Favorite Kevin Smith dvd and why

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  1. Mike Peveler

    Mike Peveler Stunt Coordinator

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    Rules 1 movie only and why it is your favorite.

    Dogma: Matt Damon at Mooby's corperate office. nuff said

    Jay "Is it true that chicks fart when they get blasted in the a##"

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  2. Mike Peveler

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    Sorry Admin move to polls if you must
     
  3. Rob Lutter

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    DVD quality or movie quality?
    If it is a movie: Clerks.
    A DVD: Mallrats: Collector's Edition (The commentary alone makes it worth the price of admission)
    [​IMG]
     
  4. Qui-Gon John

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    Dogma - Many reasons, Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, George Carlin, Chris Rock, Linda Fiorentino, Salma Hayek, Alan Rickman all gave great performances.
     
  5. Morgan Jolley

    Morgan Jolley Lead Actor

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    I would say Clerks for the movie. It was Smith's first movie, and while it shows, the dialogue and many other things show his talent. Its also f'ing hilarious.

    For the DVD, Dogma CE (not sure if its CE or SE). The church lady is hilarious on the menus, plus the movie is great in MANY ways.
     
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    I'm torn. Either J&SB or Dogma. Fully loaded to the max. Nooch.
     
  7. Adam Lenhardt

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    MALLRATS
    AALLRATS
    LLLLRATS
    LLLLRATS
    RRRRRATS
    AAAAAATS
    TTTTTTTS
    SSSSSSSS
    Can you see the hidden picture?[​IMG]
     
  8. Rob Lutter

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    [rant]YOU KNOW WHAT?! THERE IS NO EASTER BUNNY![/rant] [​IMG]
     
  9. Bill Harris

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    Mallrats. Seeing how i was one of 4 people in the theatre opening night and was the only person laughing. Plus , im tired of people slaging it. How can you go wrong with Brodie's speech at the beginning [​IMG].
     
  10. Seth Paxton

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    Movie - Jay and Bob (Mallrats right behind)

    DVD - Dogma (better commentary than J&B, better extras/orginization than Mallrats)

    I have gone through all the J&B extras and they are just a little off the previous work, though solid. The commentary is probably the weakest of all of Smith's films.
     
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    The Mallrats dvd with one of the funniest commentaries ever.

    Who can forget such quotes as

    "Phantoms Ben Affleck",

    "There's Walt Flanagan!",

    "Fargo! That won't make any money.", and my favorite

    "Don't be looking for snow at the Eden Prairie Mall because that's where we are filming Jason Lee's Mallrats!"
     
  12. Brett Hancock

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    Yeah I agree that The Mallrats commentary is absolutely priceless. Everytime I hear that I laugh my ass off.

    Favorite Movie=Clerks

    Favorite DVD=Mallrats
     
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    Dogma, funny yet not totally stupid.
     
  14. Eve T

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    I'm torn between MallRats and Clerks.

    MallRats because:

    "That damn kid is on the escalator again!"

    Stink palm

    Willam and the Sailboat

    and so much more....

    Clerks because:

    I work in sales and I have felt exactly the same way Dante and Randall felt....usually everyday.

    "Cancer merchant!"

    "My love for you is ticking clock Berzerkerrrrrrr"

    "I'm not even supposed to be here today!"

    And so much more.
     
  15. Richard Travale

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    I would have to say Mallrats simply because I'm a sucker for goofy shenanigans(sp?).
     
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    Clerks - The extras are damn solid (though not as good as the commentary from Mallrats) and the movie I just love!
     
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    Movie: Chasing Amy

    DVD: Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, but their all great.
     

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