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Fast Food (2000)

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

Director:

Jonathan Fahn

Writer:

Marty Parker
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Cast

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

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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This is just my taste in fast food
18 April 2006 | by peter_scott_bestSee all my reviews

It plays out as a Godfather type of movie except that that you quickly realise that though these people live by the same rules as the Mafia they are merely running a fast food joint. Obviously when you are trying to do this kind of movie you have to balance the humour carefully so as not to bore the viewer. I have to say that while they generally succeed there are moments when I think the gag has gone on too long. But it soon moves on to some other aspect of the joints dubious business practises. True no fast food joint could hope to survive by assaulting its customers and staff but then it's not the sort of movie you are supposed to believe. As a movie its definitely worth watching but probably not with a mouthful of fries.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

August 2000 (USA) See more »

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