Good Burger has been serving the community’s fast food need for years, but now, across thestreet, comes the colossal building that houses Mondo Burger, a mega-chain set on wiping outthe little guy. To Good Burger’s doubtful rescue come its employees, led by the clumsy Dexter(Kenan Thompson) and the sublimely stupid Ed (Kel Mitchell).
The stereo mix is in both 5.1 and 2.0 surround, and is very lively, especially when it comes tothe music. Thund…ring and given and a big, wide sound, the music nevertheless never drowns outthe dialogue (which is itself distortion-free). The sound effects could be a bit better. There aresome nice left-right-and-all-around moments (such as with a fly), and the environmental effectsare definitely there, but the background effects could be pumped up somewhat. A good, clearsoundtrack all the same.
Barring a couple of grainy exterior shots, this is otherwise a handsome disc. The print is inexcellent condition, and the colours are almost explosively vibrant, very much in keeping withthe tone of the film. Fine flesh tones, contrasts and blacks, and no visible pixellation or othertransfer problems. Basically, as eye-popping as it should be, though the 1.78:1 ratio strikes me asa likely half measure.
Nothing at all, and the menu is basic.
Straight-ahead, goofy slapstick. For kids, but might work for older viewers in the rightmood.