can beat it. To me, I think that this storyline is accurate and is actually realistic. The only thing that I think is questionable is the personality of Ed. Dexter is an appropriate character. He acts as if something really happened and to me, I think that this is what a normal person would do. Get mad at Ed but then, the funny personality of Ed, re-uniting the friendship.
My favorite part was when Ed is talking to Kurt in his car and Kurt is trying to persuade Ed to tell him the secret recipe. "how does, 10 bucks sound?" Ed- "I dunno, It sorta sounds like crush crush, crush." about a minute later "i'm Kurt" "I'Ed" "I'm aware" " I thought you said you were Kurt!"
It's impossible for me not to laugh at that part. It's so funny.
In the end, people might think that it is a movie for an immature audience and made for little kids, but in reality, all you have to do is watch the movie more and more, and soon enough, you will understand the humor and know what what the movie is actually about.
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