The Waiter (2010)

Not Rated   |    |  Action, Crime, Drama

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A man travels through corporate corruption and his own sin to find his soul.




  • Robert Z'Dar in The Waiter (2010)
  • Glenn Morshower in The Waiter (2010)
  • Glenn Morshower and Randal Reeder in The Waiter (2010)
  • Charles Durning in The Waiter (2010)
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21 November 2007 | breadnbuddah
| Solid Piece of Work, A Must See for Beginners
I attended a private screening of this film in Los Angeles last week. The screening went very well and the director took time to talk to everyone that was willing to talk to him. I was very impressed with the overall production of this film. Many of the people attending were a bit over the top with praise of the film. However, this is not to say that I think they were wrong in this level of praise. The film was a good film, very deep yet still entertaining. The most remarkable aspect of the film was the budget and the conditions by which these filmmakers completed this monumental task. I have been in production for nearly 15 years and the only comparison I could draw would be that of El Mariachi. I would say that this film wins out in acting performances and level of talent they were able to attract for little money. The look and production value also were outstanding. With that said, the film had the typical low budget production flaws. The lighting was good, the picture the camera gave was great, sound was good (however they said it hadn't been completed yet so I expect it will be very good), coverage could have been better, however the shots were at times very captivating. The thing that struck me most about the film and the reason why everyone seemed to be jumping on the band wagon was more about the charisma of the director. The film at times was vague and obtuse and demanded the audiences full attention. Many attendees I literally saw light bulbs appear above their heads during the Q&A. The director had a very strong vision and was extremely articulate in his answers. All in all, I would say that this film will probably have a strong DVD release, there is some dark humor so maybe even a cult following. I do think that the director and his partners will be very successful given the projects to come that he presented at the screening. I recommend any aspiring film makers or students rent this film, or buy it, it will show you a lot about how to do it right the first time.

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Release Date:

14 March 2010



Country of Origin


Filming Locations

Austin, Texas, USA

Box Office


$1,235,000 (estimated)

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