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Format: DVD
Sku: 210462244
UPC: 031398105268
UPC 14: 00031398105268
Category Keywords: Coming Of Age  Farce  Friends  Live-Action  Sequel  Spoof
Rating: UR
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We Hoped You Saved Room.
This outrageous sequel to Waiting follows the continuing adventures of the wait staff at Shenaniganz restaurant. Many familiar faces are still there, showing a new generation of servers the ropes. Two years have passed, and Shenaniganz is dealing with stiff competition from the new Ta-Ta's Wing Shack next door. All the "best" waitresses have bolted to the wing joint -- where the clothes are shorter and the tips bigger -- and customers are following. The heat is on the Shenaniganz team to smash the competition, lift their numbers (and their hemlines), and remind the public who's got the tastiest fast food in town -- before it's curtains for their restaurant.
Editor's Note
It?s just another day at Shenaniganz, the family restaurant that?s fun for all ages. But this time, in the hilarious sequel to WAITING, some of the staff veterans from the first film give a brand-new crop of fresh-faced employees a lesson on how to serve with a smile--to ensure that the obnoxious customers don?t realize their waiter has snuck foreign substances into their food. But how much longer can Shenaniganz thrive after the ultra-competitive Ta-Ta?s Wing Shack sets up shop nearby and steals most of the once-beloved eatery's best waitresses? Luis Guzman, Rob Benedict, Alanna Ubach, Chi McBride, and Andy Milonakis return in this raunchy, side-splitting sequel that co-stars John Michael Higgins (BEST IN SHOW, KATH & KIM) and Adam Carolla (THE MAN SHOW, THE HAMMER). Penned by franchise creator Rob McKittrick, STILL WAITING also features an appearance by Justin Long.

Features

Video Features DVD, Widescreen, Unrated, English, Subtitled, Spanish

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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Lions Gate
Video Release Date Release Date: 2/14/2012
Video Play Time Running Time: 90 minutes
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 24834
Video UPC UPC: 00031398105268
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks:
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Anamorphic Widescreen  1.78:1

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Rob Benedict
Video Cast Info Chi McBride
Video Cast Info Luis Guzmán
Video Cast Info Andy Milonakis
Video Cast Info Justin Long
Video Cast Info John Michael Higgins
Video Cast Info Max Kasch
Video Cast Info Steve Howey
Video Cast Info Alanna Ubach
Video Cast Info Chris Williams
Video Cast Info Vanessa Lengies - Host
Video Cast Info Adam Corolla - Featured
Video Cast Info Jeff Balis - Director

Professional Reviews

eFilmCritic.com 5 of 10
2005's "Waiting" was a lowbrow plunge into the endless ocean of raunchy comedy, finding some merit within its lived-in perspective on the cruel business of being a chain restaurant server. The movie ended up a cult hit, perhaps in great part to its vocational candor. Now the dubious DTV barrel vomits up the sequel, "Still Waiting," and it's crushing to observe the follow-up assume a Cro-Magnon comedic vision over an effort to build on the universal eatery frustrations of the original picture...Shockingly, "Waiting" mastermind Rob McKittrick passed on the director's chair for this continuation, instead contributing only a screenplay. So remarkably self-assured that crude comic concepts and blue-streak profanity were the only possible reasons anyone bothered to endure the previous film, McKittrick digs even further into the dark recesses of his narrow artistic mind to dream up a fresh round of gross-out set-pieces and various shockers to keep the alleged faithful satisfied...The director here is Jeff Balis, perhaps best known as the carrot-topped whipping boy producer of the "Project Greenlight" television series. Being Balis's filmmaking debut, there's little hope for the director to soften McKittrick's blows and reshape the project's dementia. It's a sluggish directorial job, more about survival than a needed creative explosion. However, "Still Waiting's" relentless irritation is hardly Balis's fault..."Waiting" was a wildly uneven experience to begin with, making the inability of "Still Waiting" to top it unbelievable. Imagined as a crude 90 minutes of repetitive, obnoxious behavior, "Still Waiting" is a dreadful movie, and worse, if you can believe this one, something of a disappointment. With nothing new to offer the world of restaurant parody, this needless sequel is more skilled at lowering IQs than generating laughs. - Brian Orndorf

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