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1997 4.2/5 PG SuperHD 95 minutes

Two L.A. teens with summer jobs at Good Burger try to save their small restaurant when a corporate giant burger franchise moves in across the street.

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Kenan Thompson, Kel Mitchell, Abe Vigoda, Dan Schneider, Shar Jackson, Jan Schweiterman, Linda Cardellini, Sinbad, Ron Lester, Josh Server, Ginny Schreiber Directed by Brian Robbins

Children & Family Movies, Movies for ages 5 to 7, Movies for ages 8 to 10, Movies for ages 11 to 12, Family Comedies, Comedies

Language: English

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Rotten Tomatoes® Scores
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Movie Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes®

The meat of the piece is definitely FDA cinematically approved, and perfect if you like this brand of entertainment with the works.

Leonard Klady, Variety, 2008-05-21


Anyone who doesn't smile is probably either too adult to count or too dead to care.

Stephen Hunter, Washington Post, 2002-01-22


It's hysterically funny.

Anita Gates, New York Times, 2000-01-01


A laboriously slow suburban adventure...

Lisa Alspector, Chicago Reader, 2008-05-21


Few people can be so big-hearted as to tolerate Ed's agonizing brand of pedantic humour.

Derek Adams, Time Out, 2006-06-24


Take any two young people off the street and throw them into a movie, and they'd be no worse. No one could be worse.

Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle, 2000-01-01


Good Burger is not very well done. But it does have energy.

Andy Seiler, USA Today, 2000-01-01


It didn't do much for me, but I am prepared to predict that its target audience will have a good time.

Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times, 2000-01-01


The vast majority of me -- which is not 11 -- wanted several times to run screaming into the lobby and plunge my head into the nacho hot-cheese cauldron.

Jeff Millar, Houston Chronicle, 2000-01-01