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SynopsisBoth dumped by their girlfriends, two best friends seek refuge in the local mall.
Attributes: Simple, Light, Watch With Friends
Genre: Romance, Comedy
Release date: October 20, 1995
Runtime: 94 min
Director: Kevin Smith
Writer: Kevin Smith
Main cast: Jason Lee, Jeremy London, Shannen Doherty, Claire Forlani, Ben Affleck, Joey Lauren Adams, Michael Rooker, Jason Mewes
Loved this. Funny writing, good characters. Take it for what it is.
A great 'life in the day of' movie. Great characters, funny writing, and endlessly re-watchable. One of Kevin Smiths best, worth the watch
Hilarious, great cast
Probably my favorite Kevin Smith Film. Maybe it’s the nostalgia from it, but solid characters and hilarious jokes
If you are a Kevin Smith fan you will like it otherwise you won’t
Some funny moments. The only real downside is the unrealistic acting/dialogue. The whole film felt average with some redeeming qualities.
It is what it is, doesn’t pretend to be anything more.
One of the most underrated movies of all time and one of the funniest as well!
Loved this movie. Some great Jay & Silent Bob shenanigans. I think this is Jason Lee at his best. The Stan Lee role was marvelous.
I absolutely love Brodie and Jason Lee is fantastic in this role! Not as smart or funny as Clerks but has enough genuinely funny jokes
Personally one of Kevin Smith's funniest and best movies. Iconic characters, quotes, and lots of laughs.
This is when Kevin Smith takes the “slacker” movie and cranks it up a couple notches with some hilarious scenarios. A classic Smith film.
Classic comedy with a cult following, definitely worth seeing for any Kevin Smith or Jay and Silent Bob fan
Fantastic comedy. Not as solid storywise as Clerks, but still stellar
Great films, definitely one of Kevin Smith’s best movies
Really nice, funny and entertaining movie. A good time and a good movie to watch with friends.
Just a great comedy that makes me laugh so much.
Dumb in a smart way, Kevin Smith at its best... A little bit for everyone... And what a Cameo.
Despite every character having the same voice, there's still some charm and memorable wit here