Mallrats

Mallrats

Mallrats

Kevin Smith's follow-up to his 1994 indie hit, Clerks. Both dumped by their girlfriends, two best friends (Jeremy London and Jason Lee) seek refuge in the local mall. The action takes place in a single day (set a day before the events of Clerks).

1995Rating: MA15+94 minsUSA
ComedyFestival & Independent
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The Washington Post

The Washington Post

press

I'm guessing even die-hard "Clerks" fans will find this only-in-America stuff only partially satisfying, like something they gorged on at the Eatery, then wished they hadn't.

Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

press

"Clerks" spoke with the sure, clear voice of an original filmmaker. In "Mallrats" the voice is muffled, and we sense instead advice from the tired, the establishment, the timid and other familiar Hollywood executive types.

Variety

Variety

press

While admittedly ragged and ribald, it's a picture with an innate charm and honesty that should win over audiences.

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

press

I'm guessing even die-hard "Clerks" fans will find this only-in-America stuff only partially satisfying, like something they gorged on at the Eatery, then wished they hadn't.

Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

press

"Clerks" spoke with the sure, clear voice of an original filmmaker. In "Mallrats" the voice is muffled, and we sense instead advice from the tired, the establishment, the timid and other familiar Hollywood executive types.

Variety

Variety

press

While admittedly ragged and ribald, it's a picture with an innate charm and honesty that should win over audiences.

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