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Best and worst Kevin Smith movies

  • #2. Chasing Amy (1997)

    - Stacker score: 74.3
    --- IMDb user rating: 7.2
    --- Rotten Tomatoes: 87
    --- Letterboxd: 3.36
    --- Metascore: 71
    - Runtime: 113 min
    - Domestic box office: $12.01 million

    In its own raunchy and un-PC way, Kevin Smith’s third film explores a variety of progressive themes. At the heart of the story is a budding romance between two comic book artists, played respectively by Ben Affleck and Joey Lauren Adams. To call the relationship complicated would be putting it mildly.

  • #1. Clerks (1994)

    - Stacker score: 77.35
    --- IMDb user rating: 7.7
    --- Rotten Tomatoes: 88
    --- Letterboxd: 3.72
    --- Metascore: 70
    - Runtime: 92 min
    - Domestic box office: $3.15 million

    The movie that put Kevin Smith on the map endures as his most signature work. “Clerks” is about two slacker store clerks named Dave and Randal. Presented in black and white, the film dispenses with its own brand of juvenile comedy while swinging from trivial subject matter to life-changing events. The saga will reportedly culminate with a recently announced third installment.

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