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Waitress

Rated PG-13 for sexual content, language and thematic elements.

PG-13 107min.
 
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Trapped in a miserable marriage and blessed with the ability to transform her misery into delicious desserts, a small-town waitress finds her life forever changed by an unplanned pregnancy. Read More
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June 05, 2011
bebromana
A cute little sleeper film. It grows on you each time you see it. Definitely see in when you're in the mood to make pies. It's a bout the choices we make in life -- some good, some bad -- and pursuing our dreams. The characters are flawed, but they are real. There are no clear villians or heros in this piece. Even the husband, as reprehensible as he is, has some redeeming qualities. You can see
March 01, 2010
Pinkpuppy95
also im gonna miss adrienne shelly, i was looking forward to seeing another film of hers! r.i.p <3
January 21, 2009
DeniGuti
The characters really made the whole movie believable. Its sorry, that it can really be true to life, thats why some people may not like it. Life, just ain't perfect, and there is no sugar coating it. We just can't get it right and I give Shelly all the credit for tying to make a happy ending.
July 23, 2008
Tindall Faith
This movie is wonderful!!! I really enjoyed it. I think a lot of women can identify with the characters in this movie. I saw it on cable and I'll be buying it to add to my collection this weekend. Hats off to mis Russell!! Your performance is wonderful girl!!!
May 22, 2008
spacemaned
Romantic? Charming? This is one of the blackest, most shallow, and depressing movies of all time. Nothing uplifting. Not a character worth empathizing with; they are all villians. A bad, implausable story told badly. Humorless. An episode of "Cheaters" filmed in pastel would be more entertaining. The requisite "coma" of soap operas and chick flicks. And not even a good pie recipe.

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