I would place this film about third in the Kevin Smith five, Mallrats and Clerks being the best, and Chasing Amy and Dogma being the worst, not that any of them were poor, mind you. Obviously, it's not for everyone, as there is a lot of swearing. But, as for people calling it anti-gay? Lighten up already. Jay and Silent Bob are ignorant buffoons anyway, so what if they're a little prejudiced. Archie Bunker was on TV for 11 years and it was a lot more anti-everyone than this film. Nobody mentions the fact that Chris Rock's character is a raving anti-white, but do you see anyone complaining about that? No, of course not. Do you hear me complaining? No, because I thinks it's frigging funny. People just need to loosen up and enjoy good humour, regardless of who they think it may offend. And if you are truly one of the ones who gets offended by racy comedy, then stick to G-rated films. There aren't enough movies like this out. South Park was the last truly good shocker comedy out there, and that absolutely ruled. I enjoy movies that go straight for the laughs, without worrying about who or what they may offend. Good for you, Silent Bob, good for you.
|8/10||newscott13@ - 400 reviews|
29.8.2001 - age: 26-35
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