|lolcoolj - 2007-06-07 |
WELL ISN'T THAT TRUE?
|Hummana Hummana Hummana - 2007-06-07 |
The only funny scene in any Kevin Smith movie, ever. So for that it gets four stars. However, it is in a Kevin Smith movie and for that it loses two.
|Hooper_X - 2007-06-07 |
oh hey this seems strangely familiar.
|kingarthur - 2007-06-08 |
Smith's best movie. If we scrub hard enough, we can erase the stink of Jersey Girl, Dogma, and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back...
Dogma was good.
J&SB was...well, it was.
Torture the Artist
This movie was embarrassing and this clip goes on just long enough to show how astonishingly bad every scene other than this one was. Kevin Smith has clocked like ten funny minutes in his last decade of film-making.
|Aernaroth2 - 2007-06-08 |
|Quad9Damage - 2012-11-11 |
Literally the only scene from "Chasing Amy" I still like. The rest of the movie is either Jason Lee's character being all creepy about little girls or Kevin Smith pontificating about his own relationship issues that are completely his fucking fault.
I mean fucking seriously. Smith already wrote the "37 blowjobs" argument in "Clerks," then he went and made this movie, a movie about a guy so insecure over his nice, level-headed girlfriend's sexual experience that he treats her like fucking shit and wants to have a three-way to stroke his ego. Yeah, it's established that Holden is wrong and stupid for blowing the situation out proportion, but since "Chasing Amy" is largely autobiographical, it's safe to assume Kevin Smith was/is that shitty in real life.
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