In recent years, the two revived the Good Burger skit for The Tonight Show, and it returned again when Mitchell was involved with the All That revival.
It’s been over two decades since the release of Good Burger, and the Nickelodeon movie remains as popular as ever.
The film, which was based on the All That sketch of the same name, did solid box office numbers for Paramount.
While fans continue to enjoy it, Kel Mitchell continues to feel the love as well and can definitely appreciate the movie years later.
→ Full news story
You must be logged in to post a comment.
Want to submit Film content?
Animefice covers the latest Anime news.
Gamefice covers the latest Game news.
Screenfice covers the latest Film & TV news.
The Artifice is a long-form writing platform that covers a wide spectrum of art forms.