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He may not be able to direct very well but he can tell a great story.
Com a experiência de um autêntico mineiro, posso dizer que, sem a menor sombra de dúvidas, Kevin Smith é um excelente contador de 'causos'.
A must for fans of the funky filmmaker. You'll laugh, then laugh some more!
If it's Kevin Smith's uncanny knack for witty wordplay and memorable dialogue that made you a fan, odds are you'll find a whole lot to enjoy in this unique film.
Should entertain not only the comic book fanatics but also the casual fan.
Divertido e engraÃ§ado. Prende o espectador atÃ (C) o fim, e apesar de 225 minutos, faz a pessoa querer mais. ObrigatÃÂ³rio!!!
Kevin Smith has such an uncommon gift in the realms of story telling and situational comedy that he can make even a nearly four hour Q and A session seemingly fly by. If your a Smith fan this is comedic gold. Even if your not a fan you may find a lot to like here.
There are a few funny stories, but most of the time spent watching this movie is wasted on watching people applaud and Smith jokingly ask college students to blow him. He's charming, but even after watching him for about four hours, I don't feel like I know him any better than I did before. That said, I will never forget the story about Mewes blowing anything phallic in a rec center.
Kevin Smith for the efew that don't know is famous for his Jersey series and widely known as Silent Bob, takes the podium at colleges around the country and we are treated to stories from his time within the industry, from his involvement in the latest 'Superman' installment to his experiences on set for his own flicks. I can honestly say that, throughout the long running time, not once did I find myself looking at the clock in boredom. As can be seen with such movies as 'Clerks.', 'Dogma', etc., Kevin Smith has a knack for story-telling.
Smith is hilarious and has more than enough to talk about. I have been a fan of his since I seen Clerks during its theatrical run. If you've ever wanted to insight into the mind of Smith, this is the movie for it. He shares stories from the set, explains his views on religion and sexuality, and keeps it consistently entertaining.
As an added bonus, Jason Mewes makes an appearance for one of the sessions, and while he doesn't add much to the conversation, it's cool to see the pair of them together. Smith's interactions with the audience, and a couple hilarious phone calls, make the long running time worth it. All serious fans of Kevin Smith must make a point to watch this at least once.
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