• R, 1 hr. 53 min.
  • Comedy, Romance
  • Directed By:
    Kevin Smith
    In Theaters:
    Apr 4, 1997 Wide
    On DVD:
    Jun 1, 2000
  • Miramax Films

Critic Review - Washington Post

Can a script exploring some truly deep questions about human sexuality and emotions be any shoddier and wooden? Will Miramax continue to fund one of the worst directors in the business? Don't stay tuned.

January 22, 2002 Full Review Source: Washington Post | Comments (8)
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Marty McFly

Erik Bajzert

Can a film critic be any more wrong about a movie?

Nov 21 - 06:57 PM

Patrick W.

Patrick Wiley

Yes but not much more. Remember they're mostly cynical assholes who hate most everything and everyone especially themselves. They pander to cynical assholes who hate most everything and everyone, especially themselves. If they didn't shit on great heartfelt films like this their miserable fanbase would drop them like a sack of potatoes and they'd lose the one thing separating realizing the alienating emptiness of their lives, money.

Or at least that's what I figure.

Jul 25 - 11:41 PM

Daniel Villalobos

Daniel Villalobos

?

Jan 18 - 01:49 PM

Marc Ragusa

Marc Ragusa

Dec 5 - 04:15 PM

Jesse Melat

Jesse Melat

Jason Mewes could have written a more erudite and eloquent review than that.

Dec 20 - 08:10 PM

Peter Allen

Peter Allen

EAT MY BALLS U POLE SMOKER!!!!!!

Jan 2 - 03:03 PM

James Macdonald

James Macdonald

My girl made me watch this-and it sucked. It dragged on and on. First Holden can't get with her because she is a lesbian (or SOMETIMES a lesbian?)and then he can't because of stuff she did in high-school...blah, blah. If that was a requisite for not dating a girl, I wouldn't have dated half the girls I did! I felt zero empathy for any of the characters. Joey Lauren Adams whines and screams and cries through most of it-her voice is like nails on a chalk-board. By the end of the film I didn't give two shits whether they got together or not. A couple funny moments, but over-all a boring chick-flick that tries to appeal to everyone-and fails.

Apr 5 - 10:55 AM

Nelson Verdejo

Nelson Verdejo

one of the worst directors? i guess he hasn't seen Clerks, Clerks 2, Zack & Miri or Dogma ... great cult favorites ... and he must have never heard of Uwe Boll if he is citing K. Smith as one of the worst directors.

Apr 22 - 02:59 AM

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