The Broken Lizard troupe is back with The Slammin' Salmon, a comedy revolving around a restaurant whose former heavyweight champion owner, Cleon Salmon (Michael Clarke Duncan), sets his waitstaff against each other in a competition to see who can win the most tips, with the winner taking home a cash prize and the lowest earner winning a beatdown from the champ. Troupe member Kevin Heffernan makes his directorial debut with the picture, taking over the reigns from Jay Chandrasekhar, who directed all of Lizard's films up till this point. ~ Jeremy Wheeler, Rovi
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Their weakest attempt in my opinion but I'm one of the few people that Love Beerfest and Club Dread. Kevin H. directs for the first time and I would compare the results closer to the troups first film directed by Jay, Puddle Cruiser. I'm sure his talents will grow with practice but as is the least funny of the Broken Lizard films. Still funnier then anything Dane Cook or Larry the Cable dork have done.
Not as fresh as Super Troopers, but if you are a Broken Lizard fan I'm sure you'll like this. Same sort of humor occurs throughout this movie, I personally prefer this movie to Beer Fest and Club Dread.