Release Date : May 2, 2007 Wide Genre Movie :Drama,Romance,Comedy
Mpaa Rating : PG-13
Actors :Keri Russell,Nathan Fillion,Cheryl Hines,Adrienne Shelly,Jeremy Sisto,Lew Temple,Andy Griffith,Edward Jemison,Sarah Hunley,Darby Stanchfield,Nora Paradiso,Eddie Jemison
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. Every day, Jenna (Keri Russell) ties on her apron and serves her customers with a smile, and every night she goes to bed knowing that she is one step closer to the day that she can kiss her scarily domineering husband (Jeremy Sisto) goodbye forever. A smart and sassy baker whose extraordinary pies are inspired by her daily trials and tribulations, Jenna fears that her dreams are all but dead when handsome Dr. Pomatter (Nathan Fillion) reveals that she is soon to become a mother. As Jenna begins penning a series of letters to her unborn baby, her life starts to change for the better in ways she never could have imagined. The final film from actress/filmmaker Adrienne Shelly, Waitress debuted at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah just months after the director was discovered dead in her New York City apartment -- the victim of a homicide. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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New Review For Movie WaitressWaitress is not a perfectly cut, factory-line Safeway-brand slice. It does, though, serve up a generous deep-dish portion, homemade and heartfelt, that leaves a sweet taste goes down.
Shelly's film (regrettably her last) may be a fine folly for foodies. But as a fable of female empowerment, it seriously lacks flavor.
David Fear-Time Out
This bittersweet romantic farce teeters and then tips into precious, a forgivable sin once you know this sweet movie's sad history.
Roger Moore-Orlando Sentinel
While Shelly's film trades in an especially outrageous form of girl-movie self-consciousness, she's completely sincere when it comes to making her heroine the irresistible repository of our sympathies.
Geoff Pevere-Toronto Star
This is an ensemble piece in which everyone is allowed to shine.
John Hartl-Seattle Times
Russell is the magic ingredient that holds all this together.
Bruce Newman-San Jose Mercury News
Adrienne Shelly's lasting legacy is this exquisite, engaging film about slices of life, Keri Russell's luminosity, an unhurried narrative, Andy Griffith's codger delighting in schadenfreude and even Jeremy Sisto making his abhorrent character relatable.
Allergic as I am to quirkiness, I was won over
Fernando F. Croce-CinePassion
... Fillion offers up an endlessly charismatic performance...
David Nusair-Reel Film Reviews
Adrienne Shelly's last piece has all the right ingredients.
full of whiney characters that eventually make the right decisions only after an unprecedented amount of hand-wringing
Kevin Carr-7M Pictures
It's a love letter of the first degree, the kind that rises out of trepidation and confusion, almost by accident, with a sudden force of absolute clarity.
Robert Davis-Paste Magazine
Waitress is a beautiful and poignant swan song for what should have been the vanguard of a blossoming career.
Brandon Fibbs-Colorado Springs Gazette
Keri Russell sparkles in this story about a piemaker who longs for something more filling.
Wesley Lovell-Cinema Sight
Completely inauthentic in every detail--the cinematic equivalent of an apple pie from Perkins.
Stephen Himes-Film Snobs
Despite Shelly's twist of disturbing fate, WAITRESS will be a memorialized nod of a little gem of a film that delivered a slice of pie to our hungry, entertaining expectations
Frank Ochieng-Movie Eye
I dare you to sit through Waitress and not fall for Russell.Her face is open like a baby's and sculpted like a goddess'.
It's a small movie set in a small town, and features actors who were most famous for parts on the small screen. And it also just happens to be one of the more entertaining movies of the year.
Scott Nash-Three Movie Buffs
Nothing can distract from the inherent joy of experiencing this undeniably tasty creation.
Its almost-bedtime-story delivery heightens its design as a parable about finding focus and clarity after enduring much chaos and wading through the mud.
Jeffrey Chen-Window to the Movies
Adrienne Shelly's promising career was cut short when she was murdered in her Manhattan apartment by an illegal alien. At the time of her death, she was completing this engaging dramedy which she had written, directed and co-starred in as well.
Kam Williams-Sly Fox
A rare girl homage to sassy, savory and self-effacing Southern women.
A tender memoir in spite of the caveats that nearly drag this down into made for television hokum...
Felix Vasquez Jr.-Cinema Crazed
Indie tackles tough topics but is as sweet as pie.
Sandie Angulo Chen-Common Sense Media
Impossible relationships are the focus of Waitress, a wonderfully quirky film about pies, lies and happiness
Urban Cinefile Critics-Urban Cinefile
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Movie Overview For WaitressJenna is a pregnant, unhappily married waitress in the deep south. She meets a newcomer to her town and falls into an unlikely relationship as a last attempt at happiness.
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