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The Wednesday Morning Breakfast Club

Newly-hired waitress, Megan, gets a taste of customer service when three elderly men walk into the restaurant one Wednesday morning. Crotchety, persnickety and eccentric, the three men give Megan a run for her money. In spite of initial impressions and the snide remarks of Martha, her co-waitress, Megan rolls up her sleeves and endeavors to be the best server possible for her three regular customers, and a slow but warm friendship blossoms.

  • Item 501597D
  • Region: All
  • Media Type: DVD
  • Running Time: 49 min.

Alternate formats: Digital Video - $9.99

Retail: $14.99
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Description

Newly-hired waitress, Megan, gets a taste of customer service when three elderly men walk into the restaurant one Wednesday morning. Crotchety, persnickety and eccentric, the three men give Megan a run for her money. In spite of initial impressions and the snide remarks of Martha, her co-waitress, Megan rolls up her sleeves and endeavors to be the best server possible for her three regular customers, and a slow but warm friendship blossoms.

DVD features:
• Optional English Subtitles
• Widescreen

Editorial Reviews

The WMBC is a film that rightly reveres our senior citizens for their wisdom and life experience. They are irreplaceable assets that subsequent generations should tap into; not neglect. Justin and Amanda Barber have produced a film that captures the heart of this issue and raises questions and challenges in an entertaining and heartwarming way.

This important story rightly honors our often-forgotten senior citizens. It's a beautifully written script that takes you on wonderful emotional journey. From beginning to end, it grabbed my attention and tugged at my heart. Justin and Amanda Barber produced an impactful film well beyond their years.

The Wednesday Morning Breakfast Club is a wonderful film—funny, touching, and sweet, but not too sweet. But although the story centers on the personalities and stories of senior citizens, it is not really about senior citizens. It’s about breaking stereotypes, and breaking through barriers of apathy so as to truly see other people and to care about them. We do this through the eyes of the cheerful and determined Megan, played by Stacey Bradshaw, who is the thread that ties the different stories together. Stacey, in her film debut, is not merely a “perky young waitress”—another stereotype that’s broken. She brings a sincerity and depth to Megan that makes us wonder from what well she draws her tenacious joy. I wish we knew more about this character, but that is a small fault worth overlooking. Just don’t overlook Breakfast Club. You should see this movie.

Customer Reviews

- The Wednesday Morning Breakfast Club

I am a little prejudiced of course as I played the cafe owner in this movie. I'll just say this. When given the script to read before filming I was entertained, I laughed, I cried, and it made me think. A wonderful movie for the whole family.

- Great family movie

I got to see this film screened at a film festival and quickly went home and bought it! It is a great movie for the whole family to enjoy!

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