These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
YMMV: Chasing Amy
Anvilicious: A fight breaking out in a hockey game at the exact second Alyssa confirms that she's had a very promiscuous straight past. This is why Kevin Smith says he's best with dialogue.
Crosses the Line Twice: Hooper's deconstruction of the Star Wars saga as being covertly racist, countered by Banky, culminates with:
Hooper: And Jedi's the most insulting installment. Because Vader's beautiful black visage is sullied when he pulls off his mask to reveal a feeble, crusty, old white man! They tryin' to tell us that deep inside we all wants to be white!
Banky: Well, isn't that true?
[an enraged Hooper pulls out a gun, and shoots Banky repeatedly in a crowded auditorium]
Hooper: Black rage! BLACK RAGE!!!!
Fridge Logic: Didn't Holden, before he found out Alyssa was gay, wonder what she'd been doing on a panel for minority comic creators?
Perhaps he thought it was because she was a woman - even today, though better than it was, women are very much in the minority in the comics field.
Hilarious in Hindsight: In a notable discussion of the film, Hooper theorizes that Archie and Jughead are gay lovers. In 2011, Archie Comics depicted a same-sex wedding with Kevin Keller, the series' first and (to date, only) major character who is openly gay.
Banky and Holden. SO MUCH. It's text, not subtext, that the reason Banky dislikes Alyssa so much is because he's in love with Holden and doesn't realize it. Not only that, but Holden points all this stuff out.
Misaimed Fandom: The character who believed that a lesbian could be "converted" by the right man. Said character is also shown to be an idiot.
Misaimed Marketing: Arguable. "Guy meets bisexual-identifying-as-lesbian girl, guy loses girl because of his hangups" doesn't sell as well as "Ben Affleck meets lesbian, Ben Affleck falls for lesbian, lesbian... falls for Ben Affleck."
One-Scene Wonder: Jay and Silent Bob show up eighty minutes into the movie, say their piece and leave. Their scene not only features Silent Bob's The One That Got Away speech which kicks off the final act of the movie but also has some of the funniest dialog in the movie.