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Parents need to know that Waffle Street, from James Adams’ 2010 memoir of the same title, tells the true story of a bright young MBA who participated in some of Wall Street’s unsavory practices, took the fall for his company’s wrongdoing, and found redemption as a server at a waffle restaurant. There probably isn’t much to appeal to kids here, but aside from rare uses of such words as “s–t,” “mofo,” hell,” and “bastard,” there also isn’t much that would be inappropriate. There are some mentions of sex and marijuana, and characters smoke and drinks. The fact that Adams learned many lessons about decency, business, economics, people, and life makes him likable and perhaps of interest as a cautionary tale about the allure and pitfalls of seeking wealth above all and the transformative powers of doing good.
Although he was basically a good guy, Jim Adams (James Lafferty) nevertheless succumbed to pressures and engaged in unethical practices common in the financial world of the 2000s, spending six years “talking people out of their money.” When the iffy nature of the $200 million investment he put together became public, his company threw him under the bus to save face. Ready to start a family with his wife, he searched for “honest” work and took a job as a server at a waffle restaurant. WAFFLE STREET, adapted from his book about the experience, gives us a good guy armed with an MBA and a knack for numbers cast into the world of blue-collar work. He sets out from his beautiful house each morning in his Audi convertible to serve waffles, clean clogged toilets, and learn to treat all customers, no matter how weird or unpleasant, with courtesy and patience. Driven to purchase the franchise, which requires he put in a thousand hours to qualify, he works double shifts and sells the car and house. When he loses his chance to buy, he realizes that he has already been taught so much by his new friend, the grill cook (Danny Glover), and the many restaurant regulars he’s met. This inspires him to use his financial skills to help those who need money rather than who already have lots of it.
based redemption tale has some cursing. Read Common Sense Media’s Waffle Street review, age rating, and parents guide. Waffle Street parents guide data unavailable. Languages. Bahasa Indonesia Deutsch English Español Français Italiano Nederlands.Could you imagine working for a multi-billion dollar hedge fund, being on the brink of a promotion, and then being fired and having to work …