Comedy • R • 1997 • 1 hr 54 min
Good romantic comedy with outdated views on the LGBTQ community, still worth watching for the message
Something a little different from Kevin Smith, a welcome addition to his catalog
"Dogma" is my personal favorite watch of Kevin's Smith's films, "Clerks" is his most popular,but I feel that "Chasing Amy" is his best! 9/10
not as good as his others but it has a charm to it. it's a bit moodier and less comedic
A more interesting and unique movie in the Jay and Silent Bob saga. A fun departure from the usual stoner comedies in the saga.
This was pretty groundbreaking in the mainstream at the time, and is arguably Smith’s best film, funny yet heart wrenching
Great movie even if half the dialogue is yelling
Love this movie, one of the first movies I saw when I was learning I loved movies. Wasn't Star Wars or Indiana Jones. It was a real movie.
One of the weaker view askewniverse things but still pretty good
The first half of this movie is the best movie ive ever seen. The second half is the worst movie ive ever seen. The car scene is just awful.
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