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    Upon seeing her beautiful new baby, Jenna (Keri Russell) gains the courage to divorce her abusive husband (Jeremy Sisto).
    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.
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    Cast: Nathan Fillion, Jeremy Sisto, Keri Russell
    Director: Adrienne Shelly
    Producers: Robert Bauer, Todd King, Brigitte Mueller, Danielle Renfrew, Michael Roiff, Jeff Rose
    Screenwriter: Adrienne Shelly
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Comments • 82

  • Bogmire42
    Bogmire42 5 days ago

    Begone, troll.

  • zoeydebra
    zoeydebra 25 days ago +1

    That's a big baby

  • kajico01
    kajico01 26 days ago

    ¿ Cómo veo esta película, alguien que pudiera orientar? Gracias 😊.

  • GiGixx621625
    GiGixx621625 Month ago

    I remember how I so wanted my sister to have this moment, only to be disapointed

  • Migel Vazkez
    Migel Vazkez Month ago


  • ROSE quartz
    ROSE quartz Month ago

    Her pie look so good through the entire movie

  • KingdomHeartsFan3211
    KingdomHeartsFan3211 Month ago +1

    Now *this* is how you tell a guy like Earl what's what.

  • FuddyduddyBella
    FuddyduddyBella Month ago

    I had no idea this was a movie

  • Kelsey Wu
    Kelsey Wu 2 months ago

    Lulu ❤

  • Natalia Amaya
    Natalia Amaya 2 months ago

    I love this movie

  • H L
    H L 2 months ago


  • My Name
    My Name 3 months ago +1

    Ok I know I am breaking the magic here but where are her legs?

  • SpaceCat -
    SpaceCat - 3 months ago

    My name is Jenna

  • UnluckyAmulet
    UnluckyAmulet 4 months ago +76

    With that look she's giving Earl and her blonde hair and green eyes, Jenna looks like a lioness.

    • KingdomHeartsFan3211
      KingdomHeartsFan3211 Month ago +1

      Women like Jenna are not to be trifled with. They are a force to be reckoned with.

  • Jane-Ann Armstrong
    Jane-Ann Armstrong 4 months ago +2

    The definition of MOTHER BEAR!!

  • Abigael Anderson
    Abigael Anderson 5 months ago +77

    I love that through the entire movie she isn’t sure she can be a mom and is to stick in her ways to leave Earl, but the second she lays eyes on her baby it’s like...this. This is all that matters. ❤️

  • Smoked Memes
    Smoked Memes 5 months ago

    What kind of a name is "lulu"?

  • chiribitica monica lopez
    chiribitica monica lopez 6 months ago +1

    It's the movie of my year 2018

  • La Bambina Legazpi
    La Bambina Legazpi 6 months ago

    Does anyone know what the name of the song that is played in this scene?! ☺️

  • Katelyn wouldn'tyouliketoknow

    One of the best sences in Waitress(play and/or movie)

  • bels dacumos
    bels dacumos 8 months ago

    what is the title of the song they used?

  • ALLY S
    ALLY S 10 months ago +7

    I luv this scene! It’s almost as if the baby represents new life for Jenna (futurewise without her abusive husband)

  • Julianne Hannes
    Julianne Hannes 11 months ago +9

    I like to believe this scene of her threatening Earl led to Keri being cast in The Americans

  • mality
    mality 11 months ago +1

    Seeing this makes wanna have a child

    • Julianne Hannes
      Julianne Hannes 11 months ago +1

      i need serious help Same but then I see We Need To Talk About Kevin and change my mind

  • Caitlynn Zanelli
    Caitlynn Zanelli 11 months ago +1

    I remember watching this with my Mum when I was little

  • E Crouse
    E Crouse Year ago +225

    I think that Jenna always had the strength to leave Earl. All she needed was that one extra, AMAZING push. God bless Adrienne Shelley.

  • StikWitClassics
    StikWitClassics Year ago +5

    Doesn't anyone else wish they could have picked a cuter baby?

  • Weston Bourgeois
    Weston Bourgeois Year ago


  • ZombieJunkie 2
    ZombieJunkie 2 Year ago +45

    Glad the doctor was there while she said all that. Get him the hell out of there!

    • Grace Stenberg
      Grace Stenberg Month ago +2

      Well he obviously wasn’t happy he had a daughter, so it’s just as well he chose to miss the boat! His karma is by the time he realizes it’s his fault for being a bad husband, Lulu will be in high school focusing on other important things, Jenna will be a self-sufficient single parent and business owner, and he’ll have to live with his bad behavior and deadbeat attitude for the rest of his life determined to be miserable forever with his fists shoved in his denim pockets!

  • McKenna Henderson
    McKenna Henderson Year ago +1


  • Hans Ruhlmann
    Hans Ruhlmann Year ago +8

    I very love this movie, its one of my favorites. And That way baby Lulu smiling on is just so cuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuute😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍

  • Hans Ruhlmann
    Hans Ruhlmann Year ago +17

    I very love this movie, and the baby is so cute when it smiling

  • StarCarNation 354
    StarCarNation 354 Year ago +7

    This is so pure

  • danakscully64
    danakscully64 Year ago +218

    Today's a day like any other
    But I am changed
    I am a mother
    Oh in an instant
    And who I was has disappeared
    It doesn't matter, now you're here
    So innocent

    • Thomas Dale
      Thomas Dale 6 months ago

      Well Ms Scully you should've thought about that before you gave up poor little William...

    • danakscully64
      danakscully64 Year ago +8

      Everything channnnnnges. :)

    • Ariana Castaluccio-Vilani
      Ariana Castaluccio-Vilani Year ago +12

      danakscully64 I was lost for you to find and now I'm yours and you are mine 💖💖💔

  • MissLalove123
    MissLalove123 Year ago +5

    Best part in the whole movie!

  • Joseph Clayson
    Joseph Clayson Year ago +52

    She was just like "bitch, you try to touch me while there's this newborn in my arms and a doctor in the room. Yeah, that's what i thought" best part of the movie😂😂

  • gabriela rosso
    gabriela rosso 2 years ago +1

    La pelicula es hermosa.... pero la bebe es HORRIBLE, ESPANTOSA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11

  • Sharkonabicycle
    Sharkonabicycle 2 years ago +15

    Strong independent woman... just needed a man's giant inheritance to finally realize it, lmao. What a joke.

    • Chrysaura
      Chrysaura Year ago +7

      Just needed to love someone outside herself to realize the strength she had all along. That's not something a worthless, unloved little slimeball like you would understand :) After all, no woman wants you.

    • Femme Appeal
      Femme Appeal Year ago +20

      Lone you did a great job over-viewing some of the many reasons why this scene works as beautifully as it does, but there is one element I wanted to add.
      It is not unheard of, AT ALL, for people in abusive relationships to finally have the strength to completely burn all bridges - even when they are are financially trapped in a physically abusive relationship - when they have a baby. There's a weird thing that happens when you have a kid, you get this dual sense of what you need to do/give/sacrifice for your child, and how you also need to stand up for yourself for their benefit.
      I spent 3 years with an abusive partner, who dumped me while I was pregnant. And for the first few months of that pregnancy I actually thought I wanted him back. Seeing how he behaved in relation to my pregnancy, and how he put himself above the needs of me and the baby the entire time - not by leaving me, mind you, for other things like refusing to keep a part-time job because he couldn't take the 'stress', while I was throwing up day and night and working two jobs - helped me see him and our relationship in a new perspective. Without the events that surrounded my pregnancy, it might've taken my post-adolescent brain YEARS to see how destructive and damaging that relationship was, and how damned lucky I was that he left me.
      Jenna spends this entire movie trying not to think about this baby in a positive light, to disconnect herself from any part of the "Yay I'm having a baby," experience, because she sees the baby as the destruction of her plans to finally escape Earl. So none of those feelings or perspectives hit her, until she has her daughter in her arms. That's why this scene is shot as it is, with the narrowed perspective and blurring of elements outside the bubble she is in with the baby.
      Ironically, she saw her one chance to get out as winning the pie contest - and resented the baby even more when Earl found the travel money to get her to the contest, and she had to pretend she was hiding it for baby furniture. But dumping him in the hospital represented an even better means of escape. Because there she could tell him how she really felt and end it, with other people around to physically protect her/Lulu & testify to his unstable and abusive attitudes later.
      The actual theme of this film is - Jenna knew all along she could be strong and independent, but struggled to stand up until she had someone besides herself to stand up for.

    • LoneCommenter
      LoneCommenter 2 years ago +92

      1. She doesn't realize that she inherited the money until the next scene, aka after she breaks it off with her abusive husband.
      2. The inheritance is for the diner, not the old man's entire fortune.
      3. She was living in an abusive relationship where she was trying to save up to leave her abuser, only for him to find it later on. So even if she did have the courage to leave him via the inheritance, it wouldn't have been less valid. Being abused doesn't mean you're weak, it's usually a lot of emotional/mental manipulation (and he was physically abusive too), so there's that.

  • Mountain Girl
    Mountain Girl 2 years ago +24

    This is one of my "All Time" favorite movies!! This, Beaches and Terms Of Endearment! This is my favorite part of the movie! Can you imagine someone being as much of a controlling jerk as he is??? Does anyone know what year this movie was to take place?? I thought maybe the 70's!

    • Melissa Plouff
      Melissa Plouff 8 months ago

      My three faves too!!

    • Femme Appeal
      Femme Appeal Year ago +3

      It wasn't a period piece at all. It took place in current time, which was 2007. They just lived in a very small-town, rural kind of place.

  • Sotnas
    Sotnas 2 years ago +89

    I love that she finally told him to get lost. On the other hand, the movie used a baby as a deus ex machina which I think is funny.

    • Miss Priss
      Miss Priss 7 months ago +10

      Not really. When people have children, they are usually motivated to make positive changes in their lives. All she could see in this moment was that she could not leave the hospital with her husband and allow her precious baby to be reared in such a negative and violent home.

    • Kyle Allen
      Kyle Allen Year ago +7

      umm what. she was pregnant from the start how is that a deus ex machina

  • AzucaNegra16
    AzucaNegra16 2 years ago +35

    The best scene of the movie!

  • Claudia Hernandez
    Claudia Hernandez 2 years ago +3

    alguien sabe donde puedo ver la peliçula completa en español porfavor

  • Jesse AAA
    Jesse AAA 2 years ago +5

    what a great film. this is one of my favorite movie moments.

  • Aracely Ramos
    Aracely Ramos 2 years ago +9

    the movie..the song ..just love it

  • sahar gh
    sahar gh 2 years ago +1

    What's the name of this song on this video? Please

    • Liz Caloi
      Liz Caloi 2 years ago +1

      the song is Give It Away by Quincy Coleman

  • Olivia Zhang
    Olivia Zhang 2 years ago +77

    One of the most touching moments in any movie I've ever watched. I tear up every time :')

  • Curt Landis
    Curt Landis 3 years ago +8

    Who's the artist singing? isn't on the soundtrack! great movie!!

  • Rojin Safar
    Rojin Safar 3 years ago +1


  • Myra Juarez
    Myra Juarez 3 years ago +44

    OK is it me or is that MD hot?

    • Femme Appeal
      Femme Appeal Year ago +3

      People forget he was also an excellent jukebox repairman turned fireman before he was a space cowboy. Not to mention an Emmy-nominated Joey Buchanan. A man's Buchananity is what separates him from reptiles and lawn furniture. :)

    • oatmealboy6
      oatmealboy6 3 years ago +36

      +Myra Juarez In this spare time he's a space cowboy and a mystery novellist.

  • PaninaroAurora
    PaninaroAurora 3 years ago +446

    I love how she's so focused on the baby, she's ignoring Earl's yelling and the doctor removing him.

    • ALLY S
      ALLY S 10 months ago +9

      He never was an important thing in her life. He was preventing her from everything else that WAS important

    • girl1213
      girl1213 Year ago +14

      He's no longer the important thing in her life, the baby is.

    • Emily Katherine
      Emily Katherine 2 years ago

      PaninaroAurora I wish I knew what he was saying though

  • RealDiva1971
    RealDiva1971 3 years ago +219

    I don't love you Earl I haven't loved you in years I want a divorce
    I want you the hell out of my life you are never to touch me ever again I am done with you If you ever come within six yards of me I will flatten your sorry ass & I will enjoy doing it
    Best movie breakup scene EVER!!!!

    • KingdomHeartsFan3211
      KingdomHeartsFan3211 Month ago

      _That_ is how you tell a guy like Earl what's what.

    • rosa jimenez
      rosa jimenez 3 years ago +1

      I love that scene

    • gwenscoggins1
      gwenscoggins1 3 years ago +3

      +RealDiva1971 I agree ! I love this movie ! I've seen it several times waiting for this scene because it's my favorite one in the whole movie :)

    • Mary Jane
      Mary Jane 3 years ago +3

      +RealDiva1971 it was sooo sad..the news about Joe, he was a sweet man ):

    • Nichole Jones
      Nichole Jones 3 years ago +4

      Such a good scene. love this movie, one of my all time favorites

  • M W
    M W 3 years ago +4

    I love this movie

  • Brian Moore
    Brian Moore 3 years ago +175

    Adrienne Shelly's final work is heartwarming and sincere. I rate good movies by time and this one holds up.

    • Julianne Hannes
      Julianne Hannes 11 months ago +4

      I curse the man who killed her

    • Nichole Jones
      Nichole Jones 3 years ago +28

      It is terribly underrated. Such a genuine, from the heart film.