CLERKS II (Spoilers)

Awesome movie. Better than the first movie. Best movie in the View Askew universe so far. Randall saying the wrong things is still priceless. Cant wait for it to come to the dvd.
 

Ice

Teh Sexy Monkey Queen
Kevin Smith has said there won't be no "Director's Cut" version or anything like that. They'll have the deleted scenes and what not, but nothing special or whatever.
 

Friday

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Ice said:
Kevin Smith has said there won't be no "Director's Cut" version or anything like that. They'll have the deleted scenes and what not, but nothing special or whatever.
Well, he's said multiple times that he conciders the released version to be his directors cut and that all bits removed were done so for a reason.
 

ultimatedjf

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After my 6th (or so) viewing of the film, it still stands as my second favorite film of the year. Normally the greatness wears off the more times you see it; not so with this movie.


Reccomended.
 

DIrishB

The Timeline Guy
Yeah, this was one of the last pieces I needed to complete my View Askew collection, and I was lucky enough to get it for Christmas. Also got the "Tales From the Clerks" Compendium TPB (collects every single Clerks and Jay & Silent Bob comic story...ever, including a new one). Now all I need are the Clerks Animated Series DVD and Clerks X, and I'm golden.
 

ultimatedjf

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Moony, I don't know if you noticed this when you saw it on a big tv (I didn't until listening to the commentary): all throughout the movie, the colortone/resolution/whatever is sort of a darkened, almost muddy-type look, except for the dance sequence. Starting with the shot of Jay/Silent Bob bobbing their heads in front of the restaurant, they switch to bright, colorful, traditional movie film-look/whatever. Once you know it, it's really cool to see the change. It goes back to its grainy-type look with the shot of Randall's Porch Monkey taped shirt.
 

moonmaster

Without him, all of you would be lost souls roamin
Moony, I don't know if you noticed this when you saw it on a big tv (I didn't until listening to the commentary): all throughout the movie, the colortone/resolution/whatever is sort of a darkened, almost muddy-type look, except for the dance sequence. Starting with the shot of Jay/Silent Bob bobbing their heads in front of the restaurant, they switch to bright, colorful, traditional movie film-look/whatever. Once you know it, it's really cool to see the change. It goes back to its grainy-type look with the shot of Randall's Porch Monkey taped shirt.
I knew that they gave the movie a "gritty" look (I hadn't actually noticed it), because they mentioned it in the commentary during the donkey scene (I watched the entire movie without commentary, except for that scene, because I figured they'd have some hilarious things to say about such a classic scene).

I love the fact that Kevin Smith's favorite shot that he's ever directed is the one where the Donkey ****er spits into his hand.
 

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