History Film / Clerks

18th Jun '16 12:59:59 PM Mdumas43073
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30th May '16 6:53:01 AM WickedIcon
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The ultimate low-budget success story that created the behemoth that is Creator/KevinSmith ([[Website/{{Cracked}} figuratively speaking of course]]).

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The ultimate low-budget success story that created the behemoth that is Creator/KevinSmith ([[Website/{{Cracked}} (both figuratively speaking of course]]).
and [[BigFun literally]] speaking).
28th May '16 1:18:24 PM lorgskyegon
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** Jeff Anderson refused to read it in front of the little girl in real life. A crew member did it off set to get the reaction shots.
2nd May '16 8:52:21 PM diddymuck
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Surprisingly for a film with profanity and vulgar references, it manages to stay quite intelligent and upon release, it was well received by critics such as Creator/RogerEbert and Leonard Maltin. The film's success helped jump start the modern independent film industry (which actually began with ''Film/SexLiesAndVideotape'') (more accurately, Jim Jarmmusch's Stranger than Paradise, 1984 and Spike Lee's ''She's Gotta Have It'', 1986) and turned [[Creator/MiramaxFilms Miramax]] into a major distributor for said independent films, rivaled only by Polygram Filmed Entertainment and Fox Searchlight.

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Surprisingly for a film with profanity and vulgar references, it manages to stay quite intelligent and upon release, it was well received by critics such as Creator/RogerEbert and Leonard Maltin. The film's success helped jump start the modern independent film industry (which actually began with ''Film/SexLiesAndVideotape'') (more accurately, Jim Jarmmusch's Stranger ''Stranger than Paradise, Paradise'', 1984 and Spike Lee's ''She's Gotta Have It'', 1986) and turned [[Creator/MiramaxFilms Miramax]] into a major distributor for said independent films, rivaled only by Polygram Filmed Entertainment and Fox Searchlight.
2nd May '16 8:51:40 PM diddymuck
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Surprisingly for a film with profanity and vulgar references, it manages to stay quite intelligent and upon release, it was well received by critics such as Creator/RogerEbert and Leonard Maltin. The film's success helped jump start the modern independent film industry (which actually began with ''Film/SexLiesAndVideotape'') (more accurately, Spike Lee's ''She's Gotta Have It'', 1986) and turned [[Creator/MiramaxFilms Miramax]] into a major distributor for said independent films, rivaled only by Polygram Filmed Entertainment and Fox Searchlight.

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Surprisingly for a film with profanity and vulgar references, it manages to stay quite intelligent and upon release, it was well received by critics such as Creator/RogerEbert and Leonard Maltin. The film's success helped jump start the modern independent film industry (which actually began with ''Film/SexLiesAndVideotape'') (more accurately, Jim Jarmmusch's Stranger than Paradise, 1984 and Spike Lee's ''She's Gotta Have It'', 1986) and turned [[Creator/MiramaxFilms Miramax]] into a major distributor for said independent films, rivaled only by Polygram Filmed Entertainment and Fox Searchlight.
2nd May '16 8:39:00 PM diddymuck
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Surprisingly for a film with profanity and vulgar references, it manages to stay quite intelligent and upon release, it was well received by critics such as Creator/RogerEbert and Leonard Maltin. The film's success helped jump start the modern independent film industry (which actually began with ''Film/SexLiesAndVideotape'') and turned [[Creator/MiramaxFilms Miramax]] into a major distributor for said independent films, rivaled only by Polygram Filmed Entertainment and Fox Searchlight.

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Surprisingly for a film with profanity and vulgar references, it manages to stay quite intelligent and upon release, it was well received by critics such as Creator/RogerEbert and Leonard Maltin. The film's success helped jump start the modern independent film industry (which actually began with ''Film/SexLiesAndVideotape'') (more accurately, Spike Lee's ''She's Gotta Have It'', 1986) and turned [[Creator/MiramaxFilms Miramax]] into a major distributor for said independent films, rivaled only by Polygram Filmed Entertainment and Fox Searchlight.
23rd Apr '16 1:03:05 PM passivesmoking
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** BittersweetEnding: The cut ending is obviously less downbeat as no main characters die. Dante has pretty much completely fucked up his love life and both he and Randall look like they'll be stuck doing their respective jobs until the day they die, but at least they've patched up their friendship.

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** BittersweetEnding: The cut ending is obviously less downbeat as no main characters die. Dante has pretty much completely fucked up his love life life, that he's [[IgnoredEpiphany learned pretty much nothing from the day's events]] and that both he and Randall look like they'll be stuck doing their respective jobs until the day they die, but at least they've patched up their friendship.
23rd Apr '16 12:56:41 PM passivesmoking
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** BittersweetEnding: The cut ending is obviously less downbeat as no main characters die. Dante has pretty much completely fucked up his love life and both he and Randall look like they'll be stuck doing their respective jobs until the day they die, but at least they've patched up their friendship.
23rd Apr '16 12:51:49 PM passivesmoking
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** Dante too, according to Veronica, who thinks he's got a lot of potential that's going to waste in the Quick Stop and makes an attempt to consider re-enrolling in higher education.

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** Dante too, according to Veronica, who Veronica; she thinks he's got a lot of potential that's going to waste in the Quick Stop and makes an attempt to consider push Dante into considering re-enrolling in higher education.
23rd Apr '16 12:50:56 PM passivesmoking
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** Dante too, according to Veronica, who thinks he's got a lot of potential that's going to waste in the Quick Stop and makes an attempt to consider re-enrolling in higher education.
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