Mallrats (Collector's Edition)
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The film, whichever version you choose, is classic Kevin Smith. As a follow-up to "Clerks," it suffers, but if you want to be entertained and want to laugh, this is the right place to come. The story is centered on two slackers, who are both dumped at the same time and come to the mall to cope. Along the way, they run into friends, enemies, crooked security guards, nerdy comic book fans, Stan Lee, and the infamous Jay And Silent Bob. Dick and fart jokes ensue. Not only is it Smith's first "colored" flick, but it is also his first time working under a studio, and his first time working with View Askew regulars Ben Affleck and Jason Lee (who play enemies in this movie). These two findings were pure gold.Read more ›
The quotable lines are countless. The talent found in casting is absolutely outstanding. The dialogue is quirky, thoughtful and biting, etc., etc... It's difficult to attribute the movie's failure to anything other than poor marketing and it not being properly prioritized by Rogue Pictures. But, whatever the cause, Mallrats has found it's cult following in the years following its release. It's too good a movie to have remained unnoticed and unappreciated for too long.
The 10th Anniversary DVD includes an extended version of the movie, as edited by Kevin Smith himself, while pleasuring himself so that he could truly "enjoy" his work (as revealed in the bonus interview). This version is hilarious and it gives you a slightly different feel for the movie, as alternate scenes or settings are used in certain places. It's interesting and just as hilarious as the theatrical version. The bonus DVD also includes a few featurettes, interviews and a feature commentary track with most of the cast.
Great movie, great DVD edition - Highly Recommended!
This movie follows along in the classical steps of such 80's movies such as "Screwballs", "Porky's", and "The Invisible Kid". In fact, one of its best descriptions is that it is a smart "Porky's".
In "Mallrats", Kevin once again revisits the Tri-town area of New Jersey, as every other moive in the View Askewniverse. The two unlikely heroes, Brodie and T.S. Quint (a shameless, yet clever plug for one of Kevin's favorite movie, "Jaws") have both been dumped by their girlfriends. And only in the mall can they find solace and comfort.
Brodie and T.S. run into all sorts of characters, including Jay and Silent Bob. Throughout the whole day, the try to find ways to get their girlfriends back. And in true 80's fashion, the guys get the girls and some breasts are shown. Not too bad for a movie that flopped in the box office.
Witty, intelligent, and hilarious, "Mallrats" has become a cult classic and any person who enjoys Kevin Smith should own a copy, along with his other movies, "Clerks", "Chasing Amy", and "Dogma".
Kevin Smith's follow-up to 1994's "Clerks" was not-so-well-recieved by the critics.
The box-office numbers didn't treat the flick too kindly, either.
See? The stuff cult classics are made of.
The critics were wrong and the movie goers must have been napping in late 1995, because this film is hysterical from start to finish.
Buy this one, folks. You can't go wrong with a Kevin Smith movie. Buy it for the commentary, buy it for the deleted scenes (over one hour's worth), buy it for the witty dialog of Jason Lee, buy it to laugh at Jeremy London's acting skills; but most of all, buy it for the movie itself.
While you're at it, buy "Clerks" and "Chasing Amy," too. And get a copy of "Dogma" (the best of the four) when it's released on DVD on May 2.
Remember: Kevin Smith is the best screenwriter out there, so buy it. You won't be sorry.
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It's like a time capsule. It is a piece of the 90's locked in a crystal casket. From playing the Sega Genesis all night to the hot-off-the-cover-of-Playboy, post-90210 Shannon... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Amanda Bagwell
My FAVORITE Kevin Smith movie ever. Can't wait for Mallrats 2 to come out!Published 1 month ago by Caveman Dan
One of my all time favorite comedies, this Blu Ray remastering of Mallrats is great. I'm a huge fan of Kevin Smith and this is arguably my favorite movie of his. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Witt2687
The start of so many awesome and funny things for years to come, and it all started with this flick. Thank you Kevin SmithPublished 2 months ago by Garth
One of My Alltime Favorite Movies. I saw it at the movies when it was released and at the time would tell everyone how amazing it was. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Shuckey
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We are LONG overdue for a blu-ray version.
I can't wait to see that fat ass fly in HD.
Oct 20, 2009 by Mallrat | See all 2 posts
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I don't own this yet, but I've read on forums that it contains all the features from the 2-Disc 10th Anniversary edition. The only thing it doesn't have that the other set did have is the extended cut of the film.
Jul 5, 2007 by J. Holliday | See all 4 posts
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