By Ryan Parsons | Image property of The Weinstein Company
After receiving a positive early review for Clerks II last week, we have now received another review that also claims Kevin Smith's success with the original Clerks was not a fluke.
Clerks II Positive Review
Clerks II has scored another positive review that couldn't be happier to hear the phrase 'ass-to-mouth' enter into the discussion. The good people over at Empire Online have reported in from Cannes on multiple films including Clerks II. Like the review before, they claim Clerks II is all that Kevin Smith fans have ever hoped for.
Another film that some thought should not have been made is Clerks II by Kevin Smith. After Jersey Girl, some felt that Smith had spunked his mojo, and heading back to Clerksworld could so easily have been a mad dash back to the comfort zone. It’s good to report, then, that Clerks II is what Smith does so well; it’s a tender, scabrous and very, very funny comedy that picks up 12 years after the original. After Randal (Jeff Anderson) accidentally burns down the convenience store, he and Dante (Brian O’Halloran) move on to the Mooby fast food joint. Dante has met a girl he plans to marry, and she’s hoping to whisk him off to Florida to run her family’s car wash business.
Check out the entire review for Clerks 2 over at Empire.