Clerks II 2006
Title: Clerks II
Release year: 2006
Country: United States
Genre: Comedy

A calamity at Dante and Randal’s shops sends them looking for new horizons – but they ultimately settle at the fast food empire Mooby’s.

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Rated 4 out of 5
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Rated 4 out of 5

“Clerks II” is a 2006 comedy film written and directed by Kevin Smith, and it serves as a sequel to the 1994 film “Clerks.” The movie revolves around Dante Hicks (Brian O’Halloran) and Randal Graves (Jeff Anderson), who now find themselves working at a fast-food restaurant called Mooby’s after the Quick Stop convenience store burned down.

The film received mixed to positive reviews from critics and fans alike. Here’s a review of “Clerks II”:

“Clerks II” maintains the signature Kevin Smith style of witty dialogue, pop culture references, and irreverent humor that made the original “Clerks” a cult classic. The film is a nostalgic and often raunchy exploration of friendship, growing up, and finding purpose in life.

One of the strengths of “Clerks II” lies in its well-developed characters. Dante and Randal’s chemistry and banter are as enjoyable as ever, and the supporting cast, including Rosario Dawson as the restaurant manager and Trevor Fehrman as a socially awkward coworker, adds depth and humor to the story. The performances are generally solid, with O’Halloran and Anderson reprising their roles with the same charm and charisma.

The film tackles themes such as the fear of change and the struggle to find direction in life. It explores the challenges faced by Dante and Randal as they grapple with their impending adulthood, career choices, and personal relationships. While the comedic aspects of the movie shine through, there are also moments of genuine emotion and reflection that add depth to the narrative.

Visually, “Clerks II” maintains a low-budget indie aesthetic, which fits well with the overall tone and atmosphere of the film. The dialogue-driven nature of the story allows the characters and their interactions to take center stage, with the setting serving as a backdrop rather than a focal point.

One area where the film may divide audiences is its crude humor and explicit content. While it adds to the film’s irreverent style, some viewers may find it excessive or off-putting. However, for those who appreciate Kevin Smith’s brand of humor, these elements contribute to the overall comedic experience.

Overall, “Clerks II” delivers an entertaining sequel that will particularly resonate with fans of the original film. It successfully captures the spirit and humor of the first “Clerks” while providing a fresh setting and new challenges for the characters. While it may not reach the same level of cult status as its predecessor, it stands as a worthy continuation of the story and a fun, nostalgia-filled ride for fans of Kevin Smith’s work.

Note: It’s important to remember that individual opinions may vary, and this review represents one perspective on the film.

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Director: Kevin Smith
Actor: Anthony Marciona,Aurorah Allain,Ben Affleck,Bobbie Bates,Brian O'Halloran,Bruce Macintosh,Bryan Anthony,Byron Stanley,Carey Ysais,Carol Conners,Caroline A. Rice,Cheryl Baxter,Daveione Williams,Desi Jevon,Earthquake,Edward Janda,Ethan Jensen,Ethan Suplee,Gail Stanley,Gordon Hart,Grace Smith,Hannah Feldner-Shaw,Harley Quinn Smith,Jake Richardson,Jason Beitel,Jason Lee,Jason Mewes,Jason Yribar,Jeff Anderson,Jenna Stewart,Jennifer Schwalbach Smith,Jimmy Federico,Joel Manning,Joey Figueroa,Katie Malia,Kelly Cooper,Ken Baldwin,Kenny Wormald,Kevin Michael Richardson,Kevin Smith,Kevin Weisman,Kevin Whitaker,Lalida Sujjavasin,Malcolm Ingram,Marty Kudelka,Michael Higgins,Michelle Elkin,Mike Cecconi,Mike Tsucalas,Misha Gabriel Hamilton,Nancy O'Meara,Rachel Larratt,Rebecca Lin,Reshma Gajjar,Robin Prough,Rosario Dawson,Ryan Thomas,Sarah Ault,Scott Mosier,Shannon Larratt,Shawn Breathwaite,Steven Rau,Susan Carr George,Tracy Phillips,Trevor Fehrman,Walter Flanagan,Wanda Sykes,War Shazar,Zak Knutson