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1001 Movies Club - Clerks. (1994)
#873. Clerks. (1994)
Why It's In The Book: "Shot in black-and-white, the $27,500-budget movie was filmed over 21 days at the QuickStop groceries store where Smith had worked since he was 19, and where he edited the film each night. Anchored by a pair of great central performances, and packed with witty dialogue, the film also introduced the two hilarious characters Smith has used in his subsequent movies Mallrats, Chasing Amy, Dogma and Jay And Silent Bob Strike Back...: Stoner Jay (Jason Mewes) and his aptly named pal Silent Bob (played by Smith himself)." -1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die
Chip Lary - 9/10
"It is laugh out loud funny and shows why Smith has received more notice for his writing than for any other aspect of movie making."
Tim Burrow - 9/10
"Kevin Smith's 1994 debut film, Clerks stands out for it’s freshness and originality. It was written by a (then) complete unknown, starred his also unknown friends, and is one of the most low-budget films ever made. And it blows almost any big-budget film out of the water."
Doug Tilley - 8/10
"A surprising (and, at the time, original) mixture of comedy and frank talk about sexuality influenced a whole generation of (generally lesser) comedies that focused more on talk than gags."
Klaus Ming - 8/10
"As the production that launched Kevin Smith's career as film maker, and as the quiet half of Jay and Silent Bob, Clerks is one of the funniest and most critically acclaimed independent films ever made."
Adolytsi - 7/10
"For a debut film, this does its job quite well, and that job is letting the world know what Smith can do as a filmmaker."
Movie Guy Steve - 7/10
"Quite a bit of the action, particularly the longer dialogue scenes, is disturbingly wooden."
Squish - 6/10
"I tried to judge the subtext behind this movie, and the history that tainted it since then. I tried to hate Clerks as the snob I've become in my adventures through cinema, and I couldn't. It's funny."