Mallrats Collectors Edition

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Even if this dvd is on the expensive side, just the extras alone are worth the price. They have an additional 20 minutes of the original beginning to Mall Rats. And all the little tidbits and I never noticed which makes total sense when you see the extra footage. The audio comentary and being able to see them talk in a little window when you watch the actual flick makes it that much cooler. BUY THIS NOW!!! It will never collect dust.

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When I first heard about this movie, I thought another film for the scrap-pile, until I heard that Kevin Smith directed it. I had just finished seeing 'Clerks' which was beyond hysterically funny. So, I knew that I loved his honest everyguy-type humor. The plot's not the greatest, but that really doesn't matter. The film is just fun to watch. It has a real juvenile sense of humor, but it comes off as fresh and real. Director Kevin Smith, knows exactly what the youth of today respond to. Jay and Silent Bob will keep you rolling as well, so check it out....

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Is Mallrats worth it?

by The Penny Bandit on 6/26/1999

Mallrats, part of Kevin Smith's New Jersey Trilogy, maybe out of context of Clerks and Chasing Amy, but is worth a watch. It has the same humor of Clerks but with an added slapstick thing to it. Kevin Smith leaves the slapstick in Chasing Amy, but Mallrats is the only movie that has a fortune teller with a third... umm... You have to see yourself. Read More

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Great Movie!

by Brian on 6/29/1999

If you enjoyed Clerks you'll love this movie. Read More

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Product Overview

From Kevin Smith, the acclaimed director of Clerks, comes this outrageous story of two loafers, Jeremy London (The Babysitter) and Jason Lee (Kissing a Fool), who spend way too much time hanging out at the mall. When Brodie (Lee) is dumped by his girlfriend, Shannen Doherty (Heathers, Girls Just Wanna Have Fun), he retreats to the mall with his best friend T.S. (London), whose girlfriend has also left him. Between brooding and visits to the food court, the unmotivated twosome decide to win their girlfriends back with the help of the ultimate delinquents, Silent Bob (Kevin Smith) and Jay (Jason Mewes), whose continuing adventures take the word "nuisance" to a whole new level.


Studio Universal
SKU 40114460
UPC 025192001925
UPC 14 00025192001925
Format DVD
Release Date 1/27/2009
Rating Rating
Black Comedy
Coming Of Age
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Theatrical Release
Editors Note
Note When a couple of well-meaning slackers, T.S. (Jeremy London) and Brodie (Jason Lee), lose their girlfriends, they set about trying to reclaim their pride (and their ladies) in the most obvious of places--the mall. Once there, the pair push the limits of decency and mall etiquette, encountering an array of mall denizens, including Jay and Silent Bob from CLERKS and legendary comic book creator Stan Lee. A surprising number of misadventures ensue, bringing the boys the possibility of regaining their lady loves.
Plot Summary
Summary Director Kevin Smith's sophomore effort is bigger and more farcical than CLERKS, but, at its center, remains the story of two guys who know a lot about STAR WARS and comic books and all-too-little about women. T.S. (Jeremy London) has just been dumped by girlfriend Brandi (Claire Forlani), while Brodie has finally played too many games of Sega hockey for Rene (Shannen Doherty). The boys go to the mall to console themselves around establishments such as Burning Flesh tanning salon, Rug Munchers carpet outlet, and Buy Me Toys, but they can't seem to stay out of trouble. Their misadventures finally come to focus around Brandi's involvement in a DATING GAME-like show being taped in the mall. While trying to win back their respective girlfriends, the duo manage to do quite a bit of damage with the aid of Jay (Jason Mewes) and Silent Bob (Kevin Smith), who have even less to do on a Saturday in suburban New Jersey than T.S. and Brodie. Smith's ability to evoke the settings of his youth is as sharp and unerring as ever, while most of the ensemble delights in chewing the scenery--especially Michael Rooker as Brandi's game-show producer father and Ben Affleck as a slacker-hating thug.
Entertainment Weekly "...[Lee makes] an impressively charming acting debut..." -- Rating: B 11/03/1995 pp.44-5
Variety "...It's a picture with an innate charm and honesty....MALLRATS is effortlessly engaging in its totally unselfconscious manner and humor..." 10/16/1995
Kevin Smith
Claire Forlani
Shannen Doherty
Jason Lee
Jeremy London
Cast & Crew
Ben Affleck - Actor
Jason Lee - Actor
Jeremy London - Actor
Joey Lauren Adams - Actor
Michael Rooker - Actor
Priscilla Barnes - Actor
Shannen Doherty - Actor
Claire Forlani - Actor
David Klein - Cinematography
Kevin Smith - Director
Caldecott Chubb - Executive Producer
Ira Newborne - Musical Score
Kevin Smith - Writer
Technical Info
Original Release Date 1995
Catalog ID 20019
UPC 00025192001925
Number of Discs 1
Running Time 96 minutes
Color Color
Original Language English
Available Subtitles English
Available Audio Tracks English [CC], English, French Dubbed
Aspect Ratio
ReviewSource Box Office Magazine
Review ...a surprisingly clever and hilariously bizarre take on the Gen-X teen experience.... The entire cast has fun with their roles and in turn are fun to watch.
Reviewer Christine James
ReviewRating 0
ReviewSource Washington Post
Review A disjointed but infectious series of comic vignettes, toilet humor, practical jokes, sight gags, even a sort of grunge variation on Keystone Kops slapstick, this slacker white paper about a day in a shopping mall in suburban Jersey definitely pushes the edge of the gross-out envelope... The film does have a surprising sweet spirit, however, and a lot of laughs.
Reviewer Hal Hinson
ReviewRating 0
DVD, Dolby, Dolby Digital (5.1), English, Aspect Ratio 1.85:1
Product Attributes
Video Format DVD
James Berardinelli's ReelViews ...a broad range of effective comedy...

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