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Director: Kevin Smith     Starring: Brian O'Halloran Jeff Anderson
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Format: Blu-Ray DVD
Sku: 211949250
UPC: 786936789133
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Editor's Note
Chronicling a day in the life of Quick Stop clerk Dante Hicks, CLERKS captures the hilarity of the humdrum even as it raises slackerdom to existential proportions. From behind his counter, Dante desperately tries to exert some power over the crazy customers, his own love life, and his incorrigible friend and fellow clerk Randal--the type who sees nothing wrong in closing the video shop he works in to go rent movies from a better store.

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Video Mfg Name Studio: Buena Vista Home Entertainment
Video Release Date Release Date: 8/29/2010
Video Play Time Running Time: 92 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 1994
Video UPC UPC: 00786936789133
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

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Video Color Spec Video: B&W

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Kevin Smith
Video Cast Info Brian O'Halloran
Video Cast Info Jason Mewes
Video Cast Info Jeff Anderson
Video Cast Info Scott Mosier - Producer
Video Cast Info Kevin Smith - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Kevin Smith - Director
Plot Summary
Made for less than the cost of an SUV, Kevin Smith's first film finds 22-year-old Quick Stop clerk Dante Hicks (Brian O'Halloran) called into work on his precious day off. There he is besieged by customers ranging from the agitated to the insane, not to mention Randal (Jeff Anderson), the clerk from the video store next door whose commitment to service is made clear when he observes, "This job would be great if it wasn't for the f@&%!#* customers." Dante's love life is a shambles, and the situation at the store goes from bad to worse, but he and Randal are never so beleaguered that they can't find time to discuss why the destruction of the Death Star in RETURN OF THE JEDI may have been morally dubious (uninvolved contractors were probably aboard). In fact, it was the clerks' clever dialogue, saturated with pop-culture references, that elevated CLERKS to cult-hit status among Generation-Xers and transformed Kevin Smith from film school dropout to indie auteur. Smith himself plays Silent Bob, while Jason Mewes plays Jay, his drug-dealing other half. Together the duo provide added comic relief, continuity, and wisdom in each of the the director's films.

Professional Reviews

Premiere
"...The funniest movie this side of a Big Gulp..." - Recommended| 06/01/1995 p.116

New York Times
"...A buoyant, bleakly funny comedy....The two main actors are fresh and engaging..." 03/25/1994 p.C10

Entertainment Weekly
"...Refreshing....Smith's wit, verve, and imagination elevate the schematic..." -- Rating: A- 05/19/1995 pp.68-70

Variety
"...The SLACKER generation is alive and well in CLERKS, a randy, irreverent, slice-of-life no-budgeter that's played for laughs and gets them....CLERKS is a grunge movie par excellence..." 01/31/1994

Sight and Sound
"...CLERKS is a circumspect comedy about the mundane and profane....The young cast have a gift with timing....[A] grass-roots catalogue of the weird and wondrous..." 05/01/1995 p.42-3

Chicago Sun-Times
"...Smith shows great invention, a natural feel for human comedy, and a knack for writing weird, sometimes brilliant dialogue..." 11/04/1994 p.23

Uncut
"[A] slacker phenomenon....Still funny." 09/01/2005 p.146

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