Kevin's movies are great!

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Posted by CATIE at on August 05, 2003 at 16:15:31:

In Reply to: Quick thoughts on the progression of Kevin's films posted by Jim Shady on August 05, 2003 at 12:59:18:

I guess I am just missing the sell out part......

Clerks was an amazing movie! It came out when I was in HS and I swear for the longest time I thought it was a local (northern NJ) spoof. Because every weekend my friends and I hung out in the parking lot of certain Cumberland Farms while we waited for which ever one of us was working that night to get off so we could continue to hang out in the parking lot. Kevin captured ever aspect of that long ago life! From randomly eating things off the shelves, tearing the covers off of mags so we could take them, all the way down to locking up to do some extra curricular activities , thankfully not with dead guys though.

Mallrats was great too. Fly Fat Ass Fly! That was some funny shit! Even if you miss some of the more subtle hidden humor the movie is still really good. If you go out today and try to buy it I bet that you cant find it in the stores! You will find that little plastic Mallrats place holder thingy but no movie. I had to order from here after six months of serious searching for it at places like Best Buy, Blockbuster, Walmart, FYE, etc. That is one hell of a movie to still be selling out. DUHHHHHHH!

Chasing Amy V the post said he got off lightly with this one. What the hell are you talking about. Its was a great movie. If people cant handle to see good shit like this they shouldnt watch it. But give me a break with the controversial crap. Its a good movie!

Dogma V Alanis Morissette is GOD! GEORGE CARLIN is a CARDINAL! There is a buddy CHRIST. I am catholic, I wasnt offended. The movie is HYSTERICAL. So what is the problem with you people.

JSBSB V Was also funny as hell!

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