Waiting...

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Overview

Learn why you should never send your food back and other valuable lessons in this over-the-top comedy set in the food service industry. Dean Justin Long and Monty Ryan Reynolds are two longtime friends who work as waiters as Shenanigan's, a self-consciously "fun" chain restaurant. Both have been working at the restaurant since they graduated from high school; it's only recently occurred to Dean that he has nothing to show for the last four years of his life but a community college diploma and his name tag from ...
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Overview

Learn why you should never send your food back and other valuable lessons in this over-the-top comedy set in the food service industry. Dean Justin Long and Monty Ryan Reynolds are two longtime friends who work as waiters as Shenanigan's, a self-consciously "fun" chain restaurant. Both have been working at the restaurant since they graduated from high school; it's only recently occurred to Dean that he has nothing to show for the last four years of his life but a community college diploma and his name tag from work, and he's developed a sudden urgency to make something of himself. Monty, on the other hand, is more interested in making time with the women on the wait staff at work than accomplishing anything, though his recent relationship with fellow employee Serena Anna Faris has rather dramatically crashed and burned. Over the course of an evening at Shenanigan's, Dean and Monty confront obnoxious customers and train timid new employee Mitch John Francis Daley while dealing with wildly eccentric chef Raddimus Luis Guzman, control-freak manager Dan David Koechner, and a kitchen full of crazed cooks, prep workers, and dish-washers. Waiting was the first feature film from writer and director Rob McKittrick.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; The Works: all access interactive video commentary; Sending It Back: The Real Dish on Waiting Tables; "That Little Extra" documentary; Expanded telestrator commentary; Deleted scenes; Outtakes; Alternate takes; Trailers
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/7/2006
  • UPC: 012236189428
  • Original Release: 2005
  • Rating:

  • Source: Lions Gate
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Uncensored / Subtitled
  • Time: 1:34:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 22,451

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Ryan Reynolds Monty
Anna Faris Serena
Justin Long Dean
David Koechner Dan
John Francis Daley Mitch
Emmanuelle Chriqui Tyla
Kaitlin Doubleday Amy
Andy Milonakis Nick
Alanna Ubach Naomi
Robert Patrick Benedict Calvin
Vanessa Lengies Natasha
Vanessa Lengies Natasha
Chi McBride Bishop
Luis Guzman Raddimus
Monica Monica
Melissa Alonzo Stunt Bush
Don Brady Old Man
Clay Chamberlain Video Host
Dane Cook Floyd
Skylar Duhe Girly #1
J.D. Evermore Redneck
Anne Ewen Girl at Bar
Wayne Ferrara Rocco
Ann Guidry Dessert Woman
Pat Hazell Jack
Roland W. Hoffman German #2
Max Kasch T-Dog
Jordan Ladd Danielle
Wendie Malick Monty's Mom
Daniel Matt Background Cook
Melissa Morgan Bitchy Lady
Richard Netzberger German #1
Travis Resor Dean's Mom
Shedric Background Cook
Skyler Stone Cook #1
Lauren Swinney Elderly Woman
Todd Voltz Background Cook
Jordan Werner Smooth Guy #1
Technical Credits
Rob McKittrick Director, Screenwriter
Thomas Augsberger Executive Producer
Jeff Balis Producer
Stewart K. Bernstein Sound Editor
Morgan Blackledge Art Director
Andy Blumenthal Editor
Stephen Bourgeois Special Effects
Ron Coons Camera Operator
Richard Dwan Sound Editor
Chris Fenton Co-producer
David Finfer Editor
Paul Fiore Executive Producer
Adam Gorgoni Score Composer
Rob Green Producer
Devorah Herbert Production Designer
Matthew T. Irving Cinematographer
Jillian Ann Kreiner Costumes/Costume Designer
Gerald Lajuanie Special Effects
Lennen Madere Camera Operator
Anne McCarthy Casting
Stavros Merjos Producer
Chris Moore Executive Producer
David K. Nami Special Effects Supervisor
Michael Nami Special Effects
Sam Nazarian Executive Producer
Malcolm Petal Executive Producer, Producer
Brian Pitt Asst. Director
Jay Rifkin Producer
Adam Rosenfelt Producer
Scott Sanders Sound Editor
Marc Schaberg Executive Producer
Jay Scully Casting
Jonathan Shestack Executive Producer
Dean Shull Co-producer
Peter Soldinger Musical Direction/Supervision
Amy Staub Casting
Tommy Staub Casting
Sam Watson Sound Mixer
Randy Winograd Co-producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Waiting... [WS Unrated and Raw Deluxe Edition], Disc 1
1. Home Sweet Home [5:54]
2. Frontal Male Nudity [4:25]
3. The New Guy [5:57]
4. Pep Talk [3:39]
5. The Power [4:14]
6. Hard to Get [7:24]
7. Going Senile [4:52]
8. Your Tip [1:25]
9. Never a Complaint [3:13]
10. Making a Move [2:23]
11. Woman's Opinion [3:51]
12. Dinner Rush [3:19]
13. Management Card [1:46]
14. Work Relations [3:04]
15. Anger Management [1:55]
16. Keep It Up [3:37]
17. Big Winner [2:29]
18. The Bishop [2:11]
19. The Party [3:28]
20. Late Night [1:58]
21. Closing Time [:46]
22. Chet Miller [4:17]
23. All in Perspective [3:18]
24. A Good Friend [2:23]
25. Is Something Wrong? [1:34]
26. Next Wednesday [3:22]
27. Made Man [1:16]
28. End Credits [5:35]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Waiting... [WS Unrated and Raw Deluxe Edition], Disc 1
   Order Up
   A la Carte
   Foreigners
      Audio: 5.1 Dolby Digital Audio
      Audio: 2.0 Dolby Digital Audio
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Spanish
      Subtitles: None
   Special Sauces
      Deleted Scenes
         Play All
         Maybe We're All Gay
         Wash Your Hands a Lot
         Serena & Amy Sum Up Their Tables
         Floyd Screws With Dean #1
         It's "Tea" Time
         We're Beggars
         That Never Stopped Dan
         Starting the Dream Fire
         Meat!
         Mature for Your Age
         Where's the Party?
         Floyd Screws With Dean #2
         Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
      Outtakes
         Play All
         Balis Shows Ryan "The Log" for Real
         Dan Wants to Play the Penis Showing Game
         Foreigners!
         Some Pubes From My Gigantic Ball Sack
         I'd Do Her
         Don't Mix Business & Pleasure
         Ice Pick (AKA The Genius of Justin and RPB)
         Where's My Chicken Sandwich?!?!
         Stall Stamina
         Naomi's Waaay Too Mad
         Fire!
         F**k You Ryan
         Mitch Startles Monty
         Rob Says "Hi"
         Calvin Pees (Slo-Mo Fun With Midgets)
         "Is Natasha Here?" (Student Film Day)
         Seductive on the Bed
         The Firing (AKA The Genius of Koechner)
         The Illness of Max Kasch (Warning This Is Very Graphic)
      "That Little Extra" Documentary
         Play All
         In the Beginning
         Casting
         Off to New Orleans
         Designing Shenaniganz
         The Movie Geek Shot
         The Game
         First Time Director
         Credits
      Soundtrack Preview
         Alternative Champs - Gay 90s "Sample"
         Snatches of Pink - Dance "Sample"
         The Talk - I Started Running "Sample"
      Trailers
Disc #2 -- Waiting... [WS Unrated and Raw Deluxe Edition], Disc 2
   The Works
      Play All
      The Beginning
      Casting: The Leads
      The Look
      The Kitchen
      Casting II: Servers & Bartenders
      Music
      The Rap
      Casting III: Newbies
      Fraternization
      Accomodations
      The Fight
      Casting IV: The Veterans
      Jeff vs. Rob
      Casting V: And... Dane Cook
      Improv
      Last Call
   Expanded Telestrator Commentary
   Sending It Back: The Real Dish on Waiting Tables
   Side Dishes
      Alanna
      Dane
      Jfd
      Jordan
      Justin
      Kaitlin
      Koechner
      Max and Andy
      Rpe
      Vanessa
      Music
      Visuals
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    True to life!

    I used to wait tables & all I'm gonna say is that this movie isn't that far from the truth. millions of people go out to eat every day & I often wonder if they actually take the time to think about how they treat ppl who serve them their food? after watchin this movie I bet they will. ha ha ha (evil laugh) very funny movie. i dare all who eat out to buy this one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    So Funny

    I'm a big fan of Dane Cook, him and the rest of this cast were perfect together. I watch it every time I need a laugh, and when I need some inspiration to get up, live my life and have some fun.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Wanna snort soda through your nose?

    Then this is the movie for you! I laugh harder every time I see this movie. Just be careful- just when you think it is safe to take a drink, you'll start laughing and shoot your drink through your nose! I laugh even more when I think of people I've seen yell at servers...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    amazing

    I love this movie. It kept me laughing the entire time

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    terrible

    Oh gosh this movie was awful. I laughed like once. It was just awkward and lame. Don't waste your time.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    If you thought it was safe to yell at your servers......

    fantastic film. Great cast especialy reynolds. Its just like woking at a crazy restaurant anybody who's worked in TGIF or other chains like that will love this movie. Those who haven't need to see this so that maybe you can save yourself from some "unwanted indegestion". Also gives great description of a game no office can be without.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Absolutely hilarious.

    This movie is great. It's definitely not something you could let your kids see, but it has some incredibly funny moments. Ryan Reynolds is just as funny in this as he was in "Van Wilder" (and just as hot). Anyone who has worked in the food industry can appreciate this comedy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Good for one viewing

    This movie has it's funny moments, but overall it's really bland.

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