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The brutal former heavyweight boxing champion Cleon “Slammin’” Salmon (Duncan), now owner of a Miami restaurant, institutes a competition to see which waiter can earn the most money in one night: the winner stands to gain $10,000, while the loser will endure a beating at the hands of the champ.

The Slammin Salmon is brought to you by The Broken Lizard gang (Super Troopers and Beerfest) and although it is not as good as either of the 2 previously mentioned films it does stand on its own as being pretty funny. Like their other movies you can expect The Slammin Salmon to be a wild and raunchy comedy, so fans of those types of movies should be pleased. Some parts of the movie feel similar to the older comedy Waiting, but for the most part they put their own spin on the restaurant world. There were also a few scenes that were terribly cliched, but they still managed to put a slight spin on it to keep it from getting dull.

Michael Clarke Duncan steals the show as “The Champ” and I’ve never realized he could be that funny. On the flip side the female actresses weren’t too funny and only seemed to setup jokes for other characters. The Broken Lizard group was funny as usual, but Jay Chandrasekhar had the funniest parts of the group. As with these types of movies the plot wasn’t too important, but they did a good job with mixing in the jokes amongst the main plot and many character sub plots. Overall The Slammin Salmon is a very good raunchy comedy and should please most fans.

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My Rating: 8/10

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The Slammin Salmon Review, 7.5 out of 10 based on 4 ratings

Originally posted 2010-03-26 08:57:31.


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