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October 6, 2005 | Susan Carpenter, Times Staff Writer
IF you've ever suspected a waitress of spitting in your soda, your worst fears will be confirmed in the film "Waiting ...." From the kitchen staff's defiling of customer dinners to the waiters' sexualized antics and unwashed hands, the new food-service comedy contains so many vile and gag-inducing scenes that even die-hard restaurant-goers will want to cook at home. "All of the stuff in the movie is a comedic exaggeration of what happens.
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October 7, 2005 | Kevin Crust, Times Staff Writer
Working food service should be mandatory for all citizens, like jury duty or paying taxes. It teaches young people humility and demonstrates humanity at its worst, making most subsequent jobs seem easy by comparison. Staying at such jobs for too long, however, can lead to burnout, lack of self-worth and arrested adolescence.
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ENTERTAINMENT
October 7, 2005 | Kevin Crust, Times Staff Writer
Working food service should be mandatory for all citizens, like jury duty or paying taxes. It teaches young people humility and demonstrates humanity at its worst, making most subsequent jobs seem easy by comparison. Staying at such jobs for too long, however, can lead to burnout, lack of self-worth and arrested adolescence.
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October 6, 2005 | Susan Carpenter, Times Staff Writer
IF you've ever suspected a waitress of spitting in your soda, your worst fears will be confirmed in the film "Waiting ...." From the kitchen staff's defiling of customer dinners to the waiters' sexualized antics and unwashed hands, the new food-service comedy contains so many vile and gag-inducing scenes that even die-hard restaurant-goers will want to cook at home. "All of the stuff in the movie is a comedic exaggeration of what happens.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 11, 2009 | Michael Ordona
Luis Guzman caught the train late and had no idea where it was going. "I didn't study acting," says one of the busiest character actors around, calling his career "a fluke." "I pretty much was a street kid growing up, always involved in the neighborhood and all the different characters. I hung out with poets and musicians and community activists. I met Cesar Chavez when I was 17. This is everything I use. My career is a reflection of my life.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 11, 2005 | Kevin Crust and Kinsey Lowe
Friday Cry Wolf Thriller Focus Features With: Julian Morris, Lindy Booth, Jared Padalecki, Jon Bon Jovi, Sandra McCoy, Kristy Wu The idea: An Internet prank comes back to haunt a high school "liars' club" when someone -- or something -- begins hunting its members. Writers: Jeff Wadlow & Beau Bauman Director: Wadlow * So?
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